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Suiteness.com opens the door to luxe rooms in Las Vegas and Miami

Very important person? Why yes, I am. Now.

Name: Suiteness.com

What it does: It's a website that opens the doors to online booking for 17,000 luxury suites you never knew existed in Las Vegas, Miami and New York. Los Angeles is up next. More than 50% of the inventory is exclusive to Suiteness.

What's hot: You're planning a bachelorette party for 10 ladies? How about booking a 4,500-square-foot, five-bedroom penthouse suite on the 37th floor of the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel with a wraparound porch overlooking the intercoastal waterway? No problem. If $5,000 a night is too much, don't worry. There are other brag-worthy smaller suites with much smaller prices. Search filters allow for bookings for up to 12 persons and five bedrooms. As if the options — billiard tables, private dining rooms, personal pools, etc. — aren't enough to inspire you to splurge on a suite, Suiteness automatically donates a small portion of the room price to a local charity.

What's not: I wanted to compare prices for some of the lower-end suites on Hotels.com. I found one at Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace Las Vegas that might've been slightly less expensive on Hotels.com and started to search which site had included the resort fee to see if that made a difference. Then I saw that Suiteness.com has a money-back guarantee that it will match a lower published rate. Problem solved.

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A version of this article appeared in print on January 17, 2016, in the Features section of the Los Angeles Times with the headline "WEB BUZZ - Suiteness.com is a key to luxe rooms" — Today's paperToday's paper | Subscribe
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