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The Vegas Strip runs like a major artery into the gambling and entertainment heart of America. And if you had to describe the city in one word, that word would be ‘extravagance’.

It’s here, in Vegas, where you’ll find some of the largest and most extravagant hotels in the world, and where both prince and pauper can afford to splurge ($150 for a penthouse?!).

Las Vegas is a city which defines the meaning of YOLO; a city where everyday travelers can dream of winning big and living out outlandish fantasies. And it’s the perfect place to be if one of your fantasies is living large in extravagant hotels.

If you’re looking to escape your everyday life to really overindulge in hotel luxuries, Betway Casino has put together a list of the top 10 most extravagant Las Vegas suites on the strip.

Spoiler alert: Caesars Palace’s Nobu Villa has topped this list!

With guests who have included Justin Beiber and Celine Deon, let’s take a deeper look into this 10,000 square foot slice of Vegas heaven to see what makes the Nobu Villa one of the most exclusive and lavish experiences on the strip.

Nobu Villa at Caesars Palace Revealed as the Most Luxurious Suite in Las Vegas

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Caesars Palace

At the top of its class when it comes to entertainment, restaurants, luxury villas, gambling, and all around impeccable service, Caesars Palace is must when visiting Sin City.

Sandwiched between the dancing fountains of the Bellagio and The Mirage’s nightly erupting volcano, Caesars Palace offers one of the best sportsbooks in Vegas along with blackjack, craps, roulette, baccarat, pai gow poker, and unique skill-based game called Cannonbeard’s Treasure.

Win big at any of these and you could afford a night or two in the $35,000 a night Nobu Villa!!

Spending a night in the Nobu Villa will have you feeling like an ancient Roman emperor, much like the giant 20-foot Augustus Caesar that greets you upon entering Caesars Palace.

Established in 1966, Caesars Palace has always been a place of opulence, appealing to the wealthy who would no doubt find themselves quite at home in the Nobu Villa.

A Hotel Within a Hotel

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A hotel within a hotel, the Nobu Hotel Brand was born in Vegas. Founded and owned by Hollywood’s Robert De Niro, Japanese celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa, and film producer Meir Teper, the Nobu hotel opened at Ceasars Palace in 2013.

Designed by American architect David Rockwell (the same guy who designed LA’s Dolby Theatre), this was the first of the Nobu Hotel brand, which has gone on to now consist of nearly two dozen luxury properties around the world.

While there are a number of deluxe rooms and suites that are affordable to the masses, it is the hotel’s Nobu Villa which will have you feeling like the highest paid Hollywood movie star.

Nobu Villa was the temporary home of Celine Dion during her residency with Caesars Palace which ran from 2011 to 2019 in which she performed over 400 shows at The Colosseum.

The Nobu Villa suite was also where Justin Bieber held his lavish 21st birthday party and laid his head for the night after rocking out at Caesars Palace all night.

Image credit: Tomás Del Coro (CC BY-SA 2.0) via Flickr

Video Tour of Nobu Villa

What You Get for $35,000 a Night

So what do you get for $35,000 a night? The Japanese-inspired split level design villa may seem excessively expensive, but when you consider it’s over 10,000 feet of space, it works out to be only $3.50 per square foot.

The highlight of the villa is its 4,700-square-foot sky deck with exceptional panoramic views over the Vegas strip from seven stories up. The deck features a Japanese onsen tub, Robatayaki grill, private zen garden, Italian made whirlpool, barbecue pit, and pizza oven.

The villa’s multi-functional space caters for up to 120 people, making it perfect for even large parties. Inside the lemon-ginger-scented villa, you’ll find a media room with theater-like seating, a giant games room, loads of contemporary Japanese art, personal gym, heated Japanese toilets, and Omakase sushi bar.

Enjoy even more comfort with your own personal massage room, steam shower, dry sauna, circular soaking tub, and Fili D’oro bed sheets which cost more than your average bed and mattress set.

Heading to #Vegas?! With three bedrooms, the Nobu Villa is the only rooftop villa available at Caesars Palace!Click To Tweet

While you can book the more basic rooms and suites through the Nobu hotel’s website, you must go through an exclusive luxury booking agency to secure this supreme villa.

Round-trip limousine airport transfers are included and you’ll have access to your very own reception and private elevator. Oh and did I mention you get a complimentary around-the-clock personal butler?

Other Suites at Caesars Palace

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If $35,000 is a bit rich for your blood, consider these other lavish suites and rooms available at Caesars Palace’s Nobu Hotel.

Nobu Penthouse

For around $2,500 you can score the Nobu Penthouse. While it may be less than half the square footage of the Nobu Villa, it’s still quite lavish.

The largest suite available to be booked online via the hotel’s website, the Nobu Penthouse features an elegant winding staircase that leads to a second-story terrace as well as a stone hearth wall, leather sofas, 90-inch flat screen, and billiard table.

You’ll also receive VIP service, priority seating at Nobu restaurant, and complimentary round-trip airport limo service.

Hakone Suite & Sake Suite

For under a grand, you can spend the night in one of two other Japanese inspired suites.

The 1,000-square-foot Hakone Suite takes inspiration from Japan’s Fuji-Hakone National Park and features a 55-inch TV, oversized soaking tub, dining room, and sleek furnishings.

The Sake Suite features its own separate media room and bar area as well as complimentary access to the Venus Day club. You can even ask for a billiard table to be put in the room.

Marcus Aurelius Villa and the Titus Villa at Caesars

Other suites at Caesars Palace include famous suites like the Marcus Aurelius Villa and the Titus Villa which are both now available for public bookings.

The Titus Villa sports an English garden theme with 20-foot barrel vaulted ceiling. It’s home to hand painted murals, an onyx bathtub, fire pit, silk walls, and OSIM massage chairs. Enjoy your own private 390-square-foot pool along with direct access to the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis.

At 9,500 square feet, the three-bedroom Marcus Aurelius Villa is smaller than the 11,000-square-foot Titus Villa, but sports an exotic fish tank, media room, outdoor terrace with whirlpool tub, and a grand piano where you can perform your own version of Sinatra’s “Luck Be A Lady” or Elvis’s “Viva Las Vegas”.

Book Early!

Despite the high price tags of the suites at Caesars and Nobu Hotel, they seem to always be in high demand, especially during peak season.

I highly recommend all you celebrities and lottery winners plan ahead and book early if you want to spend a night in one of the most luxurious suites in Vegas.

Of course if you’re like me, you can simply opt for a simple deluxe room for a mere $150 bucks and be treated to at least a king or queen size bed. Put your life savings on red, cross your fingers, and maybe just maybe you can upgrade to the Nobu Villa!

Disclaimer: We do not ACTUALLY recommend that you put your life savings on red.

Megan is an Australian Journalist and award-winning travel writer who has been blogging since 2007. Her husband Mike is the American naturalist and wildlife photographer behind Waking Up Wild; an online magazine dedicated to opening your eyes to the wonders of the wild & natural world.

Having visited 50+ countries across all seven continents, Megan’s travels focus on cultural immersion, authentic discovery and incredible journeys. She has a strong passion for ecotourism, and aims to promote responsible travel experiences.

    

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