Bungalow Suites at Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas

Here’s one of the newest hot spots for high rollers in Vegas. The Bungalow Suites go for $10,000 per night, though high rollers can obviously get taken care of!


Dayclubs reopening in Las Vegas

It’s been a long winter. You’ve been watching a lot of TV, and all of your gambling has been done online as you stay up late playing online poker. You’ve been itching to get some warm weather and party by a pool to go with your gambling fix, so now is the time to start planning your trip to Las Vegas! It’s springtime, and the weather is warming up.

This is a great time to hit Vegas as all of the dayclubs are starting to open up again. There are tons of options as Vegas has figured out how to bring the crazy nightlife alive during the day.

This mostly started with the crazy Rehab Sundays at the Hard Rock pool. As you can see from the photo above, this was a wild a crazy party that definitely drew in a younger crowd. All of the nightlife elements like reserving a cabana and buying bottle service were brought to the poolside as well, and when you have girls in bikinis the atmosphere can get even wilder. Ditch Fridays at The Palms also became a huge hit.

You also have mellower options like Bare at The Mirage. They have a DJ and it’s definitely a party, but it caters to a more chill crowd. This is great if you want to relax a bit as well and enjoy the beautiful sites of the pool.

The whole dayclub scene has gotten even more popular now with some of the newer and trendier casinos like The Cosmopolitan which features the Marquee Dayclub. Here you definitely get the more upscale crowd along with celebrities and many well-known DJs. Cost to get in is usually around $80 per person (not counting local ladies!) so get ready to empty your wallet as well.

These are just many of the new ways that Vegas caters to the party crowd. If you’re a high roller you can expect some VIP treatment from your casino host, but realize that the dayclubs are now one of the more sought after experiences in Vegas.


Katy Perry hits Las Vegas

Katy Perry attends the Grand Opening of 1 OAK Las Vegas and the GiveLove Charity Event. Vegas definitely gets its share of high profile celebs, along with plenty of d-list celebs like Paris Hilton, to hit the red carpet at their events. Many high rollers love being around celebs.

Katy Perry at the Grand Opening of 1 OAK Las Vegas and the GiveLove Charity Event. (Las Vegas, Nevada)

Holly Madison parties in Vegas for Halloween

Holly Madison hosted her 3rd Annual Hollyween at Studio 54 in the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino last night complete with a sexiest costume competition and special performance by PEEPSHOW and E!’s ”Holly’s World” castmate Josh Strickland.


Real estate opportunities in Las Vegas for high rollers

High rollers who visit Las Vegas have it pretty good at the casinos. They get huge suites and tons of comps, and casino hosts cater to their every need. For that reason, it would be crazy for most high rollers to consider buying real estate in Las Vegas.

That said, the carnage in the Las Vegas real estate market is now starting to hit expensive homes as well.

In Las Vegas, which has the highest foreclosure rate among large U.S. cities, the wave of defaults that began with subprime borrowers and the unemployed has spread to upscale homeowners who see no point in staying, even if they can afford to. “You feel like a sucker if you’re paying a $5 million mortgage on a house that’s worth $2 million,” says broker Zar Zanganeh.

In the first quarter, 30 homes in Clark County, which encompasses the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding residential areas, with mortgages exceeding $1 million were repossessed by banks or bought by third parties in foreclosure sales. That’s up from 20 homes a year earlier, according to ForeclosureRadar, a company that tracks defaults. Short sales, in which the bank agrees to accept less than the loan balance, and bank-owned properties accounted for about three-quarters of all home sales in the period, according to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors.

For some high rollers, having huge home in Vegas can have additional perks. You can stay in the city for a long time and get away from the casinos when you need a break. You can also have a spot for some serious parties with all the sugar babies you meet in the casinos! So if you have the resources, it might be time to take advantage of the incredible deals in Las Vegas and pick up a party house.


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