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Visit Vegas in style – Gambling Deals looks at the most expensive and luxurious penthouses on the Vegas strip

Not many people get to experience the indulgence of a Las Vegas penthouse. We mostly see them only in films or inaccessible brochures.

They are often the epitome of swank with a large hint of some obscure personal success behind it all. These penthouses wouldn’t be complete without a healthy serving of top cocktails, cigars, and of course, a taste for gambling in the local Las Vegas casinos.

Gambling Deals decided to take a look at some of Las Vegas’ most indulgent penthouses.

Hardwood Suite, Palms Casino Resort

For the basketball fan the the Hardwood Suite is a true hoop dream. Spread over two floors with 10,000 square feet of space – this penthouse has a basketball court, where the frankly fanatical fans can shoot hoops and sleep bang in the centre court on a bed big enough to provide a comfortable nights’ sleep for the largest of NBA players.

But this Vegas penthouse isn’t just about basketball. There is plenty of space to party – and by which we mean a full-on dance floor in the living room. Here you can provide guests with a fine relaxing drink, and then without even leaving the joint, bust a groove right where you are.

If dancing gets boring there, and you’re all exhausted from playing basketball, then there’s the pool table and a butler service on weekends.

This will of course be all after you’ve had some gambling success in the famous Palm Casino Resort.

Notable people who have visited the Palms Casino Resort are North Korea lover (and former NBA player) Dennis Rodman, Pamela Anderson, socialite Paris Hilton, and Samuel L. Jackson.

Penthouse Suite, The Mirage

Sitting right on top of this world-renowned Las Vegas resort, is a not-so-unaffordable penthouse right on the strip. By affordable, we’re talking around $360 per night in the week, making the suites some of the better value suites of the lot.

With a heavy dose of luxury contemporary furnishings, it could be the perfect place for a bachelor party or a wild night with your girlfriend or partner.

If you choose to stay in a more expensive suite, however, you know you can always downgrade after a gambling loss into The Mirage.

Penthouse Real World Suite, Casino Tower

For a place that uses the word aphrodisiac in its marketing material to describe the vibe, you probably get a sense that this is a place for fun. With almost 5,000 square feet of space, it’s nearly enough for Hugh Hefner and his harem of Playboy girls. (Not that they need aphrodisiacs to get them started, mind you).

There is a mosaic hot tub where 6 people can, well, lets not speculate too much, lets just say have a good time enjoying the bubbles and relaxing.

With a large kitchen and eating space for 12 people, it could also be a family affair. The parents could enjoy a fully stocked bar, while the kids played tenpin bowling, which is a key feature.

But for the true experience it’d be better to go childless to this place that is clearly more partyhouse than anything, enjoy some drinks, and put down some bets in the casino to try and cover the costs of a great time.


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