The Las Vegas villa where Justin Bieber rang in his 21st birthday is available to the public for lease at $35,000 a night.
Set atop Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, the premium suite known as Nobu Villa is distinguished by a Japanese-inspired floor plan complete with custom lighting, wall treatments and marble flooring.
Designed by noted architect David Rockwell, the 10,300 square feet of living space features a media room and a game room with a custom cowhide pool table. A master suite with a soaking tub and steam shower highlights the three en-suite bedrooms.
Glass doors give way to a 4,700-square-foot sky deck containing covered entertainer's spaces, a fire pit, a full bar and a Zen garden, set off by commanding views of the Las Vegas Strip and skyline. Complimentary round-trip airport limousine service completes the experience.
Bieber flew straight to Vegas after wrapping up his "Comedy Central Roast," which featured Kevin Hart, Shaquille O'Neal and Will Ferrell, among others. Among birthday high points was a party at the Omnia nightclub and a hand-carved cake shaped as one of the pop star's birthday gifts, a 1965 Lincoln Continental.