The MOH’s Guide to a High Class Vegas Bachelorette Blow Out.
Despite what they want you to think, Vegas is not just for the guys. If you have found yourself being a Maid of Honor (MOH) to another one of your besties, spike things up this time around. Leave the punchbowl and party games for the old ladies, pack up the bride to be and her entourage and head to Sin City for one last single girl fling before she has to put on that ring.
Stag-etts do Vegas in style. Pick a hotel like the Palazzo and get treated like royalty. Your entourage is going to be out and about in the mayhem enough over the weekend, you’ll want a serene spot to recoup in between parties. The Bella Suite is perfect for that, with two queen sized pillow top beds, and a separate living room for around $250 a night. Start the weekend off right with a 3 hour spa treatment in your own suite at the Canyon Ranch day spa, right on the 3rd floor of the hotel. Loosen everyone up before hitting the dance floor with a massage and then get the whole clan looking cute with mani-pedi’s.
Dinner plans are at the Andrea’s, where bachelorettes are treated like queens in an upbeat, classy restaurant inside of Encore. For 80 bucks a head, the ladies are treated to a round of mouthwatering apps, choice of entrée, desserts and wine. With that comes special offers for VIP services at the world renowned Wynn clubs, but we’ll get to that in a sec. First the ladies need to learn how to dance.
It’s hard to believe, but learning to pole dance has become cliché. And honestly, when will you and the gals ever use this talent anyway? Have a blast learning some dance moves you can actually use at the wedding at Dance Follies, a French inspired class that can teach you how to dance in a variety of different styles and themes. Let your bride be "Baby" for a night, learning all the moves from Dirty Dancing, or turn her into Beyonce and let her shake her thing one last time with all the single ladies. Complete with a makeover for the guest of honor and special party gifts for all, this hour and a half experience will get everyone ready for what’s coming next.
To club, or not to club, now that’s a silly question. You would be lax in your MOH duties if the bride did not get at least one night at a VIP table in one of Vegas’ hottest night spots. Your dinner at Andrea’s included VIP access to some of the most sought after clubs in Vegas. The best deal being at XS, arguably the most posh club on the strip. Plop down in a crocodile skin lined booth with a bottle of champagne and vodka for about $520. Everything in XS screams extra sexy, and this is where the crème de la crème of Vegas comes to party, making it the ideal spot for your bride to show off her new dance moves. The music is pumping, the booze is flowing and your bride to be is having the time of her life in this one of a kind nightclub.
There’s no time to be nursing hangovers when there are still beach parties to hit. Call IV Rescue in the morning for in room therapy to get rid of those champagne headaches. Once cleared for take-off strap on the bikinis and its right back next door to get wet at Tao Beach. A cabana at this Asian inspired beach club has just what the ladies need to get pampered some more. A/C, plasma T.V., WiFi and of course a mini bar customized to your tastes. Oh yeah, there are professional masseuses on call too. What more can a MOH do?
There is one last thing…
Before sending her off to a life of servitude, your duties as MOH include giving the bride a little bit of eye candy. True story. No bachelorette weekend in Vegas is complete without a trip to a sultry strip club. Sultry, not seedy, because believe it or not Sin City really does know what girls want. Chippendales is the most well known male revue in the world and the best one to visit if you like some class with your.. ahem. Go ahead and make a spectacle of yourselves. Put the VIP in a veil, point her out to the dancers, and watch as she is dragged up on stage to get down with one of the sexiest men in Nevada. Leave the cameras alone girls, this is the one night you don’t want to have proof of.
Stop letting the groomsmen have all the real fun while you’re stuck sticking bows on a hat. Next time your MOH expertise is called upon, scream no to the party favors and hell yes to a bachelorette weekend in Vegas.