NFL champions don't watch games at bars or sportsbooks.
They watch them with cheerleaders. While getting served by butlers. On not one but 11 flatscreens.
Just ask sports' most powerful agents and Hollywood's biggest headliners. The very best place in Vegas to watch that game on which you just bet your life savings is the Hardwood Suite at the Palms.
For $25K a night, the suite comes complete with its own basketball court. Because why should Obama be the only one?
We weren't kidding about your very own cheerleading squad ready with a proper halftime show, and helping you hang your custom-made team jerseys in the suite’s locker room.
And we're serious about the 24-hour on-call butler. He's very skilled at tying up shoulder pads and pimping out the court for a game of touch football.
Watch the game from any of the suite's 11 flatscreens as you shoot pool, take on guests at in-room poker tables, or show off your moves on the suite’s dance floor.
After taking a dip in the extra large Jacuzzi (designed to accommodate you and half the cheerleading squad), check out the back wall signed by past guests ranging from Shaq to Clooney to Timberlake.
And when you grow tired of dominating your guests on the half-court, three NBA-sized Murphy beds pull out of the wall as the court doubles as a bedroom.
Which, handily, comes with its own scoreboard.