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Suite Escape: Your Perfect Las Vegas Suites For Bachelor And Bachelorette Parties

Last updated: January 31, 2019 at 9:52 am. Posted by in Flamingo Las Vegas, Las Vegas Hotels. 3 Comments on Suite Escape: Your Perfect Las Vegas Suites For Bachelor And Bachelorette Parties.

We may not have invented the bachelor or bachelorette party, but these Las Vegas suites would make you think otherwise. Not only do these suites offer the best amenities (like round-trip limo transportation and round-the-clock butler service), the pictures you’ll post on social media after staying here will give everyone a serious case of FOMO.

Here are a handful of our favorites. Life can’t get any suite-er than this.

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Party Like A Caesars in the Julius Duplex Suite at Caesars Palace for your Vegas Bachelor or Bachelorette party

Julius Duplex Suite at Caesars Palace. Photo by Claudio Rangel / Caesars Entertainment.

Julius Duplex Suite At Caesars Palace Las Vegas

The two-story Julius Duplex Suite inside Caesars Palace Las Vegas is perfect for your all-girls / all-boys adventure. It has a pool table, bar and a balcony to admire your party surroundings on the floor below. You can book up to four rooms.

The space in this newly-remodeled 2,000-square-foot suite is bananas and you can book up to four connected rooms, taking your party potential to extreme heights.

The Forum Classic Emperor Suite at Caesars Palace - Bachelor and Bachelorette Las Vegas Suite

The Forum Classic Emperor Suite. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Forum classic emperor Suite At Caesars Palace

Featured in the biggest Hollywood movies, the two-bedroom Forum Classic Emperor suite provides the ultimate celebrity trip. Ideal for bachelor / bachelorette parties, the room offers three separate seating areas, a wet bar and an eight-seat high-top table. The suite even has mood lighting (insert oohs and ahhs here). The suite can extend up to four bedrooms.

Fun fact: This suite has celebrity brownie points. “The Hangover” based its location here.  Additionally, the classic movie “Rain Man” was filmed inside this suite.

While you’re here: If there’s one thing Caesars Palace knows how to do besides luxury, it’s how to par-tay. You and the bros can have a whiskey and cigar pairing at Montecristo Cigar Bar.The ladies can enjoy a crafted cocktail in a posh atmosphere at Vista Cocktail Lounge or Vanderpump Cocktail Garden (opening spring 2019). Make sure to save your energy, though: OMNIA nightclub hosts the world’s hottest DJs and the rooftop space offers gorgeous views of the Strip. All the partying will work up an appetite, so don’t miss out on Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen or the hundreds of items at Bacchanal Buffet.

Las Vegas bunk bed rooms at the Flamingo Las Vegas

Just call dibs on the bunk you like. Rendering courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

2 Queens, 2 Bunk Beds At Flamingo Las Vegas 

This may not be a suite, but we wouldn’t pass up an opportunity to call top bunk. Plus, who doesn’t like to relive their childhood, but in a swanky and sophisticated room? Measuring 515 square feet, the 2 Queens, 2 Bunk Beds room at Flamingo Las Vegas comes equipped with two queen beds, each with its own overhead bunk. You can easily fit your entire party in here. In addition to its stylish furnishings, a sofa and bedside USB ports, you and your party can enjoy a separate vanity area (perfect for getting ready), a rain shower and a 55-inch HDTV.

While you’re here: Flamingo’s GO Pool is a prime Vegas destination during the warmer months. Not only can you enjoy a tropical atmosphere complete with waterfalls, GO Pool hosts headlining acts during the summer. (We still can’t get over Mya’s past performance.) Also, you’re only steps away from The LINQ Promenade, which features a great selection of restaurants, shops, concerts at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas and the 550-foot High Roller wheel.

Nobu Penthouse suite. Photo by Claudio Rangel / Caesars Entertainment.

Nobu Penthouse At Nobu Hotel Inside Caesars Palace 

The Nobu Penthouse inside Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace Las Vegas can hold up to 45 of your closest friends and can expand up to 4,350 square feet (five bedrooms total). A curved staircase whisks you to a second-story balcony where you can admire the beautiful views below. There’s also a 90-inch flat-screen TV, pool table and an elegant dining area – perfect for enjoying Nobu’s signature room service dishes.

While you’re here: While you’ll get access to a tasty and exclusive Nobu restaurant menu via room service, you need to visit the Nobu Restaurant Las Vegas at least once during your trip. Favorites include the yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño, a bevy of sushi and vegetarian / vegan options and unique tasting menus.  Sip on fancy cocktails at the lounge before or after your meal.

Book your bachelor or bachelorette party in Las Vegas in the Apex Suite at Planet Hollywood.

Apex Suite at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Apex Suite At Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

The glamorous 1,800-square-foot Apex Suite inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is like your own magazine photo shoot coming to life. The lounge-style atmosphere, the curved sofa that fits your entire party and trendy designs will make you feel like a Hollywood star. You’ll have center-Strip views, a separate dining and bar area (more places to party, we’d like to say) and the option of upgrading up to four rooms.

While you’re here: If you’re here in May or June, you can see the Grammy Award-winning Christina Aguilera: the Xperience live in concert. Other huge headliners you can catch while you’re here include The Backstreet Boys and Gwen Stefani. Before the show, have a casual bite at Gordon Ramsay Burger, or fancy it up at the sexy Strip House Steakhouse.

For you bachelor or bachelorette party go all out with your own private pool party at VooDoo at the Rio Las Vegas

VooDoo Collection at Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Voodoo Collection At Rio All-suites Hotel & Casino

The VooDoo Collection at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino is sure to put a spell on you — especially the one with the private pool on the balcony (seen above). This off-Strip escape is worth it on Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve for the fireworks alone.

The suites range from 2,400 to 3,000 square feet and offer 24-hour butler service, as well as a huge living and dining area. We say go all out with your own private pool party for an unforgettable weekend.

While you’re here: Your bachelorette party isn’t complete without experiencing the wildly popular and interactive ChippendalesFor the fellas, you can take a leap of fun (before your leap to marry) on the VooDoo Zipline, or enjoy live music at 172. If your bachelor and bachelorette parties fall on the same weekend, you can meet up with the entire gang at VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub & Lounge. For fans of tacos and margaritas, Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho offers all-you-can-eat-and-drink tacos and margaritas starting at $39.

Party in the Presidential Suite at Bally's for you bachelor or bachelorette party in Las Vegas

Presidential Suite at Bally’s Las Vegas. Photo by Claudio Rangel / Caesars Entertainment.

Presidential Suite At Bally’s Las Vegas 

This renovated two-story, 1,390-square-foot Resort Presidential Suite at Bally’s Las Vegas has the ideal floor plan: There a huge living room with floor-to-ceiling windows and a tucked away bar area downstairs and the one bedroom upstairs. That way, whenever you need to take a break from the madness, your secluded room is a towering staircase away. You can, however, upgrade to as many as four bedrooms.

Celebrity Jubilee Executive Suite at Bally's Las Vegas - Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties in Las Vegas

Jubilee Executive Suites at Bally’s Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Jubilee Executive Suites at Bally’s Las Vegas 

The spacious 640-square-foot Jubilee Executive Suite offers modern designs and center Strip views. These suites have something that most suites of its size do not — a giant-sized tub right smack in the middle. We’re not saying you should take a bubble bath with your besties (unless that’s your type of thing), but we are saying it’s awesome for group selfies… or seeing how many rubber duckies you can fit.

While you’re here: Start the night off on a wild note and pregame at Tequila Taqueria Bar & Grill, dine at the trendy BLT Steak or take a stroll through the outdoor Grand Bazaar Shops.

1,000-square-foot Magnifique Suite inside Paris Las Vegas

The Magnifique Suite at Paris Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Magnifique Suite at Paris Las Vegas 

C’est magnifique! The 1,000-square-foot Magnifique Suite inside Paris Las Vegas has a warm and exciting feel with its bright yellow and royal blue accents and whimsical designs. This suite offers separate living and sleeping rooms, along with a whirlpool tub in the luxurious bathroom. You’ll also find a wet bar and large flat-screen TVs. Some suites even offer fountain views.

While you’re here: You’ll love the outdoor garden vibe at Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop. For a more playful and relaxed setting, BEER PARK is the way to go. Gordon Ramsay Steak has mouthwatering delicacies and the signature sticky toffee pudding, while Mon Ami Gabi has a charming outdoor patio that’s the perfect setting for brunch.

Learn more about Caesars Entertainment’s Bachelor and Bachelorette Las Vegas party experiences.

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I live for a crazy Vegas adventure, but not in ways you may think. Sure, our nightlife scene is all fun and dandy, but I love discovering all of the city's vegan options, relaxing in hotel rooms and seeing the best concerts - no matter how big or small the crowd may be. Since I've ditched the rain in Seattle two decades ago, I graduated from UNLV and covered Las Vegas entertainment articles for Vegas.com, the LA Times and our very own Total Vegas Blog. When I'm not writing, you'll find me spending time with my husband, toddler and two pets.

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3 Responses

  1. Alex

    Jeannie, do you have any information about the suites at Harrah’s?

  2. What an amazing place! Thanks so much for sharing your adventure and gorgeous photography.

  3. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Alex – Check out this article about Harrah’s suites: http://blog.caesars.com/las-vegas/las-vegas-hotels/new-harrahs-las-vegas-suites/

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