Las Vegas has always been one of the top vacation spots for the rich and famous. So for those who’ve got money to burn, there are a few places in Vegas that aren’t to be missed. One of the most extravagant guest rooms in town is the Hardwood Suite at the Palms. This luxury suite offers a basketball court complete with scoreboard, locker room, and even its own private cheerleaders. The Hardwood Suite includes a wet bar and a pool table, for a quick game with the cheerleaders, for $25,000 per night. For those who can afford it, this suite is a slam dunk.
After working up an appetite on the court in the Hardwood Suite, put on some evening attire and head over to the MGM Grand for a beyond extravagant dinner at Joel Robuchon. For $360 a person, this world famous French restaurant offers a 16-course meal that takes over 4-hours to eat. This meal is often called the most expensive meal in America. However, anyone whose tried it, will say that it’s worth every penny.
For $40,000 a night, the ultimate Las Vegas hotel room awaits in the two-story Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms. The 9,000 square foot suite offers a Jacuzzi that stretches out over the strip with spectacular views. When it comes to scenery the 180-Degree Suite at the Four Seasons takes the cake with a full view of the strip from every room in the suite. Or stay in one of the villas in the Mansion at MGM Grand. These villas are a relaxing retreat secluded from the rest of the strip.
Although some of these options may seem completely out-of-reach, remember, almost anything in Las Vegas is available for free, for those that spend enough money on the casino floor.