You have ultimately accomplished it. You win colossal in Las Vegas! Now, all you need to do is sit back, relax, and relish that high roller lifestyle you always fancied. The pertinent question is, where do you start in the enormous Sin City.
The casino hosts will be elated to present you with room upgrades and access to high roller games. But don’t you want to luxuriate in more flamboyant ways once you win big in Vegas?
Delight in a Shot of Crazy Expensive Whiskey
You might require a proper drink to materialize the thrill of the win. Concealed on the second floor is the high roller lounge of the Cosmopolitan termed The Talon Club. You can rave on The Balvenie 50-Year-Old, an exquisite single malt Scotch whiskey for $3400.
This Scotch whiskey is exceptional because of which only 88 bottles were made, and only 10 of them made it to the US.
If this feels too expensive and you are more of a savings person, hit the Double Helix Wine and Whiskey Lounge. Your panacea here is a whiskey flight with four variants of whiskey for $25 to $84. You can go on a glamorous voyage to Scotland or Kentucky based on your high roller stature.
Taste a 10k Cocktail
At first, there are chances for you to get intimidated by the $20 cocktails at most bars in Las Vegas. The difference now is that you have won big and you are no more fancying any of it, but you are a high roller.
So, now you are all set to go wild with your choices of drinks. Why don’t you carouse in an Ono cocktail – a $10,000 drink from the XS nightclub in Encore?
This drink is the harmonious blend of Charles Heidsieck Champagne Charlie 1981 and Louis XIII de Remy Martin Black Pearl Cognac. The elegance of this drink is witnessed when served to you in a marvellous champagne glass accompanied by a pair of Mont Blanc cuff links and an 18-karat black pearl pendant with a white gold chain.
Buy a Burger as expensive as a car
This delectable burger is a harmonious amalgam of Kobe beef, pancetta, goat cheese, Maine lobster, arugula, seared foie gras, 100 year-aged balsamic, a BLT salad, and an exquisite bottle of Rose Dom Perignon Champagne.
But if this doesn’t satiate your splurging fix, then order the appetizing Fleur Burger 5000 from the Mandalay Bay at Chef Hubert Keller’s restaurant Fleur to relish those taste buds for an extravagant $5,000.
This burger is crafted on a freshly baked brioche bun with a patty made of Wagyu beef, slabs of foie grass, and manifold black truffles. Also, you have the luxury of a bottle of 1995 Petrus – a sparkling joy.
Pamper yourself with a massage
This does not have an extraordinary tag attached to it, but massages can furnish your celestial calm. Then drive to the Spa at Encore and indulge in their The Four Hands Massage.
This venture can bestow on you the divine luxury of two synchronised therapists splurging rich oils to hush your body into a deep state of tranquillity, as long as you are not ruminating on the $600 price tag.