Las Vegas Hilton Opens Classic Suites to Guests


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For years, The Classic Suites Collection at the Las Vegas Hilton was reserved exclusively for celebrities, high rollers and VIPs. Now, it's your turn. For the first time, the suites have become available to guests. We got an inside look at these luxury suites back in the spring, and here are some finer details.

The 46 distinctive suites offer a variety of design options, incluing premier accommodations such as the three palatial Sky Villas— which range from 12,000 to 15,400 square feet. Park Avenue Suites mirror New York City apartment living with granite counters, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, abstract art and recessed lighting as the Napa Suites feature hardwood, marble, and tile accents that re-create California wine country.

The Classic Suites Collection also includes nine classically-themed suites, including:

*    The Hollywood Suite: The luxurious two-bedroom Hollywood Suite decorated in classic black and white tones is accented with dark granite counter and tabletops. The highlight is the master bedroom, with a raised, king-sized bed fronting a view of the Strip.
*    The Santa Fe Suite: A home away from home, the Santa Fe Suite brings the ranch lifestyle indoors through Southwestern art, memorabilia, and leather furnishings. The Santa Fe features a master suite, with a comfy king-sized bed, a Jacuzzis and 3,100 square feet of down-home hospitality.
*    The Gold Coast Suite:  Carefully carved dark-wood doors highlight the Gold Coast Suite, opening to reveal a vast 2,200-square foot living area decorated with art and artifacts reminiscent of Africa.  
*    The Bahama Suite: Raised ceilings and wicker lounge chairs in the Bahama Suite provide the relaxed, airy feel of an inviting ocean-side cabana.  Prepare cocktails in the well-stocked butler's kitchen and be transported to a tropical paradise.

Other themed suites include the relaxing Desert Suite, the stately Regal Suite, the European-style Renaissance Suite, the sophisticated Country Club Suite, and the contemporary-style Metropolitan Suite


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