Champagne Vending Machines Are About to Be a Thing
The miniature bottles also come with their own flute.
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Las Vegas is now home to the first public champagne vending machine in the U.S., located in the hotel's "Sky Bar" on the 23rd floor. Not only that, but each mini bottle of Moët & Chandon comes with its own flute, so you can start drinking right there and then. (The machine is in Vegas, after all.)
Carrying 320 miniature bottles, holding a glass and a half of champagne each (portion control is possible in Vegas), the machine is also carefully designed to dispense the champagne without shaking it too much-avoiding any surprise bursts. (Check out these champagne ice cubes that will seriously upgrade your brunch mimosas.)
According to Travel & Leisure, guests must be 21 or older and buy a $20 token from the front desk in order to use this brilliant concoction-after which, they simply place the token in the machine and order their bubbly at the simple press of a button. If that doesn't warrant a girls' trip or a destination bachelorette party, we're not sure what does.