Six Las Vegas Suites we are dying to stay in!

This post was written by the lovely Tanya from iReview Global! We all love a little bit of luxury (hey, don’t lie!), and this post will be right down your street if you’re looking for a little extra something-something on your next trip to Vegas. I stayed at the Bellagio myself on my last visit, and absolutely loved the hotel. There’s an abundance of options for people heading to Las Vegas, whether you are looking to save a little or to spend a little. I’m always an advocate for a little extra comfort and luxury where possible, and I’m so happy to be able to give you guys a little overview of the crème de la crop of Las Vegas suites here.

Las Vegas suites to stay in

Luxury options in Vegas are right at your fingertips, but we have done our research to bring you the crème de la crème when it comes to luxury stays during your visit to Las Vegas. These top 6 hotels offer everything you could possibly need and want… and then some more of what you want. These luxury stays are directly on the strip with endless  possibilities just outside your door OR you may just decide never to leave the room!

 

Aria Sky Suites @ Aria Resort

The Aria Sky Suites are perched at the top of Aria Resort, right in the centre of The Strip. They come with a personalised concierge and VIP access to the city offerings. Exclusive to these suites is the Sky pool, just for Sky Suite guests, with all the perks of personalised service at an exceptional level. The Sky Villas are the top of the line collection, situated over 2 levels with a grand curved staircase and amazing strip views where you can watch the action on the strip from your floor to ceiling windows day and night.

Aria Villa


Private Villa @ Bellagio

The very grand Bellagio Private Villas have loads of space to spread yourself out. The 2 bed / 5 bathroom or 3 bed / 7 bathroom villas, each come with their own butler. Each villa also boasts it’s own swimming pool, fitness room, massage room, private hair salon, private kitchen, formal dining and dual fireplace. But before you rush out to try to book one of these villas, you should know they are only available to “Qualified Guests”.

Bellagio

For a full review on the Bellagio hotel, check this out.


 

Hotel 32 @ Monte Carlo

Hotel 32 is located on the 32nd floor of the Monte Carlo hotel, where you will find endless luxuries and great views. Every aspect of your stay is looked after to the finest details with a custom stocked fridge per your requests and your own personal suite assistant that will be at your beck and call (a little bit like a genie in a bottle). Hotel 32 offers a choice of Studio, Suite, Loft and Penthouse rooms, and they even have a private gaming area if you want to try your luck!

Hotel 32


Penthouse Suite @ Delano

This all suite boutique style hotel aims to bring class and elegance to a different level. The Penthouse Suite is a grand oasis with custom designed furniture and soft grey tones to bring you subtle luxuries without the fuss. It features massive amounts of space, floor to ceiling windows with views all around, a wet bar and dual closet. The bathroom is a sanctuary with marble and granite surfaces and a his and hers bathroom vanity.

DLVPenthouseLivingRoom

For a full review on the Delano hotel, visit here.


 

Nobu Hotel @ Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace Las Vegas was made popular by the movie The Hangover and it doesn’t fail to deliver in the luxury department. The new Nobu Hotel is part of the Caesars Palace complex and the Nobu Villa is the largest, boasting 3 bedrooms, it is also the only rooftop villa. The decor is Japanese elegance and the villa even includes a private Zen garden with a whirlpool. The deck offers amazing strip views, a fire and water feature and a barbecue pit. Of course a limousine roundtrip to the airport is all included the tariff.

Photo courtesy of Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace

Photo courtesy of Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace


 

Fairway Villa @ Wynn

The Wynn Las Vegas Resort, at the southern end of the strip, plays host to the luxuriously elegant, Fairway Villa. This spectacular retreat offers spacious living, and views overlooking their golf course from the private verandah. There is also a private massage room and the marble bathroom even has an infinity edge bathtub. During your stay here, you are offered VIP treatment with preferred access into shows and expedited entry in nightclubs.

Wynn Villa

Photo courtesy of Barbara Kraft

 

Image Credit: From Hotel respective websites unless otherwise stated


Tanya - iReview Global

I’m sure you’d like to get to know Tanya a little better. Her passions are luxury travel and small business, and she writes about luxury hotels over at iReview Global. She has been in business since 2001, and has been putting travel into words for 2 years now. Having graduated from the University of Wollongong (Sydney, Australia) with a degree in Commerce, she has gone on to complete a Diploma in Event Management and also created the new ELLOX rating review guide to assist in my pursuit of fair peer reviews of Luxury Hotels. Now that’s pretty impressive! You can join Tanya on Instagram and Facebook!


 

Now I would like to know; what did you think of this post? Which of these suites would you want to stay in first? I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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  • These are all gorgeous! I’ve never been to Las Vegas, but I keep telling myself that when I do go that I’ll spend the weekend pampering myself and these look right up my alley!

    XO, Rachel
    http://www.seashellsandsparkles.com

    • I’ve only been once, and I would love to go back to stay at either of these! 🙂

  • Just need to win the lottery now! Can’t imagine what these cost haha. I’ve never been to Vegas but it’s definitely on my list!

    • Haha, I know that feeling, Becky! Vegas is so much fun, you’ll love it! 🙂 Do you gamble at all?

      • Not really – I’ll do a little bit of the slot machines but that’s mostly it. I really want to see some of the great shows out there though!

        • I’m exactly the same – I don’t understand why people enjoy the risk of losing money! I’ll gladly sit on a slot machine for a little while though 🙂

          The shows in Vegas were insane, I strongly recommend Absinthe and Chippendales (duh) 🙂

  • kenza dwn

    Omgg the one in the Belaggio looks soooo awesome ! I’d love to try it one day. I stayed at the Venician when I was in Vegas and it was so great 🙂
    Thank you for sharing !

    Kenza from http://travelwithkenza.blogspot.com/

    • I know, me too! Aah, I absolutely LOVED the Venetian! I only went shopping there, but I can only imagine the rooms! Were they stunning? I’d love to hear about your experience there, Kenza 🙂

  • Jup, wouldn’t mind staying here at all. Love the first one!