Sure, having a basketball court in your room is nice and all.
But to really pimp things out, you’ll need to enlist the company of Nobu chefs to serve some world-class cuisine from your very own in-room sushi bar.
Yes, the concept of “dining in” takes on a whole new meaning at the new Nobu Villa, arguably the most opulent room in Vegas; opening in late April in honor of Nobu Hotel's one-year anniversary.
At 10,300 square feet, this three-bedroom palace-within-a-palace is more than twice the size of Nobu's five-bedroom penthouse suite where guests like DeNiro and Harrison Ford like to crash.
That means plenty of room for your own Japanese art gallery, which you can stroll through after taking the private elevator to this contemporary top-floor oasis designed by famed architect David Rockwell.
But the real piece de resistance is the massive 4,700-square-foot outdoor terrace, where you can peep killer views of the new High Roller while robatayaki grilling and Japanese hot tub chilling.
That is, of course, if DeNiro hasn't gotten there first.