While there’s no shortage of luxury rooms and suites in Vegas, if you really want to push the boat out for a special occasion – or you simply don’t need to worry about how much you spend – there are some spectacular penthouses in town representing the height of luxury.
For most people, staying in one of these rooms for even one night is the stuff of dreams, although there are still some more affordable options available – relatively speaking. And to give you the lowdown on the top picks, here’s our guide to the best penthouses in Vegas.
Best Penthouses in Vegas
ARIA Sky Suites (one bedroom penthouse)
- Prices from: $1000/night
- Highlights: Hi-tech room with tablet control, stunning panoramic views, exclusive Sky Pool
ARIA is known as one of the most technologically advanced hotels in the world, and if you choose to stay in any of the four penthouse suites, you can look forward to world-class levels of luxury too.
Of the four, the pick of the bunch is the Panoramic View option. Check-in takes place in the exclusive Sky Suites Lounge, so you won’t have to worry about waiting in line in the regular reception area, and you’ll also have access to the private Sky Pool.
Once you reach the room, you’ll be blown away by the stunning views down over The Strip and the rest of Vegas, views which are accentuated by the glorious floor-to-ceiling windows.
The sleek, modern décor is classy yet comfortable, and this being ARIA, you can expect a hi-tech room, with temperature, lighting and more all controlled by tablet, making this one of the most exceptional – yet relatively affordable – penthouses in town.
The Venetian Penthouse Suite
- Prices from: around $3000/night
- Highlights: Opulent décor and furnishings, living room area with piano, jetted tub
If you prefer old-world opulence as opposed to cutting-edge design, the Penthouse Suites at The Venetian might be more your style – and in a hotel that only has suites and no regular rooms, you can guess how luxurious this top-end accommodation must be.
The penthouse includes a large living area with a full-sized piano, and there’s also a formal dining area that can seat up to eight. There’s a fireplace that adds an extra element of grandeur to the suite, and the marble bathrooms are the height of elegance and class.
Of course, the views are as good as they come and are showcased by the obligatory floor-to-ceiling windows, and there are plenty of extras such as several LCD HD TVs as well as remote-controlled Roman shades and curtains to make sure your stay is as comfortable as possible.
For this level of extravagance, you have to expect to pay a considerable price – but for the kind of high-rollers to whom money is no object, this penthouse suite offers almost unrivalled levels of sophistication and luxury.
The Palazzo Penthouse Suite
- Prices from: $3000/night
- Highlights: Full-sized wet bar, pool table, massage parlor, dining area for six
Located in the same resort as the penthouse above but sitting atop the Palazzo Tower, the Palazzo Penthouse Suite is broadly similar in levels of comfort and luxury to the equivalent rooms in The Venetian.
However, while many people tend to imagine the two hotels are more or less identical, there are still some differences.
The Palazzo is a more recent development, having opened in 2007 – compared to 1999 for The Venetian – and while The Palazzo still exudes the same old-world Italian charm and elegance, the décor is slightly more contemporary.
The Penthouse Suite features imported Italian marble floors and a full-sized wet bar, a billiard table and a private massage parlor. There’s a dining area too – this time big enough for six as opposed to eight in The Venetian.
This being a penthouse, it goes without saying that the views are nothing short of spectacular, and you’ll also find large flat-screen TVs in all the bedrooms and the living room.
There’s even another flat-screen TV in the bathroom for you to watch as you relax and soak in the spacious jetted tub.
In short, this is a stunning penthouse where you’ll be treated to extreme levels of comfort and luxury – as long as you’re able to meet the hefty price tag.
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The Bellagio Penthouse Suite
- Prices from: $600/night
- Highlights: Couples’ Italian marble bath with whirlpool tub, dining area for four, marble foyer
The Bellagio is known for its chic design and classy contemporary style, and choosing a penthouse suite there will allow you to experience the very best the hotel has to offer – all at surprisingly reasonable prices.
The foyer features a stylish marble floor, and the expansive interior of the suite is decorated in the distinct artistic style for which the hotel is famous. It also includes a dedicated intimate dining area that can seat up to four.
The bathroom includes a large couples’ marble bath with a whirlpool tub, and there’s also a glass-enclosed steam shower.
There’s no shortage of extra touches that are designed to make your stay as comfortable as possible, including a 55” flat-screen TV, an 18” LCD bathroom TV, a media hub and automatic drapery and sheer controls.
There are also several adaptations in the suite to make it a more ecological and sustainable choice, such as efficient LED lighting, organic carpeting and furniture made from fast-growing sustainable eucalyptus.
That makes this suite the perfect option for the discerning guest who demands the utmost levels of luxury but who also wants to do their bit to help protect the environment.
The View Penthouse, Palms Casino Resort
- Prices from: $3,600/night
- Highlights: Sublime Strip views, curated art, six-seat bar, deep soak tub
Palms Casino Resort is famously home to probably the most expensive hotel room in the world, the Empathy Suite, which costs in the region of $100,000 per night – and while the “regular” penthouses are a lot cheaper, they’re still almost impossibly luxurious.
There are several options, but the one to go for is probably The View Penthouse, which, as the name suggests, offers some of the best views in the hotel – as well as in the whole of Vegas, for that matter.
The suite is large enough to sleep up to seven guests, and highlights include a huge marble bathroom, a six-seat bar and a deep soak tub.
The living area is spacious and features exquisite contemporary design and unique curated art – and the whole suite covers a huge 1432 square feet.
As you would expect for one of the most exclusive rooms at Palms, this is the kind of room that most people can only dream of staying in. However, for those who have money to burn, there are few penthouses in town that even come close.
Nobu Penthouse, Nobu Hotel, Caesars Palace
- Prices from: $7,000/night
- Highlights: Private wet bar, private pool, oversized deep soak tub, VIP manager
If there’s one penthouse suite that rivals The View Penthouse at Palms, it’s the Nobu Penthouse in the Nobu Hotel, itself a part of Caesars Palace.
The suite, like the rest of the Nobu Hotel, features Japan-inspired minimalist chic décor that combines peaceful tranquility with understated luxury.
With two floors connected by a curved staircase, you’ll find a full-sized billiard table, a private pool, a deep soak tub and a fully-stocked private wet bar – and to ensure your stay is perfect, the suite even includes a VIP manager who is on hand to take care of your every need.
While the price might seem high – and there’s no doubt that it’s beyond most visitors to Sin City – the suite sleeps up to 12 guests, so per person, the price is not quite as high as it might first seem.
That makes this the ideal option for those looking for a venue to host a luxury event – or just anybody who has practically limitless funds.
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Cosmopolitan Three-Bedroom Chelsea Penthouse
- Prices from: $1,500/night
- Highlights: The Cosmopolitan’s inimitable style and unique décor, fantastic views, wet bar
The Cosmopolitan is known for its ultramodern design, and the Chelsea Penthouses represent the pinnacle of everything this classy resort stands for.
The décor incorporates quirky features such as crystal-encrusted textured walls, unique curated art installations and handwoven fabrics.
The views afforded through the floor-to-ceiling windows are among the best in Vegas, and if you choose the three-bedroom option, you’ll also be able to benefit from a private terrace area.
All Chelsea Penthouses are equipped with a wet bar, along with a range of technology designed to make the whole experience seamless and trouble-free.
In addition, every reservation of a Chelsea Penthouse includes a $100 food and drink credit to help you get your time in Vegas off to the best possible start.
- Prices from: around $500/night
- Highlights: Leather bar, separate dining area, vibrant décor, rain shower
Known as one of the best-value upmarket hotels in Vegas, LINQ allows you to sample the luxury of some of the more expensive places in town but at far more affordable prices.
For this reason, the LINQ penthouses are a popular choice with those who want to try the penthouse experience but who don’t want to pay more than necessary.
However, while the level of luxury can’t match places like the Nobu or the Palms penthouses, you can still look forward to enjoying original artwork, modern furniture and exciting, vibrant décor.
The suite includes a leather bar that’s ideal for hosting gatherings in the suite, and it also includes Bose speakers for you to play music on as you enjoy a few drinks prior to heading out for a night on the town.
The plush bathroom includes a rain shower, and the super-soft king bed will be waiting for you when it’s time to take a rest after all the fun and partying.
SKYLOFT, MGM Grand
- Prices from: $1,250 (single bed penthouse)
- Highlights: Infinity tub, private butler, private bar
Another option that offers you high levels of luxury and decadence but at surprisingly reasonable prices is the SKYLOFTS at the top of the iconic MGM Grand hotel.
They are designed as an overall experience rather than just large and expensive rooms, and you’ll feel like a VIP from the moment you step into the exclusive SKYlobby. There’s also a dedicated SKYLOFT concierge whose job it is to look after guests staying in SKYLOFTS.
Inside the suite, you can enjoy a fully stocked private bar, and it even includes a private butler who is there to pour your premium drinks and take care of anything else you need.
Having a private butler is also convenient if you plan to host parties in your suite, and they will be at hand to make sure everything goes off just as you’d hoped.
The SKYLOFTS are available in one-, two- or three-bed versions, and although they’re far from cheap, for the level of luxury, the attentive and personalized service and everything else that comes with the room, these suites are some of the best value options in Vegas.
A Note on Prices
Booking an exclusive penthouse in a luxury hotel is not quite the same as reserving a regular room, and sometimes, it can be hard to give accurate information about just how much a penthouse can cost since the rates aren’t always openly advertised.
Furthermore, just like any other room, the prices can fluctuate according to the season as well as demand.
In this post, we have tried to give you the most accurate and up-to-date information based on low season rates.
However, the price you pay may be significantly different, and if you want to reserve a penthouse suite in any of these hotels, to find out the correct rate, you will need to contact the hotel directly.
Note also that, just as with other rooms, if you visit during the week during low season, you can sometimes score some great deals, even when it comes to the most expensive, exclusive penthouses in town.
No Lack of Options for High Rollers and Big Spenders in Vegas
As you would expect, when it comes to top-end penthouse suites offering the utmost in style and opulence, there’s no lack of choice in Vegas.
Whether you are looking for a relatively inexpensive version that will “only” set you back a thousand dollars a night or a suite that offers ultimate levels of luxury – and comes with a room rate to match – in Vegas, you have plenty of options to choose from.