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One VIP night out at this Las Vegas hotel will cost you $250,000

The fountains in front of the Bellagio Resort and Casino in Las Vegas are one of the most iconic features on the Strip.

There's no better spot to watch the them perform their elaborate choreography than from the Hyde Bellagio, a nightclub inside the hotel. And patrons who want to take things to the next level can elevate their evening by purchasing control of the mesmerizing fountains for the night, as featured on a recent episode of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."

The Bellagio Fountains on the Vegas strip.
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The Bellagio Fountains on the Vegas strip.

However, the experience doesn't come cheap: It costs $250,000 to gain control of the waterworks.

The price gets you seated at a VIP table, where you choose which song to synchronize the fountains to, with options ranging from Elvis to Bruno Mars, "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" reports.

This button will set off a custom waterworks show.
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This button will set off a custom waterworks show.

Once you've selected your music, an oversize red button is delivered to your table in a gold-plated box. Press the button and watch the water fly.

The $250,000 experience doesn't end there. A three-foot-tall, 100-pound bottle of Jay Z's Ace of Spades champagne is delivered to your table, flanked by its own security team.

Midas bottle of champagne
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Midas bottle of champagne

The Midas-sized bottle typically sells for between $130,000 and $250,000 and is filled with the equivalent of 40 standard bottles of champagne, so bring your friends and bask in the glow of taking over of a piece of Vegas for the night.

Watch new episodes of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" Thursdays at 10P/ET.

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