Going To Vegas
High Rollers
High Rollers

Las Vegas for the High Roller

Sun, Mar 03, 2013

Not everyone can be big balling, but maybe you are. Vegas was made for the high roller from upper limit tables and machines, to exclusive clubs, limos around every corner, and some of the finest restaurants in the world. We’re going to show you how to high rollers spend their time in Vegas.


The nicest suites in Vegas are on the Strip or just off the Strip down Flamingo at the Rio, the Palms, or Playboy next to the Palms.

The newest and most modern rooms are within CityCenter, particularly Aria Resort Casino. If Downtown is your thing, the Golden Nugget has some of the largest suites in Vegas. The Hard Rock just down Harmon from the Strip also has some amazing rooms for the right price, along with world famous nightlife and neighboring bars and clubs with an alternative feel. Red Rock Resorts is located in a more suburban area, but has some of the largest and most luxurious suites around with high-tech accommodations and private butlers.


Perhaps the most famed shows in town include O at Bellagio, Phantom at the Venetian, and LOVE at the Mirage. Hard Rock House of Blues has the most intimate and hottest concerts, and MGM Grand Garden and Mandalay host the largest venues including concerts, UFC, and boxing. The Colosseum and Caesar’s Palace brings all kinds of star power including Cher and other shows and events.


For fine dining, you have a list of options. The most popular may be Spago by Wolfgang Puck, others include Aureole with a three story wine tower, Morels at the beautiful Palazzo, Alex at the Wynn, Picasso as won a number of awards located in Bellagio, and Bradley Ogden is well-known for fine dining at Caesars. If you like a view try Mix at THEhotel at Mandalay Bay, Sage at Aria, or Twist at Mandarin Oriental.


There are a million Nightclubs in Vegas, and all of them catering to high rollers, with bottle service, private booths and tables, and all of the other luxuries. The most exclusive nightclubs include the Foundation Room in Mandalay Bay, Moon/ Playboy Club at Palms, LAX at Luxor, Eve at Crystals in CityCenter, Vanity at Hard Rock’s new HRH Tower, Tao at Venetian, Pure at Caesars, and The Bank at Bellagio.


Every Hotel on the Strip has a Spa, and most of them are pretty amazing. For the high roller, the most popular include Aquae Sulis at the JW Marriot, Canyon Ranch SpaClub at Venetian is the largest in America at 69,000 sq ft, Drift Spa at Caesars has the only Arctic Ice Room in Vegas, Drift Sap at Palms Place has the cities only Turkish Bath, and for a Zen Garden Massage go to The Spa at The Four Seasons.


After your spa treatment how about a few rounds of golf? If you’re a high roller staying at the Wynn you can check out the Fazio-designed championship golf course. Rio Secco is for the big spenders at any of the Harrah’s properties. If you’re staying at an MGM Mirage property than you can get into the exclusive Shadow Creek golf course.


If you are looking for higher limits, than you want to stick to casinos around the Strip. Particularly Caesars, Mirage, Bellagio, Mandalay, Venetian, Palms, and MGM almost always host tables with $100+ per hand lower limits. Every casino caters to big spenders when it comes to gambling though. While you’re there, say what’s up to the pit boss while your stacking $100 chips on red, and ask him about golf/spa/whichever club is in the casino, and there is a good chance you’re going to get it for free.


There is a limo around every corner in Vegas, so there’s no reason to travel any other way if you have the means. If you have a group with you, you may want to look into some of the custom limos, like stretch Hummers to get your group from one end of the Strip to another.