Vegas revelers get on board for unique hangover remedy
If you’ve partied just a little too hard in Sin City, you can now seek salvation the next morning from Hangover Heaven.
Board Dr. Jason Burke’s anti-hangover bus—which offers a “stable” and “ultra-smooth ride” that’s gentle on queasy stomachs and pounding heads—and you can get back to the poker table after only 45 minutes of treatment.
Burke, a Duke University-trained anesthesiologist, offers a cocktail of intravenous medications that treat the nausea, inflammation and dehydration that can follow one too many Jack and Cokes.
The Hangover Heaven bus works the Las Vegas Strip and meets its hurting patrons in front of their hotels. It runs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Burke also offers a premium in-room therapy package on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
The two on-bus anti-hangover packages range from $130 to $200, but Burke is offering introductory pricing of $90 and $150. In-room therapy costs $500 for the first person and $375 for each additional person who cheered him on the previous night.
It may sound like a large offering to get to Heaven, but consider that the alternative is still worshiping the porcelain god.
Feeling a little worse for the wear after last night’s, um, overindulgence in Vegas? This bus travels with IVs that may help.