We’re only days away from the Super Bowl, and anyone who saw those recent playoff games will be dying to buy a ticket to Arizona for the grand finale.
Can’t make it to Arizona? Don’t worry. The next best thing to attending in person is watching the game from Las Vegas—and to properly celebrate the Super Bowl from Sin City, Luxe Lavs contributors Angela Fairhurst and Natalie Compagno found four High Roller Suites with equally luxurious bathrooms to match the decadence of your stay.
Mandarin Oriental Hotels are known worldwide for their stunning suites. Its Vegas property has three Presidential suites, each incorporating a sprawling view of the Strip into its aesthetic.
One favorite, the Mandarin Suite, is 3,100 square feet and includes a full workout area, so you can train to compete with the athletes—or just to look good by the pool. For the ultimate Super Bowl experience, you can rent out the suite for the day. The best part? It comes with full catering. Tailgate lovers can choose the burgers and wings style menu, or, for more of a luxury box vibe, choose the foie gras and truffle fries.
The bathroom is equally extravagant. Shanghai Tang amenities—shampoo, conditioner, body wash and lotion—sit perched in a jewelry box alongside fresh flowers and Frette towels, which add a softening touch to the sleek architectural design.
Ready to book? This suite isn’t available online. You’ll have to call the sales department directly.
What would a trip to Vegas be without making a pitstop at Caesars Palace? The Penthouses in the Nobu Hotel at Caesars are ideal for any over-the-top party. All suites come equipped with an enormous 90-inch 3-D flat screen television, so you might just forget you’re not actually there at the stadium.
The décor is Japanese chic meets mid-century modern. With a separate dining area, these suites are the only hotel rooms in the country where you can order room service from the world-renowned Nobu Restaurant. During halftime, the games don’t have to stop; with the purple billiards table in the grand room, the competition can continue while you listen to Katy Perry belt out the halfway show.
The Feng Shui bathrooms feature a Japanese style shower with a bamboo stool and a removable shower head. The Penthouses also feature a freestanding bathtub with Natura Bisse products.
Ranging from 2,000 to 7,000 square feet with wall-to-wall windows, the Aria Sky Villas are designed for the most selective guests. These one and two-story retreats essentially function as private estates. With 24/7 complimentary dining, snacks and free-flowing wine, you can forgo leaving the room.
An en suite beauty salon makes looking good for the festivities easy. The sophisticated chic décor and innovative one-touch room technology spreads to the spa-like bathroom as well. Featuring an air bath with champagne bubbles, a bidet, sauna, Washlet with a heated seat, microfiber slippers, robe, and a flat screen television, you could be perfectly comfortable watching the game from the bathroom.
Hey, Seahawks fans. What if it’s the fourth quarter, the Patriots are in the lead, and you want to place a last-minute bet? If you’re staying at the Presidential Suite at the Palazzo, placing that bet is just a phone call away. The Presidential Suite features a media room with theater seating, so you can watch the game in style.
At 6,000 square feet, the suite features multiple bedrooms, a massage room, a workout room, a salon area, a dining room, a living room, and a wet bar. Did we mention you’ll have 24-hour butler service, too?
The marbled bathrooms have 200-square-foot baths with jetted hot tubs, glass-enclosed dual-head showers with steam control settings, his and her sinks, two spa bathtubs, and two steam showers. After the game, it’ll be time to slip into the rose petal adorned tub, start the fire, and celebrate—hopefully.
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By Angela Fairhurst and Natalie Compagno for PeterGreenberg.com