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The $250,000 Package at Hyde Bellagio

Where: 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South [map], 89101
April 9, 2013 at 4:05 PM | by | ()

Hyde Bellagio's new package is so ritzy, it's named simply after how much it costs: The $250,000 Package.

You're probably wondering what you could possibly get for that amount of money that would justify the price tag. Well, for starters, you get the largest bottle of champagne in the world, a 30-liter bottle of Ace of Spades. It is approximately 1,015 ounces, which breaks down to 40 bottles or 127 8-ounces glasses. The bottle is apparently over 100 pounds and no doubt has "hangover inducer" written all over its label.

Not only that, but you and your fellow lushes friends will be served at Hyde's best table overlooking the famous Bellagio fountains (shown in the photo above). The real novelty, though, comes in the opportunity to power up the fountains after they've shut down for the night and select the accompanying song. How do you do it is even cooler:

They bring you a red button in a gold box to push that 'controls' the fountains.

Neat, for sure, and we do admit that the idea is rather unique and fun. No one has purchased it yet, though. Drop the price by... say, $249,000... and this thing might just fly off the shelf. If you do pony up the $250k, though, we here at VegasChatter would be more than happy to help you work your way through those 30 liters toast your awesomeness.

(Photo: Hyde Bellagio)

Archived Comments:


No hotel room at the Bellagio, no free airfare, no free play, no buffet? Just a big bottle of liquor and some controls for a fountain? Doesn't sbe have a partnership with MGM Resorts? They could've offered way more for $250,000.

Worst package I ever heard of

Seriously, this is the worst deal ever!!! Who in their right mind would do this besides a celebrity?

I can't imagine the gratuity

I read that 30L bottle goes for $120,000 in clubs and retails at $70,000.  Not a bad mark-up considering a $25 bottle of Ketel One goes for about $450 at Pure.  


My favorite fountain song is probably "The Ecstasy of Gold" aka Tuco's Theme.  The way the fountains ~smoke is great. Of course Viva Las Vegas is classic.
But the price is a bit high, given I'd probably catch them at some point during a week's visit.