Prince Harry's Vegas pictures certainly caused a storm last week, though the whole furore could be a potential opportunity for the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, where the infamous game of strip billiards took place. Rumors this week suggested executives at the hotel were considering marketing the suite as a Prince Harry Abode of Revelry.
Vegas hotels are known for identifying rooms where famous individuals have stayed, most notably the Beatles Suite at the Sahara, after the Fab Four resided there before their two shows at the Convention Center on 1964. When the comedy movie 'The Hangover' became an international smash, Caesars Palace were inundated with requests from guests for the 'Hangover Suite' only to be told that no such room existed (it was a set made especially for the movie). As the Las Vegas Weekly newspaper notes, the 'Rain man Suite' is also of regular interest to those making reservations at Caesars - the room in which Tom Cruise's character learned that his autistic brother played by Dustin Hoffman could count cards. The newspaper contacted Wynn Hotel, who told them there is no immediate plan to rename the suite taken by Prince Harry and his pals though didn't rule out future changes.
Reports this week suggest an unnamed woman is close to signing a lucrative television deal to tell her story of the party that took place in Prince Harry's suite. She was allegedly one of the randomly selected women plucked from Wet Republic at Mgm Grand and invited to the suit.