You know, we can make fun of Twilight cruises all we want (we want very much!) but it should be noted that at least the Twilight cruise is a theme vacation for children. Sure. Children love stupid stuff and parents love midnight buffets. That just makes sense. But a The Hangover-themed vacation package for Las Vegas? For adults? No, David Blaine. Don’t get me wrong: we all enjoyed The Hangover. Zach Galifianakis was in a wolf pack of one, but now he is in a wolf pack of everybody. But seriously, baby boys, time to go to grow up town. Make your own memories, fellas! You can do it! Put an ad on Craigslist for “true friends” and you’ll see. You’ll be drowning in dick pics cherished moments.

Anyway, what exactly does The Hangover package entail?

Forum Tower Royal suite? Check. (Also, checked for tigers.) Food to take the edge off? Check. Use your $50 Serendipity 3 food credit for the Hangover Omelet, loaded with bacon, French fries, mushrooms and cheddar. Hair of the dog? Check – use your $50 pool credit for a round of bloody Marys at the Garden of the Gods pool complex.

And just in case you needed a little help getting your hangover in the first place, we’ve included a pair of VIP passes to Pure Nightclub, the #1 after-dark hotspot in America.

The suite is checked for tigers. I get it. Are there Pulitzer Prizes for copy-writing? I think there are. They’re in the drawer next to the suicide bullets. Also: HANGOVER OMELET! Yum. Tastes just like authentic life experiences worth every penny. (Caesar’s Palace via Movieline.)

Comments (29)
  1. anyone who thinks this is a fun idea is not a fun person.

  2. Is chlamydia included, or is that extra?

  3. What? On second thought, don’t answer that…

  4. Is the last third of the vacation also painfully unfunny!? (excluding the photos at the end)

  5. Heather Graham is available to hang out and do whatever for an additional charge.

  6. Does the package include a room for my autoracist Asian friend?

  7. Give them some credit – it’s probably the most exciting writing about $100 in Munch Money we’re ever going to see.

  8. That suite at $200 a night is worth a few downvotes. I’m game for this.

  9. Theme vactations like this would be great if they were done for cult films, not stoner-blah-comides.

  10. mrthu  |   Posted on Aug 19th, 2009 +7

    Since the plot of the movie revolves around a night of unplanned, spontaneous events, a predetermined vacation package of fully planned, completely arbitrary activities just makes sense!

  11. In their defense, LOTS of assholes go to Vegas, so at least they are marketing to the right demographic.

  12. I just assumed that *anyone* who vacations in Las Vegas is an asshole, so this strikes me as an excellent marketing ploy.

  13. *Date rape drugs not included.

  14. I don’t see how food and lodging counts as a “Hangover” package. I mean, isn’t that just, you know, the standard package most people get? I mean, McDonald’s can’t go around saying their Big Mac Extra Value Meal is a tie-in to “Julie and Julia” just because the movie involved food.

  15. I have a weird image in my head of these Las Vegas guys kidnapping a load of tiny Korean men and forcing them to jump out of cars at random intervals.
    But then, I have a sick, sick mind

  16. French fry omelet? Sign me up!

  17. MK  |   Posted on Aug 19th, 2009 0

    So are they encouraging people to stay at their suites while they engage in highly illegal behaviour? In a few months are we going to see a rash of articles about groups of men who were totally stoked on a Hangover weekend only to be arrested on any variety of cocaine-and-hooker-related charges?

  18. jdar  |   Posted on Aug 19th, 2009 +3

    I have been tending bar as a summer job, and you have no idea how many times people who seem like potential your boyfriends (and John Gosselin’s new BFF’s) have quoted some form of the wolf pack speech before throwing back a round of shots.

    So yeah, pretty perfect marketing ploy.

  19. May I invite you on my District 9 Shantytown Vacation? You stay for three years and you get to throw up a lot.

  20. Are there Skittles in there?

  21. I bet it’s harder to find spare babies than spare strippers.

  22. SPK  |   Posted on Aug 20th, 2009 -1

    Agreed. And anyone who thought that movie was funny is not a funny person. Zing.

  23. One of my friends actually one that contest and I’m picking him up from airport tomorrow, and he said he had a great time. Thanks, dick.

  24. Excellent site, keep up the good work

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