You Can Stay In A Suite In Vegas Inspired By The Movie "Kingpin"

If you’ve got the money to spend, and the cult classic, “Kingpin,” starring Woody Harrelson and Bill Murray’s your thing, then listen up. Part of the massive $690-million renovation of the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas includes the “Kingpin Suite.”

When it was first-released in 1996, “Kingpin” didn’t exactly blow the doors open as far as box office dollars, but it did gain enough of a consistent following to warrant a lavish tribute such as this. If you’ve got $25-grand PER NIGHT to shell out, here’s what you get in your 4,500-square-feet pad:

  • Two full-length bowling alleys complete with shoes, bowling balls, automatic scoring
  • An astounding view of the Vegas strip
  • Two giant bedrooms, one of which double queen BUNK BEDS
  • Two-and-a-half bathrooms
  • Pool table
  • Multiple big screen televisions
  • A fully functional bar
  • A 70s vibe that includes plenty of fake fur, aesthetics, and neon for your enjoyment
  • Paintings of characters from “Kingpin” that you’ll be either impressed or creeped out by

Take a tour below...

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