The Empathy Suite @ The Palms Casino Hotel
Perhaps The Most Expensive Hotel Room
The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas has introduced the Empathy Suite, a Sky Villa designed by artist Damien Hirst. Priced at $200,000 for a two-night stay, the Empathy Suite is one of the world’s most expensive hotel accommodations. The two-story hotel suite is 9,000 square feet and features a custom butterfly-motif mosaic and collection of contemporary art. In addition to 24-hour butler service, guests will receive chauffer service, a $10,000 credit at the resort and access to A-list events at the Palms like KAOS Dayclub & Nightclub and the Pearl Concert Theater.
In addition to the full bar and a glass block with sharks, there are two master bedrooms feature unique artwork, California-King beds and spacious closets. They also have massage rooms for those who want to relax further. The Empathy Suite has two-and-a-half marble bathrooms with stone butterflies, double sinks and ample lighting for guests to do their makeup.
The dining room seats eight guests which make for a great place to enjoy a culinary experience and views of Las Vegas at night. The living rooms are spacious with plenty of neutral-colored seating options like Italian leather couches with cozy pillows. The living rooms and media lounge can seat up to 52 people. The balcony of the Empathy Suite is a fantastic space with a cantilevered jacuzzi that features mosaic inlaid butterflies and overlooks the Vegas Strip.
Of course you can’t just go the website and reserve the room. You must call and convince the Palms Hotel that you are worthy and they will consider your request. Very posh.