November 29, 2017
You can’t really go wrong choosing a Vegas hotel for your bachelorette party (it’s Vegas after all!), but here are favorites based on awesoev rooms, dining, nightlife & amenities.
There’s a reason so many brides-to-be head to the desert to say farewell to their single life — Las Vegas, Nevada, is the quintessential location for a destination bachelorette party! Once you’re there, though, the options are endless, particularly when it comes to choosing which hotel to check into. Whether you’re aiming for spa-like serenity or wild and crazy nightlife, there’s a hotel in Las Vegas to suit your needs.
The Bellagio might be most famous for its dancing water show – made even more notable with its appearance in Ocean’s Eleven – but it offers much more than synchronized fountains. The hotel was the first on the Las Vegas strip to earn the AAA Five Diamond rating more than 10 times in a row – a sure sign of its luxury.
It’s perfect for bachelorette parties because of its central location (a short walk or inexpensive cab ride gets you anywhere you need to go), its “ahhh”-worthy spa and more-than 20 on-site restaurants. The rooms themselves are nothing to scoff at, either – choose a room with a view of the dancing fountains in Spa Tower, which is easily accessible to the pool, gym and spa.
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Caesar’s Palace Hotel & Casino
Featured prominently in the bromance flick, The Hangover, Caeser’s Palace is the quintessential Las Vegas getaway resort.
Wait, wasn’t The Hangover about a bachelor party? Doesn’t matter.
Your gals will love this classic-yet-kitschy-resort, too, whether it’s for its top-notch spa, two-story nightclub (featuring – count ‘em – four DJs) or any of its eight pools, each of which has its own theme (Venus is the laidback adults-only refresher; Apollo gets the most sun throughout the day). There are also 25 restaurants to enjoy and plenty of shops to spoil yourself in. Check out rates and deals at Ceasar’s here
Do you want your bash to be big, bold and beautiful? Then, the ultra-new and ultra-swanky ARIA, located at the CityCenter Complex, is just the ticket.
ARIA is incredibly impressive from the outside; its two 61-story towers are encased in glass, making it almost spaceship-like. But it’s the inside that really matters, right? The resort has a AAA five-diamond rating, plus more than 4,000 rooms, 16 restaurants, 10 bars and clubs and 150,000 square feet of opportunities to gamble your money away (responsibly, of course). The liquid pool is pretty darn sweet too (pictured below)
Take in an Elvis-themed Cirque de Soleil production before hitting the Haze, the in-house dance club. Book your stay at Aria or view rates for your preferred dates here
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
There’s little to say about the Hard Rock Hotel and its party-hard reputation that hasn’t already been said. According to Frommer’s Travel Guide “the hip — including Hollywood and the music industry, among others — still flock to the Hard Rock, drawn by the cool ‘n’ rockin’ ambience and the goodies offered here.”
The New York Times says, “don’t miss the sandy beach pool area, which has perfected the concept of (almost) anything goes Vegas hedonism.”
If you go, keep your eyes peeled for celebs; you’re most likely to find them here. Stay in an edgy penthouse – named for legendary bands like the Rolling Stones – and catch a show at The Joint.
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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
One of Las Vegas’ newest hotels, The Cosmopolitan aims to do just what its name suggests – become the glamorous desert getaway of modern Vegas. And, based on reviews, amenities and atmosphere, it’s done just that since opening in 2010.
Frommer’s Travel Guide noted some things that make this resort a perfect bachelorette getaway: it’s designed as an artistic experience with sculptures, antiquities and architectural gems throughout; it features luxury rooms (two-thirds with terraces), more than a dozen restaurants and a red-hot nightclub; the resort sprawls upward rather than outward, meaning it’s easier to keep track of a large group of girls. Don’t forget to grab a spot or cabana at the Boulevard Pool, which has great views of the strip and is one of the best spots for socializing at the Cosmopolitan (pictured below).
The Cosmopolitan is not a locale if you’re looking for a serene getaway. But it is just right for a bachelorette party in all its glory.
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