Drai’s Las Vegas is reopening Thursday after a yearlong renovation, but the new hotel rooms and nightclub cocktails aren’t what’s turning heads.
The rebranded Beach Club and Nightclub now offers elite bottle-service packages that redefine luxury: six-figure items that include chartered jet service and personal fireworks displays.
Two bottles of Moet Imperial start at $500 on industry night-- slower weeknights that cater to industry professionals but usually include deals for regular tourists, with prices escalating for some of the most outrageously expensive Strip packages for VIP bottle service. $15,000 will get you 16 bottles of Dom Pérignon Luminous (a 2004 vintage with glowing labels that retails for around $150).
Fireworks packages start at $20,000 for a 30-second display with 20 bottles of Dom. With catchy names like “Rocket Man” and “The Big Bang” -- $100,000 for two full minutes -- the fireworks service appeals to wealthy boomers and millennials alike.
But if you really want to wow your friends, prepare to shell out even bigger bucks. A quick glance at the Drai’s Airways menu reveals an ultra-exclusive range of services – starting at a quarter of a million dollars -- that include a private charter jet for up to 50 of your closest friends, fireworks and enough champagne to keep the party going until sunrise.
For $737,000, the big spenders and princes among us can fly in on a chartered 737, enjoy three-and-a-half minutes of fireworks and 100 bottles of Dom and two bottles of highly coveted Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades brut Champagne.
The new venue boasts a boutique hotel, The Cromwell, and “Vegas’ only rooftop beach club nightclub,” with two levels of fun 11 stories above the strip, according to press materials.
Giada Di Laurentiis’ eponymous restaurant will open at The Cromwell on June 3.
Nextshark has posted the full menu, and we’ve got highlights here: