I got this from my host at the Palms and I thought this would be interesting to some of you that play big. As villas in Vegas go, with some requiring $50K/hand and $1M credit lines, the Palms villas are actually a pretty good value. They are bigger than most villas you will find on the strip (6,000 sq ft for the one story, 9,000 for the two story), and each has a 24 person glass enclosed spa jutting out over the side which is pretty remarkable. $100k credit line or front money is required for all the villas except the Hef villa which is $200K. Betting requirements: 1 story villa: 2500 avg bet 4 hrs/day 2 story villa: 3000 avg bet 4 hrs/day Hef Villa: 4000 avg bet 4 hours/day Hardwood suite: 3000 4 hours/day (hardwood suite is 10K sq feet, but is on the 3rd floor with no view - it does, however, have its own basketball court) Considering that $100K at Bellagio only gets you a 2,000 sq ft Lake View suite, and at Wynn it barely gets you a salon suite (basically the equivalent of a $800/night penthouse at Aria), for those of you that play in this range you should check out the Palms. The rental rate on these rooms start at $10K and go up to $40K, but you can gamble for them for much less in terms of theoretical loss.