Highlights include two master suites with mirrored ceilings, one of which holds an enormous bed equivalent to three queens and an interactive video wall that, with the flip of a switch, lowers the shades, dims the lights and projects figures "writhing wantonly" on the bed while erotic themes rotate behind the headboard.
Along with a private balcony and plunge pool, the room has a secret vault filled with various toys, gear and outfits, a steel cage large enough for two and a shower with naked silhouettes that react and sway with your every movement.
Hard Rock Hotel, 4455 Paradise Road, Las Vegas; +1 702 693 5000; from $5,000 per night
Brisa Villa, The Grand Del Mar, San Diego
This Mediterranean-inspired bungalow has a dedicated elevator, two-car garage, personal luxury golf cart, landscaped yard, climate-controlled patio and built-in outdoor stainless steel grill and refrigerator.
The SoCal sun floods the retractable floor-to-ceiling windows accented by hand-stenciled ceilings and European marble columns.
Another amazing feature: The state of the art media room with custom leather recliners has padded and insulated walls for mind-blowing sound.
The Grand Del Mar, 5300 Grand Del Mar Court, San Diego; +1 858 314 2000; from $6,000 per night
Kamehameha Suite, Honua Kai Resort & Spa, Maui, Hawaii
This six-room, oceanfront suite has the usual big-suite perks -- fully equipped gourmet kitchen with Viking appliances, flat screen TVs, three lavish bathrooms and huge beds in every room.
But the highlight is the 3,200-square-foot lanai -- touted as the largest on Maui -- with whale watching views of Moloka'i and Lana'i islands, the West Maui Mountains and the Pacific.
Honua Kai Resort & Spa, 130 Kai Malina Parkway, Maui, Hawaii; +1 855 718 5789; from $2,999 per night
Royal Plaza Suite, The Plaza Hotel, New York City
This 4,490-square-foot suite was inspired by Louis XV's royal court.
It comes with coveted Fifth Avenue views, three marble fireplaces, 24k gold-plated fixtures in its four bathrooms, an in-suite gymnasium with fitness equipment, library lined with hand-selected books and the Plaza's chefs at your disposal to make use of its magnificent kitchen.
Or for just less than $3,000 a night, the hotel's new Great Gatsby-themed suite is a relative steal.
The Plaza Hotel, Fifth Avenue at Central Park South; +1 866 940 9361; from $30,000 per night
Presidential Suite, Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles
This glamorous Hollywood Hills suite has a chef's kitchen with a private entrance for your "personal staff," dining for 10, a beautiful living room with a grand piano, fully stocked bar, his-and-hers showers and deep-soak tubs with built-in TVs.
French doors lead to a 4,500-square-foot Spanish courtyard, with a full-size swimming pool, Jacuzzi and outdoor fireplace.
Hotel Bel-Air, 701 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles; +1 310 472 1211; from $15,750 per night
Hardwood Suite, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas
Extending 10,000 square feet across two floors, the Palm's Hardwood Suite is an over-the-top hoopster's dream, with an indoor basketball court, locker room, scoreboard and gigantic Murphy beds that unfold right onto the hardwood.
The hotel's Kingpin Bowling Suite is another fun option, with a two-lane bowling alley built into the room.
Palms Casino Resort, 4321 W. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas; +1 866 942 7770; from $25,000 per night