The Rundown’s Lowdown On Vegas

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Half the fun of staying in Vegas is gambling on who can snag the most ridiculous room amenities. From leather whips to 24-hour butlers to in-room bowling alleys, here’s your rundown of the top VIP suites for living large in Sin City.         

Sexy Time: The Provocateur Suite at Hard Rock Hotel (pictured) With a cinema-style video projection screen showing adult movies above an enormous bed (the equivalent of three queen-size beds), this sexy black-and-red accented pleasure chamber is begging to be shared with friends — and also, “friends.” There’s even a steel cage in the bathroom, a secret vault full of handcuffs, sexy outfits, and leather dominatrix gear. If you find yourself with a solo moment, flick a switch in your bed and silhouettes of women appear. 4455 Paradise Rd., Paradise (800-473-7625). $3,000-12,000 per night.

Sports Zone: The Kingpin Suite at The Palms With a regulation two-lane bowling alley surrounded by HD video projection screens and a full bar/lounge area stacked with sofas above plush black carpet, this is bowling as it was meant to be. The retro-style party pad also features a pool table, a separate lounge area with wet bar and multiple LCD/ theatre projection screens, as well as bowling lane lights for bowling after dark. Or just chilling with 100 or so of your best friends. 4321 W. Flamingo Rd., Off-Strip (877-815-1765). $7,500-15,000 per night.

Bird’s Eye: Skylofts at MGM Grand Perched on the top two floors of the MGM Grand, these new suites sprawl over two impossibly chic, uber-contemporary levels featuring a glass staircase, sound systems pumping iPods throughout the loft and shower, and your own personal 24-hour butler. But the real action takes place on the 780-square-foot patio, where you can relax on the sofas with a glass of champagne and enjoy one of the best views in Vegas.3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S., The Strip (877-646-5638.) $750-10,000 per night.

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