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Drai's in Las Vegas Sets New Standard with Airplanes,Fireworks and Superstar DJs

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A new standard for Las Vegas nightlife is about to be set this Memorial Day weekend. Drai’s Beach Club Nightclub located at The Cromwell has raised the bar so far, that it’s sky high…pun intended…

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Bored with doing the usual bottle service at a day club or night club outing? Well Drai's has a solution to your everyday bottle service problems.

Drai’s lavish packages include options such as, your very own firework display, and even transport on Drai’s Airways. The most expensive package will cost you $737,000 and will include a private 737 for you and 50 of your friends (hopefully, with yours truly in tow), 1 Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Midas, 1 Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Rose Nebudchanezar, and 100 Dom Perignon Brut Luminous.

But, if you’re like me and just fresh out of almost a million dollars, there are other packages starting at $5,000 or even a $75 signature cocktail, which in this situation seems reasonable, yet on the boring side.

Obviously, Drai’s isn’t going to offer all of this opulence to guests and not have a venue and a lineup of DJs to match. Drai’s Beach Club boats two-levels with a 360 degree view of the Las Vegas strip with other impressive stats that include: Two lower level main pools, central wet deck and perimeter seating, 40 poolside day beds, nine exclusive VIP Bungalows sharing five elevated pools,15 luxury mezzanine level cabanas with private pool with private shower/restroom, two full bars, elevated DJ booth, ten 35-foot natural palm trees, and unobstructed sunlight. Now those are some impressive stats.

Superstar DJ’s like Adventure Club, Borgeous, Arty and Eric Prydz will be on hand to keep the dance floor banging with the venues 5,000 revelers.

For more information, tickets and reservations please visit http://www.drais.net

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