Gaz's Guide: Hang Like a High Roller

Not the type to let a global pandemic get in the way of a good time? Then now’s your chance to do Vegas like the ballers do—and at a fraction of the cost. From first class flights and accommodations to luxury dining, shopping and other rarified recreational activities, there’s never been a better time to explore Sin City's legendary excess for less. To help you get in the big money mood, we spoke with Absinthe's The Gazillionaire, who was kind (or as he so succinctly put it, "bored") enough to share a few of his favorite ways to live large in Las Vegas. 

Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
Can you say ‘
Ver-sayce?’ Shop like the Showgirls at Las Vegas’ definitive luxury shopping destination. We’re talking Armani, Balenciaga, Breitling, Burberry, Christian Louboutin, Fendi, Gucci, Hublot, La Perla, Louis Vuitton, Tourneau, Valentino, Van Cleef & Arpels…y’know, the good stuff. Or better yet, shop like Gaz—and by that, we mean have Forum Shops’ concierge hook you up with private presentations at all your favorite spots.

Impresario's Reserve at Absinthe Las Vegas
Impresario’s Reserve Tickets to Absinthe
Experience the greatest show in Vegas history—and yes, that’s an
actual quote from an actual publication—in style! With Impresario’s Reserve tickets, you get to bypass the plebes via secret entrance before taking the very best seats in the house. Like, seats so good, acts will happen as close to in-your-face as safe social distancing allows. Plus, the first drink’s on Gaz!

HeliYoga
HeliYoga
Even Gazillionaires get namaste from time to time, they just prefer to do so amidst the untrampled tranquility of spots like the top of the Valley of Fire—which can only be reached by helicopter. And now you can, too! Treat up to five members of your entourage to a 2.5-hour yoga adventure, including 75-minute outdoor lesson (adaptable to all levels), custom playlist and instruction transmitted through wireless headsets and round-trip travel from the Vegas Strip to the Valley of Fire.
 

Krug Chef's Table at Restaurant Guy Savoy
Krug Chef’s Table at Restaurant Guy Savoy
Michelin stars and $75 soups may not be as rare as they once were, but when it comes to fine dining, you still can’t beat the Krug Chef’s Table at
Restaurant Guy Savoy. The only Krug Table in the US, it seats up to six—in the actual kitchen. So you not only get a 10-course tasting menu of Savoy’s signature dishes, you get to watch each dish being prepared, as well. And did we mention there’s a frickin’ BREAD SOMMELIER and Krug Cuvée Champagnes throughout? Because there is.

Exotics Racing
Exotics Racing
Nothing says ‘micropenis’ like renting a half-million dollar, high performance vehicle just to sit in traffic on the Vegas Strip. Want to roll like a real baller? Take the wheel of
23 different exotics and American muscle cars—including a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 (760 hp), Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (755 hp), Lamborghini Aventador S (740 hp), Ferrari 488 Pista (710 hp), Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat (707 hp), Porsche 911 GT2 RS (690 hp), McLaren 570S Spider (562 hp) or Aston Martin Vantage (503 hp)—and push ’em to their limits on the fastest, safest racetrack in Vegas.

Nobu Villa at Caesars Palace
Nobu Villa, Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
If all goes well, you won’t be doing too much sleeping during your visit—but you’ll still need a place to park your purchases and, ahem, ‘freshen up’ between extravagances. Plus, germaphobes and shy poopers will really appreciate the extra social distance
10,300 square feet and a private elevator affords. Hell, if it’s good enough for Drake, JLo, Miley Cyrus and Gaz, it should certainly be good enough for you.