Drai’s Beach Club and Nightclub opens at the Cromwell on May 22, but we’ve taken an advance peek at the clubs’ bottle-service menus—and they are game-changers. While single bottles expectedly start at $595, Drai’s ultra-luxury packages include the most outrageous and expensive on the Strip, setting a new bar for VIP bottle service.
Luxury Packages range from $5,000 to $15,000 and feature multiple bottles and a custom light show. There’s the RMC (named for VIP host and managing partner Ryan Michael Craig; $5,000), the 818 (named for a special customer; $7,500), the BAller (named for managing partner Brian Affronti; $10,000), and Luminous of the Gods, a 16-bottle setup of Dom Pérignon Luminous (perhaps the most club-ready of prestige Champagnes, what with its glowing labels) for $15,000.
That’s just chump change, however, compared with the cost of the Fire in the Sky packages, which complement their copious bottles of Dom Luminous with a detonator. Use this to start a rooftop fireworks spectacular for a cool $20,000 to $100,000, depending on how long the show lasts.
(Click below to enlarge and view the full menus.)
But, if you’re looking to drop stupid money, throw down for a Drai’s Airways special. These elite packages begin at a quarter of a million dollars and include a private charter for you and anywhere from 8 to 50 of your closest friends (the 737 package boasts a trip on a Boeing 737 for $737,000), plus accommodations, fireworks and a boatload of Ace of Spades Champagne.
For the plebes among us, Drai’s will offer industry specials on Thursday and Sunday evenings at the nightclub, and on Sunday afternoons at the pool (think two bottles of Moët Imperial for $500, two bottles of premium vodka or rosé for $600 and a number of other attractive packages, including magnums of Moët, vodka and a bottle of Don Julio 1942 tequila for $2,100). And since magnums and jeroboams take a while to get through, Drai’s will also serve breakfast and lunch at the pool club. (If you ask nicely, we hear they will deliver a pizza to your dance-floor table at the nightclub.)
You can also purchase Spray packages at the Beach Club, with anywhere from 10 to 100 bottles of Champagne—not so much for drinking, but for the expressed purpose of dousing your neighbors. So expect a 100 percent chance of showers in Las Vegas this summer—pricey showers, that is.