Vegas’ Top Suites

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Constantine Villa in the Octavius Tower
At Caesars Palace, the Constantine Villa is the largest in the new Octavius Tower.

 

High-rolling clients will want to stay in the poshest suites Las Vegas has to offer. Here are just a few of our suggestions.

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Villas at Caesars’ Octavius Tower

Caesars Palace’s new Octavius Tower opened in January as the resort’s most upscale option, and has three special villas available for VIPs.

 Mandarin Oriental
At The Mandarin Oriental, the Mandarin Suite exudes an Art Deco vibe and an elegant style of luxury.

Appropriately, the villas are named after legendary Roman emperors, each with its own theme: The Marcus Aurelius Villa has a Spanish influence, the Constantine Villa is decidedly Greek in style and the Claudius Villa has some nice French touches. (Good to know: The villas can be called by their emperor name or by the country they honor. Ask about the French villa and the Caesars team will know you mean Claudius.)

The Claudius Villa has four bedrooms, each with its own full bathroom. In addition to a living room, lounge and sitting room, the villa also has a custom-designed fish tank and a grand piano. The master bedroom has an eight-foot custom-made bed and a hand-carved Crema Marfil stone bathtub, imported from Italy. Good to know: The dining room in the French villa can seat 10.

The four-bedroom Constantine Villa is the largest of the three at a whopping 9,930 square feet with a 1,380-square-foot terrace. The villa has a dedicated exercise room and a media room with a 120-inch TV. (Yes, that’s 10 feet.) For cool desert nights, the living room has a marble fireplace.

The Palms
The Palms’ two-story Sky Villa has its own cantilevered pool with views of the city.

And the Marcus Aurelius Villa, the smallest of the three at 8,170 square feet, has a double-sided fireplace and massage chairs—perfect for relieving the tension of a day on the casino floor, we say!

Beyond their sheer size, the villas include some ultra-swank perks like private elevators, dedicated billiard rooms, eight-foot custom-made beds, steam mist showers in all bathrooms and—our favorite—private terraces with spa tubs, fire pits, and a dining area with old-fashioned gas lanterns and wall sconces. The villas all have full kitchens and dining rooms, and staff can enter through a private entrance to bring food (or anything else) unobtrusively. The villas also come with 24-hour butler service.

Later this year, Caesars will open three Garden Villas in the Octavius Tower. No word yet on what emperors they’ll honor or what the perks will be, but keep an eye out on luxurytraveladvisor.com for updates on the villas as they emerge.

Caesars Palace
At Caesars Palace, the Claudius Villa living room has a custom-designed fish tank and a grand piano.

Coolest of all: Caesars Palace has its own private jet at a hangar close to the Strip, making it easy for VIPs to come and go without battling the crowds at McCarran International Airport.

Luxury travel advisors can reach out to Gigi Vega ([email protected]; 702-866-1095), vice president of luxury hotel operations at Caesars Palace, with any questions.

Palms Suites

Palms has a good range of unique suites and villas to suit different tastes. (Bonus: They’re also good picks for private functions and events.)

Mandarin Oriental
At the Mandarin Oriental, the Mandarin Suite bedroom has floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over the Strip.

The Two-Story Sky Villa, for example, is pure old-fashioned opulence, with perks like a glass elevator, a dedicated massage room, a dedicated exercise room, a dry sauna, a private poker table (for friends-only games, of course), a dining room and pantry, and a fireplace. The terrace has its own cantilevered pool and sunbathing area with views of the city, and the beds in the villa can rotate. The villa has three bedrooms and a 12-person glass-enclosed Jacuzzi pool. For parties, the villa can handle up to 300 people.

Sports fans are also in luck. Two special suites cater to those who want to practice their bowling or basketball.

Bowlers will love the two-bedroom Kingpin Suite, which has two full-sized bowling lanes and all necessary regulation bowling equipment. Guests less interested in bowling (or who have to wait their turn while parties of up to 100 play) can take advantage of the pool table instead, or can watch a movie on the theater-size projection screen. The two bedrooms have a king bed and two queen beds, respectively, and the two full bathrooms have Jacuzzi tubs for the after-party relaxation.

The Palms’ Kingpin Suite
The Palms’ Kingpin Suite has two full-sized bowling lanes and all necessary regulation bowling quipment.

The two-story Hardwood Suite, meanwhile, stretches out over a full 10,000 square feet and has a basketball half-court, professional locker room and scoreboard for all-out play. Like the Kingpin Suite, there is a pool table and lounge for relaxing when one gets tired of shooting hoops. This suite is especially good for groups or large families: Not only do the two master bedrooms have king beds, but dedicated fans can sleep on the three large Murphy beds right on the basketball court. (If your clients ever said they wanted to spend a night on the court, this suite is for them.) The capacity for groups in the suite is 325, and guests can party the night away in the private lounge/dance floor.

Good to know: Dedicated butler service is available when booking the villas, the Hardwood Suite and Kingpin Suite. Contact Luxury Sales Manager Leilani Nocon ([email protected]; 702-942-6953) with any questions.

Mandarin Oriental’s Mandarin Suite

On the Mandarin Oriental’s 22nd floor, the Mandarin Suite is decidedly Art Deco and emphasizes a more elegant style of luxury. The suite has two bedrooms (one with a king bed, one with two queens), two-and-a-half bathrooms, a living room, study and dining room. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the master bedroom look out over the Strip, and the bathrooms have Jacuzzi tubs. Staff can enter through a private entrance for total discretion. A personal fitness area includes a Technogym Kinesis Wall and exercise bike, and the whole suite has Bang & Olufsen tech touches.

We hear the suite’s most popular feature is its main bathroom, which has a huge sunken bath overlooking the city and a large walk-in shower.

Butler service can be arranged upon request. Leisure Sales Manager Wendi Yip ([email protected]; 702-590-8888) can handle any questions.

Caesars Palace
At Caesars Palace, the Marcus Aurelius Villa has a Spanish influence and comes with a double-sided fireplace and massage chairs.

 

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