By Tess Eyrich | October 3, 2016 | Lifestyle
Planning your next guys’ night in? The lavish suites and dude-friendly amenities at these Vegas resorts make leaving the property a thing of the past.
Offering 2,465 square feet of space, complimentary butler service, and floor-to-ceiling views of the Strip, Aria’s multilevel Sky Villas are fitting backdrops for the ultimate high-roller experience.
On the Agenda: Don’t skip R&R at Aria’s Sky Pool, a toned-down retreat designed exclusively for suite guests; drinks at the resort’s 90-screen sports book; and dinner at Carbone—or brunch the next morning at Bardot Brasserie. 877-580-2742
Situated next to the Marquee Dayclub Pool, the Cosmopolitan’s three-story bungalows come complete with private terraces, heated plunge pools, and plush media lounges.
On the Agenda: You’re only a short walk from Chris Santos’s jewel-like new restaurant Beauty & Essex. From there, head to a show at the Chelsea Theater or grab nightcaps at first-floor hot spot Clique Lounge. 702-698-7575
The largest of Encore’s Tower Suites are its two-level, 5,829-square-foot duplexes, each home to three bedrooms and dedicated massage and billiard rooms.
On the Agenda: Booking a duplex includes the use of a daily cabana. When you’re not as the pool, make a beeline for the Tom Fazio-designed Wynn Golf Club, high-tech Encore Players Lounge, or intimate nightclub Intrigue. 702-770-7077
Tucked inside Caesars Palace, a major highlight of the world’s first-ever Nobu Hotel is its collection of penthouse suites outfitted with sleek leather furnishings, pool tables, and 90-inch TVs.
On the Agenda: Meals at Nobu Restaurant and Guy Savoy are necessities, as are stops by Caesars’ sprawling Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis and newly opened Montecristo Cigar Bar. 800-727-4923
A centerpiece of Palms Casino Resort’s Fantasy Tower, the storied Hardwood Suite boasts its own 30’-by-30’ basketball court, professional locker room, and NBA-size foldout beds.
On the Agenda: If you need help convincing your friends to leave the suite, try tempting them with dinner at Palms’ Michelin-starred restaurant, Alizé, and late-night drinks at Ghostbar. 702-942-7777
Perfect for larger parties, Red Rock’s 6,000-square-foot suite includes two bedrooms, a massive rotating couch, and a full bar—plus spectacular panoramas of the Strip and canyons.
On the Agenda: Be sure to schedule visits to the resort’s sports book, bowling alley, and restaurants like Hearthstone, Libre, and T-Bones Chophouse. 702-797-7777
Venetian’s ornate penthouse suites feature two bedrooms and massive bathrooms with jetted tubs, a formal dining area with seating for eight guests, and luxe design details like Italian marble floors.
On the Agenda: It would be remiss of you not to check out chef Emeril’s famous steakhouse Delmonico and colossal sports bar, Lagasse’s Stadium, along with Lavo’s second-story Casino Club. 702-414-1000
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