PARTY IN YOUR OWN VEGAS SUITE

Posted Thursday, July 17, 2014 by in Las Vegas Hotels. No Comments.

We come to Vegas to party, right?

So how much more fun would it be to party in your hotel room? Not only will these Las Vegas suites set the perfect mood before (or even after) a party, but they’re enticing enough that you’ll want to hang out here most of the time. And these suites are ideal for bachelor and bachelorette parties: If you do end up lounging here the whole time, you won’t have to worry about driving or hailing down a cab.

We picked five favorites from the Anthology Suites & Villas Collection where you and your crew can party the night away. Added bonus: Book an Anthology suite and you’ll get free round-trip limo transportation from the airport to your hotel.

1. ABSOLUT SUITE, CAESARS PALACE

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Hardwood dance floor. Towering speakers. Lounge-style seating. The Absolut Suite’s bi-level living room basically brings the club to you. Also, each room pays tribute to different Absolut vodka flavors like  Ruby Red, Vanilla, Citron and Peach. The Raspberry living room has an urban, street-art vibe, while the individual bedrooms all have a bright, whimsical theme. One of the rooms even has beach balls and lounge chairs! Oh, and the panoramic, 20-foot floor-to-ceiling living room window isn’t too shabby, either. Located in the hotel’s Roman Tower, the suite measures 2,700 square feet.

While you’re here: Got the late night munchies and absolutely craving greasy food 3 in the morning? Head to Central, open 24 hours. We hear the fried chicken is amazing. Or, get fancy and check out Fizz,located right next to the Colosseum theater. You can rent out the VIP table upstairs and admire art owned by Elton John and his partner, David Furnish. For the ultimate bachelorette daytime experience, rent a cabana at Garden of the Gods and get a poolside massage. To really beat the heat, cool off in the artic ice room at Qua Baths & Spa, featuring falling snow.

2. EMPEROR SUITE, CAESARS PALACE

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Located in the hotel’s Forum Tower, this two-floor Emperor Suite is based on several blockbuster hits and it’s no surprise why: There are three different sitting rooms, one which has a circular lounge-seating area that boasts panoramic views of the Strip. There is also a wet bar and a high-top table that seats eight. The mood lighting, elaborate chandeliers and classic décor add a sophisticated flair. Plus,  the additional nooks and crannies means you’ll have parties within the party.

While you’re here: While the ladies check out the musical styling of  Matt Goss, the guys can test their luck at the tables or the gigantic race and sports book. In the mood for sushi in an upbeat, luxurious atmosphere? Sip on cucumber martini and enjoy the tantalizing seafood items at Nobu. The restaurant also has a lounge area – perfect for large parties.

3. PH BOULEVARD SUITE, PLANET HOLLYWOOD

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You come to Vegas to party like a movie star, so why not stay in a room that lives up to that appeal? Decked in glamorous décor, this room is the ideal hangout for you and your crew. Measuring 1,800 square feet, the PH Boulevard Suite includes a living area, a booth-style dining seating area and gorgeous Strip views. And let the games begin: Each rooms has an air hockey, ping pong, foosball or pool table. For a real taste of Hollywood, relax in the leather director-style chair and make your own Vegas movie.

While you’re here: The fellas can check out “Sydney After Dark,” while the ladies can get their Britney fix with her hit show, “Britney: Piece of Me.” Dine at Strip House, then get your dance on at Koi right next door.

4. THE CROMWELL SUITES

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Both classy and vintage, you’ll get a kick out of these posh Las Vegas suites. This boutique hotel  features fun and quirky artwork on walls, like dressed up owls and cats. There’s also plenty space to kick back and relax. Plus, you’re only an elevator ride away from the most exciting party on the Strip – Drai’s Beach Club Nightclub. Suites range from 723 to 1,730 square feet. All suites (Parlour, Boulevard, Gallery and The Cromwell) are one bedroom suites but The Cromwell Suite can extend to 2,550 if you purchase the connecting rooms. Even if you stay in a one bedroom suite, each living space and dining area feels like you’re in an ultra-lounge.

While you’re here: The Cromwell is a 24-hour party. Kick off your festivities by eating decadant Italian food at Giada for lunch or dinner and admire gorgeous views of the Strip. Chill at Interlude lounge or Bound Bar on first level. Planning to pull an all-nighter? Or need something to keep you awake from the all-nighter? Toss back an espresso cocktail from Bound. We like Keep Me Awake Bro and the breakfast-inspired orange marmalde martini. If you’re really hardcore partying, hang out at Drai’s After Hours, which closes at the wee hours of the morning.  Bottoms up! 

5. PRESIDENTAL SUITE, RIO

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Pool party – on the rooftop! Need we say more? The Presidential Suite is not to be missed. You’ll admire views of the city while taking a dip in your own private pool. Ranging from 2,400 to 3,000 square feet, these Rio Las Vegas suites also offer 24-hour butler service, a large living room and dining area. If you’re coming here during summer and early fall, nighttime parties would be epic. Or, if you decide to celebrate your bachelorette or bachelor shindig with a bang, New Year’s Eve couldn’t be a better time.

While you’re here: Peep the view at VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub & Lounge, 51 stories above the ground. Ladies can also have a drink at Flirt Lounge before an exciting evening at Chippendales.

SOURCE: Blog.TotalRewards.com

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