How To Plan The Ultimate Vegas Bachelorette Party

It all comes down to this moment: You’ve got the outfit, you’ve sorted the invite list, and you’ve already warned everyone you know to be prepared for an inordinate amount of Instagram stories. No, we’re not talking about your wedding; we’re talking about your bachelorette party. Whether you’re planning on going the full-out, monogrammed tees and tiaras route or are just looking forward to getting all your favorite people together in one place, there’s no locale quite like Vegas to throw the ultimate pre-wedding party.

In partnership with Las Vegas, we’re bringing you a guide to the best of the city, from dining to hotels to activities, all based on what kind of bachelorette experience you’re looking to have. Planning on casino- and club-hopping? We got you. Need something a little tamer or less conventional? We’ve got that, too. Just remember: What happens at your bachelorette party, stays at your bachelorette party. That’s how the saying goes — right?

The Party Bride
The casino-hopping wild child that craves the traditional bachelorette experience.

Where to stay:
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (The Strip)
From Marquee, a massive night and day club (complete with a pool that towers above the entire strip), to chic pre-game-ready rooms, everything at this trendy hotel lives up to its bachelorette-worthy reputation.

Where to dine:
Lavo at Palazzo Las Vegas (The Strip)
If you’re looking for the all-in-one club-restaurant experience, this is it. After eating the signature giant meatballs, make your way upstairs and dance all night.

Bardot Brasserie at ARIA Las Vegas (The Strip)
Every bachelorette party needs a picture-worthy brunch. On the weekend, hit this French comfort-food spot for a full menu of decadent eats that pair well with several mimosas.

STK Las Vegas at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (The Strip)
This contemporary steakhouse’s modern decor and energetic vibe will pump you up from the moment you walk through the door.

What to do:
Omnia at Caesars Palace (The Strip)
If your idea of the perfect night out is dancing to Top 40 EDM, this is where you need to be. When you want to switch up the scenery, hit the rooftop garden for a little fresh air and views of the strip.

Magic Mike Live at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas (Off The Strip)
Is there such a thing as a trip to Vegas without a show? In classic bride-to-be fashion, spend your night with shirtless men, acrobatic stripteases, and dancing you’ll never forget.

Wet Republic at MGM Grand (The Strip)
Lazy days by the pool are fun, but dance parties by the pool are far better. In between DJs, grab a drink at the oft-Instagrammed pool-side bar.

Design by Louisa Cannell. Photos Courtesy Of The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, Omnia.

The Posh Bride
The everything-drenched-in-diamonds sophisticate.

Where to stay:
Wynn Las Vegas (The Strip)
You’ll feel like a high roller from the moment you step inside this posh hotel packed with lush greenery, decadent decor, and chandeliers.

Where to dine:
Wing Lei at Wynn Las Vegas (The Strip)
Surround yourself with gold and jewel tones at this critically acclaimed Chinese spot known for its Michelin-rated chef and Imperial Peking duck, which gets elegantly carved table-side.

Javier’s at ARIA Las Vegas (The Strip)
Located right off the casino floor in the ARIA Las Vegas, this dark, intimate space offers a high-end menu of Mexican food. Don’t miss out on the zesty guac.

Picasso at Bellagio (The Strip)
Known for its French/Spanish fusion cuisine and Picasso-lined walls, this is the perfect place to indulge in poached oysters, caviar, and a glass of Champagne.

What to do:
The Chandelier Lounge at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (The Strip)
Step inside a three-story chandelier (yes, really), and sip premium cocktails from behind a curtain of beaded lights.

Garden Of The Gods Pools at Caesars Palace (The Strip)
Travel back in time, and live like a Roman god with your choice of seven luxurious pools — complete with waterfalls and marble pillars.

Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace (The Strip)
Take a break from the constant rush of the city to enjoy a rejuvenating treatment at this decadent spa. Relax in the Arctic Ice Room under a blanket of falling snow — seriously.

Design by Louisa Cannell. Photos Courtesy Of Wynn Las Vegas, Caesars Palace.

The Unconventional Bride
The laid-back traveler seeking a unique bachelorette experience.

Where to stay:
the D (Downtown)
If you want all the fun of Vegas without the energy of the strip, try this downtown hotel where there’s a chill crowd and quick access to Fremont Street.

Where to dine:
eat. (Downtown)
Take a high-end chef, blend it with a relaxed crowd, and you get this reliable comfort-food spot. Go for a savory breakfast before heading out to experience the rest of the city.

Evel Pie (Downtown)
With rock-‘n’-roll decor and vintage memorabilia, this pizza joint is both fun and affordable. Be sure to try a slice of Balls To The Wall.

Pink Taco at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas (Off The Strip)
Hit up this laid-back joint for its Cal-Mex cuisine (which includes literal pink tacos) and daily happy hour (margarita anyone?).

What to do:
The Neon Museum (Downtown)
As if the strip wasn’t bright enough, The Neon Museum offers neon signs from Vegas’ past. Book a night tour to get the full, dazzling effect.

KISS By Monster Mini Golf at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino Las Vegas (Off The Strip)
With 18 holes themed after the famous ’80s rock band, glow-in-the-dark decor, special effects, and a DJ, this place will keep you occupied for hours.

Zombie Burlesque Show at Miracle Mile Shops (The Strip)
Set in an intimate theater, this “sexy zombie” burlesque show offers a hilarious variety performance you won’t find anywhere else.

Design by Louisa Cannell. Photos Courtesy Of The Neon Museum, the D, Evel Pie.

The Budget Bride
The one who blew her budget on flowers but still wants to have fun.

Where to stay:
Flamingo Hotel (The Strip)
A landmark that dates back to the ’40s, this Miami-themed hotel welcomes you in with its Art Deco style and kitschy neon-pink interior.

Where to dine:
China Poblano at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (The Strip)
This fusion joint makes it possible to eat dim sum and tacos at once ( and at an affordable price point).

The Peppermill (The Strip)
Take your 3 a.m. munchies to this 24-hour diner with seemingly endless options.

Hash House A Go Go at The LINQ (The Strip)
From oversized flapjacks to towers of eggs Benedict, this comfort-food joint does breakfast right. Bonus: You don’t even have to leave the strip.

What to do:
Bellagio Conservatory (The Strip)
Right next to the lobby at the famed Bellagio, you’ll find an enormous playground of seasonally themed botanics. The best part? It’s free!

Interlude Casino Lounge at The Cromwell (The Strip)
Treat yourself — and all the girls — to a drink at this casino lounge inside The Cromwell, which offers a daily happy hour with free live music and $1 cocktails.

Big Apple Roller Coaster at New York, New York Hotel & Casino (The Strip)
Head to New York, New York for a thrilling ride on the classic taxi-themed coaster. For an extra $5, transform your ride into a full-on VR experience.

Design by Louisa Cannell. Photos Courtesy Of New York New York Hotel & Casino, Flamingo Hotel.

The Gourmet Bride
The culinary queen willing to go great lengths for good food.

Where to stay:
MGM Grand (The Strip)
This massive hotel is a food-lover’s dream, offering everything from world-class chefs to a massive food court — and a few fast-food options for good measure.

Where to dine:
Carbone at ARIA Las Vegas (The Strip)
Get a taste of upscale Italian-American food in the middle of ARIA Las Vegas (don’t miss the Spicy Rigatoni Vodka).

Jaleo at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (The Strip)
For a fresh take on Spanish tapas and an upbeat atmosphere, hit this popular joint from renowned chef José Andrés.

Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand (The Strip)

This beloved spot from a Michelin-rated French chef is known for its lavish ambiance and pristine plating that’s a work of art in itself.

What to do:
Personal Cooking Class at Caesars Palace (The Strip)
Learn from one of the best chefs in the business at Restaurant Guy Savoy. Experience true French cooking from preparation to final plating (and eat the final product!).

Hexx Chocolate Tasting & Education at Paris Las Vegas (The Strip)
Learn all about how chocolate is made at the foot of Paris Las Vegas. Included in your tour: a sampling of every signature flavor.

Sprinkles Cupcake ATM at The LINQ (The Strip)
Instead of dispensing twenties, this millennial-pink ATM dispenses cupcakes and cookies — restocked day and night for whenever the sweet tooth hits you.

Design by Louisa Cannell. Photos Courtesy Of Sprinkles, ARIA Las Vegas.

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