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A Diva’s Guide To The Ultimate Las Vegas Bachelorette Party Weekend

Last updated: July 27, 2016 at 4:13 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Shows, Nightlife, OMNIA Las Vegas Nightclub. Comments Off on A Diva’s Guide To The Ultimate Las Vegas Bachelorette Party Weekend.

A weekend Vegas getaway with the girls? No convincing needed. From Las Vegas bachelorette parties and spa weekends to reunions and annual girls’ trips, there’s plenty of things to do in Las Vegas for groups of fun, fearless females. Here’s your guide for what to do, see, drink, and even where to get your beauty rest. Total Experiences can organize and personalize Las Vegas vacations with the best access and group deals on suites, villas, pools, nightlife, dining, shows and more. For booking large groups and custom itineraries, call 702-731-7238 or email For single reservations or groups of less than 5 rooms, email or call 702-563-5060 to get started.


A resort town like Las Vegas features thousands of different hotel room types, but there are a few suite standouts that up the ante on your Las Vegas bachelorette party. The Cromwell is the newest, chicest boutique hotel on the Strip, offering an enviable location and on-site restaurant by Giada De Laurentiis. The Boulevard, Gallery and Cromwell suites feature plenty of space and even full size refrigerators to get the party started, mix some drinks, blast Rihanna and hang out. You might want to book a few rooms depending on your party size.

Over at Caesars Palace, check out the ultimate bachelorette party-ready Classic Emperor Suite, which has two king beds and the option of more connecting rooms. This suite is frequently requested, as it was used as the model for the buzzed-about location in “The Hangover.” Revel in girlie Hollywood glam with a Classic Executive Suite or splurge on the Marcus Aurelius Villa, with an outdoor terrace boasting a fire pit and whirlpool spa. Caesars Palace penthouses also have up to three bedrooms if you all want to bunk together. Hello, suite life sleepover!

Our favorite option is a Poolside Cabana Room at the trendy new LINQ Hotel. The oversized rooms feature private patios connected to the main LINQ Pool deck, so you can lounge in the shade, take a dip or order food and drinks right to your cabana (and hopefully get a cute cabana boy). It features one of the best Las Vegas deals right now: purchase a Cabana Room and get a $200 food and beverage credit per day to use to stock your party.


Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace was practically invented for bachelorette parties. A 50,000-square-foot spa compound, Qua was designed for “social spa-ing.” Features include multiple Roman baths, a tea lounge, giant whirlpool, Arctic Ice Room and herbal steam room. Scope out the massive treatment menu and plan to book ahead—we love the “New Age meets glam” vibe of “Diamond Radiance,” a Nobu-inspired facial with diamond-tip microdermabrasion. Have each girl pick out a spa treatment of her choice and try to book them all at the same time so you can enjoy the amenities together before and after. It’s a great place to gossip and rejuvenate before hitting the town, or get styled at Michael Boychuck’s COLOR Salon next door.

If you happen to need a re-stock on makeup, head to The Forum Shops at Caesars to get glammed up for the night at the same time. At NARS, you can get a full makeup application if you spend $100 in product. (That averages out to about three-to-four products.) Discuss what your daily makeup routine is with the artist and have her enhance that with a few Vegas-y touches, then buy what she suggests. The personal recommendations, full makeup and new products are definitely a knockout deal. NARS Replenishing Eye Cream, Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base, the Dolce Vita lip pencil and the selection of glow-y blushes and bronzers are our top get-glam picks.

After you get your Beyoncé on, shop at the Forum Shops for everything from teeny bikinis at Victoria’s Secret to sexy nighttime looks at bebe, DVF and M Missoni. And ladies, beware: there’s a Christian Louboutin boutique on the premises. I repeat, a Christian Louboutin boutique.


Beautiful, airy and boasting a killer vantage point, Giada at The Cromwell is a must-visit. The spacious restaurant serves up De Laurentiis’ favorite Italian dishes with a light, California twist. Share some bottles of Italian wine and keep your eye on the roving rose gold dessert cart for a finishing sweet treat.

Strip-side patio, giant sugary cocktails, desserts and comfort food? Cheers to that! Located in a plaza just outside Caesars Palace’s front doors, Serendipity 3 has it all. The ultra-girly restaurant features whimsical pink décor with black and white tile floors. And don’t even think about counting calories on this vacation because desserts are the stars at Serendipity 3. The monstrous sundaes topped with cherries and sprinkles are an indulgent splurge before you hit the town.

FIZZ at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

FIZZ at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

FIZZ Las Vegas is undoubtedly the prettiest bar you’ll ever step foot in. From the gold and lacquer finishes to the art and chandeliers, FIZZ features a high-class design aesthetic. Elton John, a resident performer at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, designed the venue with his husband David Furnish—and the result is an over-the-top glam slam you’d expect from Sir Elton. On the menu are several champagne cocktails and multiple champagnes by the glass, plus the nightly Bottomless Bubbles special. Choose a time—either 5-7 or 7-9 p.m.—and you’ll get endless refills of champagne for $36. As Lisa Vanderpump says, “life isn’t all diamonds and rosé, but it should be.”


For a fun only-in-Vegas activity, gather your girls and take a ride on the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel. Located at The LINQ Promenade, this landmark attraction offers up 360-degree views of the city, night and day. Happy Half Hour cabins hold about 25 guests and feature a bartender and bar inside so you can drink the entire 30-minute ride. Make your friends jealous with all the sky-high photo ops!

No matter what time of year you and the girls decide to hit Vegas, there’s a fabulous diva singing her heart out on stage or sexy, saucy shows designed to raise your heart rate. Shows you and your squad will love include Celine Dion at The Colosseum (she returns Aug. 27) and Chippendales, Rio’s male revue. Your favorite teen dream Britney Spears keeps rocking her famous hits over at Planet Hollywood, with sporadic dates every month through December. You know you’ll be singing along to “Oops!…I Did It Again” until the end of time anyway—why not see your idol perform all her top songs in person?

Planning to be here in February? All hail queen Mariah Carey. The ultimate diva began her Las Vegas residency, “Mariah: #1 To Infinity” in May, showcasing all 18 of her No. 1 smash hits. Held at the famed Colosseum at Caesars Palace, the 90-minute show is as glittery as it gets. Think extravagant rhinestone costumes, a bevy of diamond jewelry and sexy back-up dancers. One thing is for sure: her number ones bring all the girls to the yard. Expect a lot of singing along to your memorable favorites, from “Dreamlover” to “Honey” and “Fantasy.”

As this is Las Vegas, what Las Vegas bachelorette party would be complete without drag queen pop stars? Legendary Frank Marino’s famed Strip show “Divas Las Vegas” features impersonation performances of pop legends such as Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Cher and Rihanna. These ladies give you the next best thing to the real icons, and are decked out in drag that will make you do a double take. Come on, vogue!


Prepare to soak up the sun in style—several Strip pools boast a dayclub vibe with various levels of wild. (Most pools are open from March to October.) For an extravagant afternoon with strawberry mojitos, beautiful people, cabana service and a hyped party atmosphere, check out the high life at The Cromwell’s rooftop Drai’s Beach Club. The large villas can easily fit your party size—plus, they each feature private dipping pools.

Next door at Flamingo Las Vegas, the GO Pool offers a lush tropical setting that encourages drinking fruity cocktails and bringing out your wild side. DJs, contests, events and drink specials keep the party going all throughout the day so you can retreat in your cabana as much or little as you’d like. The LINQ Pool at The LINQ Hotel & Casino is also a hot new spot, with games, Night Swim parties and a cooling Recovery Zone. Our favorite promotion at this pool is—what else?—Champagne Sundays, where bottles of Moët and Veuve Clicquot are buy-one-get-one-free. Pop some corks!


You know life is hard when your main Vegas problem is choosing between OMNIA Nightclub and Drai’s Nightclub. Both are Vegas’ newest, hottest nightclubs. Both offer prime, rooftop views and A-list music talent. Calvin Harris vs. Chris Brown? We recommend hitting up each during your trip to get the full Vegas experience.

OMNIA has a futuristic-tech vibe with a stunning central lighting fixture and stars such as Afrojack at the turntables. There’s plenty of room to bar hop all night, from the Strip-view terrace to the mezzanine level VIP tables and Heart of Omnia lounge room. Across the street atop The Cromwell, Drai’s 11-story high placement gives partygoers an unrivaled vantage point for Instagramming up a storm. Whereas OMNIA usually features electronic dance music, Drai’s gears toward a mix of hip-hop, Top 40 and progressive.

If you’re looking for a more low-key vibe to your Las Vegas bachelorette party, the aforementioned FIZZ Las Vegas is open until 2 a.m. VISTA Cocktail Lounge, a sister nightlife property to OMNIA, has a swanky vibe, handcrafted cocktails and LED views of international cityscapes, all just a step away from Caesars Palace’s casino tables.

Girls just want to have fun!

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A 15-year Las Vegas resident, Emma Trotter has worked in the media industry since 2006, with a focus on entertainment journalism and celebrity news. Holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism & Media Studies from University of Nevada, Las Vegas, she has worked as a copywriter, editor, writer, reporter, blogger and produced several photo shoots for local lifestyle magazines. A true advocate of the city's diverse offerings and glitzy lifestyle, Emma has promoted Las Vegas extensively, whether writing about its top hidden gems, to exploring its rich, fascinating history or covering Las Vegas’s social scene and real estate, fashion, beauty, nightlife, dining and profiling the top influential executives.

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