Most Extravagant Experiences in Las Vegas

What’s the most extravagant experience in Las Vegas? Las Vegas is a city designed to make every wish come true. It’s a fantasy land in the middle of the desert that’s full of potential. And what’s more fun than exploring some of those extravagant experiences?

We’re highlighting some of the biggest, most over-the-top places, meals and experiences available in Las Vegas. Sure, these might not be on your must-do list (at least right now), but it’s still exciting to see just how wild Las Vegas can be!

Most Extravagant Hotel Suites in Las Vegas

These are the cushiest, more extravagant, ultra-luxurious accommodations in Las Vegas. If you’re not a member of the rich-and-famous club, consider this your unofficial tour.

Empathy Suite at the Palms Casino Resort

Step into the mind and imagination of British artist Damien Hirst at the Palms Casino Resort. This 9,000 square-foot suite is like stepping into a piece of artwork.

Inside you’ll find a healing salt room, massages rooms, fitness studio, two California-King beds, and a gorgeous outdoor terrace. Enjoy the suite life will only set you back $200,000 for a two-night stay. Not quite your speed? Check out any of the other Palms’ suite–each is as unique as luxurious.

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Titus Villa and Nobu Villa at Caesars Palace

Pop over to Caesars Palace for suites that are, well, very palatial. Start with the Titus Suite, an 11,200-square-foot dream. It’s a cool $25,000 each night. Travel + Leisure has a full tour of the suite that will have you checking between the couch cushions for that spare change.

The Nobu Villa, part of the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, is a three-bedroom suite that will completely transport you to paradise. Enjoy the private Zen garden, Italian made whirlpool, and stunning Strip-views. Rates start at $35,000 per night.

The Mansion at MGM Grand

Need a get-away for your Las Vegas vacation? The Mansion at MGM Grand is a Tuscan influenced private estate, located on the MGM Grand property. Yes, it’s a private estate with a collection of villas (29 in total), all located on the MGM Grand property, you know, and love.

There’s a traditional Afternoon High Tea served on The Mansion Estate Dining Room Patio, or in your villa if you prefer. Unfortunately, this ultra-exclusive experience is for qualified guests only, but we’ll see you there in our dreams.

Most Extravagant Dining & Resturants in Las Vegas

é by José Andrés

The Cosmopolitan is home to one of the most exclusive, delightful, and delicious dining experiences in Las Vegas. There are just two seatings a night at é by José Andrés.

é by José Andrés is a 20-course dining adventure featuring Spanish avant-garde dishes. Imagine the most exciting, daring art combined with a sensation, one-of-a-kind meal. Reservations are available up to three months in advance, but be ready come the 1st of the month because they go fast!

The tasting menu is available for $275, and there are $130, $300, or $500 wine pairings available.

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Dégustation Menu at Le Cirque

Bellagio Hotel and Casino hosts Le Cirque, an award-winning French restaurant inspired by the gorgeous colors and excitement of a circus. As they say, this is where art, fashion, and food converge. Sirio Maccioni first dazzled New York at the Mayfair Hotel starting in 1997.

The Dégustation Menu is a five-course meal priced at $135 per person with a Frederic’s Wine Paring for $88. Currently, guests can choose from menu items, including Jerusalem Artichoke Veloute, Sauteed Foie Gras, Braised Veal Cheek, and a Rhubarb and Strawberry Parfait.

Picasso inside the Bellagio Hotel and Casino

Executive Chef Julian Serrano combines dining perfection with artistic exploration at Picasso. Picasso is located inside the Bellagio Hotel and Casino and explores both French and Spanish cuisine. Unsurprisingly, guests can enjoy the company of Pablo Picasso’s celebrated work, including paintings and ceramic pieces.

If renowned art isn’t inspiring enough, there also a private wine cellar that is home to over 1,500 wines. There’s also the two little Michelin stars if you need any more convincing.

Joël Robuchon at the MGM Grand

Dining at Joël Robuchon at the MGM Grand might be the best meal you’ve ever experienced. The Forbes Five Star, AAA Five-Diamond, and Three Michelin Start restaurant has perfected fine dining in Las Vegas.

To up your ante order, the La Pintade Fermière for $325. The dish, meant for two, features a French hen with roasted foie gras and confit potatoes au jus.

Le Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas

Are you ready for the most indulgent burger known to man? There’s one place for this experience: Le Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas.

They offer the $777 Kobe beef and Maine lobster burger. It’s topped with pancetta, goat cheese, seared foie gras, arugula, and a 100-year-old balsamic. It’s also served with a bottle of Rose Dom Perignon. Cheers to the most expensive burger in Las Vegas!

Most Exciting Nightlife and Entertainment in Las Vegas

XS Nightclub

What’s the most expensive cocktail in Las Vegas? Look no further than the $10,000 cocktail called the Ono at XS Nightclub. It contains Charles Heidsieck Champagne Charlie 1981 and Louis XIII de Remy Martin Black Pearl cognac, plus men’s sterling silver cufflinks and a woman’s 18-karat white-gold chain with a black pearl pendant.

Also, from XS and Encore Las Vegas, guests can enjoy the Armand de Brignac “Empire” Collection for a cool $1 million.  New Year’s Eve package features the Brut Gold and Rosé “Dynastie” collections — 18 bottles of ultra-premium Champagne. The lucky buyer will also receive a trip to Armand de Brignac’s Maison in Chigny-Les-Roses, France.

Hakkasan at the MGM Grand

For a bit less than a million dollars, you can enjoy a $275,000 bottle of Armand de Brignac Rosé Midas introduced earlier this month at Hakkasan at the MGM Grand.

Cirque du Soleil’s O

For a slightly more-accessible but impressive experience, check out Cirque du Soleil’s O at The Bellagio. The ticket price isn’t over the top, but it’s what goes into it that matters.

O by Cirque du Soleil is a 70-million dollar production with 85 performers. There’s also 1.5 million gallons of water. That’s the equivalent of 37,500 bathtubs of water. Not to mention that O is one of the most stunning, inspiring shows on the Las Vegas Strip.

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One Final Extravagant Experience in Las Vegas

Bellagio Fountains

We all know and love the Bellagio Fountains, perhaps the most iconic fixture in the Las Vegas Skyline. Well, for a small investment (think quarter-of-a-mil), you can have complete control over this majestic water masterpiece. The VIP package includes total control, a 30-liter bottle of Ace of Spades, and a gold plated box with a red button to push.

You’ll have control over the 4,700 lights and 1,200 fountains. Tell us that’s not the most extravagant experience in Las Vegas.

Extravagant Experience in Las Vegas

Now you have it! A sampling of some of the most expensive, outrageous, or indulgent experiences in Las Vegas. We all have things we love to indulge in, be that dining, nightlife, or luxurious accommodations.

Perhaps you’re not planning on blowing the bank on one of these ideas, but what do you save your pennies for? Tell us what makes Las Vegas your favorite destination and why!

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