I recently took a stroll down Las Vegas strip today (not including Fremont) and got me thinking of all the hotels and casinos that have come and gone. Here’s a list of the hotels and casinos on Las Vegas Boulevard. Not included are the brand names like Hilton, Turnberry, Trump, etc that only house condominiums nor Oyo recently bought (Hooters) that isn’t on Las Vegas Boulevard but close by, and Wynn West (New Frontier) and MSG sphere that’s still in development. Money Inc lists the ten most expensive average hotels per night. Number one is Waldorf Astoria at $1275, two is Wynn and Encore at $985, three is Aria at $925, four is Four Seasons at $870, five is Skylofts at MGM Grand at $850, six is Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace at $795, seven is Bellagio at $750, eight is SLS at $725, nine is The Cosmpolitan at $610, and ten is Delano at $595. So, if you have this kind of money to spend, they will gladly open their doors to you. If you belong in the financial ranking of let’s say Jennifer Lopez or Miley Cyrus, you can stay at The Nobu Villa for $35,000 a night, but make sure you leave extra for room service because it’s an additional cost. If you belong to the million-dollar poker players, for $100,000 a night you can stay at Palms Casino Resort in their Empathy Suite, complete with controversial artwork by Damien Hirst.