The Venetian Resort Las Vegas has unveiled a new package that takes VIP service to a new level, with rates starting at $450,000.
The Venetian’s “Want the World” package is described by parent company Las Vegas Sands as “a luxurious over-the-top suite” bundle that “provides an experience where no whim is too wild and every desire is anticipated.”
Guests who are able to pony up the nearly half of a million dollars will arrive in Las Vegas via private jet, then be transported from McCarran International by Maybach, and then be welcomed to the Venetian’s 6,500-square-foot presidential suite for a four-night stay tended to by a private butler.
Sands summarizes the experience, “For those who choose to spoil themselves.”
Monogrammed silk pajamas, champagne massages, dinner prepared by chef Lorena Garcia, private salsa dancing lessons, and a personal photographer to document the entire trip are just a few of the included amenities. The company didn’t say if The Venetian’s $45 a night resort fee is included in the $112,500 per night rate.
Sin City Splurging
The Venetian’s $450,000 VIP package certainly qualifies as being one of Las Vegas’ most expensive indulgences. But of course, the “What Happens Here, Stays Here” city is home to exorbitant excesses.
Casino.org put together a list of crazy ways to spend one’s money while in Las Vegas, and compared to $450,000 for four days, some don’t seem all that extreme.
The most expensive burger can be found at Mandalay Bay’s Fleur restaurant, which offers up a $5,000 Wagyu patty with foie gras and black truffles on a baked brioche bun. Wynn’s Encore has a “four hands” massage with two therapists for $600.
MGM Resorts’ Bellagio fountains can also be yours. For $250,000, guests can control the famed fountains. The price includes a 30-liter bottle of Ace of Spades Champagne for you and four friends.
As for the most expensive hotel rental in Las Vegas, The Palms recently unveiled its renovated 9,000-square-foot Empathy Suite that has a going rate of $100,000 a night. The suite includes a $10,000 resort credit, 24-hour butler service, and chauffeured car.
Sin City Savings
Las Vegas offers something for people of all walks of life, including for those venturing to Southern Nevada on a budget.
For a random week in May (5/8-5/15), Casino.org found that rooms on the Strip can be had for under $50 before taxes and resort fees. MGM’s economy property Circus Circus has an average nightly rate of just $34. However, resort fees – which continue to increase across Las Vegas and have turned some otherwise would-be visitors away – and taxes escalate that $34.36 rate to $75.24.
Still, a week in Las Vegas on the Strip for $526.68 is a cheap getaway. Visitors also don’t have to stay at economy resorts if they’re willing to pay a little more. Caesars’ LINQ Hotel and Casino for the same week will cost visitors $871.99, and that includes a $25 pool credit.