The world’s most expensive hotel suite was designed by Damien Hirst and is located in Las Vegas, USA. Discover what makes this hotel suite so special.
At The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, you can stay in a $100,000-per-night suite that offers a first-of-its-kind villa. This luxurious suite was designed entirely by Damien Hirst in collaboration with award-winning architecture firm Bentel & Bentel. Let’s see what makes this 9,000 square feet hotel suite worth the price!
Collection of contemporary art
When entering the Empathy Suite, you will be greeted by Winner/Loser, Hirst’s iconic artwork featuring two bull sharks suspended in formaldehyde. More than a hotel suite, the Empathy Suite houses a collection of contemporary art. It showcases six of Hirst’s original works as well as original pieces from various series by Britain’s richest artist, including a butterfly-motif tiled cantilevered pool.
A 13-seat curved bar
Want to have a drink with a bunch of friends? The hotel suite has its own bar located on the first floor. Created by Hirst, it is filled with medical waste to juxtapose the various pill cabinets on display throughout the rest of the villa.
Hanging directly above the bar is Hirst’s Here for a Good Time, Not a Long Time (2018), which includes one vitrine of a marlin skeleton, and another with a taxidermy marlin
The Media Lounge
The hotel suite has also its own media lounge that accommodates up to 52 guests, with Hirst-designed furniture, drapery, carpeting, and sofas.
The suite offers two master bedrooms. Each bedroom offers a California-king size bed, palatial closets, and en-suite bathrooms.
The Game Room
In addition to the massage rooms, the salt relaxation room, the powder room, and the gym, this hotel suite has also its game room to spend a great time with friends and family.
The Empathy Suite includes 24-hour butler service as well as a private art tour, a chauffeured car service, a $10,000 resort credit, ‘A-list access’ to the day and nightclubs and recording studio, and more.
We hope you enjoyed this look into the world’s most expensive hotel suite!