They say ‘What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas’ and that is true of quite a few visitor’s hard earned vacation budgets. In the city of sin, opulence is at every turn. Just tilt your head skyward to the recently opened City Center that, at a cost of approximately $11 Billion dollars (yes, billion with a B), where extravagant architecture and elaborate art take center stage. It makes one wonder, who is all of this luxury for? One simple answer: very wealthy people. What would it be like to blow through one hundred thousand dollars in a short weekend in Las Vegas? Read on.
Check in to the 3-bedroom suite at Sky Lofts. Designed to accommodate Las Vegas’ most sophisticated guests, the elegant Sky Lofts are outdone only by the extraordinary level of personalized service provided by the Sky Lofts’ staff. Cost: $13,000 per night.
After checking in, take the included Maybach chauffeur service to the shopping destination of your choice. Our suggestions include a pair of very Vegas aviator sunglasses from Chrome Hearts at Oculus in Caesar’s Palace (Appian Way Shops). Cost: about $4,000, depending upon the style.
While at Caesar’s Palace, check out the Move 1 Daylight watch from FRED Paris in the Forum Shops. Cost: $15850.
After the Forum Shops for accessories, continue on to the Canal Shoppes at the Venetian to indulge in a shopping spree at LIOR. LIOR, a Las Vegas haven, carries the best designs from Europe and beyond, complete with exceptional service. You will have no trouble finding the perfect outfit for your evening of extravagance. Cost varies on purchase, approximate cost: $16000.
Take a helicopter from the Maverick Helicopters helipad to the helipad at Lake Las Vegas Resort. Rent one of two private reception yachts for the afternoon and enjoy lounging on deck in the warm spring sun. Return to Las Vegas via helicopter. Cost: $3000 (varies based on yacht choice).바카라사이트
Head over to Canyon Ranch, the Spa at the Venetian and pamper yourselves with facials and massages, followed by hair and makeup for your night out. Approximate cost: $3000 before gratuity.
For dinner, try the tasting menu at Aureole, located at Mandalay Bay, $105 per person in the Swan Court, accompanied by a bottle of 1961 Chateau Margaux (a first grow Bordeaux, a classic choice for a luxury red wine), suggested by William Sherer, Wine Director and Master Sommelier at Aureole. Approximate cost: $4000 before gratuity.
After dinner, head over to TAO at the Venetian, where the indulgence can truly begin. Call ahead to reserve your personal sky box, with the best view of the scene. This is the perfect place to let your hair down and get wild. See and be seen by the city’s sexiest and most beautiful crowd. Sky boxes start at $5000 for the night.
Head over to the Palms, off the Strip, for some high roller action in the brand new Mint Lounge. Limits range from $100 to $5000 per hand. Higher limits may be arranged prior to your arrival. High-limit table games include blackjack, roulette and baccarat.
Head back to your luxurious suite at the Sky Lofts where you can have your personal butler draw a bath and then watch the sleepy Vegas sun rise through your awe-inspiring 24 foot floor-to-ceiling windows. Order breakfast in bed from the 24 hour in-Loft dining service.
Your private chauffeur will definitely drive you over to the airport, but which airport is dependent on how you did at the tables this weekend. If you won, pass go and head straight to the Las Vegas Executive Airport where a private charter can be arranged to whisk you away at your convenience and without the hassle of today’s airports. If your wallet is hurting after a weekend of reckless gaming, tell your driver to drop you at the curb for your coach flight back to reality.