Inside the World’s Most Expensive Hotel Suite, Designed by Damien Hirst


Empathy Suite Designed by Damien Hirst
Winner/Loser, 2018 – The famous installation bull sharks in formaldehyde serves as a room divider.

Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas has just unveiled the Empathy Suite, a two-story Sky Villa designed by Damien Hirst in conjunction with the architecture firm Bentel & Bentel. The 9,000-square-foot suite on the 34th floor costs $100,000 a night, and there’s a two-night stay requirement. Or, available for free for guests with over $1 million high-roller casino credit line.

The aptly titled bar, Here for a Good Time Not a Long Time (2018).

Inside, the two-story suite, features six original Hirst pieces, original design elements, custom furnishings and fabrics.

The media lounge can accommodate up to 52 guests

The Sky Villa includes two master bedrooms, two bathrooms , a powder room, a gym, a massage room, a salt therapy room, and a cantilevered outdoor pool overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.

Oh, and did we mention the 24-hour butler and chauffeured car service?

The master bedroom of the Empathy Suite.

“I love what Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta have done with the Palms. It’s amazing being able to work with them because they are great collectors and totally understand art,” said Hirst said in a statement. “They have allowed me to create a suite in the hotel and design everything and completely fill it with my art.”

To learn more about the suite and its grand offerings, visit Palms’ official website.Most Expensive Hotel Suite

Photos Courtesy of Palms Casino Resorts


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