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Luxe Life At The Cromwell: It’s All In The Details At Drai’s Beach Club • Nightclub

Last updated: June 30, 2014 at 12:22 pm. Posted by in Nightlife, The Cromwell. 1 Comment on Luxe Life At The Cromwell: It’s All In The Details At Drai’s Beach Club • Nightclub.

Thanks to the swanky VIP packages at Drai's Beach • Club Nightclub, Strip fireworks off the roof of The Cromwell are now a regular occurence. Photo by Erik Kabik

Thanks to the swanky VIP packages at Drai’s Beach • Club Nightclub, Strip fireworks off the roof of The Cromwell are now a regular occurence. Photo by Erik Kabik

The May opening of the The Cromwell welcomed a newcomer to the luxe Vegas nightclub scene. Touted as the Strip’s first stand-alone luxury boutique hotel, it’s fitting that The Cromwell would have some unique features.

Keeping in the “bigger is better” theme, Drai’s Beach Club  Nightclub went all-out with its menu, catering to big groups—and big spenders. Many Las Vegas nightclubs create convenient packages for guests that include a reserved table area with security and bottle service, but that’s small talk compared to the high roller-worthy Drai’s Airways packages.

The three on its menu will have you Floyd Mayweather-style ballin’ in no time, as the six figure packages include private jet charters, accommodations, premium bottle service and your own personalized fireworks show off the roof. (And yes, you get to detonate the sparklers yourself.) The priciest pack on the entire menu at Drai’s? The $737,000 package, which includes a ride on a 737 jet for you and up to 50 friends and a 210 second firework display, plus 100 bottles of Dom Perignon and two bottles of Armand de Brignac. Time to splurge!

Want to take a dip under the stars? Join the party at Drai's new Yacht Club night swim event every Tuesday. Photo by Erik Kabik

Want to take a dip under the stars? Join the party at Drai’s new Yacht Club night swim event every Tuesday. Photo by Erik Kabik

  • 11 stories up Drai’s Beach Club • Nightclub is from ground level
  • $275,000 – cost of the club’s most expensive bottle of champagne: A Midas size of Ace of Spades Brut Rose
  • 30 – size in milliliters of that bottle
  • 65,000 – number of square feet throughout the venue
  • 150 – number of bottle service tables combined in the indoor and outdoor experience
  • 120 – number of people at a time that can be transported up to Drai’s throughout its six elevators. The ride takes 20 seconds
  • 4,500 – maximum capacity of people the beach club and nightclub can hold
  • 10 – number of towering, imported palm trees in the Beach Club area
  • $20,000 – cost of the cheapest Fire In The Sky package, the Rocket Man, that includes personal fireworks and 20 bottles of Dom Perignon Brut Luminous
  • 30 – amount of seconds your firework display goes off for in that package
  • $9,000 – cost of the cheapest fireworks-only display (no alcohol included), the Bang Bang Mang
  • 1 – number of VIP pools at Drai’s. This circular, private pool is on the second story mezzanine and has the venue’s most prime views.
  • 25 – number of years the oldest scotch on the menu, Macallan, is aged
  • $2,985 – cost for a bottle of that scotch
  • 5 – time in the morning the nightclub closes Thursdays-Sundays
The free-flowing, indoor-outdoor design lets partiers easily get close to the DJ and experience the light shows inside or check out the Strip view outside. Photo by Erik Kabik

The free-flowing, indoor-outdoor design lets partiers easily get close to the DJ and experience the light shows inside or check out the Strip view outside. Photo by Erik Kabik

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