LAS VEGAS, July 19 (UPI) -- A Las Vegas resort is setting the bar for home-away-from-home extravagance, offering a two-story "sky villa" with a Jacuzzi and a butler for $40,000 a night.
Located in the Palms Casino Resort, the Playboy-themed, Hugh Hefner Sky Villa is 10,000-square-feet and has a $700,000 Jacuzzi with breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip, as well as a bed that rotates beneath a mirrored ceiling, the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday.
The posh digs are the most expensive of 101 U.S. hotel suites featured in an annual survey conducted by Elite Traveler, a magazine for readers with average household incomes of more than $5 million.
Also making the list are the Hotel Bel-Air, the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, the Beverly Wilshire, the Setai hotel in Miami, and the Palms' Hardwood Suite, which boasts half a basketball court and a locker room.
Prices of the rooms start at $1,500 and include various perks like an indoor pool, personal chef or use of a Maserati Quattroporte sedan.
Doug Gollan, editor in chief of the New York-based magazine, said an "amazingly huge concentration of wealth" is creating a demand for these high-end suites.