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Along with exciting nightlife, it’s the twinkling lights of the Las Vegas skyline that people travel from all over the world to see. These incredible Las Vegas suites with amazing views will provide the best vantage point for taking in the city, and taking that perfect selfie with the glow of the Vegas strip in the background. Of course, they also come with some undeniably incredible amenities.

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las vegas suites with amazing views

ARIA, Sky Villa Suite

ARIA Resort & Casino

The upscale ARIA Resort & Casino features the Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five Diamond Sky Suites, promoted as a luxurious “hotel-within-a-hotel” with expansive floor-to-ceiling views of the Strip. The Sky Suites are popular with guests wanting posh accommodation with privacy features, such as an exclusive private porte cochere (covered car entry)—accessible by limousine only—private check-in lounge, private direct access to suites without entering casino or other public spaces, private elevators with 24-hour security, private guest entrance to the ARIA Sky Pool, and private lounge on the 58th floor, complete with complimentary food and beverage.

Don’t think it could get any more exclusive or lavish? Enter eighteen Sky Villas Suites located within the Sky Suites. For $7,500 a night, guests can stay in one of the four three-bedroom, 6,400-square-foot Sky Villa Suites, which include four bathrooms, a great room, massage room, fitness room, billiard room with game table, fully equipped wet bar area, private salon, loft and kitchen, not to mention 24-hour butler service. The Sky Villa Suites have been enjoyed by movie and television stars, professional athletes, royalty and other celebrities. Could you be next on the A-list?

las vegas suites with amazing views

Delano Las Vegas, Penthouse Superior Suite

Delano Las Vegas

Unlike most Vegas resorts, the Delano Las Vegas is a non-smoking, non-gaming, all-suite hotel offering a chic getaway on the Las Vegas Strip. With the original property located in Miami, the Delano Las Vegas brings a bit of South Beach flair to Sin City with a clean color palette of whites and neutrals with opulent gold accents and signature scents of Green Tea Lemongrass (day) and Black Tea Fig (night).

For the ultimate indulgence, the Penthouse Superior Suites offer standout services, expansive views of the Strip and mountains, and plush amenities. Starting at $700 nightly, guests can stay in one of the 1,642-square-foot luxury suites located on floors 60 to 62. The suites include one bedroom, dining area that seats eight, living room, wet bar, desk space, separate bar area for entertaining and 1.5 bathrooms. Fun fact: Each penthouse suite includes a custom ice bucket that’s a replica of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s lucky hat box.

For those looking to party, days can be spent soaking up the sun and sipping cocktails at the Delano Beach Club, which offer guests of Delano Las Vegas a dedicated, exclusive pool experience steps from the sand and surf of Mandalay Bay Beach. Meanwhile, nights can be spent dancing the night away to the hottest DJ mixes at the Skyfall Lounge with 180-views of the city (even in the bathrooms!).

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las vegas suites with amazing views

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, Presidential Strip-View Suite

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas offers a non-gaming, non-night club sanctuary for guests wanting a sense of sophistication among the noise, lights and action, while still providing access to the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino’s gaming and party options. The luxe Art Deco style of the Four Seasons also features sleek, contemporary design elements that reflect the glamor of Las Vegas. Guests can indulge in treatments at the newly renovated spa, dine at the Veranda or Charlie Palmer Steak, or lounge at the seasonal private pool (with attendants offering a complimentary Evian spritz).

For the ultimate retreat, guests can stay in one of the five 2,225-square-foot Presidential Strip-View Suites starting at $3,000 per night. Each suite has one bedroom, but can be expanded to two or three bedrooms. For that sum, expect an expanded living room, separate dining room that seats eight, a sitting room, bedroom and a large kitchen pantry with butler entrance. The suites include round-trip SUV transfer to/from the airport, in-suite check in, complimentary unpacking and pressing, daily breakfast for two either in room or at Veranda restaurant, plus waived resort fees.

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The Palms, Sky Villa

The Palms

The elegant and stylish three-tower Palms Casino & Resort is an iconic landmark in Las Vegas with 703 rooms and suites, a 94,840-square-foot casino, recording studio, Michelin-starred restaurant Alize, Ghostbar Club, and a 2,500-seat concert theater. Built by the Maloof family, the 2001 opening drew celebrities such as Dennis Rodman, Pamela Anderson, Paris Hilton and Samuel L. Jackson.

The resort is known worldwide for its luxury themed suites, over-the-top villas and penthouses. Among them are the Real World Suite (where MTV’s 2002 Real World was filmed); the Crib Suite with DJ booth, saltwater fish tank, and a hydraulic bed; the Hardwood Suite with indoor basketball court, professional locker room and NBA-sized fold out beds; and Kingpin Suite with two regulation-sized bowling lanes. The suites have been seen on TV as the set for E! Total Divas, Real Housewives of Miami, WAGS on E! and other programs.

The most impressive suite at the Palms, however, is the two-story 9,000-square-foot Sky Villa that goes for $40,000 a night, making it one of the most expensive hotel suites in the world. The luxury apartment includes a master bedroom with round rotating bed and ceiling mirrors, a personal glass elevator, a glass-enclosed cantilevered pool that extends out past the balcony with views of the Las Vegas skyline, private terraces, massage room, fitness room, dry sauna, media room and 24-hour butler service.


MGM Grand

Located on the Strip, the MGM Grand is the largest single hotel in the United States with four 30-story towers boasting 5,044 guest rooms. The resort is home to the exclusive Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five Diamond bi-level SKYLOFTS located on the 29th floor with 24-foot floor-to-ceiling windows providing panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline.

For guests wanting a spacious luxury suite, there are four 6,000-square-foot, three-bedroom lofts that feature a living room, dining room, piano bar, game room, media room, two master bedrooms, guest bedroom, 3.5 bathrooms and upstairs grand foyer for $750 to $10,000 per night.

All Lofts feature Bulgari Bath Amenities, Fili D’Oro Italian Linens, Crestron environment control units, Bang & Olufson sound systems with Bluetooth capability, infinity bath tubs, steam showers, heated towel racks and Rolls Royce Ghost house cars for airport transfers, complimentary luggage unpacking/packing services and 24-hour butler and concierge services at “your beck and call,” which means a 3am burger and fries could appear at the push of a button.

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