These hotel suites in The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas are putting typical hotel rooms to shame. As part of their $690 million renovations, the hotel has revamped its Hardwood and Kingpin suites to include a half-sized basketball court and full-sized bowling lanes respectively.

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The regulation size half basketball court in the Hardwood Suite is the first of its kind in the world. The 10,000-square-foot, two-story suite has two bedrooms, a professional locker room, a hidden whiskey room, a game room with pool and poker tables, a 16-seat bar, and basically lets you pretend to be Michael Jordan for a night. According to the website, the suite is “the ideal spot to host a party, kickback with a group of friends, or have some competitive fun on the court.”

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Photo: Palms Casino Resort/Facebook

At a measly 4,500 square feet, the Kingpin Suite has two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a pool table, several large-screen televisions, a bar, and, most importantly, two full-size bowling alleys. The alleys come equipped with everything you need, including shoes, bowling balls, and an automatic scoring system.

It should be no surprise that neither suite comes cheap. According to Lonely Planet, The Hardwood Suite is $20,000 per night while the Kingpin Suite is $15,000 per night.

H/T: Lonely Planet