The Hakkasan at Las Vegas is the first nightclub for the restaurant brand. The chain has restaurants at many hotspots around the globe including London, New York City and Miami. The nightclub at Las Vegas is housed in MGM Grand Hotel & Casino and has been developed as a five-level culinary and nightlife mecca. The highlight of the nightclub is their bottle service which costs $500,000 and is easily the world’s most expensive service of its kind. The package they offer is called the Armand de Brignac Dynastie Collection that consists of nine bottles of the champagne. Three of the bottles in the collection are in new sizes and have been created specifically for the package.
The Collection Created Exclusively for Hakkasan
The bottle sizes are 4.5 liter for Rehoboam, 9 liter for Salmanazar and 12 liter for Balthazar. The collection has been created exclusively for Hakkasan and its high rolling guests. The gilded bottles have been specially designed and feature pewter ace of spades emblem. Hakkasan Las Vegas is all geared up for the exclusive service and has even altered the exterior of the iconic building of MGM Grand Hotel & Casino at the corner of Tropicana and Las Vegas Boulevard. It is unheard of tenants getting the permission to alter exterior of major buildings in Las Vegas to suit their needs. But then Hakkasan is no ordinary brand.
Each Bottle in the Collection is Hand Crafted at Chigny-les-Roses in France
The nine bottle collection of Armand de Brignac’s prestige cuvée Brut Gold Champagne starts from the standard 750-milliliter bottle then goes up to 1.5 liters, then 3, 4.5, 6, 9 12, 15 and finally the world record breaking 30 liter Midas. The total collection by volume is equivalent to 109 standard bottles of Champagne. If you want to own the exclusive collection yourself then you must place the order quickly because the supply is limited. Each bottle is hand crafted and there are only eight craftsmen who do this specialized job. The iconic brand was established way back in 1763 in Chigny-les-Roses in France. The brand is currently owned by the Cattier family who acquired it in 1951.