While normally reserved for high rollers and the super famous like me, premium suites can be had for ballers on a budget with some advanced planning and flexibility. Vegas is a great place to treat yourself, so if you’re looking to splurge or a have a big group that wants to split an oversized room, I’ve compiled a few options to consider. Inexpensive is a relative term, so there’s a range of options here.
Note, these are, of course, not all of the suites available, just some I found notable. You’ll find the cheapest days during the middle of the week, so I sampled all these rooms on June 11 – 13 (2017) bookings. All the rooms have amazing furniture from Wellington’s Fine Leather Furniture. All prices include resort fees:
Bellagio Penthouse ($529/night)
1536 sq ft – Can come with one or two bedrooms, which can connect to a Tower Deluxe room.
- Private lounge check-in
- Living room and separate dining room for six
- Marble foyer with powder room
- Organic carpeting- No word on whether or not it is also free range
Vdara One Bedroom Loft ($464/night)
947 sq ft – Second story bedroom with living space below.
- Two (2) one time use spa facility passes
- “Luxury airport transportation”
- Living room has queen sized sofa bed
- 100% phthalate free amenities – I don’t think that’s a real word but let’s just go with it
Excalibur Two Bedroom Luxury Suite ($253/night)
1034 sq ft – Two bedrooms with 2-3 beds.
- It’s not a regular Excalibur room
- Wet bar with personal refrigerator
- Ironing board – I’m stretching here. It’s just really cheap, ok?
1548 sq ft – 1 King Bed
- Dining and bar area
- Advertised shower head included
- A lot of space at a low cost.
Elara 2 King 2 Bedroom Suite ($430)
- Sofabed addition
- 24 hour housekeeping
- Hydro spa
- Dishwasher – a machine, not a person
Treasure Island Tower Suite ($187)
930 sq ft – 1 Bed Studio
- Bit on the smaller size, but cheap
- Floor to ceiling windows
- Sofa seating area
- Double vanity? How about two bathrooms?
- Separate living room and bedroom
- Wet bar
- VIP lounge access
- Parties prohibited…wait? What? It’s Vegas!
The D Suite ($179)
- Separate bedroom and living room
- Two fridges
- Wet bar
- Three TVs – you can never have enough
Ever live the suite life in Vegas? Have a room experience you’d like to share? Let me know!