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Luxe Vacation, Theme Week

Feel like going to Las Vegas for the weekend? Well, if you've got a few hundred grand lying around then we've got the perfect itinerary for you.

But if you don't, you're invited to join the jealousy club as we take a look at how some of the most A-list celebs like Kim Kardashian, Beyoncé, and Lady Gaga do Vegas. We broke it down, from the jet, to the four-star hotel, to the dinner, to the bottle service...

You get the idea.

Jet Smarter

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Round-trip flight from Los Angeles: $85,500

If you're really going to do this right, the only way to get there is to charter a private jet. You can't be seen flying commercial. And with JetSmarter, a super easy-to-use app that lets you check flights and book charters, dropping a few hundred G's is only a click away. But look, the plane is gorgeous and there are so many amenities: an enclosed lavatory, a CD player, a microwave oven and even a VCR (should you be looking for a place to watch your tapes), to name a few.

Cosmopolitan Hotel, Las Vegas

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Hotel: $5,000

We hear Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, and Kim Kardashian all have stayed at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, so yes, you too will be staying at the pinnacle of exclusivity in one of their penthouse suites. The penthouse has three bedrooms, so probably no need to pass out on the floor no matter how many people you have over—but if for whatever reason you do throw a rager and wake up to a tiger in the bathroom, your round-the-clock butler can try to be of some assistance.

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ATTENTION: WE ARE NOT ENCOURAGING YOU TO RECREATE THE HANGOVER.

Cosmopolitan Hotel, Las Vegas

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Pool Party: $35,000

Marquee Dayclub is one of Vegas' most exclusive day parties where LeBron James, Chris Paul, and Ashley Graham were recently seen partying. This is definitely where you'll want to be when it's stupid hot and the only thing you'll want to do is lie by a pool. And drink. Drink champagne. To be specific you'll receive a six-liter bottle of Cuvée Dom Pérignon or Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé, which should last you a little bit…

Also there are dope musical performances (DJ Khaled spun not too long ago) you'll get to hear while in your private grand cabana in the most premium location near the DJ booth. Oh, and you have your own private dipping pool.  But don't stay in the cabana the whole time because there are 22,000 square feet to explore, two pools, multiple bars and, of course, gaming areas*. 

*Bring your own calculator if you plan on gambling.

SLS HOTEL

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Dinner: $2,143

Bazaar Meat by José Andrés™ is not the place for you if you're partying with a bunch of vegetarians.

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Celebs such as Aaron Paul and wife Lauren Parsekian, as well as Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are just a few who have dined at this swanky eatery. For $1,000 you can start with a Goliath-size, 27-liter bottle of wine, the equivalent of 36 standard bottles. You'll want to order up some of their most delectable caviar, which goes for $350 for 2 ounces. Maybe get some cured meats for $60. But the menu really is for the adventurous eater.

The Suckling Pig (the entire pig, it's 11 pounds) is one of their signature dishes, served in a Spanish cazuela and roasted in a wood-fired oven. If you're feeling up to it you'll have to let the restaurant know ahead of time—and it's $540. If you're not in the pork mood opt for a beef rib steak which is only $98 per pound or the bone-in-strip loin for $95.

It may just be the most expensive meal you've ever had; but remember, it's delicious, and when partying like a star you don't care about the cost.

Hyde Nightclub, Las Vegas

Courtesy of Bellagio Las Vegas

Nightclub: $250,000

Table service at Hyde overlooking the fountains of Bellagio is definitely the most extravagant nightlife experience. Your table is the best in the venue and you'll be hand-delivered a gold box with a single red button allowing you to control the fountains and choose the songs! By pushing this button you are now in control of 4,700 lights and 1,200 individual fountains shooting up to 460 feet high. As the fountains play to the songs of your choosing, it's the perfect time to toast with your 30-liter bottle of Ace of Spades champagne, which is equivalent to 40 bottles!

Spa Treatment: $620

The relative bargain portion of your trip! You'll probably want to relax after the night you just had and there is no better way than by indulging at the spa at the Mandarin Oriental, one of only 30 spas in the world to receive the Forbes Five-Star award. 

If you're feeling like you want to exert some energy and work out there are a variety of classes like yoga and Pilates to choose from, or if you want to lay there and be pampered you should opt for one of their signature body treatments, Oriental Harmony. This treatment is almost two hours and you get four hands (yes, two people) touching you at the same time, in unison. They'll scrub you and bathe you and massage you, and you'll leave feeling like you own the world.

It's Vegas, after all. Go big or go home. 

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