You may have seen our recent post about the world’s most expensive resort that costs a whopping massive $100,000 a night.
But you won’t believe your eyes when you see how much the world’s most expensive hotel room costs.
The Empathy Suite in Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is quite literally a work of art. And it will reportedly set you back $200,000 a night!
Just unveiled last week, the Empathy Suite is a sky villa exclusively designed by artist Damien Hirst for Palms Casino Resort.
This two-level suite is a whopping 9,000 square feet and comes with two master bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths.
Each bedroom features unique modern pieces of art and private massage rooms.
The all-marble bathrooms are spacious and overlook a stunning view of the Las Vegas cityscape. They are adorned in artwork of butterflies, a motif you’ll find throughout the suite.
The living room can comfortably hold 52 guests and features sofas that have been hand-crafted in Italian leather.
The dining room also offers a stunning view of the cityscape.
A game room makes a perfect place for guests to relax and have some fun, with pool tables and more works of art on display. There’s also an entertainment center for guests to watch their favorite film or catch the game.
If relaxing outside is more your style, the covered balcony offers comfortable lounge chairs and a cantilevered Jacuzzi that suspends over the city. More signature mosaic butterflies are scattered throughout.
But the highlight of the Empathy Suite is its 13-seat bar, which is a work of art in itself.
The bar top overlay contains medical waste items like surgical gloves and masks (another theme scattered around the suite with art displayed in pill cabinets), while an original Hirst piece hangs overhead.
This piece is titled “Here for a good night, not for a long night” and is comprised of a skeletal marlin displayed next to a taxidermy marlin.
But Damien Hirst isn’t the only famous contemporary artist whose work is featured here. Other artists include Jean-Michel Basquiat, Eric Haze, Felipe Pantone, and Andy Warhol.
As part of your stay, guests receive 24-hour butler service, VIP access to A-list events at the Kaos Nightclub and Pearl Concert Theater, a 24-hour chauffeur, and $10,000 dollar resort credit.
Of course, this suite requires a minimum two-night stay.
What do you think of the Empathy Suite at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas? Do you think it would be worth the cost to stay in a work of art?
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