5 Secret Hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada
Believe it or not, some of the best luxury hotels in Las Vegas are hidden gems sitting right before your eyes. From private street entrances and champagne bubble baths toÂ wireless remote systems controlling lighting, TVs, music system and drapes, if you’re a high roller and you’ve got some extra money to splurge, Forbes.com compiled A High Roller’s Guide to Las Vegas’ Secret Hotels. Check out a few of the luxe hotels we rarely hear about.
The Mansion (MGM Grand): For about $5,000 a night during low season rates guests can indulge in unlimited chauffeured in-town transportation and airport transfers in the hotel’s fleet of Rolls Royce Phantoms, Â an over-sized villas with a full-time butler, and an slew of lavish amenities such as full-size private swimming pools and hot tubs, professional-style kitchens, wet bars, wood burning fireplaces, private gyms, grand pianos, spa rooms featuring barber chairs and salon sinks, automated Japanese toilets, and home theater media rooms, as well as a mansion.
The Villas at The Mirage:Â Previously, an invite-only hotel, the Villas at the Mirage boasts 3,044 villas and lanai style guest rooms, a dedicated 24-hour butler dispensing special treatments such as nightly fresh flowers at turndown, an over-sized steam shower or Champagne bubble bath, wireless remote systems controlling lighting, TVs, music system and drapes, and there are iMac computers and iPads for guests. Each room has a private patio or backyard with pools, hot tubs, fire pits, bars, dining tables, and outdoor flat-panel televisions.
The smallest one-bedroom lanai can start at $1,500 nightly. Each room spans 2,650 square feet with a private pool, wet bar, large living, dining rooms, and much more.
Nobu Hotel (Caesars Palace): Recognized as a peaceful zen oasis located right in the Caesars Hotel, the Nobu Hotel features a private entrance to sleek rooms, spectacular Japanese-style bathrooms, a separate bell staff, and gourmet mini-bars stocked with Nobu sake and Japanese craft beers.
Skylofts (MGM Grand): For as little as $700, an aspiring high roller can indulge in airport transfers by limo or Rolls Royce, residential-style luxury duplexes that feel like apartments, 24-foot high windows spanning both levels and covered by automated blackout curtains, automated high-tech touch panels, home theaters, mini-offices, Jura robotic baristas, whirlpool infinity bathtubs, and walk-in steam showers. Larger units have a few extras such as billiard tables, and all rooms include personalized stationery, pillow menus, pressing, shoe shines, and VIP access to MGM restaurants and services, and much more.
The Signature at MGM Grand: The MGM Grand, the most budget- friendly hotel of this list, offers rooms starting at under $100 a night. Rooms include kitchenettes with high-end European appliances, whirlpool tubs, separate walk-in showers, and separate living rooms with flat screen HDTV. Even the smallest have both a king- sized bed and queen pullout couch — in separate rooms.