The Complete Las Vegas Bachelorette Party City Guide

Have the bachelorette party of a lifetime in Sin City—the party capital of the world.
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Allyson Johnson
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Allyson Johnson
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  • Allyson writes articles for The Knot specializing in registries, wedding planning, and travel.
  • She’s written articles on such topics as best bachelorette and bachelor party destinations, top bridal shower games, and registry gifts.
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Updated Jul 31, 2023
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They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, which means your Las Vegas bachelorette party weekend will likely be one to remember. From the world's best nightclubs to fantastic restaurants, spas, and shows, Las Vegas has so much to offer for the group that wants to enjoy a sunny pool party, indulge in fine fare, and dress to the nines for an evening out. With everything in easy access on the Strip, you'll find yourselves wanting to fit every hotel and bar into this epic weekend.

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Las Vegas Bachelorette Party Ideas and Themes

From epic pool parties to heart-racing thrill rides, the question really is what isn't there to do on a Las Vegas bachelorette weekend? You'll find everything from creative cocktail lounges to fine dining, luxury spas to Cirque du Soleil shows, and so much more.

For the Nightlife Lovers

No question about it: Vegas is home to more nightclubs than you can ever fit into one weekend. Whether she's looking for a nighttime pool party, live concerts and DJs, or chic cocktail lounges, you'll find plenty of options up and down the strip—along with spots to gamble, too. Consider a Las Vegas Club Crawl for an organized outing for the group.

For the Foodie

Las Vegas is the land of excess, and that comes into play with food, too. In this foodie haven, you'll find bottomless brunch buffets, fine-dining gourmet dinners, and flavors from around the world. Take it all in on a fun twist: A downtown scooter tour where you'll not only taste great bites but also see famous sites where your favorite shows were filmed.

For Sightseers

Don't forget that along with the partying scene in Vegas, there's also plenty to see and do. From the thrill rides atop the Stratosphere to the Grand Canyon, just a short drive away, there's a lot for the sightseeing bride to take in. Consider a Las Vegas hot air balloon tour for views from the sky, a group party bus tour, or a private tour of nearby Red Rock Canyon.

Las Vegas Bachelorette Itinerary and Things to Do

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You won't be able to fit everything into one weekend in Las Vegas, but this three-day itinerary packs the ultimate Vegas bachelorette experiences into one perfect party weekend.

Day 1

Morning: Inside the Venetian is Bouchon, a popular brunch spot serving French food and high-end brunch dishes.

Afternoon: It's time for a Vegas classic: The Ultimate Pool Party. At Daylight Beach at the Mandalay Bay, you can splash, soak up sun, and drink with live DJs and a great crowd. Consider booking a bachelorette package, where you'll get VIP entry, table service, bottles and food.

Evening: Head to the Venetian for your first dinner, this one at SushiSamba, which blends the Brazilian, Japanese, and Peruvian cuisine. Along with rolls like the Samba Strip (Maine lobster, mango, avocado and aji honey truffle) and the Lima (shrimp tempura, spicy king crab, and avocado) you'll find other specials like Ramen, Japanese Wagyu, and Sashimi Ceviche. From dinner head to the popular LINQ hotel for your night. Along with the High Roller (the world's tallest observation wheel) that you should take for a spin, you'll also find the Icebar, where you can don fur coats and drink specialty cocktails in a room made of 100 tons of ice. After a drink or two, head back into the heat at Drai's, where you'll find a multi-level rooftop and one of the most popular nightclubs on the strip. There are options for bottle service, plus live DJs and plenty of dancing.

Day 2

Morning: Your morning brunch comes with a little hair of the dog—sparkling rose all day. Enjoy the garden brunch at Primrose at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. The Mediterranean-style bistro offers shareable plates like avocado toast, deep-dish pancakes with almond cream, and breakfast croissants with bacon, egg, and gruyere. Plus, other bottomless beverages including bellinis, mimosas, and bloody Caesars.

Afternoon: Head to the Stratosphere for epic views of the strip and epic thrills. Take the elevator to the top of the 1,149-foot-tall SkyPod tower. Here you'll see the strip from above, plus the chance to take on thrills including the Big Shot, which catapults you to the tower's topmost point at 1,081 feet and down again, the Insanity mechanical arm that hangs over the side of the tower and dangles you 900-feet above the ground, and the X-Scream coaster which shoots you over the edge of the tower. The truly brave will take on the SkyJump, essentially bungee jumping from 108 floors above the city out of the SkyPod.

Evening: Dinner tonight is at Beauty & Essex in the Cosmopolitan hotel. In this chic, Manhattan-style lounge, you'll enjoy sharable American small bites like grilled cheese dumplings with tomato soup, Thai-style Deep-fried Shrimp, Tuna Poke Wonton Tacos, and don't miss the Beauty Wonder Wheel, with the chef's selections of desserts. Then it's time for a show: Thunder from Down Under at the Excalibur hotel. Featuring "Australia's Hottest Blokes'', this all-male venue puts on a show to rival Magic Mike. Shirtless dancers will have you cheering—and sometimes laughing—at their moves. And the bravest brides can be brought on stage for their own special dance.

Day 3

Morning: Sunday brunch in Vegas is the stuff of legacies and legends. You'll have plenty of options to choose from, but consider the Bacchanal Buffet in Caesars Palace, which is one of the most famous brunches on the strip. Menu items include truffle deviled eggs, red velvet pancakes, green applewood smoked wagyu, and acai breakfast bowls, among countless others.

Afternoon: Once you've had your fill, get some R&R in at a Vegas spa. The Spa at Wynn is a great spot for pure Vegas luxury, with spa menu options like massages, facials, and a plunge pool. If you'd rather something a little more active, consider trying your hand at pole dancing with a fun class at Night School 4 Girls. You'll get a workout, and your bride may feel even more prepared for the wedding night.

Evening: For the last night in Vegas, make it count with dinner at Catch at the Aria Hotel. Here you'll find the ultimate Vegas luxury, a seafood tower, along with other seafood options like truffle sashimi, lobster mac and herb-roasted branzino. End the evening at your choice of cocktail bars at the Venetian: the Electra Cocktail Club where your drinks come with live DJs and a club-like vibe; The Dorsey, with craft cocktails, wines, and punch in a lounge-style space; or the Rosina Cocktail Lounge, serving classic cocktails and plenty of bubbles.

Las Vegas Bachelorette Scavenger Hunt

Make your adventures even more fun and turn your itinerary into a game with a Las Vegas scavenger hunt. Distribute a list of activities with points awarded for each completed task and ask participants to provide proof with pictures. Download an editable template to customize the list and include local attractions and sights. Don't forget to give the winner a prize such as a souvenir or t-shirt.

Places to Stay in Las Vegas for a Bachelorette Party

Stay on the Strip, if at all possible, for your weekend in Vegas. If you're in the heart of downtown, nearly everything is walkable or accessible by the public monorail system and buses. If you need bigger spaces, you may find yourself just outside the Strip—don't worry, cabs are readily available.

Best Las Vegas Bachelorette Hotels

The Cosmopolitan Resort: A luxurious spot to park yourselves for the weekend, with chic rooms and amenities that almost seem custom-made for a bachelorette party.

Marriott's Grand Chateau: This property offers standard hotel rooms, as well as one-, two-, and three-bedroom vacation rentals for larger groups looking to stay together just steps from the Strip.

The Mandalay Bay: On the end of the Strip, this hotel is a little farther from the rest of the fun. However, it's a great option for a more budget-friendly stay, with an amazing pool scene, access to the monorail, and some great amenities.

Pro tip: The Knot has partnered with Hotel Planner to help you secure the best group hotel rate and get free hotel advice from an expert travel planner.

    Best Las Vegas Bachelorette Party Home Rentals

    There are plenty of housing options for a Vegas bachelorette party, so check out TripAdvisor, Vrbo , Airbnb and Hopper Homes. Pro tip: If you're looking to supplement your vacation rental stay with some hotel amenities such as a swimming pool or a fitness facility, you can secure Vegas hotel day passes on ResortPass.

    Oasis in the Heart of the Strip: Up to six guests can comfortably stay at this home, which comes with a pool and is located 15 minutes by car from the Strip.

    Luxury Villa: Large parties may have to stay a bit outside of the strip, but up to 16 people can stay at this spot, which includes a private pool, just five miles (a short cab ride) from downtown.

    Retreat-Style Stay: This property has five bedrooms, a fire pit and views of the Strip. For other home rental options, we've found success using sites like Vrbo/HomeAway.

    Las Vegas Bachelorette Party Nightlife

    Vegas has a tendency to have a "let's party hard and gamble" kind of vibe, but there are plenty of places to eat and appreciate a good cocktail beyond vodka sodas. Here are some of our favorite places to eat and grab drinks in Vegas.

    Best Las Vegas Bachelorette Restaurants

    Best Friend: Best Friend is a Korean Mexican fusion restaurant that celebrates street food in an elevated way. They have delicious dishes like the Uni Dynamite Rice with salmon roe or the sizzling steak and tempura battered veggies. Not only is the food amazing, but they have innovative cocktails in the environment and the ambiance gives guests a lot to take in.

    Din Tai Fung: Din Tai Fung inside the Aria Hotel is a must. As you're walking into the restaurant, you can see the team behind the glass in the kitchen rolling out dumpling dough, shaping them into pockets filled with shrimp, pork, veggies, and more. They have so many incredible dishes like the Sweet & Sour Pork Baby Back Ribs or the Chocolate & Mochi Xiao Long Bao for dessert.

    Sadelle's Cafe: Inside the Bellagio, there are so many high-quality restaurants and bars, one of which is Sadelles. They make many of their menu items from scratch from their smoked salmon to their bagels in the house and have a delicious brunch menu.

    Best Las Vegas Bachelorette Party Bars

    The NoMad Library: Visit the NoMad Library for brunch cocktails you have to try. One of the most unique is on their Nomad "Fruit Cocktail." They pair various spirits with fruit and soak the fruit in the liquor. They even make a type of Jell-O shot with passion fruit halves and fresh passion fruit juice.

    The Mayfair Supper Club: Although a little on the pricey side, The Mayfair Supper Club is truly an experience. The food is outstanding, with upscale dishes like the Wagyu & Caviar Hand Rolls, and the shows each evening are on another level. Whether it's musicians, singers, dancers, or performances, they are always outstanding. Watch the performers with the Bellagio fountain in the background as you sip your cocktails topped with garnishes like a cloud of cotton candy.

    On The Record: Inside Park MGM there's a bar named On The Record. Guests can dance to the music while sipping on a gin and tonic at the main bar or walk around, exploring the area to find the hidden speakeasy, where they have a separate bar with elevated cocktails.

    Expert Las Vegas Travel Tips

    When traveling to Vegas from LA, multiple airlines offer nonstop flights like Spirit, Alaska, United, JetBlue, Delta, American, JSX, and Southwest. From New York, you can fly nonstop with Spirit, United, JetBlue, Delta, and American. Aim to visit Vegas in the Spring or the Fall to avoid very high temperatures in the Summer. It's easy to get around the strip in Las Vegas, with shuttles and trams running from different hotels. It's also quite walkable. You can even rent a car for the day to see some things on the outskirts of town like Seven Magic Mountain, the Valley of Fire, Fremont Street, or other areas you'd like to discover.

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