Ordinary visitors can experience Las Vegas like a high roller in expansive (and expensive) suites and villas fit for a king.
Caesars Palace and its sister properties routinely set aside their ritziest lodging for celebrities or the big-time gamblers known as whales. But starting this month, you don’t have to be a high-limits player to live like one in Las Vegas, although getting through the front door at such digs will set you back several thousand dollars.
Here’s a sampling of the opulent offerings available through the new Anthology Collection
Marcus Aurelius Villa at Caesars Palace. Indulge in a three-bedroom, 9,500-square-foot palace complete with its own elevator, exotic fish tank and grand piano. The billiard and bar room features a custom walnut pool table by Adler. In the master suite, the bed measures 8 by 8. Nightly rates start at $25,000.
Palazzo Suite at Rio. By comparison, this six-bedroom suite is a bargain at just $9,000 a night. The two-story suite includes four master bedrooms, each with a whirlpool tub. Other features include a media room, formal dining room, a massage room and a private pool. Name-droppers will want to know that Prince once stayed here.
Titus Villa at Caesars Palace. These digs with an English garden theme sprawl over more than 11,000 square feet. There are three capacious bedrooms and a dining room with a hand-painted mural adorning one wall. The walls in the media room are upholstered in silk and there’s a 103-inch 3-D TV. Rates from $25,000 a night.
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