The Most Expensive Casino Hotel Rooms in the World

Casino de Paris at night

Gambling Mecca’s such as Vegas and Macau are chock full of hotel rooms to meet every time of demand from every type of casino tourist. Las Vegas alone has more than 150,000 rooms to chose from, from thrifty economy to budget-busting luxury. Join us as we sneak a peek at some of the most expensive casino hotel rooms in the world.

Premio Bella Suite at The Venetian, Macau

Opened in 2007, The Venetian in Macau hosts one biggest casino spaces in the world with over half a million square feet of floor dedicated to the slots and tables. The entire resort is so vast that it comfortably hosts 3,000 rooms, 3,400 slots and 800 gaming tables across 10.5 million square feet!

Across the vast, $2.8 billion hotel, you will find Italian themed gondolier’s, rivers, and columns, but perhaps it is only in the Premio Bella Suite where the opulence of Venetian is most readily seen. It is decorated with furnishings inspired by gondolas, marble bathrooms inspired by Rome as well as, of course, the very best Venetian blown glass. Beyond the opulent furnishings, a private gym, 24-hour butler service, and access to the magnificent Venetian pools are on offer for those happy to pay the $4,000 per night rate.

Chairman’s Suite at The Bellagio, Las Vegas

The first of four Vegas entries on our list expensive casino hotel rooms, comes the elegance and style of The Bellagio. With 3,950 rooms, it takes something special to stand out from the crowd, and The Chairman’s Suite certainly does that! The lavish experience commences on arrival, as you will be greeted by a private limousine on arrival at the airport.

Once at the hotel, the approach to the suite is across a suspended walkway which stretches across a reflecting pool. Inside the suite there are two bedrooms, a bar, 2.5 bathrooms (equipped with Gucci toiletries), a private solarium and indoor garden. This being The Bellagio, where water shows were made famous, the suite even comes with its own water fountain! For those not satisfied with paying the paltry $7,000 nightly charge, The Bellagio will also let you take control of their nightly water show for an eye-watering $250,000!

Chairman’s Suite at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore

Occasionally a hotel is built that truly pushes the limits of what previously was thought possible. The SkyPark at the Marina Bay Sands is certainly one of those expectation defying structures! The infinity pool is the largest in the world, while the 133,472 square feet of “sky space” is home to over 250 different species of trees. It is only fitting, therefore, that the $6.8 billion venue has a spectacular suite, in one of the biggest gambling cities in the world, to match!

The Chairman’s Suite certainly lives up to the grandeur set by the SkyPark. Split over 53rd and 54th floors of the hotel, it contains four bedrooms, two living rooms, Jacuzzis, a sauna, a karaoke room, pool table and even a baby grand piano. A 24-hour butler service will tailor the entertainment and dining on offer to ensure patrons enjoy the customised experience their $17,000 nightly spend deserves!

Caesar's Palace at night

Nobu Villa at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas

Las Vegas can be a wild place. For most visitors, the chaos is a big part of the attraction, and the seemingly non-stop party city works hard to satisfy its clientele. What if, however, the chaos all gets a little too much? Wouldn’t it be nice to have an oasis of tranquillity amid the din? Somewhere to relax and unwind away from the neon-light infused pandemonium?

The good news is that such a place does exist at the Nobu Villa at Caesar’s Palace. The bad news is that will cost you around $35,000 per night! Tranquillity is not the only offer here, as the uber-luxurious, Japanese-inspired villa comes well equipped with all one may need to find inner peace. As well as three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a huge terrace, the villa has its own sushi bar and zen garden. Rumour has it that Ed Sheeran frequents this high-class villa, and you too could get Shivers with architecture designed to invigorate the senses!

The Sky Villa at the Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

The recent renovation of the Palm Casino Resort cost a reported $690 million, and the result is that they have two of the three most expensive casino hotel rooms in the world! The Sky Villa holds the distinct honour of costing $40,000 night and only being the second most expensive its resort has to offer!

The Sky Villa itself is a spectacular as you would expect. It is split over two floors to contain three bedrooms, a gym, sauna, games room and even a fully functioning movie theatre. The suite’s infinity pool catches the eye as well, running the full length of the balcony and offering almost unbeatable views of the famous Vegas skyline.

Diamond Suite at the Hotel de Paris & Casino, Monte-Carlo

The Hotel de Paris in Monte Carlo serves its guests the lavish Monte Carlo lifestyle in spades. From its Michelin-starred restaurant, to the iconic Le Bar American, it has become established as the destination of choice for the world’s elite. Taking over the seventh and eight floors of the hotel is the undoubted jewel in its crown: The Diamond Suite.

The suite takes its inspiration from the iconic Princess Grace and, fittingly, there are pieces of her artwork and souvenirs adorning the walls. The room itself also brings a certain majesty, as a Hamman and sauna are joined by two bedrooms, marble finishing and a luxurious living room. The pièce de résistance however is the incredible outdoor area which hosts an infinity pool and awe-inspiring views of the French Riviera. A night in this extravagant setting will cost you around $48,000 which is the most expensive Monte Carlo has to offer.

Palms Court Resort towers

Empathy Suite at The Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

The most expensive casino hotel room in the world is the Empathy Suite at the Palms Casino Resort and it is the second entry on this list to come from the recently refurbished hotel. Extravagant, extraordinary, and lavish are just some the descriptors that come to mind when you look inside this 9,000 square foot, showstopper room.

Partly designed and decorated by the celebrated artist Damien Hirst, this room features not only his customary style, but also several his works. Here you will find bull sharks suspended in formaldehyde and his “Winner/Loser” work as you explore the suite. In addition to stylish art, the room also comes with two bedrooms, a 13-seater bar, and a salt relaxation room. The outdoor space has unparalleled views of the Vegas strip, which you can enjoy from the infinity-pool and jacuzzi.

The Palms Casino Resort was redeveloped by the San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority, which makes it the very first Native American owned resort in Las Vegas, and the owners spared no expense in making their debut in Sin City remarkable. The Empathy Suite is undoubtedly the icing on top of the $690 million cake, but to stay there is not as easy as pie. The room is reserved exclusively for million-dollar poker players and will cost around $100,000 per night. This makes the suite not only the most expensive casino room in the world, but also one of the most exclusive.

So, there you have it! Our peek behind the curtain of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world is complete. Don’t forget that Casino.com can bring the glitz and glamour of the live casino floor to your home – without the $100,000 per night charge!

Tom Bogues has been working in the gambling industry since 2020. He has a keen interest in all aspects from industry, from the casino floor to industry regulations.

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