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Why Adele Rejected Mega Suite Offered To Her By Caesars Palace During Vegas Residency That Had a Butler

Adele is said to have shunned a suite offered to her by Caesars Palace during her Vegas residency and according to the Daily Mail, the suite wasn’t in the most exclusive section of hotel’ and chose to stay at rival Wynn instead.

Adele’s mega-money residency in Las Vegas started triumphantly on Friday night – but behind the scenes there has been drama, with the singer shunning a luxury suite at a hotel owned by Caesars Palace, where the show is being staged.

The iconic Vegas mainstay offered swanky accommodation at the Palazzo Suites at the Rio Casino as part of her deal to sing at the Caesars Palace Colosseum for a reported $1 million a night.

The suite was said to be a luxury lodging, with a butler thrown in and the plan was for Adele to spend weekends holed up there with son Angelo and boyfriend Rich Paul between now and March.

However, it can be revealed that the $192million singer is instead living in a bungalow on a golf course at the rival Wynn resort just down the road.

The luxury accommodations at the Fairway Villas cost up to $30,000 a night.  One t, for example, 3,224 sq ft room, which includes an 80 inch TV, dining area with a bar, two marble bathrooms and twice daily housekeeping.

Staying there probably gives her increased privacy, as the villas are approached via their own private drive.

A convoy of cars used by the singer were seen heading from Caesars Palace to the Wynn on Saturday after the concert.

A local source said: ‘It’s not clear what caused the move, but obviously it is unusual for Adele not to be staying at Caesars and locally gossip has been spreading.

‘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.’

Another source claimed that Adele had a ‘hissy fit’ after being offered a room in the Palazzo Villas at the Rio, which is an all-suite hotel and casino across from Caesars, when she had expected to be housed in the Augustus Tower.

Both hotel groups have been approached for comment but have not yet responded to DailyMail.com.

Adele has been in Vegas for nearly two weeks going through technical rehearsals for her show, Weekends With Adele.

It was pulled with less than 24 hours before curtain up in January, with Adele saying that Covid delays had hit the planned performance and that it wasn’t ready.

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