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If you’re looking to splurge at Encore Tower Suites, the best rooms to stay in are the three-bedroom duplexes. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel has 16 of the lavish residential spaces — each with two floors and a 340-degree view of Las Vegas. The rooms come with 24-hour butler service plus a great-for-entertaining setup — a large parlor contains a grand chandelier and two-story windows along with a large Sharp flat screen TV. A full-sized kitchen is outfitted with a Viking stove, microwave and refrigerator, and there’s an additional partial kitchen upstairs. An entertainment room includes a Mitchell billiard table and an exercise room is equipped with a massage table and cardio machine. The highlight of these luxury duplexes is the floor-to-ceiling windows — you can take in the Las Vegas skyline and a view of both sides of the Strip. All that luxury doesn’t come cheap; these rooms start at $6,000 a night.