When one thinks of Las Vegas one thinks of casino complexes, luxury and excess and the reality is sometimes even more impressive than one can imagine. Among the clientele of the casino complexes which attract millions of tourists each year, are ultra VIP players who can spend extraordinary amounts in a few days. It is at this group that the Venetian Casino Resort is aiming, among its range of services, a VIP pack starting at $450 000!
The world is yours!
Called “Want the World”, this unusual pack offers a completely unique experience. It includes a trip to the Venetian, a 4 day stay as well as an array of other services and of course everything is top class. The journey to McCarran Airport Las Vegas is by private jet. Once it lands, the rest of the transfer is by Maybach.
On arrival, the client is taken care of by a designated valet 24/7 for the 4 days of the stay in the presidential suite. For the whole stay, one can of course use all of the casino’s amenities. Just a reminder that the Venetian Las Vegas is the largest hotel casino in Sin City with more than 7000 rooms and suites, restaurants, bars, night clubs, spas, swimming pools, shopping centres, not forgetting the famous Venetian canals and the huge casino with 3 000 slot machines. It doesn’t state however if this pack includes credit to play at the roulette, blackjack and baccarat tables.
Other equally amazing offers
The Venetian Casino has outdone itself with this ultra VIP pack but it’s really just following in the local tradition. Other Las Vegas casinos also offer expensive packs proposing unusual benefits. For example, the Palms offers a $100 000 package for one night in its gigantic 9 000 square metre Empathy suite with a dedicated valet, a chauffeur driven car and a $10 000 credit to enjoy in the casino.
Even more unusually, the MGM Bellagio will give you the chance to take control of the complexes emblematic giant fountains for the sum of …… $250 000 ! This price also includes a 30 litre bottle of Ace of Spades Champagne which will be greatly appreciated. Then for those who aren’t bothered by restaurant bills, Le Fleur in the Mandalay Bay has on its menu a hamburger with truffles and foie gras for $5 000 ! Something to whet your appetite…
However those on smaller budgets are also catered for. Some hotel-casinos have very reasonable rates for their rooms. A night in the MGM Circus Circus costs from $34 before tax. So you don’t have to be very rich to visit Vegas….