Before taking the plunge into wedded life, Las Vegas has long been the perfect place for the two men and women to let loose. Yet the bachelorette party program doesn’t always match what the men like, be it 18-holes of 18 hours or golf at the adults-only pool party. Sure, brides-to-be and their pals might want to crash the pool party with the inflatable penis in tow. But an afternoon in a world-class health spa as well as merely toenail painting may be around the schedule too. Here’s our listing of the top resorts to get night and a girls day outside in Vegas.
Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino
Styled more feminine and a little softer than the bachelor-swank of rival Wynn, a small party could be hosted by the enormous rooms at the Palazzo. The resort’s world-renowned Canyon Ranch Spa is arguably the best spa in town. The hotel houses a number of the finest eateries of the Strip, including the Japanese-Peruvian-Brazilian cuisine of SushiSamba. And also the shops in the Palazzo include top names like Diane von Furstenberg and Tory Burch, plus an 85,000-square foot Barneys New York.
Pamper the entire celebration in sauna, eucalyptus steam room, and the health spa’s whirlpools. The group may also enjoy spa manicures and pedicures while sipping on champagne in a private room. Pick from one of the hotel’s 20-plus restaurants for dinner. After, burn off food and the booze using a Pilates, cardio, or body sculpting course in the exceptional fitness center.
The wallet-friendly standard rooms at the Rio are oversize suites that sleep five — perfect for a group in search of bargain accommodations. A bachelorette and her pals could also value the Rio Spa & Salon’s “Sip and Spa” bundle. Begin with a free drink at the lobby lounge, then choose from four marked down treatments at the spa, and end with 2-for-1 drink coupons and free access to the most popular rooftop lounge. For much more bash choices, squeeze into a taxi to get a fast ride to the Palms down the road.
The Palms Casino Resort
If what the bride to be wants is always to feel hot, head to the Palms’ coed hammam (Turkish bath) at the elegant Drift Spa. When night falls, hit the hotel’s popular Rain nightclub or Moon, another club with live DJs, multiple pubs, along with a retractable roof. For an especially girly escape, consider the 2,350-square foot Barbie Suite, decorated with framed Barbie prints, a hearth, super-pink Barbie designs on the pillows and walls, and 65 Barbie dolls mounted on
Wynn Las Vegas
Luxury pick Wynn is home to Tryst, one of Vegas’ most swanky cabarets. Becoming beyond the bouncer may be demanding, however a group of women should fare well (short skirts might help). Blush, the resort’s more intimate nightclub, has outside seating. Past the clubs, the magnificent resort, as well as the classy “European pool” (where you are able to sunbathe topless), the biggest perk at the Wynn is its tremendous rooms – perfect for having your entire group around for cocktails before heading out on town.
Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino
Balancing low key partying with ample pampering, Caesars Palace is a good choice for bachelorettes. Qua Baths & Spa, among the top spas in Vegas, offers, among other pleasures, Laconium steam baths, its own Roman baths, and Vichy showers; a day pass costs $45. The two-story Pure club has four different spaces, each with a unique DJ, and that means you can scope out the right crowd for the mood. As well as the grownups-only Venus Pool is a bit more laid-back than some more infamous pool parties in Vegas, of the other.
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Hard Rock is for women who are able to rock. By day, the Beach Club Pool is about the craziest scene on the Strip — especially on Sunday, when it hosts the Rehabilitation pool party. At nighttime, Wasted Space and the clubs Body English — both recognized to attract celebrities like Paris Hilton and Kevin Federline — are Vegas favorites. After-hours, you are able to scarf down some American fare in the 24 hour eatery.