Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas Unveils Damien Hirst-Designed Suite for US$200,000 2 Night Stay | SENATUS



Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas Unveils Damien Hirst-Designed Suite for US$200,000 2 Night Stay

25 March 2019

By Natalie White

The Palms Casino resort in Las Vegas has unveiled what is the most expensive hotel suite stay in the world, with the two-storey Empathy Suite designed by Damien Hirst.

Six of the Hirst's artworks feature in the accommodation, including Winner/Loser, which sees two bull sharks suspended in formaldehyde in a tank.

The two-bedroom suite spans 840 sqm features a pool and outdoor terrace overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, as well as furniture and textiles using some of Hirst’s signature designs and motifs, including a medicine cabinet filled with diamonds.

There is also a 13-seat bar and two lounge areas, accommodating up to 52 guests, all featuring Hirst-designed furniture and furnishings.

Other facilities include a private healing salt room, two massage rooms and a fitness room. Guests also receive 24-hour butler service and a chauffeur car service during their stay.

The Empathy Suite joins the resort’s other five Sky Villas, all of which have been designed by Bentel & Bentel Architects.

Jon Gray, general manager of Palms Casino Resort, added "The Empathy Suite designed by Damien Hirst is the pinnacle of luxury combining museum-worthy art and a truly legendary hospitality experience."

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