Yo Ho Ho:  The Captain Calls the Price of VIP Bottle Service For Four Vegas Nightclubs

We all want the ultimate VIP experience when hitting the Vegas club scene, but the question of how much VIP bottle service costs always looms.  So we decided to send our resident Captain, that is Captain Morgan to you matey, to see how much the most desired clubs around town are charging for his bottle.  Here’s a list of his fave four, from the bottom up.

Yes, I will have a Captain & Coke.

Yes, I will have a Captain & Coke.

Chateau
Much to this pirates delight, Chateau has its hip hop nightclub pumping. He bounced his booty to the sounds of DJ ShadowRed on an intimate dance floor before grabbing a maiden and bringing her back to his leather clad VIP booth.  Here the Captain found that his spirit was only about $375 a bottle, complete with cola, lime and ice.  Chateau is a festive atmosphere, with a great patio to keep you cooled off, confetti being thrown from the ceiling and a party for everyone.  Without his compass to guide him, that stick helped keep the Captain on course.

Chateau Las Vegas Nigtclub

Chateau Las Vegas Nigtclub

Marquee
When Captain arrived at the Marquee inside of the Cosmopolitan hotel, he had a hard time deciding what to do first.  After being served his $500 dollar bottle of rum by a blonde beauty, it was time to get the lay of this new land.  Intrigued by the go-go dancers who were seemingly walking a plank above his head, he made a few moves on the dance floor to show them how it’s done on a ship.  After that action the Captain needed to get some air outside in the Marquee Patio/Dayclub area before finding a quaint little nook to shoot some pool with a few other buccaneers. The Marquee is a monster nightclub with 60,000 square feet of space to get yourself into trouble.  But have no fear, if the Captain is around, he’ll bail you out.

Marquee in Cosmo is a must stop for any clubgoer! 

Marquee in Cosmo is a must stop for any clubgoer

Hakkasan in MGM Grand
Admittedly, the seadog was a bit intimidated by the MGM Grand’s Hakkasan.  There were no words for the bevels of beauties lounging around his VIP table while he made good use of the $595+ bottle of his namesakes’ rum.  Feeling three sheets to the wind, the Captain made his way to the expansive main dance floor where he got down and dirty to the beat of world renowned DJ Afrojack, Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Steve Aoki & More.  Hakkasan is five floors of surprises.  Decadent Asian cuisine starts at the first levels, then comes an intimate lounge, followed by an energetic club scene that almost knocked this sailor’s peg leg off. Tables start around $1500 for up to 6 guests. This is not a "cheap" club by any means!

Every view is the perfect one in Hakkasan at the MGM Grand Las Vegas.

Every view is the perfect one in Hakkasan at the MGM Grand Las Vegas.

Sundown (Daylight Beach @ Night)
It was only fitting that at least one of his nighttime ventures got the Captain a little wet.  Sundown is a summertime weekly event that goes down at Mandalay Bays DAYLIGHT Beach Club.  Open at night (live chat for updated schedule), the Captain was finally able to get his feet wet while doing his club tour.  The pricier $500 he had to shell out for his bottle was no surprise considering that Sundown is a special event venue and the demand for VIP tables in the packed pool area is high. DJ Laidback Baauer, DJ Mustard & the Stafford Brothers,  will be on fire all summer long, and the pirate will feet right at home dancing under the stars.  For the 2016 summer season Sundown will once again block out the other clubs every Sunday night starting at 10. Well shiver me timbers, it looks like this dayclub found a night time treasure.

Daylight Beach at night is now the new Eclipse.

Daylight Beach at night is now the new Eclipse.

Throughout his nightclub travels, the Captain figured out a few tricks about VIP bottle service. The cost of the bottle gets you in the club quicker with no cover charge and a prime spot to mount your flag. There is usually a three person maximum per bottle, but even then you are looking at less than $200 a piece and you get treated like royalty.  Don’t forget though to factor in tips and tax.  The best way to book your spot in advance is by using an App like Vegaster, which can hook you up directly with a VIP host so there is no confusion about pricing once you and your mates get inside the doors.

Sailing solo around Vegas can get you into some rocky waters.  Do like the Captain did and follow your Vegaster App.  Have you got a little Captain in you? Come to Las Vegas and find out.

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