The Ginormous Royal Suite at Mohegan Sun Casino Is For Ultra High-Rollers Only

Baller status.

Photo: Mohegan Sun

Even though Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino is situated on Connecticut’s picturesque Thames River, it’s still the perfect destination for those of us who are less interested in “nature” and “culture” and more concerned with having indoor-style fun.  

If you’d rather spend your hard-earned vacation days eating steak, rocking out at concerts, keeping your feet firmly planted at a craps table, and maybe venturing outside to play golf, this is the place for you.

No, you’re not on drugs.

A little slice of Las Vegas located on a Indian reservation in Connecticut near the Rhode Island border—we’re not kidding about the middle-of-nowhere thing—Mohegan Sun boasts world-class entertainment (Chris Rock, Bon Jovi, and Bellator MMA action, for example), high-end spas, top-notch restaurants (hello, Bobby Flay!), and enough slots, gaming tables and race betting to satisfy even the most degenerate of gamblers. 

We suggest springing for better seats.

Now, if you’re the type who wants the best of the best, their truly ridiculous Royal Suite really is the only option. 

Spanning 3,500 square feet, this mammoth party pad offers two lavish master bedrooms, two Jacuzzis, and a massive seating area with panoramic views of the Thames River that’s perfect for masterminding an Ocean’s Eleven-style heist.

“Sir, we asked for MORE pillows.”

The Royal Suite also comes with a kitchen that’s way bigger than yours, as well as full butler service (yes, butler service) and limousine transportation to and from nearby airports.

Your extra-creepy pals can sit in those chairs.

The Royal Suite must be booked more than 48 hours before arrival, so make some friends, make some reservations, then win some cash.