(Closed) Vegas Bachelorette Activities

posted 7 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Congratulations! I’ve been to Vegas many times for bachelorette parties, but everyone does different things based on their personality and comfort. No one that I knew wanted to go to a strip club so the next best thing was shows, such as

1. Chippendales- At the Rio casino, pretty popular. Not as intimate because there’s a larger audience.

2. Thunder from down under- at the Excalibur hotel, there’s about 5-8 guys, older men like in their 30’s. Small audience so there’s more interaction with the audience.

3. X-Men- at the Hooter hotel, by far the smallest audience, but the most interaction with the audience.

FYI- Interaction= bring you up on stage and “handles” you. (you can call their event coordinator to book tickets and get package deals for group events, and request to be on stage)

IMO, if it’s your first time attending these type of shows, I highly suggest Chippendales. The prices for these tickets range from $30-$50 I believe. (You can get deals if its a fairly large group).

So usually the itinerary goes.

Thursday- Daytime- shopping/gamble/pool(if weather permits).

               Nighttime- Bar/lounge (any nice hotel, ex. Wynn, Venetian, Palazzo, etc)

Friday- Daytime- More shopping/walking down the strip(dont wear high heels for that)/gamble/pool

           Nighttime- Have a nice dinner at a steakhouse/restaurant

                          -Clubbing at Tao(Venetian)/Surrender(Encore)/Tryst(Wynn?)/XS(Wynn)/Haze(Aria)/Marquee(Cosmopolitan)

Saturday- Daytime-“Same thing,not much to do during the day)

               Nighttime- Dinner, Show, Clubbing

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND XS @ the Wynn. GORGEOUS Club. Even if you’re not clubbing, you should just check it out. Depending on the time you go, girls are usually $20 admission. If you walk around Wynn during the daytime, there are usually promoters for the club and hands out free guest tickets for the ladies. LAdies only. =)(This also applies for the other clubs at the hotels)

These are just some suggestions, and I hope I’ve helped! Have a great time at VEGAS!!!!!

 

 

Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Go to Palazzo during the day and get on the Lavo (nightclub) guestlist. You can pick which night you want to sign up for. It’s free for ladies and you’ll get free drinks (shots, mixed drinks, beer, whatever you want) from 10pm to midnight! It’s also a fun place to lounge and dance! =)

I also HIGHLY recommend XS. It’s exactly how I’d imagine every club should be!

Post # 6
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I thought that as well, but when the show starts, my inner beast tends to come out.

You don’t have to go on stage but I definitely recommend you to go to a show just for the expereience.

You never know, you might like it! ;P

Post # 7
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Newbee
  • Wedding: April 2011

Hey, I just got back from Vegas for my bachelorette. we went to the Thunder From Down Under.  If you have a group of 10 or more, the VIP seating at the front is $55.  The guys only picked out girls from the VIP seating area and not the back in the general seating area and they only selected 4 girls to go up on stage.  To be honest, the show was so much fun that I would recommend it to all my girls.

We hit a bunch of clubs too — Haze on Thursday, Marquee on Friday and XS on Saturday.  XS is beautiful and is worth the wait to get in if you don’t do bottle service.  Also, if you have a large group, you can arrange for a limo to get to the club, we had 18 girls so it came out to $6-$7 for a limo or party bus.

Hope you have a great time!!

Post # 8
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

Nextvie pretty much covered everything but I HIGHLY recommend walking around the casinos during the day and getting yourselves on the guest lists for the clubs. This way you’ll get in with no fee and won’t have to wait in line. Also get there early (like 10ish) to avoid lines.

I also recommend doing a spa day, there are MANY spas to choose from. Maybe shopping (Ceasars and the Wynn have great shopping), and going to the party pools (Bare @ The Mirage, Wet Republic @ MGM, Cabanas (?) @ The Wynn).

Post # 9
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

There’s a ton of pool parties during the day that you can go to as well. Last time I was in Vegas we hit the Palms for Ditch Fridays, then Wet Republic at MGM on Saturday. They also have Rehab on Sundays at Hard Rock, but I’ve never been and have heard its pretty trashy. There are smaller pools that are more laid back, but still are adults only and have DJ’s spinning….Bare at Mirage, Liquid at Aria….the pool at Encore (Surrender) looks amazing as well.

Post # 10
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2011

Everyone has pretty much covered the basics so I won’t repeat.  I do want to add that brunch at the Four Seasons (at Mandalay Bay) is the most amazing brunch experience ever.  Highly suggest.

I also highly suggest Dos Caminos for dinner.  Really fun atmosphere and delicious food, (and reasonable prices).

I’m personally not a fan of Lavo but to each his own (it’s just a big cramped for my taste).  XS and Tryst are amazing and I totally recommend them.

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