Hi folks. Just wondering if anyone has any experience with staying at the some of the pricier villas in Vegas. I know there have been threads regarding tipping at suites/penthouses which have included the MGM mansion, Cosmo penthouses, or Wynn fairway villas, but was looking for some input on the tipping etiquette for the properties like the Caesars villas or Wynn villas, or Chairman's suite at the Palazzo. Was lucky to get an invite to the new Caesars villa in the Nobu tower this upcoming weekend for three nights. Normally I leave a couple hundred a day for the butlers if services are used and $40 to $100 for housekeeping (depending how messy it is), but considering the size of the villa and the multiple Butler staff, I'm now confused what to do. They are also providing a private chef for in room dining on Saturday for lunch and dinner. As long as we provide the type of food we'd like a few hours ahead of time, they would prepare everything in suite. Don't know the proper etiquette on this one as well. Tip group as whole, or chef's group and Butler staff separately? Never had this kind of treatment before, so a little concerned. Asked host about what to do and was told do what you normally do.... Which doesn't help. Maybe some of the senior members can help and chime in? Normally when I travel with the wife, I always refuse the Butler service and rarely stay in the room, but traveling with two other couples, so don't want to look like a Vegas newbie. Lol. I'll try to post somewhat of a trip report, but I'll throw up a few pics if not a report. Reading some of the other members TRs I wouldn't want to put myself to shame by trying to do what they do.