We’d all love to enjoy some of the luxurious suites which Vegas has to offer but when you are looking at prices of $8,000, $9,000 per night, it is fair to say that this out of most people’s reach, not to mention the $35,000 per night which you could pay for the decadent Nobu Suite at Caesars Palace! With this being said however, a recent study from Betway has found that you don’t have to sell a kidney just to enjoy an opulent suite in Las Vegas, as they have found the way to live in the lap of luxury on a more of a ‘shoestring’ budget. Using a unique points-based scoring system, here are the most affordable suites in Vegas.
Bally’s Penthouse Suite
At just $535 per night Bally’s Penthouse Suite is mots certainly affordable and whilst the price may be considerably less than what many charge, you don’t lose anything in terms of quality, design and style. This hotel perfectly captures the decadence, design and class of Old Vegas whilst combining that with modern installations to make your stay perfect. The suite features 2 bedrooms with spa tubs, over 3,000 square foot of space, living and dining areas, a wet bar and plenty of space to relax and enjoy the views.
Metropolitan Suite, The Flamingo
Coming in at second on the list is the colorful and vibrant Metropolitan Suite at The Flamingo, a 2 bedroom suite which is perfect for large groups and families who are looking to indulge in the more stylish side of Vegas accommodation. At just $435 per night this is where you can count on splendor on a shoestring and it offers a high level of luxury to those staying here. The suite occupies 1600 square feet and comes with a wet bar, whirlpool tubs, stylish modern decor with 3 entertainment areas and a dining area for up to 6 people. Hardwood floors, marble bathrooms and bold, colorful interior design is what to expect in this beautiful and affordable suite.
King Volcano View Room, The Mirage
The Mirage has a long history when it comes to offering true luxury in its hotel and the King Volcano View Room is one of their finest budget offerings. At just $199 per night it is the cheapest on our list but the only thing cheap about the room is the price. This lavish room offers 400 square feet of space for its guests, a king bed with feather down pillows, a range of lighting options, a 42 inch HD television, Bluetooth speakers throughout, high end boutique design and the jewel in the crown of this room is the views which you get of the strip and the famous volcano below.
Staying in the height of luxury in Las Vegas doesn’t have to cost the Earth and here is the complete list of suites which you can choose from, which you can still enjoy regardless of your budget.
|Strip Hotels||Top Suite||Prices from per Night $||Total Score|
|The Mirage||King Volcano View Room||$199||23|
|Mandalay Bay||Panoramic 2 Bedroom Suite King||$799||21|
|Stratosphere||Classic Grand Suite||$407||21|