Big spenders can drop $20K on the Palms' "Top of the World" package

Big spenders can drop $20K on the Palms' "Top of the World" package
The view from the Palms' Sky Villa includes a cantilevered pool and the Strip as a backdrop. (Palms)

Have an extra $15,000 to spend during the week? Make that $20,000 on the weekend?

Big spenders can head to the Palms for the new "Top of the World"  package that includes a stay in a Sky Villa or Palms Place Penthouse, a private cabana at Palms Pool & Dayclub with their name on the Palms Pool deejay marquee, VIP bottle service at Ghostbar and dinner for two at the Italian restaurant Nove Italiano or French restaurant Alizé.

The Sky Villa sits atop the resort's Fantasy Tower, a 6,100-square-foot suite that looks out over the Strip to the east. A cantilevered pool, a rotating bed, dry sauna, exercise room, wet bar, LCD and plasma TVs, weekend butler service and VIP car service are just some of the amenities within the villa.
The condo-hotel Palms Place features a 3,120-square-foot penthouse with floor-to-ceiling windows running the length of the suite and a cantilevered spa that extends out from the balcony. Other amenities include a gourmet kitchen, living room, elegant bedrooms and spa-like bathrooms.

The private second-story cabana at the Palms Pool & Dayclub is usually reserved for celebrities. The best seat in the house includes bottle service with Absolut Vodka and Perrier-Jouët.

Then it's off to Ghostbar on the 55th floor of the Ivory Tower with its views of the Las Vegas skyline.

Afterward, choose to dine at Nove Italiano on the 51st floor or Alizé on the 56th floor. Nove features dishes such as an 8-ounce filet mignon, fresh fish and pasta made in-house daily.

Chef Andre Rochat's Alizé features French cuisine from his chef de cuisine Mark Purdy, an ever-changing menu and the largest cognac collection in Vegas.

The Top of the World program is valid for stays through Dec. 31; some blackout dates and restrictions apply.

Reservations: Palms, (702) 942-7054