That moment when you say you're going to Vegas and now the whole squad is game. There's really no better feeling, other than actually being here.
Whatever the occasion, the time has finally come for that iconic Vegas vacay. When in doubt on how to accommodate your entire crew and make sure everyone has a good time, check this list. We have the tips you need to make traveling to Vegas in a large group go smoothly.
Squad up in a suite! There are tons of suites in Vegas for every group size. The Palazzo, HRH Tower (Hard Rock), Palms Place (Palms) and Rio are all-suite hotels so you're guaranteed to get a bigger space than average. Get your fancy on with more upscale suites at SkyLofts (MGM Grand), SkySuites (ARIA), and Nobu (Caesar's Palace).
The ultimate Vegas sleepover begins at The LINQ Hotel + Experience where your group can book their awesome bunk bed rooms! With two queen beds and a twin bunk, your fifth wheel definitely won't be left out (Oh, and we call top bunk).
If there are 10 or more in your group, let the Las Vegas experts help you with bulk rate opportunities and organizing your itinerary by filling out this group travel form. This will be your best bet when planning a trip to Vegas with a big group.
Eating with large groups in Vegas? It's easy as pie. Try restaurants that offer shared plates or family-style meals, like Beauty & Essex (The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas), Cucina by Wolfgang Puck (The Shops at Crystals), and Buddy V's Ristorante (Venetian), so you can try a little of everything.
Going off a fixed price menu is also where it's at. Take your crew to get endless breakfast small plates and bottomless mimosas at Border Grill (Mandalay Bay), or the prix fixe lunch special at Estiatorio Milos (The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas). The best part? Everyone is the same price so one has to worry about splitting the bill.
Is the squad suffering from different cravings? Take everyone to a buffet to satisfy all palates! Bacchanal Buffet (Caesars Palace), The Buffet at Wynn (Wynn Las Vegas), and Veranda (Four Seasons) are all amazing options for a next-level Vegas buffet experience.
Sun's out, fun's out. If you want to spend the day by the pool we recommend splitting a cabana so your crew can all hang together. From Drai's Beach Club (The Cromwell) and Encore Beach Club (Encore at Wynn) to more low-key pools like Garden of the Gods Oasis (Caesars Palace) or The Beach (Mandalay Bay), your group will love having your own space.
Getting a VIP table at the club is also ideal for groups; it's an easy way to get the VIP treatment that you might not be able to swing on your own. From Hakkasan (MGM Grand) to OMNIA (Caesars Palace), you can't go wrong with getting table service.
Groups will also love taking a swing or two from a climate-controlled hitting bay at Topgolf, or heading to Downtown Las Vegas to play giant Jenga in the huge playground built for adults at Gold Spike.
ONE LAST THING
Pick a time to split up and let everyone follow their whims toward the Vegas activity that excites them most. Maybe the guys take the wheel at the race track to drive exotic cars, and girls check out Gwen Stefani at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood.
You know what they say, everything is better when we stick together. And that's especially true when you can get your whole crew to squad up for a Vegas vacation. With these tips, more is definitely merrier.