Although all-you-can-eat buffets and slot machines are standard fare in Las Vegas, there is a luxurious side to the Sin City that only the rich get to experience. There are many places to splurge and be a big spender in Vegas. Each one is available to the public, you just have to be willing to spend the money.
Following are the best places in Vegas where you can splurge, show off, and be a big spender.
Fleurburger 5000 at Fleur
Want to know how amazing a $5,000 burger really is? Well, you can become one of the very few people who have shelled out that amount of money for the most expensive burger in the world, the Fleurburger 5000. The classic American burger has elevated to a whole new level by the award-winning chef Hubert Keller, topping a patty made of Wagyu beef and foie gras with black truffles, and serving it with a bottle of 1995 Chateau Pétrus 5000. You can order this luxury burger at Fleur located inside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
HeliYoga Limitless by Maverick Helicopters is billed as the most exclusive yoga experience in the world. For $3,499, you can take a luxurious helicopter flight to Valley of Fire State Park. You will land on one of the highest peaks in the Valley of Fire. This area is only accessible via helicopter. There, you will experience a 75-minute private yoga session, surrounded by the magnificent red rocks of Nevada.
Fountains of Bellagio
People come from every corner of the world to watch the amazing Fountains of Bellagio. But, for $250,000, you can be the one who actually controls their moves. You will open the heavily-guarded gold box from the seat of honor overlooking the fountains. 1200 nozzles, 4500 lights, and the music will be cued when you hit the red button. Furthermore, 30-liter Midas Ace of Spades champagne will also be provided for you only.
Deluxe 24-Karat Facial
This is one of those luxurious treatments that were once available only to royalty. But now with The Spa at Encore’s popular 24-Karat Gold Facial, you have a chance to feel like royalty and experience the benefits of gold. This $420 treatment uses three different types of naturally-occurring gold to capture the vitality of skin by stimulating the skin cells. Your skin will be lovingly tended, pampered, and nourished for 80 minutes. You will be radiating that glow for quite a long time after you have left the spa’s spectacular environment.
The Palms Suites
While there are many options to splurge on hotel rooms in Las Vegas, the array of suites available at the Palms give you a variety of unique options to declare your status and distinctive tastes. Basketball fans should consider The Hardwood Suite. Starting at around $25,000 per night, the suite features a basketball court and functioning scoreboard right in the room along with a full locker room to collect yourself in between matches. Or you can set your sights on the Sky Villa. This decadent, two-story suite spans 9,000 square feet and includes your own glass elevator, around-the-clock butler services, a sauna, and highly enviable glass-enclosed infinity pool. The pool offers a spectacular view of the Strip that is worth every penny of the $20,000 to $35,000 a night price tag.
If you’re still hungry after the $5,000 burger, visit Joël Robuchon’s French restaurant. For those with a sophisticated palate, this unforgettable Three Michelin Star restaurant was designed to resemble a luxurious Art Deco townhouse, complete with a lush garden terrace and marble floors. With a formal dress code and cozy atmosphere, your stomach will thank you while your wallet looks beautifully svelte.
Champagne at the Marquee Nightclub
Looking to pop the bubbly and party the night away? Purchase a 6-liter bottle of Cuvée Dom Pérignon or Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé for $35,000. Guests who shell out for this package will enjoy a dancefloor table, bottle presentation from the Marquee staff in addition to the VIP experience.