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The famed fountains at the Bellagio now take requests. Here’s how it works: Guests have a seat at Hyde Bellagio, the hotel’s swank nightclub with prime views of the waterworks. Then, with the touch of a button (delivered in a gold box by a butler), the 4,700 lights and 1,200 fountains perform to the tune of your choice. The package costs $250,000 a pop and comes with a 30-liter bottle — that’s 127 glasses — of Ace of Spades champagne. Bottoms up.

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 —Jamie Wetherbe, Custom Publishing Writer

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