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It’s Gal Time: Why You Should Come To Vegas For Your Bachelorette Party

Last updated: March 27, 2018 at 12:50 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, Las Vegas Shows. Comments Off on It’s Gal Time: Why You Should Come To Vegas For Your Bachelorette Party.

Getting hitched? You better have the Vegas bachelorette party of the century. With so many spots in Vegas, we know it’s a challenge to narrow down everything into a weekend’s time. We’re going to simplify it for you. Round up your squad and have the gals trip everyone will talk about for decades.

Toast in the sky on the High Roller wheel.

Dine with the ladies 

For your Vegas bachelorette party, it’s all about the atmosphere. It sets the scene for everything. Oh, and food plays an important factor too. Check out our favorite places to nosh in Vegas.

Giada 

Vegas Bachelorette Party #ladieswholunch at GIADA Las Vegas Restaurant

We’re sure when you go here you’re going to hashtag #ladieswholunch for obvious reasons. The view is on point. We love GIADA at The Cromwell for many reasons. We appreciate a good pasta dish and after your meal, you won’t feel bloated like a Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade balloon. That’s because celebrity chef Giada de Laurentiis’ California-influenced menu has light, fresh ingredients. We absolutely love the citrus-marinated olives. The lemon grilled cheese sandwich and lemon spaghetti dishes are other popular plates. Snag a seat by the window and you’ll get a stellar view of the Strip.

Mon Ami Gabi

Enjoy brunch or lunch on Mon Ami Gabi's patio during your Vegas bachelorette party

Add another #ladieswholunch to your Vegas bachelorette list. Mon Ami Gabi is a popular French bistro located at Paris Las Vegas. Make sure you sit outside to get up-close views of the Eiffel Tower and the fountains show across the street. Mon Ami Gabi has an impressive wine list, but this Vegas restaurant is known for its breakfast and brunch specialties. Chat about last night’s shenanigans over chocolate hazelnut waffles and crepes. Add a glass of rosé if you dare.

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Searsucker 

Can’t get enough of our #SeriouslyFunSweets! Especially these Milk & Cookies.

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Forget counting calories or stressing about hitting the gym. You’re on vacation, girlfriend. Searsucker at Caesars Palace offers a bevy of comfort food favorites with a twist, but we couldn’t resist — we had to share the milk and cookies dessert. The cookies are baked fresh so when it hits your table, expect nothing short of warm gooey goodness. Wash it down with cold milk or go old school with it: Dunk that sucker (heh) in the glass of milk. No judgment on double dipping, we promise.

relax with the ladies 

For a successful Vegas bachelorette weekend, it’s all about balance. We know you came here to party, but pampering yourself is equally important. From spa trips to pool days, you’ll want to be well rested before you paint the town red.

Qua Baths & Spa 

For a successful Vegas bachelorette weekend enjoy a day at the Qua Baths & Spa

Massages and facials are always a popular go-to, but we’re recommending the award-winning Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace for its relaxing Roman bathing area. Since it’s a women’s-only zone, this is the ideal place for you and the girls to unwind. Or you might be the one who takes off to sit underneath the refreshing waterfall fixtures. That’s actually our favorite thing to do here. If you’re looking for a service to try, we’re all about the Lomi Lomi massage. Your spa therapist incorporates unique strokes and uses scented products that whisk your senses off to the tropics.

COLOR Salon by Michael Boychuck 

For your Vegas bachelorette party weekend enjoy a pedicure while sipping on champagne

How about some bubbly with your pedicure, ladies? You have to check out COLOR Salon by Michael Boychuck at Caesars Palace. Boychuck is known as the “Colorist of the Stars,” so stopping by this celebrity favorite is a must. Don’t stop at a pedicure — get your hair done too.

Enjoy a pool cabana or daybed 

Enjoy a pool cabana or daybed at Drai's at The Cromwell for your Vegas bachelorette party weekend

A day at the pool can be as relaxing as you make it to be. For the ultimate in relaxation, we suggest renting a pool cabana or daybed. That way, you’re in your own space. Jazz up your relaxing afternoon with a poolside massage and enjoy delicious cocktails while you’re at it. We love the cabanas at Drai’s at The Cromwell (pictured above), as well as the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace.

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Vegas Bachelorette Party: Shop until you drop at the Forum Shops in Caesars Palace

Go on a shopping spree 

Shopping is therapeutic, end of story. Head to The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino or Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s Las Vegas. You should also peek in your hotel’s gift shop. There’s a chance you can find fun bachelorette tees and rock ’em throughout the day’s festivities.

Showtime with the ladies 

What’s a bachelorette party without going to a wild and crazy Vegas show? Check out a couple of our favorites.

Chippendales 

Ladies night ?

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OK, so it’s been a couple of weeks but we’re still on a high from being pulled up stage at Chippendales at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. If you’re booking a trip to Vegas, make sure you secure a front row seat at Chippendales right after. It’s a whole lot of fun.

Backstreet Boys

Have a wild Vegas bachelorette party with seeing the Backstreet Boys perform live at Planet Hollywood

Speaking of feeling 16 again, you gotta see the Backstreet Boys, who are also playing at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood. They still got it goin’ on after all these years. You’ll rock your body for sure. Need a bit more convincing? Check out our wild night at Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life. And be prepared: We haven’t heard screaming this loud in a concert since the Beatles performed here in 1964.

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Drink and groove with the ladies 

Who’s ready to get their sip and dance on? Yeah, we see you. Let the real partying begin.

Bound 

Drink and groove with your girls at Bound in The Cromwell

Go classy by visiting this gorgeous, dimly-lit Vegas bar. Bound is The Cromwell’s hotel lobby bar, but it can very well be a standalone bar in a big city — one of those “secret” bars the cool crowd whispers about. The unique cocktails will take your taste buds to a happy place. Unleash your inner bunny with The Bunny Bubbles, champagne mixed with raspberry puree and fresh pomegranate. Need a caffeine jolt before the evening’s festivities? The spiked Wake Me Up Bro coffee drink is key.

The High Roller 

Take your Vegas bachelorette party high in the sky on the High Roller

We fly high: Take your Vegas bachelorette party high in the sky with your own private cabin (and bartender!) in the 550-foot-tall High Roller, the tallest observation wheel in the world. It’s your own dance party and a bold way to kick off the night.

Check out these High Roller packages for your bachelorette party:

Flirty:

  • 60-minute private cabin for up to 25 guests with open bar
  • One appetizer or dessert selection
  • Customized music
  • Souvenir photos
  • Sash, crown and beads for bachelorette
  • Champagne on board

Dirty (available after 11 p.m.):

  • 60-minute private cabin for up to 25 guests with open bar
  • One appetizer or dessert selection
  • Customized music
  • Souvenir photos
  • Risqué souvenirs and décor
  • “Fling before the ring” shots

OMNIA NIGHTCLUB 

Don’t miss the perfect view from the #OMNIALasVegas Terrace tonight! ?

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Get ready to shake your groove thang and as a friendly tip, pack some roll-up flats in your purse. (Trust us, you’ll need ’em.) We love OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace for multiple reasons. Not only does it host the biggest EDM DJs like Calvin Harris, Kaskade and Steve Aoki, but the rooftop view is phenomenal. You’re in the center of The Strip and the breeze feels nice after all that dancing.

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VooDoo Lounge 

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VooDoo Lounge inside the Rio boasts gorgeous views of the entire city and it’s also a great place to visit after Chippendales. And like OMNIA, it has a patio where you can get fresh air and enjoy a sweet view. Get the Witch Doctor rum cocktail, topped with dry ice for the dramatic element. The flair bartenders add a nice touch too.

Stay with the ladies 

You’ll need your beauty sleep, but also a gorgeous and spacious room to unwind during your downtime. These rooms fit the bill for an all-out bachelorette party in Vegas.

planet hollywood 

Planet Hollywood's Las Vegas suites hit the bill for your Vegas bachelorette party

The Ultra Panorama suite inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino shrieks party. And the views of Paris Las Vegas’ Eiffel Tower are snazzy too. When you’re not admiring the view over cocktails, you can bond with your gal pals on this sweet sectional. All of Planet Hollywood’s rooms just went through a major remodel, so you’ll be one of the first to stay in these beauties. With a spot this swanky, you better host an after party.

Flamingo Forever Fab Suite 

Have a unforgettable time during your Vegas bachelorette party in a suite at The Flamingo

We’re not suggesting this suite because of the bright pink splashes. OK, maybe we are. This spacious Forever Fab suite inside Flamingo has the right amount of girly touches to go with your unforgettable weekend. With a huge living and dining area offering multiple places to sit, this suite is ideal for mingling in smaller groups.

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Boutique hotels 

Stay in luxury for your Vegas bachelorette weekend at The Cromwell's Las Vegas suites

Boutique hotels are the bomb. The furnishings remind us of a stylish luxury apartment (like this Cromwell Deluxe Room pictured) and the personalized service is always a plus. Feel like staying in bed with fancy room service offerings? Both Nobu Hotel inside Caesars Palace and The Cromwell have in-room fine dining. Read about our Vegas boutique hotels to get a better idea.

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino 

All-inclusive Vegas bachelorette party at the Rio All Suites Hotel & Casino

All-inclusive hotel trips are so convenient, especially if you plan on splurging on food and drinks. The Rio offers an all-inclusive hotel deal, which includes all-you-care-to-drink and eat specials. The deal is only through the end of May, so book your room now. You can also enjoy pool drink specials, which will last until the end of the summer. Read more about Rio’s Total Deal and get your room in place.

Tips for the best bachelorette party in Vegas 

Now that you have an idea what you and your squad are going to do, here are a few friendly reminders:

  • Make sure whenever you leave a hotel, ride share or hail a cab if you have to. We’re all about popping bottles, but safety before everything.
  • We mentioned roll-up flats earlier in the blog. We can’t stress enough how important it is to tote these. Don’t be one of those ladies who walk barefoot around the casino or along the Strip. It’s not a good look.
  • Planning to wed in Vegas? Flamingo Las Vegas wedding chapel offers free cake tasting every Saturday. You’re welcome.
  • Take lots and lots of pictures and post the heck out of them. We know the whole “What happens in Vegas” spiel, but you want to show off all the fun you’re having. Hey, this is once in a lifetime, so why not?

Find out more things to do in Vegas for your bachelorette party.Customize your weekend even more with our Vegas in your 20s, 40s, or 60s guide.

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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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