The Ultimate Las Vegas Bachelorette Party Itinerary

You’re finally tying the knot! Or maybe your bestie is. Either way, you have the opportunity to host a bachelorette party of epic proportions in one of the most iconic cities in the world. How are you going to pull this off? By creating an itinerary that will make even the worldliest women green with envy.

Las Vegas, Nevada has become a mecca for shoppers, gamblers, sightseers and globetrotters. It’s the perfect place to experience the wild side of life before taking the plunge. Put every one of your Vegas minutes to good use by adding these activities to your bachelorette party itinerary.

Where to Save

Throwing a Las Vegas bachelorette party is no easy feat. However, Bachelorette Vegas makes the process easy by putting together VIP package deals designed to give you and your guests VIP treatment. Gain access to some of the most exclusive areas in Vegas with hosted entry into the best restaurants, clubs and entertainment venues in the city.

Bachelorette party packages are available at all price points and include options like limo pickup, premium seating at male revues, bottle service and expedited entry into KAOS, Hakkasan, Omnia, XS and many other top Las Vegas nightclubs.

Where to Stay

Las Vegas has no shortage of spectacular hotels, many located right on the Strip. Enjoy enormous rooms at The Palazzo at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, which also houses the infamous TAO Nightclub.

With its Italian villa aesthetics and central-Strip locale, Bellagio is prime party real estate equipped with an extensive spa where your group can receive manicures and pedicures while sipping champagne.

Wynn and Encore are home to countless luxuries, including one of Vegas’ swankiest nightclubs, XS and its daytime counterpart, Encore Beach Club. They also offer European sunbathing and a host of luxury shops and boutiques, like Chanel.

Where to Dine

Start your evening with a meal at one of the city’s most esteemed restaurants. Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace features some of Gordon Ramsey’s best signature dishes served in a high-energy environment that will make you feel as if you’re on the set of the show. You can also choose to treat yourself to a flavorful ribeye at Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar or some authentic Korean BBQ at Best Friend at Park MGM.

Why choose just one dish when you can sample several in one sitting? At Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace, guests can enjoy masterfully-prepared French cuisine while taking in picturesque views of the Strip. The Michelin-starred restaurant offers multi-course tasting menus featuring classic dishes like artichoke and black truffle soup.

Upscale Cantonese is on the menu at Mott 32 at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. The fine dining establishment does everything right, from the friendly service to the comfortable atmosphere. Of course, the food is also top-notch. Mott 32 sources the finest ingredients available to create dishes that deliver authentic international flavors.

If you prefer a more playful approach to fine dining, make reservations for Greene St. Kitchen at The Palms. Green St. Kitchen offers contemporary dining and a “no rules” menu that allows guests to create modified plates of their favorite foods. From the colorful graffiti art that spans the walls to the arcade games in the front, the restaurant complements the Palms party scene with ease.

What to Do 

A bachelorette party is the perfect excuse to enjoy a few days out with the girls. Start your adventure at the pool. Sporting your sexiest swim attire, escape to one of Vegas’ premier pool party destinations for cold beer, great music and even better company. Some great options include KAOS Dayclub at Palms, Drai’s Beach Club at The Cromwell, Daylight at Mandalay Bay, Marquee Day Club at The Cosmopolitan and Encore Beach Club at Encore.

After you’re done soaking up some sun, watch a concert or performance by one of the city’s greatest entertainers. Las Vegas is known for its spectacular lineup of live performers, like influential pop stars Jennifer Lopez and Gwen Stefani. You also can’t go wrong with a Cirque du Soleil show.

For guys, strip clubs are an inevitable bachelor party activity. For girls, its male revue shows. The Chippendales and Thunder from Down Under are longstanding favorites in Vegas, offering wild and playful dancing designed to meet every woman’s fantasies. In early 2017, Channing Tatum launched “Magic Mike Live” at the Hard Rock Hotel which also offers fun and sensual entertainment.

No bachelorette party is complete without a good bar crawl or nightclub appearance. The number of bars, lounges and clubs in Las Vegas is staggering. Marquee, Drai’s, KAOS and XS are just a few options to consider. Most clubs open around 10 PM and operate until the early morning hours.

Unless you feel like standing all night, you’ll want to splurge on a table for your group. Bottle service takes the bachelorette party experience to a whole new level. Dance, relax, drink and repeat while enjoying views of the club from your own private table. Booking bottle service can also help you bypass the long lines outside the club.

How to Refresh

Celebrate the end of an unforgettable weekend in Vegas with some much-needed pampering. After several nights of drinking and dancing, you may need to reenergize before heading back home. Spend your final day in Vegas at the spa.

Experience the healing powers of water at the award-winning QUA Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace. The 50,000-square-foot space includes three Roman-style baths, a Laconium Room and a snowing Artic Ice Room – the only one of its kind in the world.

You can also retreat to The Cosmopolitan for a few hours of uninterrupted bliss. Sahra Spa & Hammam is a desert-inspired oasis with soothing waterfalls and canyon-like halls. Stop by for a detoxifying body treatment, deep tissue massage or illuminating body peel. When you reserve the Sahra Spa Penthouse Suite, you can enjoy luxury spa amenities and services a private setting equipped with living and entertaining areas.

The Wrap Up

Don’t brush off your bachelorette party planning duties until the last minute. It takes time to build the ultimate itinerary for the big event. Fortunately, Las Vegas has something exciting for every bride-to-be and activities for all budgets.

–Brandy Dishaw

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