What is It All About?
Yeah, so what's that all about? You go to clubs and you see these people with their special table and their bottles of top shelf liquor and you've wondered - how can I be that person? Or even why would I want to pay hundreds of dollars for liquor that costs maybe $50, tops at Lee's Liquors or Costco or BevMo?
Vegas Bottle service isn't such a big mystery and it isn't just for high rollers and P.Diddy (or whatever that joker is calling himself these days). Knowing what it is, exactly, and when and how to go about getting it is a Vegas insider's tip that's been a mystery for most for a long time now. Well, Bachelor Vegas is here to dispel the myth. You too can have this service in Las Vegas and we're going to tell you how.
What is Bottle Service & Why do I need it?
First of all, let's answer the basic question. What is Bottle Service? Nightclubs in Las Vegas are packed. Unless you're a particularly beautiful and well-endowed woman, chances are it will be a fight for the bartender's attention. Table reservation is an arrangement you make with the nightclub (or better yet Bachelor Vegas) where they provide you with your own private table or booth in exchange for your group purchasing full bottles of your alcohol of choice. It comes with mixers, condiments, ice and your own personal waitress to serve your cocktails to you.
Do I have to mortgage my house to afford one?
How much does it cost, dude? Well, this one is a bit hard to answer. The price of liquor varies both from club to club and from night to night. Chances are, on a Tuesday night, it's not going to cost as much as it would on Saturday night. Prices for bottle service for regular vodka such as Absolut start at roughly $450 for a 750ml size, but can be $675 at Vegas' hottest clubs (plus tax+gratuity which is usually 33%). If you want Belvedere or Grey Goose, it will cost you more for those and other premium brands. Vintage champagne and specialty drinks also fall into the pricier category. Mixers are included but brand name energy drinks such as Red Bull most likely won't be included. And of course, tax and an 20% gratuity will be automatically added onto your bill in most nightclubs in Sin City.
OK now wait just a minute, I can hear your brain doing the math. There are six in your group, so six divided by $450 is about $75 each, right? And you're thinking you'd spend at least $100 a night each at a Vegas club, so in that case getting a bottle is a damn bargain. Wrong. Most of the hottest clubs will absolutely require your group to purchase one bottle (remember, at $450 and up) for every three to four people in your group. Sometimes clubs even have the two minimum for the table, regardless of the size of your group. It is also worth noting that prices can be higher for holiday weekends and other special events such as March Madness, Halloween or the National Finals Rodeo, etc.
Other fees to consider include what clubs call the "table fee." What the hell is a table fee? Think of it as a tip to the club's VIP Host to make it happen. Typically this table fee can range anywhere from $100 to thousands of dollars depending on celebrity access. And yes, I can see your eyes bugging out from here. That is a lot of money, potentially. But consider that you're really paying to rent your own exclusive table or booth for the night with access to an area of the club that carries with it a certain cache (as well as not being jam packed with the unwashed masses, you know?) and you own private wait staff. Then it seems worth it, right? I mean, that is a Vegas experience to have. You and your buddies with access to the hottest people in the club, with access to celebrities and athletes that might be there. That's pretty frickin' cool. And here's the REAL Vegas Insider's tip to getting this VIP treatment at a price you can deal with – we can negotiate a set price at all of Las Vegas' hottest clubs. Reservation is not something you should even attempt to handle on your own. Bachelor Vegas has the connections and the deals and can smooth the way for you and your group at any club in town.
When Should I Reserve my Table?
And finally, when should you book a VIP table? Think about it - it's probably a special occasion and you're planning to spend the entire night in one spot, or just a few spots. It wouldn't be smart to drop $800 (for instance) and then walk away from all that liquor and the private table and service to just hit the casino or another club. If you hit a few different clubs earlier in the night and ended up at your table location by 11pm (most clubs require you to arrive around 11p to keep your reservation but Bachelor Vegas can work with the clubs to make the time later if that suits your group better), that would be a good way to both get the most out of your night by hitting a few different scenes and then having the exclusive experience at the club of your choice later in your night.
One last thing to consider about Las Vegas bottle service is your group's drinking habits. If you're a raging type and your four BFFs are two drink a night types, the club is still going to have its requirements for one to two bottles at upwards of $450 a pop (plus tax+gratuity which is usually 33%). If your group likes to drink, the price can be definitely worth it, especially when drinks are $12 and up and you're drinking for six or more hours. That can add up. Then factor in fighting the crowd for the bartender's attentions and well, you can see how the bottle pricing is worth it. Bachelor Vegas is your one-stop place for all your Las Vegas nightlife reservation, well, let's face it-if you can dream it, we can make it happen and happen even better than you dream it. BV's connections can secure you VIP table at a budget you can afford. Contact us today for the experience of a lifetime. You don't have to be a high roller, you just have to know these insider's tips.
What Does It Come With?
Bottle Service = Free VIP table + Free mixers & ice + Free Coctail server + Free Hosted VIP entry + Free Chicks magnet!