Las Vegas is ready to host a bachelorette party that your friends will be talking about for years to come. With elaborate dining, unique nightspots, fabulous attractions and more, the destination is the ideal place to have your last hurrah before the big day! 


What to Mention When Booking Your Reservation: “Do you have anything special for bachelorette parties?” It never hurts to ask. And don’t forget to plan in advance! This is a great tip on how to get the best deals. 


Where to Stay: Suite-style rooms, some with kitchenettes, are great for whatever BYO items your crew may bring. Delano Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, and Downtown Grand have glamourous and affordable options. If you have a theme for the trip, consider resorts that’ll fit the style. Or go all out at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, which has bachelorette party planners, while Wynn Las Vegas also has event planners available to aid your group’s revelry. 


What to Wear: A tiara, veil or sash in public? Yes. DO IT. Those brides-to-be accessories are sure to get attention during your shopping sprees at Fashion Show Las Vegas, The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort Las VegasMiracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, or The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Catch a glimpse of this magnificent shopping destination from VEGAS ON below. 

Where to Get Pampered: Las Vegas is home to some of the world’s best spas. Whether you opt for a massage, facial or skin treatment, The Spa at Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas and The Spa at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas have fabulous menus of services to choose from. Once you’re relaxed, get a perfect blowout and browse the fully stocked bar at Drybar at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, complete with a DJ and photo booth. (Because, you know, pics or it didn’t happen.) 


Where to Dine: With stylish surroundings and a fantastic vibe, RPM Italian at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace offers a delicious menu of Italian classics — including shareable plates, pastas, salads and more — and an impressive wine list. The iconic mall also features True Food Kitchen, which offers fresh fare suited to the season. If your group is looking to eat guilt-free, Truth & Tonic at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas offers a completely vegan menu while focusing on delivering maximum flavor. You also could impress your invitees with a classy celebrity-chef-designed meal at Beauty & Essex at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, where Chris Santos serves up whimsical takes on classic dishes. And at The Mayfair Supper Club, the squad will get so much more than dinner at Bellagio Resort & Casino — it’s dinner and a show, with live performances throughout the night. Check out the video below from VEGAS ON with an exclusive tour of the venue for a taste of the mood, ambiance and delectable dishes. 

Where to Cheers: Be entertained while cheers-ing at Superfrico at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, the new dine-and-drink spot from the team behind some of Las Vegas’ most favorite production shows. If your crew wants to club it up, OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace offers a world-class DJ lineup. There’s also Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell Las Vegas, which features electrifying performances on the regular in addition to its spectacular rooftop views. Surrounding Encore’s European pool, XS Lounge at Wynn Las Vegas is a chic and intimate spot to celebrate with the crew. Signature cocktails (or bottle service if you want to splurge) are the best way to toast to happily ever after. The resort also features Encore Beach Club, a fabulous poolside spot that’s perfect for raising a glass with your crew. 


Where to Go for a Show: Male revues are a bachelorette staple, and Las Vegas is home to many. See the tuxedo-collared men of Chippendales at Rio Las Vegas or enjoy chiseled Aussies perform at Thunder from Down Under at Excalibur Hotel & Casino. If you want to be front and center in the action, head to KAMU Ultra Karaoke at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas for some exciting sing-along action. Or, if your crew is looking to be wowed with Vegas-style artistry, Cirque du Soleil has productions up and down the Strip. For example, see the clip below from VEGAS ON for a behind-the-scenes look at the Mad Apple Cirque du Soleil show. 

Where to “Free-style”: Take pics of the street murals and art scene at Arts Factory in the Downtown Arts District and Downtown Container Park. And don’t forget to snap a group selfie at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign. 


Where to Brunch: Your group can grub on some “twisted” farm food at Hash House A Go Go, which serves up oversized breakfast and lunch favorites at Plaza Hotel & Casino and The LINQ Hotel + Experience. Salt & Ivy at ARIA Resort & Casino offers an upscale take on the casino café, while inventive diner fare is available at Maxie’s at The LINQ Promenade. Want brunch and a view? Look no further than Sadelle’s Café at Bellagio Resort & Casino, which overlooks the beautiful casino garden. There’s also Yardbird at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, which features elevated southern fare — don’t miss out on those biscuits! Your crew can also head to Downtown Las Vegas to Peyote, a trendy spot serving Latin-inspired dishes like chilaquiles and shrimp tacos—start with a craft cocktail on its desert patio!  



There’s no end to the fun and Only Vegas experiences that can be had when you’re in the destination. For additional inspiration, check out some thrilling attractions or the best places to view the Las Vegas Strip and add them to your list of places to look into.