Since Prince Harry’s naked “pool party” at the Las Vegas hotspot, inquiries about the nightclub has shot up by 30 percent in the past week.
In scenes reminiscent of hit film The Hangover, the 27-year-old royal reportedly racked up a bill of £30,000, as he partied in a luxurious eight-room suite with his two friends.
According to reports, billionaire owner Steve Wynn had ordered that the royal party would not have to pay for anything during their stay.
Extravagant, even by Vegas’ standards, Harry’s Wynn Encore Tower suite came with three master bedrooms, its own private lift, butler service, a room with a massage table, gym equipment and a pool table.
Room 2401, on the 63rd floor of the five-star hotel, costs £5,100 a night and boasts a steam shower, 72-inch TV, chandeliers and a bar.
The walls of the suite are also padded with brown mohair which absorbs sound - just like in Russell Brand film ‘Get Him To The Greek’ - meaning the group’s late-night antics were sound-proofed.
Harry and his pals had downed boozy Jaegerbombs for £9.50 a glass at the Wynn hotel’s Surrender nightclub, which is based around an outdoors pool, as bikini-clad babes danced around stripper poles.
Last Saturday, the party had taken a £1,000 pounds a day VIP bungalow at the MGM Grand Hotel for one of its Wet Republic pool parties, before they returned to their suite at the hotel.
And the Sunday was spent around the hotel’s Beach Club pool, where more alcohol and bar snacks had been consumed, Harry had rounded off the night at the resort’s XS nightclub, where all drinks could be signed up to the room account.