What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, and how much you spend on a hotel room can also stay in Vegas if need be. Some hotel condos are the perfect accommodation for a last spring break vacation, a pre-planned bachelorette party with all of your favorite girls or with your significant other for a luxurious expense without the kids around. Impressively, there are even hotel rooms that are only for million-dollar poker players.

Regardless of the reason for your recent travels, most of the accommodations will give you the most stunning view of Las Vegas Boulevard, incredible billboards that light up the skies, while others will lead you directly to the beach. Though most hotels and condos will provide you with their own restaurant, buffets and specific cuisines can also be found steps outside of the hotel.


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For $100,000 Per Night, The Empathy Suite Can Be Yours

Get ready to break out your checkbooks when you’re heading to the Palms Casino Resort’s Empathy Suite, designed by Damien Hirst, in Las Vegas, Nevada. This stunning experience is considered the most expensive suite in the United States and costs vacationers staying here a whopping $100, 000 per night for a minimum of two nights and is only available for their million-dollar poker players.

This once in a lifetime adventure totals nine thousand square feet and is structured with two stories that also include an infinity Jacuzzi that overlooks Las Vegas Boulevard, a relaxation salt room and round the clock butler service. Located inside, the designer also installed an overhead cabinet that is stocked to the brim with diamonds.

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Views Of The Strip On The 50th Floor

Overlooking the Las Vegas Strip lies the Palms Place Tower. Head up to the 50th floor and you’ll be welcomed to a one-bedroom and one bathroom condo with a stunningly large balcony. Though this condo is located in the luxurious Palm Place Hotel and Spa, the actual casino and restaurants are just a few steps away. In addition to the lucky gambling tables next door, you’ll also be treated to a variety of restaurants that include an extensive list of steakhouses, buffets, Asian cuisines, and a pool house restaurant.

However, it’s completely understandable if all you want to do is soak up in the Palms Place Pool that’s located on the 6th floor. This calming mixed contemporary spa-inspired pool is also equipped with waterfalls, a Jacuzzi, a stone garden and a fireplace, and each corner is seasonally decorated with tropical flowers to complete this zen moment.

The Mirage's Villas Are An Expense Worth Splurging On

Imagine being able to rent the condo that inspired Fifty Shades of Grey - the passion and the business, all found in one hotel. The Nobu Villa located in the Nobu Hotel may not be from the iconic movie but it sure looks like it! Designed with modern wood walls and ceramic flooring, this 10,500 square foot condo has also been rented by Jennifer Lopez, Justine Bieber, and Miley Cyrus for each night running a total of $35,000 per night.

The massive master bedroom opens to its’ own private deck decorated with a Japanese maple tree, a private sauna with a massage room ensuite, an additional balcony with your own private bar, and a variety of dining tables of cuisines including a sushi bar.

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Affordable Airbnb's For That Last Minute Girls Trip

Rent out this two bedroom and two bathroom Airbnb apartment with your squad of six for a last-minute girls trip or pre-arranged bachelorette party for an easy $144 per night. There is a private double door entrance with a minibar as you enter, but if you’re looking for a night out, an Uber ride will cost you a whopping $6.

Needing to recover in the morning? This apartment also comes with unlimited WiFi and Netflix so you can roll out of bed at your own pace. The living room is complete with upscale modern furniture, a Roku TV, a wet bar and floor to ceiling windows that overlook the Vegas strip.

Keep It Simple At The MGM Grand

Keeping it on the simple and inexpensive side of things, the MGM Grand offers a variety of rooms in a wide range of prices. The West Wing King can accommodate two guests in their luxurious king-sized bed for a minimum of two nights. This room starts at $89 per night, which allows you to spend more since you’ll be steps away from the Las Vegas Strip and Haksasan Nightclub.

When you book with the MGM Grand, you’ll get discount offers for a variety of shows like KA by Cirque du Soleil, The Hunger Games exhibition, the 2020 Billboard Music Awards and so much more.

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