The most recent addition to the $690 million renovation of Las Vegas’ Palms Casino Resort is a brand new collaboration with Damien Hirst.
The British artist––who is known for his peculiar animal bisections and bold use of color and shapes in his paintings has turned a suite into a private museum of sorts.
The two-story Empathy Suite, conceptualized by Hirst, features custom made furniture and textiles designed with nods to his phenomenal work. From a stunning butterfly-motif mosaic pool to a large pill cabinet filled with diamonds, every corner of this suite has been carefully put together by Hirst with help from design firm Bentel & Bentel.
Guests can enjoy access to a private healing salt room, two massage rooms, a fitness room, California-King beds, and outdoor terrace seating.
The 9,000-square-foot suite also comes at a staggering price: $200,000 for a two-night stay. That price tag puts this suite on the list of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. The Empathy Suite is one of six Sky Villas, the other five have been designed by the architects at Bentel & Bentel and range from $25,000 to $40,000 a night.