Slip into something more comfortable, like a tour of high-end suites

Six resorts open their luxurious rooms for charity


The Details

Suite Holidays
December 17, 3-10 p.m., $125
Various locations, 214-0500,jalasvegas.org VIP preview event (includes tour), December 16, 6-9 p.m., $250, Cosmopolitan.

Most of us will never go to sleep in a $1,000-a-night suite. We’ll never throw on a bathrobe and lounge like a whale in the Strip’s finest of finery, or sip champagne while staring at the view from a penthouse the size of a single-family house, or bask in surroundings that folks like Adele and Elton John have called home (at least, temporarily). But just because you’re not a high roller doesn’t mean you can’t appreciate a tour of Las Vegas’ best resort real estate, and this weekend, Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada is your ticket inside some of the swankiest suites in town.

Six casinos—Aria, Bellagio, Caesars Palace, Cosmopolitan, Mirage and the Venetian—are teaming up for Suite Holidays, a charity tour of luxurious Boulevard accommodations with paired wine and hors d’oeuvres served at each stop and a complimentary shuttle to take you from suite to suite. You may not get to spend the night, but for an afternoon, you can live like a queen.

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