Some high-end homes were just made to party.
These ultra-luxe, multi-million-dollar homes are full of unique amenities perfect for entertaining the world's rich and famous. For $6.25 million, the right Las Vegas buyer could snag a 14,031-square-foot manse with a space voted the "World's Best Party Room" by HGTV. It comes club-ready with its own marble dance floor and DJ booth. Even more extravagant is "Opus," a $100 million home on Billionaire's Row in Beverly Hills, California, that comes equipped with its own Champagne room and multiple hot tubs.
Designed to impress guests -- and keep the neighbors awake -- these showoff properties are all about having a good time. Click ahead to see 10 homes made for dancing the night away.
This $100 million home on Billionaire's Row in Beverly Hills, California is 5,926-square-feet of the sexiest features money can buy. It has a luxurious lounge with a bar, Champagne room, full salon and a spa with two hot tubs.
The home features two pools, one that fills a courtyard on the home's lower level and another infinity pool on the home's deck overlooking the city. The deck includes a fire pit and third hot tub, as well as plenty of space for entertaining.
The color scheme isn't the only thing that's wild about this 14,075-square-foot home in Golden Beach, Florida. With over 100 feet of oceanfront space, an infinity pool surrounded by palm trees and a private beach, this estate has everything you need for a great beach party.
Currently owned by fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, the home has seven themed bedrooms and multiple rooms lined with couches for entertaining. Underlining that this is a house made for dancing, the estate's circular, modern bar is topped off with a disco ball. It's listed for $27.5 million.
At first glance, this 10,329 square-foot estate in Grimes, Iowa, looks like your typical million-dollar 90s home. It has a spiral staircase, a 1,000-square-foot master suite and an eight-car garage (including the show car area, of course). What you might not expect to find, however, is a classic 1950s diner.
The home's 1950s-style rec room is a "commercial-like" restaurant with a soda fountain bar, booths, jukebox and plenty of open space for a true throwback sock hop. It's listed for $1.1 million.
Police have been called to shut down parties in this former Washington, D.C. Airbnb rental more than 100 times, according to Curbed. Called the "Celebrity House-Hunter Mansion" by its former Airbnb host (whose business was shut down for operating without a license), the house has 5,200-square-feet and ample outdoor entertaining space.
The property has multiple rooftop decks, one of which features a heated pool. Each level of the home is accessible via an elevator shaped like a British telephone booth. It was on the market last year for $4.5 million, according to Zillow, but the listing was removed this past June.
West coast swings
This sexy, luxurious estate was just completed this year. It has three levels of balconies, one of which features an infinity pool, with panoramic views of Los Angeles. Many of the rooms also have floor-to-ceiling windows that maximize this view inside.
West coast swings
The lounge features a bar, wine cellar, swings suspended from the ceiling and plenty of relaxed seating. Many of the home's nine bathrooms feature luxury tubs positioned near windows to maximize views, and the home's gym features a horizontal massage shower. It's listed for $38 million.
Las Vegas disco
With a space voted "World's Best Party Room" by HGTV, this multi-million-dollar estate in Henderson, Nevada, near Las Vegas has almost every entertainment amenity you could imagine. The "party room" alone covers 6,300 square feet of the home's total 14,031 square footage.
Las Vegas disco
The party room features a motion seating theater, two-lane bowling alley, golf simulator, poker room, arcade, DJ booth and marble dance floor. It opens onto the property's infinity pool and hot tub. The home, which is listed for $6.25 million, also has a massage parlor, full gym and a 1,500-bottle wine tasting room.
This $75 million estate in Los Angeles manages to fit a few party-friendly amenities into its 40,000 square feet. It has two pools -- including one indoor saltwater lap pool -- plus a large outdoor video screen and plenty of poolside space for entertaining.
The home has a wellness center with steam rooms connected to a salon, wine storage cellar, wine tasting room and six bars. And the indoor basketball court also can double as a "grand ballroom," according to the listing.
This 20,240-square-foot estate in Windermere, Florida, has over 500 feet of lake front space and plenty of room for entertaining. There's a large pool with colorful lighting and a private grotto. A swim-up bar, complete with hibachi grill, keeps refreshments poolside.
The party doesn't have to stop inside, either, with the home's two-lane bowling alley, bar and, a wine and ventilated smoking lounge. It's listed for about $19 million.
Imagine throwing a pool party for everyone you know -- and their friends. That's conceivable at this massive 21,000-square-foot estate in Rancho Santa Fe, California. The pool features a waterslide, waterfalls, lots of seating space and colorful lighting to set the mood.
The estate, which is listed for about $25 million, is landscaped with tropical plants that help set a resort theme, while many of the rooms in the home are open to the pool and patios.
One former listing for this 22,300-square-foot estate in Beverly Hills, California, described it as an "unprecedented multi-sensory experience," and judging by some of the photos, that doesn't seem too far off. It has several open seating areas, bars lined with stools, and car and motorcycle display areas. The home's large wine cellar and wall full of candy would make entertaining easy.
Outside, the luxe house features a panoramic view of the city, an infinity pool with fountains and colorful in-pool lighting. It last sold for $70 million in December 2014, according to Zillow.