(Closed) Vegas Bachelorette! Tips and recommendations, please?

posted 6 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
3 posts
  • Wedding: October 2012

From walking the strip to clubbing you can go wrong with anything in Vegas. 

Post # 4
344 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - Twin Oaks Garden House

Ohhh man where do i start……ok so are you looking to spend each night at a club. or looking for one night at a nice(big) club…whats your budget and where are you guys staying?? I have a couple of friends who are club promoters so you can get on the list where you dont have to pay to get in and wait in that long asss line.

Post # 5
354 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I love the suites at the Venetian, and they can be pretty affordable if you split 4 ways!  If you’re planning on hitting a club, ask your concierge which clubs are best on the night(s) you’re going out.  We also always ask the waitstaff where they’d go out, since they are sometimes more tapped in than the concierge (who inevitably suggests a club at their own hotel).  And if you’re staying at the hotel or eat dinner at the hotel where the club is, you might get in free/skip the line so ask about that too.  

I also definitely recommend walking the strip at some point with a cool (adult) beverage!  Vegas is such a surreal place, and it’s so fun to just take it all in (and take advantage of no open container laws) with your friends.  

Post # 7
43 posts
  • Wedding: June 2013

My best friend had her bachelorette party in Vegas. It was my first time going there, so I had no idea what to expect. My BIGGEST piece of advice is to be mindful of everyone’s budgets. The bride wanted to go to all these fancy restaurants, when all of us had told her we couldn’t afford it. One night, some of us bailed on dinner and ordered pizza…which ended up being the best dinner we had! So, eat cheap (maybe indulge in 1 expensive dinner), and do as much sight-seeing as possible.

As for going out to clubs….when you are laying around the pools during the day, you will see promotors walking around the pool, asking if you want to be on the guest list. GET ON THE GUEST LIST!! Actually, get on as many guest lists as possible, so you have options. Also, ask them to get table service and a free bottle. Hopefully you have someone in your group that has no shame, and will tell the promoter, “Hey, we’ll only come to your club if we get a table and a comped bottle”. Usually they will agree. It will be weird because you have to exchange numbers with some guy you don’t know, and potentially call them up when your at the door so that they can get you in, but it’s worth it. It will save you SO much money. Getting a table is much better than having to stand around all night in a crowded club. For the most part, if you don’t have a table, you won’t have anywhere to sit.

There is SO much to see and do in Vegas, and I feel like I really didn’t get to see much at all! I’ll definitely be making another trip back there. 

Post # 8
1144 posts
Bumble bee

Omg, you girls will get everything free! lol Seriously, clubs and whatnot will let you in for free so you don’t really have to worry about it. If you’re looking for a great dinner, try Stack at the Mirage – it was AMAZING! The Eiffel Tower is also good but much pricier.

Oh and I just remembered, we went to see Le Reve at the Wynn which is similar to a Crique du Soleil show and it was AMAZING.

Post # 9
1747 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

@agraham85:  I wish I knew to do this when I went. I didn’t know it was so easy to get a comped bottle. Around here, it’s impossible. We never really hung out at the pools though (I was a college girl on a budget so it was Circus Circus for us HAHA). 

I think you guys should go to In & Out!

I also hear Pink Taco is great. My favorite place is at the Paris hotel and it’s call Mon Ami Gabi. Can you tell I like food? LOL.

Going to MGM and seeing the lions is fun, and it’s always great to just hop into various hotels to see their vibes. All have something different going for them.

My favorite club, and i don’t know if it’s still that popular but I loved the ambiance, was Tryst. Tao is also really great. 

Post # 12
288 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

THUNDER FROM DOWN UNDER! I went for my bachelorette, and it’s AWESOME. Super fun, not skeezy at all, and seriously, seriously fun.

Post # 13
131 posts
Blushing bee

1. Wear a garter/fun little veil/Bachelorette sash EVERYWHERE you go, it is “proof” that you are a bachelorette and will get you free drinks/stuff, discounts, etc.  (I was just out of town for my bachelorette party and the hotel even gave me 1/2 price access to their VIP lounge for my entire stay)  MILK IT!!!

2. Bobby Flay has a restaurant in Ceasars Palace, not cheap but excellent food if you are looking for a steak dinner, it is called Mesa Grill.

3.  Go out on Saturday night if you want a crazy party night, Sunday and Monday are more chill. 

Post # 14
1150 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@sarahbabs: I’ll be in vegas as well this weekend. I’ll keep my eyes peeled for you girls! 

You guys should go to the PepperMill at 3 am on Saturday night. It is really close to the Stratosphere. Holly Madison might be there!

Post # 16
1150 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@sarahbabs:  I hope you had the BEST time! I did and i’m feeling it today. 

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