The Most Expensive Hotel Room in the World Was Made For Elite Psychopaths
Situated at the top of the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas, the Empathy Suite costs $100,000 per night and is reserved for elite guests. It is filled with creepy and disturbing art that hints to the possibly terrible things that happen in there. Here’s a look at the most expensive hotel room in the world.
Take a second and picture in your mind the most expensive hotel room in the world. Did you picture pills, butterflies and medical waste everywhere? Probably not. Because you are probably not a psychopath. Well, the most expensive hotel room in the world is actually filled with pills, butterflies and medical waste. And dead animals. Because this place was clearly made for psychopaths.
The Empathy Suite of the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas combines colorful, kiddie designs with pills and opioids. It doesn’t take a great deal of imagination to picture what this place was designed for. Here’s a top comment from a YouTube video touring the Empathy Suite.
Just by looking at pictures of the place, one gets a visceral gut feeling of pure foulness. And, when one understands the symbolism of the occult elite, that feeling gets worse. Because one can only imagine what actually happens there.
One of the selling points of the Empathy Suite is that it features exclusive works of art by Damien Hirst – who happens to be one of the occult elite’s favorite artists. Therefore, in order to fully understand the “spirit” of this hotel room, we need to take a quick look at Damien Hirst and his body of work.
Damien Hirst is reportedly the richest living artist in the UK with wealth estimated at £215 million. Throughout his career, Hirst was supported by extremely rich and powerful people such as Charles Saatchi, an Iraqi-British Jewish businessman who founded Saatchi & Saatchi, the world’s largest advertising agency in the 1980s.
Right from the start of his career, Hirst’s works revolved around the theme of death. One of his first “works of art” is a picture of him smiling next to a severed head. He soon became famous for a series of artworks in which dead animals (including sharks, sheep, and cows) are preserved—sometimes having been dissected—in formaldehyde.
Hirst often combines his morbid subjects with Christian themes to create rather blasphemous works of art.
So, the people at the Palms Hotel saw this stuff and said: “We need him to decorate our most sumptuous spaces right now!”.
For starters, they bought a 60-foot sculpture made by Hirst titled Demon With Bowl.
If you’re wondering where’s the head, it exposed somewhere else. Here it is.
So this is the mindset of the artist who decorated the Empathy Suite. As you might expect, that suite was made by the occult elite, for the occult elite.
The Empathy Suite
Located at the very top of the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas, the Empathy Suite is the “crown jewel” of the hotel’s massive $700 million renovation project. Sprawling over 9000 square feet and divided into two floors, the suite goes for $100,000 per night – with a two-night minimum.
One cannot simply go online and book this suite. One needs to apply and the hotel will make sure that you can afford the place and that you fit the right profile.
So what makes this hotel room so special and exclusive? What kind of “profile” does it cater to? Just look at the pics and it will become obvious.
The general theme of the suite is centered around pills and butterflies. They are everywhere, to the point that it is overwhelming. And, to regular readers of this site, this combination of symbols points strongly to a specific and horrific direction (which happens to be one of the occult elite’s secret obsessions): Monarch Programming.
The goal of Monarch programming (an offshoot of MKULTRA) is to create mind-controlled slaves through the use of trauma and heavy drugs. The main symbol used to identify this program is the Monarch butterfly. The room is all about drugs and butterflies. And, as they say, the devil is in the details.
Why is there a medicine cabinet in the main living area? Because it is actually a “work of art” by Damien Hirst titled Vegas.
Across from the dining room is a massive bar.
The bar contains all kinds of tubes, syringes, pill wrappers, and other items associated with surgeries and medical procedures. Is that the type of stuff you want to be looking at while taking a drink? What if you looked up?
On the other side of the bar are a massive balcony and a heated pool. The creepiness continues there.
Not unlike the rest of the suite, the multi-colored disks on the pillars give the area a pre-school, daycare kind of vibe.
Are you ready to visit the second floor? Just go up the butterfly stairs.
The bedrooms of the suite are in perfect continuation with the theme of the suite.
Another high-end amenity of the Empathy Suite is the “salt room” where one can partake in halotherapy. Surely, this place of relaxation is devoid of creepy symbolism? Wrong.
Even without knowledge of the twisted symbolism of the occult elite, the Empathy Suite sends off a disturbing vibe. The colors, the butterflies and the medical paraphernalia is reminiscent to the pediatrics section of a hospital. However, the generous seating areas (combined will all kinds of swings) just scream out “sex orgy”. The combination of the two = Epstein Island but in Las Vegas.
The fact that this suite is called “Empathy” is the cherry on the proverbial sundae. It is an ironic name. It is an example of the sick and twisted sense of “humor” of the elite. This place emits the exact opposite energy. In fact, it appears to be custom-made to disturb, traumatize and even terrify people who took drugs in there, and probably against their will.
Imagine young people who are drugged out of their minds and who are forced to dwell in that place. In that context, the most expensive hotel room in the world quickly becomes the stuff of nightmares.
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