The Ultimate Where to Guide for an Epic Vegas Bachelor Party
A Vegas wedding is cliché, but the Vegas bachelor party is definitely here to stay. What better place to say goodbye to liberty than in a town full of temptation? Still, the party can bust if the proper provisions are not planned for in advance.
Where to Stay
You can find suites around Vegas hotels that seem to be catering to the bachelor party mentality, but let’s get real here. A) You won’t be spending that much time in the room and B) Not more than two or three of you can actually sleep there – unless some of you want to sleep on the floor.
Although off the strip –which is not always a bad thing – the Palms has a number of suites of various sizes to let a bachelor party of any size sleep and play in style. The Real World Suite probably gives the most sleeping space bang for your buck, with 3 bedrooms and a price range between $7000 and $15,000, depending on when you stay. If the whole town is coming to town for the bachelor party, you can fit around 15 of them into the Hardwood Suite for $25,000 a night.
Where to Eat
A bachelor needs a few last good meals before settling down to a life of roast beef, roast chicken and roasted leftovers. Luckily, Vegas is teaming with top of the line restaurants to meet any craving at any time of the day or night. Just check in with your Vegaster app when it’s time to break for grub, and we’ll help steer you in the right direction depending on where you’re at.
For the “big” send-off dinner, book the private dining terrace at the Venetian’s Lavo. This is an upbeat Italian restaurant that can meet the tastes of your whole group, with an atmosphere that doesn’t let you forget that you’re here to party.
For something a bit more up-scale, book dinner at Hakkasan. They have private dining areas throughout the entire first floor, or go for broke and reserve the second floor. Then, after the last corny toast has been made, you are just 2 floors away from one of the most prestigious clubs on the strip.
Where to Go for the Obligatory Visit to the Strip Club
No matter how many promises were made to the bride to be, you can’t do a Vegas bachelor party without at least one night in a Vegas strip club. You can ease your conscious by calling it a Gentleman’s Club as you load up your wallet with singles. Sapphire's is one of the best known and most highly respected, with a bevel of beauties being flown in from all over the world to perform. Plus, they also have a bevy of VIP packages, such as a Best of Vegas package for $1400.
Where Else to Play at Night
If time allows, on top of your strip Gentleman’s Club visit, you should do at least one night as VIPs in a nightclub, like Caesar’s Palace new Omnia or LiFE at the SLS, and one night on Fremont St. Fremont St. is overflowing in drinking opportunities, giving your group the freedom to wander in and out of bars at will. You’ll find swank at spots like the Griffin, and sleaze in dives like Dino’s, making the stroll an adventure in diversity.
Where to Play During the Day
If your bachelor party falls during pool season, then the answer to that is a no-brainer. Just direct your party to don their suits and let Vegaster find you the most kicking pool party of the day. You can also take your groom for a drive in a Lamborghini, to the range to shoot real machine guns, or chill at a casino and blow the honeymoon budget on a hand of blackjack. Hey, at least the drinks are free.
The Logistics of a Bachelor Party in Vegas
The key to the epic Vegas bachelor party is in the planning, and Vegaster can help with most of that. You want a car on call to take you here and there, kick-ass food and entertainment day and night, and a cool crib to recharge in. Just let us know when the party is going down, and we’ll get to work on helping you make it unforgettable.