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Las Vegas Palms' $100k a Night Empathy Suite Named One of 'World’s Greatest Places'

Chad Weiser

Ever wondered what a $100k a night hotel suite looks like? Well, here it is.

Named one of Time magazine's "World Greatest Places," the Empathy Suite at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is ridiculously insane.

The Empathy Suite is a Sky Villa designed by world-renowned artist Damien Hirst, which debuted in March of 2019. The stunning suite is one of the world’s most expensive hotel room at a whopping $200,000 for a two-night stay.

The spectacular room has many original pieces from Hirst’s collection, including a custom butterfly-motif mosaic-tiled cantilevered pool overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.

The 9,000 square-foot, two-story hotel suite is the first and only of its kind featuring a collection of contemporary art at this scale.

Designed in collaboration with award-winning firm Bentel & Bentel, Hirst’s personal touch appears in nearly every aspect of the villa: from specially designed furniture and textiles that incorporate Hirst’s signature spin designs, butterfly and pharmacy motifs, to large scale works of art, including a large pill cabinet filled with diamonds.

Overnight accommodations in this extraordinary suite also involve a highly personalized and exclusive guest experience while at the property, including 24-hour butler service, over-the-top welcome amenities, a private behind-the-scenes art tour of the suite and entire property and chauffeured car service throughout the stay.

Also included is A-list access to Palms’premiere amenities, such as KAOS Dayclub & Nightclub, the Pearl Concert Theater and the Palms’ world-class recording studio and a $10,000 credit to utilize at the resort.

Yeah, seems pretty "great" to us too.