Adele opts to stay at Caesars Palace's rival Wynn after rooms leave her unimpressed!
Adele shunned the luxury suite offer as she wanted accommodation at Caesars' most-exclusive Augustus Tower
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Adele rejected a multi-million dollar stay offered by Caesar's palace in Las Vegas after being unimpressed with her accommodation. After her triumphant performance at the Caesars Palace Colosseum for a reported $1 million a night on Friday, November 18, as part of her deal, she was offered a swanky accommodation at the Palazzo Suites at the Rio Casino, where the show is being staged. The luxury suite came along with a butler especially for Adele to spend her weekend with her son Angelo and boyfriend Rich Paul between now and March 2023.
It is reported that the 'Hello' singer shunned the luxury suite offer as she wanted accommodation at the Augustus Tower, also owned by the Caesars. However, Adele instead chose their rival Fairway Villas at the Wynn Las Vegas, which sits on an extravagant golf course. The Fairway Villa, which is just down the road from Rio Casino, costs $3,883 a night and is a 3,224 sq ft room, which includes a two-bedroom, an 80-inch TV, a dining area with a bar, two marble bathrooms, twice daily housekeeping, and a private drive.
"Vegas is well used to divas, and I am sure that the feeling is that whatever makes her feel comfortable is OK, but this is embarrassing for Caesars," a source told Daily Mail. Caesars Palace reportedly forked out a whopping £400k ($472k) to protect Adele’s voice for the 'Weekends With Adele' show that will last for three months. The organizers are using a technology that creates a backstage “bubble” after it was feared her vocal cords could be affected by the hot and humid desert environment.
The Sin City venue has installed a "complex" system that will guarantee the singer the "best possible air" while she sings. “The system works by combining dehumidifiers, purification units, water molecule dispersal and cooling fans in the preparation room and then guiding that air around the stage when she performs," a source told Daily Star. The 'Somone Like You' hitmaker postponed the show in January just 24 hours before the opening night saying Covid delays had affected her planned performance. On Thursday, the songstress wrote about performance fright on Instagram saying, "I’m feeling all sorts as I write this. I’m highly emotional, incredibly nervous but can’t sit still because I’m so excited."
During her performance on Friday, the songstress even admitted to again backing out from the performance after being ill all week. "You're not gonna believe me, you're gonna think I want a tiny violin to come out and start playing behind my tears, so last week I was sick as a f----- dog, right. I was like s---, if it's solely my fault for not being able to perform this Friday, I'm done, I'm gonna fall off the face of the Earth," reported Daily Mail.