Bodacious bottle service in Las Vegas

Few things in life are more satisfying than seeing someone walking toward you with a bottle of booze that you know is all yours. It’s like that birthday party when you were nine, except with, presumably, more alcohol and fewer clowns. It’s the epitome of Las Vegas partying and it’s the best way to impress someone, as long as you can keep your cool when the beautifully excessive serving procession comes out. You don’t want to be the one dropping your jaw at the very sight of your bottle coming toward you. Save that joy for your guests. You want to be the one who sits back with a suave grin and says, “Yep. That’s for me.” So to help you get just as accustomed to outrageous bottle service as we are, here are some of the most exciting things you could see coming toward you in a club.

They don't open the bottles until they get out of the cars. It's never safe to drink and be carried in a fake car. Photos courtesy of 1 OAK.

They don’t open the bottles until they get out of the cars. It’s never safe to drink and be carried in a fake car. Photos courtesy of 1 OAK.

1 OAK

It may be one of a kind (that’s actually what 1 OAK stands for, if you didn’t know), but the bottles they serve keep on coming. When the party is revving up and everyone is in full gear – these are car puns because the really special bottle service comes out in little cars – the time is right for a drive. Like everything you’ll find on this list, these deliveries aren’t for every bottle and they don’t happen all the time, but if you’re willing to put up the funds, you can find yourself in a head-on collision with awesomeness.

Party scenario: You just landed your dream job and, as a perk, they offered you a company car that’s so expensive and foreign you can’t even pronounce the name. But you know you’re going to take that thing across the country as soon as you can and party the whole way – you just have to kick it off in Vegas at 1 OAK.

No matter how much you drink, please don't start talking like a pirate. You will annoy everyone. Photo courtesy of Drai's.

No matter how much you drink, please don’t start talking like a pirate. You will annoy everyone. Photo courtesy of Drai’s.

Drai’s

Being a gorgeous club on the roof of a luxurious hotel like the Cromwell, Drai’s doesn’t really bother with concepts like “over the top.” It’s true in its outstanding choices of resident DJs and it’s true in its ability to take bottle service just a little bit higher than it’s been. On the Yacht Club nights, the partying turns even hotter. Since we’re pretty sure not even Drai’s could get a full-sized yacht onto the roof, we understand why they’ve settled for their own version of delivery by boat. And if rum is your thing, this rare sight is really something to dive into.

Party scenario: You have enough money to buy a yacht, but figure you’d rather just come to Vegas and throw and amazing blowout for your friends and a couple hundred strangers. So you call up Drai’s, or have your personal assistant call up Drai’s, and say, “I’d like the yacht experience but on a roof in the desert instead of the ocean.”

No, you can't drive the motorcycle around the pool. But if you drink enough you might feel like you have. Photo courtesy of Encore Beach Club.

No, you can’t drive the motorcycle around the pool. But if you drink enough you might feel like you have. Photo courtesy of Encore Beach Club.

Encore Beach Club

This is the place that sophistication goes when she needs to let go. It’s an exquisite space full of incredible cabanas and pools that make you feel like you found a special little paradise right on the Las Vegas Strip. Then, when they roll out some super high-end bottle service, you realize what all that space is for. Encore Beach Club does way more than just provide room to dance, swim and be sexy. It’s the place where partying knows no boundaries and doing what you want is as simple as shelling out the bucks for a private cabana with its own TV, shower and view of the Strip.

Party scenario: You rolled into town on your motorcycle because airplanes just aren’t your thing. You barely brought any clothes because you just plan on buying new ones then donating them when you leave town. And now all you want to do is relax by the pool and toss some coin around at one of the hottest parties in town.

Open wide. That's really the only caption we feel this one needs. Photo courtesy of Foxtail Pool Club.

Open wide. That’s really the only caption we feel this one needs. Photo courtesy of Foxtail Pool Club.

Foxtail Pool Club

Pools definitely have the space and ability to do bottle service right. You can’t really get away with filling a water gun with vodka and spraying it around in a sweaty club all over people in expensive attire. But at the pool, when everyone’s burning up and a cool blast of Grey Goose perfectly hits the spot, it’s totally worth all that pumping. Foxtail Pool Club knows exactly how much pressure it takes to get that smooth taste right where it needs to go, and it uses that to create a party atmosphere that’s fun, free-flowing and always full of whatever it is you want coming. And did we mention that you can get squirted with a water gun when you buy bottle service?

Party scenario: You and about a dozen of your friends are in town for an event. It doesn’t really matter what event. Could be a bachelorette party and it could be a morticians convention; it’s all the same to the good people at Foxtail. You get your cabana, you lie down and relax, and before you know it people in giant panda heads and hot girls with water guns are catering to your every need.

Just in case you forgot where you were and who was bringing you all the drinks. Photo courtesy of Omnia.

Just in case you forgot where you were and who was bringing you all the drinks. Photo courtesy of Omnia.

Omnia

There’s elegance and then there’s Omnia. Unlike the typical road flares or women being carried, Omnia decided to go for something simpler and just have its name glowing in lights during bottle service delivery – because they’re either super humble or totally bragging. We don’t really care which as long as we get our booze. In a club that’s so well laid out, chances are your table has a great view. And looking out over the dance floor, seeing the DJ rocking the booth and watching the chandelier hover and twisting the way it does, few things are cooler than seeing that glowing “Omnia” sign coming toward you. It may say Omnia, but you know it’s all for you.

Party scenario: Whatever you want. Seriously, this is the place to come for any reason you can think of. If you’ve been saving up for a party, if all your friends pooled their money for your anniversary, if you just hit a jackpot and decided to wander in with your winnings, Omnia is the place where getting bottle service is a must and being able to sit down and be served is a luxury you simply have to enjoy in your life.

Comments

I came from a little town in the Midwest. And believe me, I’m never going back. It’s probably nice if you love grass and snow; but I love the lights, the glamour, and the flocks of tourists seeking fun and fortune. Once the sun goes down, I’ll be the first one out hitting the clubs or just wandering the Strip for a little nighttime adventure. Passing through Bond on my way to Lily Bar, or taking a shortcut through Double Helix before landing at Parasol Up/Down, I’m the one you’ll randomly bump into – only sometimes literally – strolling through Sin City’s liquored veins – and loving every minute of it.