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Suites up and down the Las Vegas Strip are offering top-flight amenities with unique and unforgettable design touches.

The Lanai Suite at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, by the Bamboo Pool, is the new hotel’s most notable guest room. The first floor of the Lanai Suite comprises an expertly styled living room with designer furniture, a kitchen-like galley with minibar 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. Note: 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.

 

Aria Sky Villa
A Two-Story Aria Sky Villa functions as a private estate and has panoramic Las Vegas views.

A staircase leads from the living room and kitchen to the upper floor’s open master bedroom. This room comes with views through two-story windows, a plush, queen-size bed and a projection TV screen that drops down from the suite’s ceiling.

Luxury travel advisors can contact Director of Leisure Sales Erin Naeve ([email protected]; 702-698-7086) with questions.

Longing for the ambiance of the Mediterranean? The Villas at The Mansion at MGM Grand comprise eight Garden Villas and 21 Atrium Villas, individually designed in Mediterranean style. Nice Touch: Color schemes, finishes, furniture and tiles are unique to each villa. The villas have some great features: balconies or verandahs overlooking the Atrium gardens; a media room with state-of-the-art equipment; an indoor pool; a private garden; a massage and exercise room; a steam and sauna shower with separate soaking tub; water-heated bathroom floor; a pantry area with separate butler entrance; a private dining room with seating for up to 12 guests; a study; a bar; a piano parlor; and—last but not least—a fireplace.

 

Mgm Grand Hollywood
An Mgm Grand Hollywood suite offers guests two separate entrances—one off the bedroom and one off the living room.

The villas’ architectural design includes soaring stained glass windows, colonnades, vaulted ceilings, hand-painted beam ceilings and hand-forged iron gates. Design Detail: More than 250 Moroccan-inspired custom-designed ceramic tiles are arranged into patterns throughout the villas’ terra cotta flooring. Furniture and décor are a combination of antiques and custom furniture design with fabric and trims from all over the world.

We say The Mansion’s villas are perfect for VIPs. The hotel features security worthy to house heads of state (the MGM Grand works alongside the U.S. Secret Service or a guest’s private security team).

The three-bedroom Sky Suites and two-bedroom Penthouse Suite are fine choices at ARIA, another MGM-owned property. Hi-tech amenities include Control 4 remotes, which allow guests to control lighting, temperature, entertainment and sound throughout the suite from one central device.

 

Lanai Suite
The Lanai Suite At The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas has two stories and opens to a private terrace featuring a deluxe-size Jacuzzi. Other amenities include a projection TV that drops down from the ceiling.

To book at any of the MGM properties, luxury travel advisors should contact Colleen Schmitz ([email protected]; 702-891-7210), director of luxury sales for MGM Resorts International. Rooms are most difficult to book on New Year’s Eve, Chinese New Year and during boxing events.

Getting There: Guests can land private helicopters or jets at McCarran International Airport’s Signature and Executive terminals, a five-to-20-minute drive to any MGM resort in Vegas.

Meanwhile, one-bedroom penthouses at The HOTEL32 at Monte Carlo have some of the top views on the Strip, along with luxurious amenities, including private butler and pre-arrival concierge services.

The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino has an all-suite tower, with 700-square-foot city- or pool-view suites. In good company: Guests who have stayed at Hard Rock include Ben Affleck, Brad Pitt, Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Lopez and Mark Wahlberg. The resort has also been featured in the movie 21, HBO's Entourage and MTV’s The Real World Las Vegas.

Note: 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. The pool is iconic and the hotel’s The Joint was named one of the best new concert venues in 2010. Best of all: All penthouses on the top floor and the nearby spa villas come with 24-hour butler service.

 

The Lanai Suite At The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas has two stories and opens to a private terrace featuring a deluxe-size Jacuzzi. Other amenities include a projection TV that drops down from the ceiling.

Spa fans, rejoice: The hotel’s spa has 20 treatment rooms for relaxing and reviving. The spa’s most requested treatment is its signature Ancient Cane Ritual, which employs raw sugarcane and crystals combined with creamy oil to exfoliate and moisturize. The massage continues with the use of a bamboo reed for drumming, tapping and rolling to rebalance the body’s energy flow. Luxury travel advisors should contact Spa Manager Micaela Ward ([email protected]; 702-693-4051) to book treatments. All other questions should be directed to Travel Industry Sales Manager Katja Spitz ([email protected]; 702-693-4076).

 

 

Hotel32 At Monte Carlo
A Penthouse At Hotel32 At Monte Carlo features a hydrotherapy soaking tub and oversized steam shower.

 

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