If you would like a way to quickly become jealous of the rich and famous, look no further than a true luxury suite. The following hotels are some of the absolute premier locations for just that. The rooms themselves are bigger and better than most large homes. That’s not even counting the beck-and-call butlers, in-room spa treatments, and gorgeous views from the terrace. So if you’ve been looking for a way to blow $12,000 a night, I’d suggest these locations. The Venetian Macao (China) This is one of the largest hotels in the world. In fact, it’s one of the biggest buildings in the world. To give you an idea of how massive this 39-story hotel is, it holds nearly 3,000 suites and an on-site 15,000-seat arena for sports events and massive concerts like Katy Perry’s. The 546,000 square foot (50,700 square meter) casino contains four themed gaming rooms with 3,500 slot machines and 800 gaming tables. There is also an exclusive club called the Paiza Club that is divided into five individual private gaming rooms. In addition to the massive casino, the resort offers mini golf, gondola rides, and several restaurants serving cuisine from all over the world. One of the restaurants, the Golden Peacock, has been awarded a Michelin Star. One Michelin Star may not sound like a lot but, to put it in perspective, Gordon Ramsay owns 13 restaurants in the UK and only four of them have even one Michelin Star. After a big day, you’ll want to have your Venetian-provided private limo bring you back to the hotel to relax in your 3,830 square foot (355 square meter), two-bedroom suite and sit in your personal Jacuzzi while your personal, Venetian-provided butler waits to serve your every need. Casino de Monte Carlo/Hotel de Paris (Monaco) This thousand-slot casino offers an array of games—both familiar and games that are lesser known to Americans. For instance, they do have the basic poker, blackjack, and roulette, but they also have games like Trent et Quarante and Punto Banco (from France and South America, respectively). The storied casino has roots from as early as the 1850s and was completed in 1863, giving it a certain charm not seen in most modern casinos. The sister hotel, the Hotel de Paris, features a full country club and golf club for your enjoyment. For a great meal, feel free to dine at the three-Michelin-star restaurant Louis XV or the Michelin-starred Le Grill. After dinner you’ll find yourself sleeping in one of the nicest suites you’ve ever seen, of which even the “low end” rooms are larger than most apartments. The Diamond Suites, on the other hand, are the lap of luxury. The Winston Churchill suites are named as such because Churchill frequented the hotel, giving you an idea of the status of the place. The suites also have pieces of his original works in the rooms. The Charles Garnier suites are over 1,000 square feet (93 square meters) each with a large terrace, two bedrooms, and a lounge/dining area. The Les Clefs d’Or Concierge (or Keys of Gold concierge) assigned to you will be able to make any accommodations you may need. “Les Clefs d’Or Concierge” isn’t just a nice name; it’s an official title which only .3% of hotel concierges attain. It requires two evaluations, one of which is a ten-page exam on food, wine, travel, and arts that can take up to twenty hours for some to complete. Oh, and there’s a private beach. No big deal. Marina Bay Sands (Singapore) The Marina Bay Sands, located just off of Marina Bay, is a $6 billion (S$8 billion) resort with everything you could possibly want on-site. To start, there are several restaurants including Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, and two Mario Bitali restaurants. Additionally, there are two nightclub bars if you’re in the mood for a drink. And there are more attractions than just the 1,600 slots and 500 tables. The Sands Theatre holds shows such as Wicked and The Lion King while the ArtScience Museum houses some unique and interesting exhibits (one of their current exhibits is actually showing off original Da Vinci work). After you win big, head on over to the many, many, many luxury boutiques on-site, take a ride on the canal, or take a swim in one of the few infinity pools in the world. Finally, end the night in a 6,500 square foot (630 square meter) Chairman Suite with your friends and family. They’ll easily be able to sleep in the four bedrooms, relax in either of the two living rooms, and get fit in the private exercise room. On those days when you want to be pampered but can’t be bothered to leave your room, head to your personal steam room or sauna. Better yet, call someone up to pamper you in your personal massage area.