North American luxury is practically synonymous with “Las Vegas”. The Hyde Bellagio is undoubtedly one of Vegas’s most coveted nightclub experiences and exists in the upper echelons of opulence. The indoor-outdoor nightclub accommodates up to 700 visitors and overlooks the famous fountains at the Bellagio, which deliver a breath-taking performance every 30 minutes. The Hyde is strategically positioned in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, providing a glorious view of human ingenuity to anyone who peers out its windows.
Entry fees range from $20-$30 dollars per night, but they also offer a variety of exorbitant packages for ridiculously rich individuals. Our personal favorite has to be the “250k bottle service package”. For $250000 measly American dollars, the Hyde sits you on the throne of Paradise with absolute authority over the fountains at the Bellagio. In your booth, you’ll find a curated list of songs and a peculiar golden box. Once you’ve picked a song, the box opens to reveal a big red button. Instead of launching a salvo of nuclear warheads, the push of this button will commision the 4500 lights and 1200 nozzles in the Bellagio fountain to simultaneously dance to your chosen piece. Once the fountain starts, the world’s largest bottle of champagne will be delivered to your table. The 30-liter bottle of Midas Ace weighs just over 100 pounds, requiring a ridiculous number of servers to help pour the bottle. Sounds to me like the world’s greatest jukebox!