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The Venetian’s $450,000 package includes a private jet and diamonds


The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas is giving “the world” to its luxury travelers with a four-night $450,000 package. The “Want The World” package pulls out all the luxury stops in some outrageous ways.

Travelers who book the package will arrive in Vegas by private jet, be picked up by a Maybach car and whisked away to the Venetian.

They’ll receive a VIP check-in experience and be taken to the hotel’s presidential suite, which includes a personal butler on-hand at all times. The suite comes with its own workout room, cedar-wood sauna, game room and baby grand piano.

With the package, guests will be able to enjoy a crystal-encrusted magnum bottle of Moet Champagne and munch on a cake adorned in a 2.5 total carat ruby and diamond necklace and a matching 2.47 carat Burma ruby and diamond ring from Bellusso Jewelers all in their comfortable monogrammed red silk pajamas.

They may even want to pair the cake with a red velvet cake batter CrazyShake from Black Tap with a 5.5 carat diamond bracelet or with the Forbidden Love Cocktail, a 21-year-old Japanese blended Suntory Hibiki whiskey with gold flakes and served with caviar.

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The package offers more pampering such as an in-suite champagne pedicure and diamond massage, as well as a four-course custom dinner served in the suite and a two-hour salsa dancing lesson. And when brunch rolls around, guests will enjoy the “24K Brunch and Bubbles” by Yardbird, which includes a 24k gold-dusted chicken n’ waffles and Cristal mimosas.

If all that wasn’t enough, guests will have a personal photographer to document the entire experience so they can show their friends just how glamorous their stay was with this luxury Venetian package.


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