Let us introduce you to the Empathy Suite at the Palm's hotel in Las Vegas, yes you heard that right the most expensive hotel suite in the World is in Las Vegas and you can stay there for a $100,000 a night!
The two-story, ultra-luxury suite was designed by artist Damien Hirst in collab with Bental & Bental, and it's dizzying spectacle of taxidermied sharks, stunning views of the strip and lots of butterfly motifs.
Spread out over a sprawling 9,000 square feet, the baller suite features six original works from Hirst, custom furniture and textiles with Hirst motifs, and gray marble accents, all encased in floor-to-ceiling windows to take in sky-high views of the Strip.
The bedrooms feature butterfly decals on the floor, walls, headboards, and textiles.
According to Vogue, the suite is called The Empathy Suite because Hirts wants guests “to feel empathy when you’re in it; empathy with all your friends wherever they are and whether you’re with them or not and to feel empathy when you’re spending the night with them in the suite and empathy with the whole world the morning after."
As the most expensive in the world, the room is reserved for only the most valued high rollers and includes luxe amenities like 24-hour butlers, chauffeured car service, and A-list access to on-site entertainment.
This suite is part of the Palms $690 million renovations, which also accommodates other insane suites like The Kingpin Suite, striking homage to the bowling Kingpin classic.
The Empathy Suite has a two-night minimum that'll set you back $200,000. So if you're going all out in Vegas anyway, you might as well do it in a suite that basically doubles as be a private museum.