Casinos have always attracted the wealthiest of clients, who wish to relax in style and have the money to do so. Aside from their table games, this has meant many casinos have also built resorts around their main offering. From theme parks to art galleries and eateries, most are a sum of their parts. This has meant accommodation needs to be provided and, in some cases, highly lavish residences get built. Below, we give the world’s most expensive casino suites. 

The Empathy Suite, Palms Casino Resort

You don’t have to visit Vegas to have a great gambling experience. Many online casinos provide a worthy alternative. With a host of games and casino offers for new players, these mobile sites can allow you to play while on the move, going on a business trip, or on the way to a meeting. However, if you want to mix a casino with a stylish holiday, they don’t come much better than The Empathy Suite. 

The draw with this suite is that it was designed by artist Damien Hirst. Known as one of The Sensationalists, a group who crashed the British art scene of the nineties, his works have been both controversial, ground-breaking, and extremely expensive. Love him or hate him, you won’t be able to resist this two-story sky villa. It has a salt relaxation room, 13-seater bar, fitness room, and 24-hour butler service. 

It also provides unrivaled views of the strip as a cantilever pool with a jacuzzi gives you vistas over the city. Costing $100,000 a night, it is the domain of high-rolling poker players, though this does include $10,000 or credit to spend at the casino itself. 

Villa de Stephen 13 Hotel casino

Villa de Stephen, 13 Hotel

The 13 Hotel sounds unlucky, but not for those that get to stay in this $ 80,000-a-night jewel in Macau it is anything but. The hotel itself is the most expensive ever built with around $7 million invested in creating and decorating each room. 

Inspired by King Louis XIII, it has all the trappings of the French aristocracy and their excess. Baroque-style paintings sit alongside crushed velvet curtains and gold leaf fittings. While most hotels opt for an infinity pool, this chooses a Roman bath for eight people with vaulted ceilings and crystal chandeliers. If you want to venture out of the hotel, you can summon your 24-hour butler service. After they take you in a private elevator, you will find a fleet of Rolls Royce cars at your disposal. 

Diamond Suite, Hotel de Paris & Casino

The fortunes of this principality have been intrinsically linked to gambling, so it stands to reason that one of the most expensive casino suites would be in Monte Carlo. The Hotel de Paris & Casino itself is a luxurious sight to behold, with Michelin-starred restaurants and world-class service. Travel up to the higher echelons of the casino on the seventh and eighth floors and this gets even truer as you enter the Diamond Suite. 

Princess Grace is the theme of the room. Grace Kelly was an American actress who married Prince Rainier III of Monte Carlo in 1956. Artworks created by her, belongings, and trinkets are used as decoration in the room itself. Resplendent in marble, it has an infinity pool that gives you views over the coast. At $48,000 a night it is the priciest suite in this most expensive of countries.