Can you imagine staying in a two-storey apartment of an incredible 836 m2 and having all this space just for yourself? If so, head to Las Vegas, right into the vortex of luxury, money and a countless possibilities.
There's no doubt that no expense has been spared to make this apartment luxurious and everything has been thought out down to the smallest details. Take the pill box inlaid with diamonds as a proof. The apartment features king-size beds with butterflies overhead, spacious bathrooms, a private healing salt cave, two massage rooms and a gym. The outdoor terrace also features a comfortable lounge with breathtaking city views and a swimming pool with a hot tub. And you'll be equally enchanted by the curved bar with 13 bar stools and a 24-hour service, decorated with remarkable fish skeleton ornaments. Moreover, there's enough space for a theater that fits up to 52 people. But one thing about this apartment might be upsetting for you. If you love the underwater world, you might find the idea of sharks conserved in formaldehyde more than a little perverse.
This unique space is the work of British contemporary artist Damien Hirst. His iconic design can be found in the combination of water features and butterflies, which are reflected in the artworks, furnishings and accessories in the room. The result is a collaboration of two architectural firms Bentel & Bentel and Klai Juba Wald Architects. Creating this luxury cost 690,000,000 USD, which is 16,008 000,000 crowns.
If you're swimming in money, you will be able to afford to spend $ 200,000 (CZK 4,640,000) for the most luxurious apartment, all that for just two nights. This round sum of money will guarantee that you'll receive care worthy of royalty, feeling all warm and fuzy. You'll have the staff at your disposal 24 hours a day, plus a car service for the duration of your stay and $ 10,000 to be used at the resort. But there's a small catch you have to be a casino player unafraid to risk big money. Are you ready for a high game?