If you’ve ever been to Las Vegas for a weekend of fun and debauchery, you know that all of the town’s casinos bend over backwards to make people feel like high rollers. From the affordable buffets to the complimentary drinks while you’re hitting the tables, each casino has a way of making their guests feel special, which of course encourages them to spend more money. But come on though, we all know in Vegas there is the normal “high roller” treatment that the casinos give to everyone, then there are the amazing haute perks that are reserved for the real true high rollers.
Up until this point, some of Vegas’ most legendary hotels have reserved their finest luxury suites for their high roller guests to use exclusively. But now two of those hotels, The Mirage and Caesars Palace, are opening their most lavish suites to the public, meaning anyone with the means to do so can live like a Las Vegas high roller during their stay. The suites at The Mirage are named the Lanais and the Villas. These suites cost $1000 a night and they come with pools, private patios, fire pits and butler service among other luxury amenities. Caesars Palace is opening the Marcus Aurelius Villa, which is 9,500 square feet in size, and the 11,200 square foot Titus Villa. These suites which start at $25,000 per night, include VIP check-in, transportation from the airport and around the city and amenities such as a Jacuzzi, a grand piano, private elevators, private pools and terraces and custom built 8X8-foot beds. Head to Vegas to be a high roller!