Low Key Bachelorette Party in Vegas?

posted 3 months ago in Parties
Post # 2
Member
7400 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2014

Why not try Chicago, Denver or San Diego instead? If you absolutely must have a destination bachelorette and you want it to be chill and relaxing, you probably shouldn’t hold it in Sin City. Your guests are going to want to rock out because it’s vegas and if that’s not what you want, well, someone will be disappointed.

Post # 3
Member
1053 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2019

Why not find a spa somewhere and go stay for a night or two?

Post # 4
Member
359 posts
Helper bee

I think there are lots of fun things to do in Vegas that aren’t crazy partying or clubbing, but you should make sure everyone is on the same page as you. Because I’m sure there will be guests who hear Vegas and think Party!!! And may be disappointed if that’s not what you have in mind. 

Post # 5
Member
357 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2020

Since you’re doing a destination bachelorette party and you have the day and night, I think you can have it all. You could do something relaxing during the day, like a spa day or spend the day poolside (many hotels have nice/luxurious pools and you can rent a cabana), and then do something more Vegas-y in the evening. Even if you’re over clubs, you can go gambling at different casinos, go bar-hopping at low-key or quiet, classy places, or go to a show. I personally would love to see Lady Gaga perform. And I would definitely hit some buffets!

If I was a bridesmaid and flying out to Vegas, I would want to do some things that are unique to Las Vegas and not just things that I could do in my hometown. But it’s your party, so obviously it should be fun for you!

Post # 6
Member
565 posts
Busy bee

What about a dirty hyponotist show or a comedy show or one of the sexy cirque du sole? A fancy dinner at a place like Tao or Sugar Factory? A day at the pool? Go to the chandelier bar at the Cosmo? You can definitely do bachelorette style party things that aren’t clubs. 

Post # 7
Member
5313 posts
Bee Keeper

You want to goto vegas and play golf???? Yes, this party is YOUR bachelorette, but people are spending hundreds (at least) to fly in for it, I’d hope you’d take their interests into account when planning activities as well. Vegas has amazing restaurants and shows, so there is that. But partying is part and parcel of its appeal as well. 

Post # 8
Member
1150 posts
Bumble bee

I live in Vegas. 

You can go to the Fine Arts Museum at the Bellagio, which I love. Check out which exhibits are going on when you coming. Check out the Picasso restaurant in the Bellagio too; they have several actual Picasso paintings and sculptures inside the restaurant.

You can go to the Shark Reef Aquarium, which is pretty good, at Mandalay Bay. As always, there are TONS of shows at the casinos–they tend to be expensive, but most of them are worth it. The Cirque du Soleil shows are great, but don’t bother with Mystere. It is FAR inferior to the other shows. The one at the Wynn is nice. The Blue Man group has unfortunately gotten pretty stupid and they don’t involve as much awesome music anymore, so I’d skip that one.  

One of my FAVORITE places off-strip is a bar called Hi Scores. They have quite a few WORKING ’80s arcade games, and it is AWESOME. One of them (on Blue Diamond) is non-smoking on the arcade game side; the one on Stephanie St. allows smoking only at the bar, which sucks but oh well. 

If you’re coming during the week, check out the Charlie Palmer restaurant in the Four Seasons. Monday through Thursday, they have a BADASS bottomless wine pairing with a chosen menu. The food is fantastic, and it’s $55 a person. My husband and I go quite a bit.

Probably my favorite restaurant is called Batista’s Hole in the Wall. It’s Italian and goddamn amazing. Check it out online; you won’t be sorry!

Also, Vegas has a million and one of those escape rooms if that interests you. I’ll type more in a bit!

Post # 11
Member
565 posts
Busy bee

I think the point is more that there are topgolfs all over the country, so why would you need to fly to Vegas to go?

janelb19 :  

Post # 12
Member
1053 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2019

Been to top golf and i enjoy it and regular golf, but neither would excite me for a bachelorette party… especially not in vegas

Post # 14
Member
1150 posts
Bumble bee

There’s also the Springs Preserve https://www.springspreserve.org/

which is lovely and it always changing their indoor and outdoor exhibits. They may have their butterfly habitat when you’re here in March/April–I’m not entirely sure when it begins every season. 

Post # 15
Member
1150 posts
Bumble bee

There are also things like indoor skydiving, ziplining on Fremont St., hot air ballooning, and flying over the strip in a helicopter! 

Oh, and one of my faaaaaaaaaaaaaaavorite things in the universe is the Vladimir Kush gallery in Caesar’s Palace. (http://vladimirkush.com) It’s free because it’s a gallery, but they sure as shit don’t expect that you’re buying anything, trust me. His work is absolutely fucking spectacular, and I used to teach him in my Philosophy of Art course. If you want to dip in quickly while you’re on the strip, you’ll be impressed. 

Leave a comment


Find Amazing Vendors