Call us crazy, but we're guessing it would have had a life-size horse-shaped lamp in it.
Here to realize that impossible dream: Gold Lounge, Aria's bottle-service shrine to the King in all his hard-living grandeur, open now in CityCenter.
Imagine all the unhinged opulence of Mr. Presley's Vegas years distilled into a single gilded palace of sin—complete with gold-mirrored walls, that soon-to-be-notorious horse lamp and countless monkey faces hidden throughout the decor as a reference to the King's dearly departed, booze-guzzling pet chimp. (No, really.)
The spot's planted just across the hall from Cirque du Soleil's new Elvis-themed show, so you can pick up a little acrobatic inspiration—hint: it involves spandex and stilts—before heading to the marble dance floor for a rendition of "Viva Las Vegas." (You might want to stretch first.)
After that, you can settle into a banquette as black as Elvis's coif and sip foamy cocktails like the 24k, a King-worthy concoction with gold flakes and egg whites. For further indulgence—by which we mean Elvis-style overindulgence—turn to the snack menu, stocked with Presley favorites like jelly doughnuts, mac and cheese, and the infamous peanut-butter-and-banana sandwich.
We give it a week before the impersonators show up.