So you decided to take the plunge and go to Las Vegas for a bachelorette party. You’ve come to the right place. From dining to spa-ing to watching male strippers, Las Vegas has it all. However, its quite easy to get caught up in the hype if you don't plan ahead. Here is a list of tips for planning a great bachelorette party in Las Vegas.
Club crawl it
If your party likes to roam, Las Vegas has a host of club crawl companies that will take you and your party to multiple nightclubs via party bus or limo. They take care of all the cover charges and sometimes get you a free drink or two for one price. Nite Tours offers club crawls starting at $59. They also offer customizable packages including a veil and Nite Tours signing t-shirt for the bachelorette. Mention the code “PARTYFREE” when you book and the bachelorette is free.
Choose the right hotel
Pick a hotel that suits your party’s personality. If you are planning on drinking from sun up to sun up, a hotel with day and night clubs is a perfect choice. If you want something a little more low key, say with a pool that doesn’t pump electronica all day long, then a boutique or non-gaming hotel might be the best for you.
Hit the Spa
The Salon and Spa at Aria Las Vegas has a special spa private party room that accommodates up to four people. The room has a three-person hydrotherapy tub, relaxation area, flat-screen television, sound system and food and beverages. Bachelorettes choose two treatments from a special spa menu that includes facials and massages. The room costs $50 per hour (in addition to treatment costs) and requires a three hour minimum.
Plan ahead for dinner
Nice restaurants in Las Vegas can fill up fast, especially when it comes to seating larger parties. Your best bet is to research ahead of time and make reservations for your big dinners out. Some restaurants even offer special packages just for bachelorette parties. TAO and LAVO offer bachelorette packages that include dinner plus VIP nightclub admission and drinks, starting at $45 per person.
Get a fab outfit
Want to look your best for the night out? Vegas can help with that. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has a Rent The Runway pop-up shop where you and your party can stop in for the perfect designer dress. Guests can also book a group event that includes champagne and personal styling.
Take a pastry class
Take a break from partying for a little pre-wedding bonding and baking. Chef Megan Romano spent 12 years at Aureole at the Mandalay Bay before taking the show on the road to her own bakery, Chocolate and Spice. The bakery offers “A Decadent Girls Night Out” class which includes hands-on instruction by Megan herself of a savory or sweet item (ladies choice). The class lasts about an hour and half and costs $50 per person.
Cue the half naked men
The Men of Sapphire will makes things interesting at your bachelorette party, The men take the stage every Friday and Saturday evening at packages start at $40, including transportation. Sapphire’s offers a variety of add-ons including bottle service, dinner, VIP seating and pole dancing classes. Local ladies get into the show for only $10. Visit menofsapphire.com for more information or to buy tickets.