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Art-filled hotel suite in Las Vegas now available for at least $200,000 per stay

The suite features works by its designer, British artist Damien Hirst, including two bull sharks suspended in a formaldehyde-filled tank
March 16, 2019 01:40PM

Damien Hirst (Credit: Getty)

The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas recently introduced a two-story, 9,000-square-foot suite available for $200,000 for a minimum two-night stay.

Damien Hirst, a British contemporary artist, designed the suite that features some of his works, including two bull sharks suspended inside a formaldehyde-filled tank and a medicine cabinet packed with 12,500 cubic zirconia “pills” that resemble diamonds.

Also displayed in the Palms Casino Resort suite are works by artists Andy Warhol, Felipe Pantone, Eric Haze and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Other features of the suite include a cantilevered pool and hot tub overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, a curved bar with seating for 13 guests, a pair of lounges that double as media rooms, a salt room for therapeutic treatments, two private massage areas and an exercise room.

The suite, which has two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, comes with a $10,000 resort credit, 24-hour butler service, chauffeured car service, and access to the hotel’s nightclubs and Pearl Theater.

The highest of high rollers – gamblers who spend at least $1 million – may get invitations to stay in the suite free of charge. Though used March 1 for a private event, the suite hasn’t had an overnight guest yet. [Los Angeles Times] – Mike Seemuth