When ordering an exorbitantly priced bottle of booze, the standard line is, "What do I get, a BJ with that?", or "What do I get, a 3-night stay in Jason Giambi's 20,000sqft, $11m Cabo mansion with that?" Well, the answer to one of those is now yes, thanks to Hard Rock's Vanity Affair with Jason Giambi. Only available at the all-new nightclub Vanity is the Vanity Affair, where $100k gets you the joint's most exclusive table, one of only 100 3-liter, gold sheathed, laser-etched bottles of 1995 Dom Perignon white gold Jeroboam (the most expensive bubbly money can buy), plus, naturally, a three-night stay for you and 11 buds at the Cabo San Lucas villa of club co-owner/noted ambiguous apologizer Jason Giambi. The 9-bedroom, 12-bathroom mondo-luxe villa comes complete with all the food and booze you can handle, a full staff to cook and clean during your stay, and a personal chaperon to take care of any requests and make sure you don't trash the joint or dance too sexily during the slow songs. The villa's beyond decked, boasting a full state-of-the-art gym, movie theater, wine cellar, 16 flatscreens, a professionally appointed poker table, a split-level swimming pool area, private jacuzzis in a bunch of the bedrooms, a putting green, an outdoor kitchen with a gas grill, and two gas fire pits, so everyone can gather 'round for a hearty laugh, except Kevin. As should be the case for 1/10 of a million bucks, first class airfare for all 12's included, providing another opportunity to try and down another $100,000 worth of Champagne.
The concept behind Hard Rock hotels is simple: people need a place to crash after raging, gambling, eating, and drinking all night. And the Vegas outpost ensures that you'll be able to accomplish all of those things in one spot, with three towers devoted to hotel rooms, the casino, over 200,000sqft of pools, nine restos to booze or grab a bite, plenty of ways to (bachelor) party during your last nights as a free man, and more.