Ever dreamed of getting picked up at the airport in a $400,000 car and whisked away to a $40,000 per night room? Well, that can be arranged in Las Vegas, Nevada. Las Vegas shouldn’t be there. It’s in the middle of the desert. Water doesn’t flow through the city, but money sure does. It’s the only reason the city of neon lights exists. It’s there to cater to your every whim, no matter how expensive. Here’s a look into the absurdity of it all. Check out the five most expensive places to stay in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Hugh Hefner Sky Villa

This two story home away from home can be rented when Hugh is out of town. The $40,000 per night room sits at the top of the Palms Fantasy Tower just west of the famous Las Vegas strip. This villa is built to resemble the actual Playboy mansion on the inside, so of course, it comes with a rotating circular bed underneath a ceiling of mirrors. You’ve got your own gym and movie theater, but you’ll probably spend most of your time in the pool, which is cantilevered over the edge of the building. Was it mentioned that this 9,000 square-foot hotel room is 53 stories above the ground? Hope you’re not afraid of heights.



You get your own personal 24-hour butler in the SkyLOFTS at MGM Grand. The top two floors of the hotel are carved up into two-story lofts that run about $10,000 per night. The MGM sits right on the south side of the strip, so the views of the city are fantastic. You’ll be able to scope the city through floor-to-ceiling windows designed by world renowned architect Tony Chi. Each ultra modern loft is different, but this wing of the hotel boasts a multi-million dollar private entrance.


Chairman Suites

The Bellagio offers their Chairman Suites for a mere $6,000 per night. Bypass the usual check in procedure and be whisked away to a luxurious lounge where you’ll be pampered while you register. The suites have suspended walkways and solariums. (That’s a fancy word for your own private sunroom.) Relax in your own indoor garden while enjoying the sound of your own personal waterfall before you slip into the whirlpool followed by a steam shower. You get two master bedrooms, your own fine dining room and a 24-hour butler that will take you to your own VIP seats at any of Bellagio’s shows.


Duplex Suite

This room is famous because they filmed “Rain Man” here. Located at the top of the Caesar’s Palace sits the Duplex Suite. This 1,800 square-foot suite will only run you $3,500 per night. This suite was designed for a party and boasts a twelve person couch, piano and a whirlpool tub with a giant bay window and magnificent view of the strip. There are ten TVs in the four bedroom configuration and everything-from the curtains to the fireplace-is under remote control access.



Lucky 7 Suite

This suite sits at the top of the new Hard Rock tower. It has a little bit more of an edge compared to the other places on this list. You’ll find a crescent shaped couch inside your suite that wraps around a stripper pole. There’s an eight person Jacuzzi right next to this party spot, and you’ll get a grand total of three bedrooms. This 2,600 square foot spot comes equipped with the best sound system money can buy. You’ll also get cast iron tea-for-two tubs and massage chairs in each room.