Elevate your evening by watching fireworks from the top of the Delano
Instead of freezing on the ground, find an elevator to get the best view possible of the Strip fireworks. The most jaw-dropping vantage point of all is at the top of the Delano resort -- on the 64th floor to be exact -- with outdoor patio seating and floor-to-ceiling windows to check out the entire Strip from the south end. Skyfall cocktail lounge is hosting a 1920s-themed party with general admission starting at $195 per person.
Neighboring restaurant Rivea has early dinners starting at $125 per person for a four-course prix fixe menu and escalating to $30,000 for a private dining experience for 30 people. (If that's not high-roller enough for you, how does $72,018 for 12 people sound?) In addition to the dinner, wine pairings, private dining room, and panoramic views of the fireworks, the package -- dubbed "A Private Firework of Aromas at Rivea" -- includes tastings of Midnight Louis XVIII and gift giveaways. A private DJ and photographer are thrown in as well -- so you can capture each moment without worrying about taking selfies all night long.
Cost: Dinner at Rivea starts at $125