Here's how it works: visitors who want to grab a bottle of bubbly from the machine are required to pay with Moët-branded gold coin that's available for $20 at the hotel's front desk, where staff will presumably check for ID. In case you're wondering, the machine manages to dispense the bottles of champagne without shaking them. Perhaps best of all, each bottle comes with a flute so that you can start drinking without delay. The damn thing's in Vegas, after all.
But then again, you can always just go out and buy a full-size bottle and spare yourself the absurdity of inserting a giant gold coin into a champagne vending machine. We won't judge either way. OK, maybe just a little.