Poppin’ Bottles


Got $500,000 to throw around? You could pick up … a 10.10-carat fancy intense-yellow cushion-cut diamond from Ben Gioielli & Co. at the Venetian. A 2013 Phantom from Towbin Rolls-Royce. A furnished three-bedroom condo at Panorama Towers. Or you can enjoy the world’s most expensive bottle service.

Because of its unique status among party destinations, Las Vegas nightclubs enjoy certain privileges. So when Armand de Brignac Champagne created its one-of-a-kind Dynastie Collection, it was destined for Hakkasan Las Vegas. The nine-bottle collection features every format of the prestige cuvée Brut Gold Champagne that Jay Z calls “Ace of Spades”—from the standard 750-milliliter bouteille to the world-record-breaking 30-liter Midas. (Incidentally, Hakkasan also has a 30-liter Midas of Armand de Brignac Rosé, the largest bottle of Rosé Champagne ever produced, for $275,000!) In all, you and a few hundred of your new closest friends can down what amounts to 109 bottles of bubbly.

Ready to pop some corks? Better get your affairs in order—bottle service of this magnitude will run you $500,000—and with tax and gratuity, that tab exceeds $700,000, such a small price to pay to truly go all out.