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Safiya Nygaard gives guided tour of $25,000 Las Vegas hotel room

by Jacob Hale
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YouTuber Safiya Nygaard and husband Tyler Williams have shown off an incredible Las Vegas hotel room – with a ludicrous total cost of $25,000 per night.

The hotel was the four-star Westgate, which sits just one block away from the iconic Las Vegas Strip and has been home to some of the biggest names in the world – including the late Elvis Presley, who saw out the last few years of his life on the 30th floor Imperial Suite.

Safiya and Tyler decided to celebrate their joint-bachelor/bachelorette party in style towards the end of 2019, staying in Westgate’s most expensive room, and now they’ve shown off exactly why it’s so pricey.

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Safiya and Tyler have been together since 2014.

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The room itself features 14,000 square feet of real estate – which is much larger than the average American household, let alone a hotel room. Moving first into the foyer, there are multiple horse statues and a renaissance-style ceiling, standing under which you can look out to see Vegas in its entirety.

The “main room” features living and dining quarters spread out in an open-plan fashion, with seating and tables aplenty as residents seek to find the best spot in the room. On either end, there is a cinema room as well as a bar, meaning you get a little more than in the standard hotel stay – not even including the $100,000 grand piano sat in the middle of the room.

Not only that, but there’s a centrally-located garden with a pool, a koi pond, and more seating areas, meaning you can make the most of the desert sun during your stay. Beside it, the master bedroom features a study, huge en-suite bathroom and incredible antique furnishings that must have cost even more than the nightly price would suggest.

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Aside from that, there are two more bedrooms which each feature their own huge bathrooms, on entirely separate wings (for lack of a better term) of the hotel room.

For $25,000, this is more or less exactly what you would expect from a hotel room, with all the unnecessary furnishings and luxury that the average person expects the superfluously rich to live with.

As Safiya and Tyler say at the end, the suite is incredible and it “would be hard for any wedding present to top this” – needless to say, a hotel room of this caliber is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that really has to be seen to be believed.