If you are dazed and confused about how to spend the fortune you just made through gambling you will find yourself surrounded by casino hosts canoodling over you for information about rooms and upgrades but below are some other ways to go big in Las Vegas:
1. Taste a 10K Cocktail
Now that you are a big deal, you can forget about all the cheap tricks to save your expenses and have those $20 cocktails in the bars at Las Vegas. One of the quintessential drink over here is sold at $10,000 called the Ono cocktail which is from the XS nightclub in Encore. The reason for its gargantuan cost is that it’s made from Charles Heidsieck Champagne Charlie 1981 and Louis XIII de Remy Martin Black Pearl Cognac. So for once in a lifetime you can let loose all you want and drink up to your fill.
2. Get a Shot of Expensive Whiskey
The Talon Club on the second floor of the Cosmopolitan offers you a $3400 whiskey that is named as The Balvenie 50-Year-Old malt Scotch whiskey. You can have an ounce of it since only 88 of these were produced and only 10 of them made it to the U.S.
There are also others such as the Double Helix Wine and Whiskey Lounge and order a whiskey flight. The prices range from $25 – $84.
3. Treat your friends to a Round of Golf in the sky3
The feel of a rich man are incomplete without playing a round of golf. Topgolf Las Vegas is about twice the size of a normal golf course. It also comprises of bars, pools, and a Chairman’s Suite. It is located in the MGM Grand.
It’s all under $8000 where you and your friends can have the time of your lives playing golf and partying for three hours with a dedicated bay host.
4. Enjoy a Burger that Costs Similar to a Car
With a barbecue of seared foie gras, goat cheese, Maine lobster, Kobe beef, pancetta, arugula, 100-year aged balsamic, a BLT Salad and a bottle of Rose Dom Perignon Champagne you can experience your mouth savoring the taste of the $777 burger.
There is also the Fleur Burger as a bonus which costs higher than the one above. Made at the Chef Hubert Keller’s restaurant at the Mandalay Bay. It costs about $5000. It is served with a patty made of Wagyu Beef, a couple of foie gras and a ton of black truffles.
5. Enjoy Some VIP Culture
Blend in with some of the Vegas cultures as a VIP would by booking the VIP seats at the Cirque du Soleil’s “O” for $457 and around $2k for a double date. A meet and greet with a pre-show reception with hours d’oevres and some champagne, a chivalrous champagne flute, and early theatre access.
6. Book a Tour of the Grand Canyon
With all the industrial ruckus might as well go to the natural utopia and experience wonders of nature by booking a private plane and head to the Grand Canyon with 6 of your friends for $8840.
A personal limo and private plane will await you along the journey to the Grand Canyon. Upon arrival, you will be escorted by a personal guide to the Grand Canyon where you can euphorically admire nature.
7. Pamper yourself with a Massage
With all the fortune you earned, you might as well enjoy the Spa at Encore where two therapists use rich oils to polish your body from all the stresses and strains of the world (not like you would have any if you are living that kind of life) the cost is about $600.