Some things in life simply don’t have a price tag; a Chairman Suite at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino is one of them. The Four-Star hotel doesn’t openly advertise these invite-only rooms — and that’s precisely why we’re giving you an inside look at how celebs, politicians and VIPs stay in style at the Las Vegas resort. Each Chairman Suite is huge — about 10,000 square feet in all — with four bedrooms that include two master suites. If that’s not enough space for the whole posse, standard Bella Suites flank each Chairman Suite, allowing extended family and friends to stay close by.
The biggest difference between these rooms and any other in The Venetian is the décor. While the hotel flaunts a distinctly Italian vibe, the Chairman Suites employ an Asian-influenced style that features Chinese artifacts and art, Tibetan tapestries and carpets, and silk-and-rice-paper wall paneling.
Many visitors to the Chairman Suites come from China, Macau and Singapore, so the individual style suits those specific world travelers. However, The Venetian’s signature style doesn’t go completely out the window, as you’ll still see plenty of gleaming Italian marble and Murano chandeliers that the resort is known for. Individual and private service define the Chairman Suites; each has its own private vanity and barber area, a media room outfitted with video games and a karaoke system, and a butler pantry where meals and drinks can be prepared on the spot. You don’t even have to leave the room for a complete spa experience — a private fitness room, dry sauna, steam room and in-suite massage parlor give you scaled-down versions of what you’d find at the resort’s Canyon Ranch SpaClub.
With 10,000 square feet to fill, the Chairman Suites offer more of everything, including more than 25 flat-screen TVs. Guests enjoy VIP or personal butler check in, private elevator access to the exclusive Paiza Club on the 36th floor and a complimentary Rolls-Royce or Maybach transport.
The Chairman Suite offers the best of everything at The Venetian, but you’ll only get to experience it if you’ve got enough zeros in your bank account and prestige to your name.
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