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10 Stylish Las Vegas Suites You Can Actually Afford

Last updated: February 22, 2017 at 6:16 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels. 1 Comment on 10 Stylish Las Vegas Suites You Can Actually Afford.

Have you ever wanted to splurge on a Las Vegas hotel suite? Of course you have. We all want to, but let’s face it — not all of us have a wallet like Calvin Harris or VIP casino players. But we’re here to let you in on a secret: Getting a suite in Vegas is not impossible. Far from it. Check out our 10 favorite suites you can actually book without cashing out all your savings. Your Vegas trip is about to go up a notch.

Harrah’s Las Vegas

Designed for The sophisticate: Valley Tower Executive Suite 

Harrah's Las Vegas hotel suites are sophisticated in style and luxury

Square feet: 600
Why stay here: Bar sink with mini fridge, electronic docking station, a vanity and luxury tub in the bathroom

Harrah’s Las Vegas revamped its Valley Tower rooms (you can read more about the Harrah’s Las Vegas room updates) and they sure are spiffy. It’s like renting your own stylish condo, right in the center of the Las Vegas Strip. It comes with its own living area and dining space, and the dark wood furnishings and plum tones give it a sleek look. Even if your guests want to stay a while, you can rest your pretty head in your room — there’s a sliding door that separates you from your night owl companions. We dig the bench seat at the dining table. You’ll catch us sipping our drink while gazing out the window.

Paris LAS VEGAS

for the romantic weekend: Charlemagne Suite 

Paris Las Vegas hotel suites have been remodeled Charlemagne suites

Square feet: 860 – 1,000
Why stay here: Whirlpool tub and remarkable views of Vegas’ Eiffel Tower

Ooh la la! We get a thrill just by looking at Paris Las Vegas’ remodeled Charlemagne suite. Taking your sweetie to Vegas? This is our pick for the romantic weekend getaway. If you’re planning a wedding ceremony at the hotel, the suite’s ample living room and dining space makes for a beautiful reception area. There’s an iHome docking station, so make sure you have your wedding soundtrack on hand. Plus, you and your party can toast and sip Champagne while admiring views of the Eiffel Tower. If you love this room, check out the other remodeled Paris Las Vegas suites.

Flamingo Las Vegas

the bachelorette pad: cosmopolitan suite

Flamingo Las Vegas hotel suites are perfect for bachelorette parties

Square feet: 800 – 900
Why stay here: Premium sound system and a killer view of the 550-foot-tall High Roller wheel.

Girls just wanna have fun and this is the ultimate gal suite. The Flamingo Las Vegas Cosmopolitan Suite proves it’s far from ordinary. Its pin-striped accent wall, trendy chandelier and hot pink touches say it all. Get hyped up with the suite’s sound system and after your crazy weekend, the suite’s jetted bathtub is the perfect place to unwind.

the bachelorette pad, part II: Forever Fab Suite

Flamingo Las Vegas hotel suites have plenty of space for bachelorette parties

Square feet: Up to 1,600
Why stay here: Wet bar, dining area and tons of space.

We really couldn’t decide between the two Flamingo suites, so what the hey — we added both. For the price and square footage, Flamingo’s Forever Fab suite is our favorite deal. Not only is it a splendid location for a bachelorette photo shoot, we love all the different sections of the living room. You can have a drink at the wet bar, eat in the dining area or recap your wild weekend on either of the two sofas. Our only question is, how can we convince the front desk to give us that record player wall art?

The Cromwell

the throwback party: Parlour Suite

The Cromwell's Las Vegas hotel suites are ideal for a throwback party

Square feet: 723
Why stay here: Spacious seating area, unique retro vibe, rain / steam shower

Whether you want to host a masquerade, Great Gatsby-style or any kind of vintage party, The Cromwell’s Parlour suite provides a glam setting. After all, it’s not every day you see paintings of a cat or dog rocking a top hat. Other unique touches include hardwood floors, a full-size refrigerator, a huge steam shower and a vanity wall, which will come in handy when you’re dolling up for your hotel party. The Strip view is not too shabby, either.

The LINQ 

the cool kids: King Junior Suite 

The LINQ's Las Vegas hotel suites are perfect for kids and gamers

Square feet: About 600
Why stay here: Charging stations with USB ports, in-room board games

If you’re the life of the party, this room seals the deal. The LINQ King Junior Suite is perfect for the young at heart. There’s a bar table, plenty of seating and get this — board game room service. We firmly believe a game of Twister will kick start your evening just right. The suite also comes with two charging stations with USB ports and an LED flat-screen TV. Plus, you’re a quick walk to The LINQ Promenade, which offers everything from live concerts and restaurants to bars and The High Roller wheel. Let the games begin.

the pool junkies and “baywatch” babes: Poolside Cabana suite 

The LINQ's Las Vegas hotel suites have poolside service all day and night

Square feet: 300
Why stay here: Poolside service from the pool’s bar and walking distance to the pool.

Summer, summer, summertime — time to sit back and rewind. You’ll be singing DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince’s “Summertime” jam in no time after staying in The LINQ’s poolside cabana suite. You get your own private patio, complete with food and drink service from the pool bar. If you ever wished you could just stay in a cabana all day and all night, this is up your alley. It’s not as big as a typical suite, but not many suites have a pool seconds away from their bed. Plus, you’re knocking out room and cabana costs in one punch. Electronic features include USB charging stations and an LED flat-screen TV.

Note: While the pool may not be open at night (no lifeguard on duty), you can still have an all-night soiree on your patio, complete with swoon-worthy views.

Caesars Palace 

the fresh and dapper crowd: Julius Executive Suite 

Remodeled Caesars Palace Las Vegas hotel suites

Square feet: 918 – 1,086
Why stay here: Luxurious yet spunky decor, stone and glass-adorned bathroom, double-sink vanity

You’ve all seen them — guys who pair a well-tailored suit with a flashy, unique tie. The remodeled Caesars Palace Julius executive suite does the same thing. It pairs neutral colors and classy furnishings with edgy, pin-striped touches. This living room is the prime spot to hold interesting conversations… maybe even talk in a fancy accent. We’re all for it. After you’re done discussing the economy or philosophical topics (or just where to get the finest cocktail or cigars), you’re only an elevator ride away from all the action — this tower is located in the heart of the casino.

The shopaholic’s headquarters: Forum Classic Suite 

Forum Classic Las Vegas hotel suites at Caesars Palace are a shoppers dream

Square feet: 350 – 395
Why stay here: Spa-like bathroom amenities, close to The Forum Shops

Location, location, location. If you’re a shopaholic, look no further. You’re not too far from The Forum Shops, so you can shop ’til you drop… right onto this plush lounger, complete with its own ottoman. The Forum hotel tower is located near Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, so just steps away from The Forum Shops entrance and Colosseum showroom. But don’t just spoil yourself with a shopping spree — the pampering continues with your own jetted bathtub and multi-head shower. If you’re bringing your fellow shopaholic friends, you have the option of adding a connecting room. And with all the shopping you’ve done, you can host one big fashion show here.

Planet Hollywood resort & casino 

the party of the century: Ultra Boulevard Suite 

Planet Hollywood Las Vegas hotel suites are make a great party room

Square feet: 1,800+
Why stay here: This swing is everything. Plus, you have the option of splurging on a two-bedroom upgrade.

Who needs a club and pricey bottle service? The party’s in your room, baby. Plus, the swing adds a bit of spunk to the suite. We’re sure you’ll be taking selfies here all night. This Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Ultra Boulevard suite may be the priciest one on our list, but for good reason. If you and a dozen of your friends chip in, it’s less than $100 per person. You can host football or basketball viewing parties, kick off your bro-cation (or gal’s trip) with a party or just fill your Instagram feed with the zaniest posts. Plus you have a sweet view of the Strip and a lounge-style living room with a huge sectional couch. (Did we mention the swing?) We doubt there’ll be a lot of sleeping going on — this suite is bound to be a party location 24/7.

Like what you see, but want to see even more? Take a look at more Las Vegas hotel suites and rooms.

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I live for a crazy Vegas adventure, but not in ways you may think. Sure, our nightlife scene is all fun and dandy, but I love discovering all of the city's vegan options, relaxing in hotel rooms and seeing the best concerts - no matter how big or small the crowd may be. Since I've ditched the rain in Seattle two decades ago, I graduated from UNLV and covered Las Vegas entertainment articles for Vegas.com, the LA Times and our very own Total Vegas Blog. When I'm not writing, you'll find me spending time with my husband, toddler and two pets.

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  1. Some great deals here… who would have thought these rooms were available at these prices? 🙂

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