Two Story Sky Villa, the Palms Casino Resort
What used to be known as the Hugh Hefner Villa, this $35,000 a night palace has kept the same Playboy feel. Sitting at the top of the Palms Casino Resort, it would be near impossible to have this bad boy and not end up with a legendary group of people ending up here by the end of the night. The 9,000 square foot mansion includes 24 hour butler service, a private glass elevator, and an indoor infinity pool that hangs off the edge of the penthouse and is overlooking the Strip. Stripping down is exactly what you and any girls you bring to this room will be doing in that pool. Oh, it also includes a massage room, sauna, and fitness room. Also, no Playboy inspired room is complete without a rotating bed under a ceiling mirror.
The Bellagio is known for being fancy, and the Villas here are right on par with that. Coming in at around $8,000 a night, the 8,000 square foot three bedroom estates come with just about everything you can dream up. You get dropped off by a limo at your own private entrance, crush some welcome fruit and candy and start slamming your favorite drinks. Including his and her bathrooms, formal dining room, hair salon, a massage room and dry sauna, and of course a bar. Make sure to give your private butler a high five as you head to your courtyard garden with your own pool and fireplace. Relaxation at it’s finest at the Bellagio Villas
Bungalows, the Cosmopolitan
The Cosmo is known for being a chic party place, and these Bungalows are right up that avenue. These three floor VIP ready bungalows overlook the Marquee Dayclub Pool. That means you get direct pool access from the first floor, and get to rage all day without ever having to wait in line. This means no need to order a day bed or cabana, because you basically have a three story one. Forget bottle service, that is what your butler is helping you out for, mixing drinks and getting you toasted. This is a perfect way to rope some people from the pool party into your room for a bit, and you can have your own party in your bungalow. The downstairs has a bar, couches, and media room and on the third level sits a jacuzzi plunge pool to bring your newly found smokeshows for a little private action. This ultimate party machine comes in around $6,000-$7,000 a night, but is totally worth it if you like being able to party all day and invite people into your own VIP area right off the pool floor.
Real World Suite, the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Made famous by the MTV show the Real World, who spent a season at this custom built suite in Sin City, it has been kept intact for a price tag of around $10,000 a night. The 4,200 square foot three bedroom and six person hot tub party palace is ripe for the picking for party animals. With an insane layout including a full bar, pool table, bowling alley and awesome graffiti art, it will be no trouble throwing a party here. If that doesn’t make you new friends, all you need to say is that you’re staying at the Real World Suite, and people will flock.
Sky Villas, Aria
The Aria is a newer spot in Vegas, and the modern and tech-savvy Sky Villas show this off perfectly. You can choose up to a 7,000 square foot, two story chic design that includes a spiral wood and metal staircase with floor to ceiling views, a 12 person formal dining room. Your 24 hour butler is on hand to give you and your friends exactly what you need. Everything here is remote controlled, and the billiard, massage, and steam rooms make sure this place has something for everyone. Don’t forget to take a late night rainforest misting shower that you have with that sex pot you grabbed from the club a bit earlier. Throw in a free limo ride to and from the airport, and the Sky Villas have everything you need in a vacation. Just think, it will only cost you around $5,000-$7,000!