Drone Bottle Service Descends on Las Vegas Club Scene

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By Scott T. Sterling

Las Vegas’ endless pursuit of excess and modern technology has collided over the skies of the city’s legendary club scene.

The Marquee Dayclub Pool, which is part of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, has introduced its latest high-roller amenity in the form of poolside bottle service by drone.

The club introduced the airborne bottle service program over this year’s Memorial Day weekend, with each drone delivery package including a photo of the moment and an aerial shot of the party on the receiving end (via Marquee Las Vegas YouTube channel). With the Marquee Dayclub featuring a steady stream of superstar EDM DJs including Paul Oakenfold and Kaskade, it’s probably safe to say Anthony Bourdain won’t be hitting the scene anytime soon.

Related: Anthony Bourdain, Penn Jillette Sound Off on Not Understanding EDM: ‘Are We Just Old?’

Having that bottle of Ciroc delivered to you and your friends by drone doesn’t come cheap. According to Vegas Seven, a minimum $20,000 bottle buy is required to make it happen.

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