In Vegas, there are only two types of visitors: those who pay for their accommodations, and those who don’t. For the latter of these, there is another set of class distinctions: those who get set up in a suite, and those who sleep with the players. For this rarefied set, the MGM VIP Villas are at the top of the heap, and only the highest of the high rollers arrive at the MGM Grand Class 29th floor. The 52 suites and villas there range in size from 1,356 square feet to 5,849 square feet, with enough bedrooms to bring a mistress and her mother-in-law. You get a full-scale living room and dining room, oversize spa tubs, saunas, and lounge areas. Three of the largest suites are two stories high with wrap-around glass for a 180-degree view of the lights. As if that’s not enough, butlers are on hand to fulfill almost every need, like handing you a towel when you step out of that hot tub on the balcony, or, after a long day at the craps table, mixing you a martini, Bond-style. There’s also a special VIP entrance to protect your anonymity. To the disappointment of most, the 29th floor suites are by invitation only.