The Most Luxurious Suites In Las Vegas

Luxury suites in Las Vegas are abundant since so many hotels offer only the finest in hospitality. Incredibly, there are not many cities in the world that boast a wide selection of luxurious suites within such a small area.

One of the newest resorts on the Las Vegas Strip is the M Resort Spa and Casino, built by native resident, Anthony Marnell III, from the same family who "since 1976 has been involved with more than $8 billion of construction in Las Vegas alone... Their inventive designs can be seen in dozens of Las Vegas' most prestigious properties". And the M is just as spectacular as all the other properties that flaunt luxurious suites. Their "Loft Suites" feature floor to ceiling unreflective glass for superior views, two story settings with private entrance, a stone and glass staircase, more than one HD flat TV, and a free-standing spa tub. Indeed, these beautiful suites are the envy of any traveler.

An all-suite property, the Meridian Luxury Suites, boasts magnificently landscaped grounds, a "Presidential Suite” starting at five-hundred dollars a night, and their best suite called the "Designer Suite" created for the "corporate jet lifestyle”. With marble floors, leather furniture, stainless steel kitchen appliances, private decks, barbecues, in-suite household chore service (such as washing dishes), the property is a private, secluded sanctuary only one block away from the hustle and bustle of The Strip.

Considered the world's largest five diamond resort, The Venetian is the epitome of luxury. But even more refined is the newest addition to the hotel called the Venezia Tower, a separate hotel with its own concierge. Rather than hotel rooms, the suites resemble upscale apartments overflowing with posh décor including imported marble tile, natural stone, carved wood, draped canopies in the bedroom, vaulted ceilings, and sunken living room. Curiously, it has been rumored through several sources that the Tower is closing for renovations, apparently to upgrade its suites. One can only imagine how much more luxurious these suites might become!

But if dollar figures have anything to do with the most luxurious suites in Las Vegas, then Bellagio wins the title. At six-thousand dollars per night, Bellagio Villas sinfully flaunt seven bathrooms in a mere three bedroom suite, twelve telephones, private terrace and pool, lovely gardens, marble foyer with glass chandelier, and twenty-four hour butler service.

In conclusion, new hotels are cropping up regularly and true to Vegas' history, each is bigger and more ostentatious than the next. Competition for luxury seems to be the trademark of the Las Vegas hotel industry. In keeping with this trait, rambling space, grandiose settings, pretentious toys, and all the personal service that any hotel can muster are the hallmarks of the most luxurious suites in Las Vegas.