Damien Hirst suite
Courtesy Palms Casino Resort

Empathy Suite

Las Vegas, Nevada

Dead sharks floating in formaldehyde. A pill cabinet filled with diamonds. For those who know Damien Hirst’s work, these motifs are as familiar as they are bizarre. And for a cool $200,000, guests can spend two nights in their presence at Hirst’s 9,000-sq.-ft., two-story Empathy Suite at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. But the art isn’t the only reason to splurge (and splurge and splurge). The suite, which opened in March, also features a cantilevered pool overlooking the Vegas Strip, a Himalayan salt room and other luxurious amenities all tweaked with Hirst’s signature touch. It also includes a 24-hour butler, car service and $10,000 in resort credit, just in case guests want to try and win back some of their investment at the blackjack table. —Alejandro de la Garza

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