This $100,000 Vegas Valentine’s Weekend Package is Totally Over The Top

And that’s not even including the gambling.


When it comes to Valentine’s Day, some still prefer cutesy cards and flowers, while for others it’s more about bottle service, four-star meals and high-stakes gambling. Definitely on the over-the-top Dan Bilzerian end of the spectrum is Wynn Las Vegas’ new $100,000 “Amour” Package (that’s French for love, not a stripper’s name, Dan), being offered for the very first time on Valentine’s Day weekend. 

Designed to charm the thong off at least one woman – though at that price we expect a ménage-a-trois at the very least (also French) – the Amour account-emptier allows you to lord it over both the resort’s sexy XS Nightclub and new Jardin restaurant in a manner sure to impress even the most high-maintenance of mates. 

XS nightclub.

The curated package features a five-course tasting menu with wine pairings at Jardin, personally designed by executive chef Joseph Zanelli, including oysters, caviar, foie gras and charred filet mignon. Following dinner is the “ultimate VIP experience” at XS including the best table, shout outs and stage time with the DJ and refreshments in the form of the club’s signature $10,000 Ono cocktail made with Rémy Martin Louis XIII Black Pearl cognac and Charles Heidsieck vintage 1981 champagne. 

The offerings at Ono.

It comes served with an 18-karat gold XS necklace with a black pearl and encrusted diamond and a set of gold cufflinks wrapped in genuine stingray skin.
In addition, guests will enjoy bottles of Beluga Gold Line, Clase Azul Ultra, a limited three liter of Dom Pérignon White Gold Edition champagne and rare sparkling wines all delivered to their table by a team of scantily-clad XS Angels. 

Then head up to your luxury suite atop the Encore at Wynn Las Vegas to sleep it off and such for two nights, taking time out only for a couple’s (trio’s?) massage at the hotel spa. Call 702.770.7073 to book the extravagant escapade, but only if you’re going to share photos with us afterwards.