When it comes to hotel rooms in Vegas, suites are the best way to get the most out of your stay. They offer more space and sometimes even include a separate living area.

And if you’re planning a bachelor or bachelorette party, Las Vegas offers suites that are perfect for your big event. From two-bedroom to three-bedroom, we’ve found some of the most incredible suites that are perfect for your group.

The Grande Suite at The NoMad

The Grande Suite at the NoMad is the perfect place for discerning guests who appreciate a true taste of Sin City’s glitter-sprinkled lavish luxury. This 900-square-foot room offers sweeping balcony Strip views, a separate living room, full kitchen and a whirlpool spa tub in the oversized bathroom.

This suite is perfect for couples looking to unwind while staying in a luxury hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. It comes complete with one pillow-top king bed and down duvets that are sure to send you to sleep with ease.

Designed by French architect Jacques Garcia, these rooms are more refined than the standard Vegas offerings. They have mahogany work desks and plush velvet chairs, steamer-style cabinets, thick patterned screens and large oriental rugs.

They also feature a luxurious, freestanding tub in each of the bathrooms. These are great for couples looking to unwind after a long day of gambling or enjoying the restaurants at the hotel.

The NoMad is one of the most famous and acclaimed hotels in Las Vegas. Its prestigious location on The Strip and classy dining and drinking spaces have made it a favorite amongst discerning travelers. It also has a casino and a beautiful rooftop pool that is often referred to as the best party destination in town.

The Resort Premium Suite at Bally’s

Bally’s is one of the oldest casinos on the Strip, but it has managed to stay relevant by bringing a modern spin to its rooms and amenities. It’s connected on the interior to pricier Paris Las Vegas, and offers plenty of shopping and dining options.

Rooms are spacious at more than 450 square feet, and offer one king or two queen beds. Standard amenities include hairdryers, irons and ironing boards, clock radios, data ports with high-speed Internet access, cable TV and in-room movies.

There’s also a secluded spa with a full range of massage and facial treatments, and an oversized outdoor pool, which is highlighted by palm trees and attentive poolside service.

Jubilee Tower – With a spiffy redesign in 2013, the rooms in this tower are bright and fun, with red circle-print wallpaper, high white headboards and bold bedding. But earplugs are recommended, as these rooms are subject to some of the worst nighttime noise in Vegas.

Resort Tower – With a $125 million upgrade in May 2018, the new Resort tower has all the latest modern conveniences and designer touches, including chic lounge furniture and reimagined bathrooms with spacious glass-enclosed showers. Most of the rooms in this tower feature stunning views of the Las Vegas Strip, but guests can upgrade to a one-bedroom Resort Premium Suite with a living room and king pillowtop bed.

The Vegas View Suite at Westgate

If you’re looking for a luxury suite in Las Vegas with incredible views of the city, then the Vegas View Suite at Westgate is the perfect place to stay. This 720-square-foot room comes equipped with all the amenities that you can expect from a high-end hotel, including a dining table and a private work area.

You can also check out the oversized terrace which is a great way to take in the sights of Las Vegas and enjoy the warm sun! These rooms are a good choice for couples and families alike.

The suite is large enough for up to eight guests and includes comfortable luxury decor, a full kitchen and exciting additions such as a table arcade and video game console. Its green bean bag chairs and a spacious sitting area are ideal for enjoying time with your family after a day of exploring the city.

Westgate is located one mile west of the Las Vegas Strip and features a wide range of onsite dining, shopping and entertainment options. You can also experience world-class casino gaming, a variety of bars and nightclubs, a theatre and spa. It’s also home to the largest Race & Sports Book in Vegas, with a convenient monorail station for easy access to the Strip.