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ARIA Sky Suites’ Sky Villa is a two-story, three-bedroom oasis of privacy with exclusive porte-cochere entry and a private elevator.

ARIA Sky Suites’ Sky Villa is a two-story, three-bedroom oasis of privacy with exclusive porte-cochere entry and a private elevator.


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High rollers and high-end travelers are no strangers to the Las Vegas Strip, so when they come to town it takes something truly spectacular to drop their jaws. We have put together a sampling of just some of the city’s most impressive suites, which we trust will leave even the most seasoned Vegas veteran speechless.

Perched on the 21st floor of the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is the Emperor Suite. The largest one-bedroom space in the hotel, the suite is well suited for parties, private dinners and whatever your A-lister has in mind. The space has an open kitchen, sitting room, bar and dining room, along with a private screening room that can seat eight people.

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There’s also a private in-suite fitness area with a Technogym Kinesis Wall and exercise bike. Note: If guests need extra space the suite has a connecting bedroom. The suite is decked out in the latest 21st-century gear, such as Bang & Olufsen TVs and audio systems. There is also an interactive entertainment system that can integrate guests’ personal iPods or MP3 players. There are even TVs in the bathroom.

For reservations or questions, reach out to Director of Sales and Marketing Randolph Wilcott ([email protected], 702-590-3021).

Travelers who crave the utmost in discretion and luxury will love the Sky Villa at ARIA Resort & Casino. This two-story, three-bedroom oasis spans 6,490 square feet, with nine rooms, five of which are bathrooms. The exclusive porte-cochere entry can be accessed by limousine only. There is also a private elevator and in-villa check-in. These perks have attracted the likes of high roller poker pro Phil Ivey and actress Eva Longoria Parker.

Suite amenities include 65-inch plasma and 42-inch LCD HD TVs, Philips TVs in bathrooms, Viking range microwave, and Hermes toiletries. Nice Touch: The team at the Sky Villa can accommodate over-the-top requests such as storing wardrobe and personal items for frequent travelers, and having them arranged prior to arrival. Contact Belissa Ruggero ([email protected]), Aria’s Sky Suites manager, for A-list treatment for your clients.

The Lanai Suite at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a lavish, two-story affair. The first floor comprises an expertly styled living room with designer furniture, a kitchen-like galley with mini-bar and microwave, and an ultramodern dining space. Tech Touch: The suite has 52-inch flat-screen TVs, a state-of-the-art connectivity panel, and surround sound throughout. A sliding glass door opens to the suite’s private terrace, which has a deluxe Jacuzzi, and a gated terrace allows direct access to the Bamboo Pool.

A staircase leads from the living room and kitchen to the upper floor’s open master bedroom. This room comes with views through floor-to-ceiling windows, a queen-size bed and a projection TV screen that drops down from the ceiling. Get in touch with Director of Leisure Sales Erin Naeve ([email protected], 702-698-7086) with questions.

The Palazzo boasts of luxury in the details, right from the entryway to the space, as with a master bedroom pictured here.

The Palazzo boasts of luxury in the details, right from the entryway to the space, as with a master bedroom pictured here.


Among the newest digs at Bellagio are the three 2,500-square-foot Executive Parlor Suites. Each one is equipped with a billiards lounge and separate high-tech home theater living area.

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If that’s not big enough—or decadent enough—for your more affluent clients, you can upgrade them to the 3,001-square-foot Grand Lakeview Suite, which includes a separate dining area for four; or the 4,075-square-foot Presidential Suite or Chairman Suite, both of which have a dining room seating eight, outdoor solarium, and fireplaces in the master and guest bedrooms. Agents should direct their queries to Executive Director of Leisure Sales Jennifer Parnell ([email protected], 702-693-7952).

Named after Japanese sake drums, the Sake Suite at the 10-month-old Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace ranges from 1,300 to 1,950 square feet and includes a separate media room, billiard table and a minibar curated by Chef Nobu himself. Nobu’s signature hot tea is served in-room upon arrival. Exclusive amenities include private pool entry, priority seating at Nobu restaurant, complimentary VIP access to Qua Baths & Spa and Pure Nightclub at Caesars Palace. Reach out to D’Anna Malbrough ([email protected], 702-946-7608), senior manager, partner marketing, Caesars Entertainment.

A bit further down the Strip, The Palazzo offers the Chairman Suite. The luxury of this 8,000-square-foot suite is in the details, beginning with the floor, which is made up of black Java stone and is inset with semi-precious stones (think mother of pearl, lapis, mahogany and malachite). Beyond that, the space has 10 rooms, including four-and-a-half bathrooms. Such stylish digs have brought in top residents, including Kim Cattrall and other red carpet veterans.

The suite also has a private terrace with a plunge pool, Jacuzzi, lawn area, lounge chairs and an outdoor rainfall shower with a view of the pools at The Palazzo. Other amenities include plasma TVs, Bose stereo systems, Bulgari amenities, and a media room with a karaoke machine. For questions, reach out to Executive Director of Luxury Services Joseph Wagner ([email protected], 702-414-1138).

Suitable for special family occasions, bridal parties or even over-the-top guy or girlfriend getaways, the ultimate accommodation at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas is the two-story, 5,829-square foot, three-master-bedroom duplex. Each bedroom has a pop-up high-definition TV, touch-screen curtains, and lighting and privacy controls, while each bathroom has a steam shower, whirlpool deep-soak tub, dual sinks, separate water closet and bidet. The billiard room is enhanced with a flat-screen high-definition LCD TV. Guests can also enjoy a workout or massage in the privacy of their duplex.

Reach out to Brian Gullbrants ([email protected], 702-770-4301), vice president and general manager, with any queries.

Off The Strip

The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino has an all-suite tower, with 700-square-foot city- or pool-view suites. Guests who have stayed at Hard Rock include Ben Affleck, Brad Pitt, Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Lopez and Mark Wahlberg. Suites with names such as Nirvana, Stones, and Sex & Pistols should appeal to your client’s inner rock star.

The best views can be seen from above the seventh floor. From the city side of the tower, guests can watch airplanes land at McCarran International Airport and the lights on the south side of the Las Vegas Strip. Guests can also opt for poolside views along the north and central portions of the Strip. Best of all: All penthouses (or Ultra Lounges, as they are called) on the top floor and the nearby spa villas come with 24-hour butler service.

Direct any questions to Katja Spitz ([email protected], 702-693-4076), travel industry sales manager.