Ultimate Guide To A Banging Vegas Bachelorette Party

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After months of cake tasting, venue searching, dress shopping, and other pre-nuptial activities, it’s finally time for your bachelorette party. And well, Nevada’s desert oasis is an ideal destination for just that. It’s time to celebrate, go big or go home girls. After all, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas right?
Bachelorette partyThe celebration kicks off with limo transportation from McCarran International Airport to the five-star Venetian Resort. The Venetian partners with ODS limo service, which saves you the hassle of searching and booking airport transportation. Simply notify The Venetian and the limo will be waiting. The cost is an estimated $400 roundtrip. Throughout your stay, OSD can transport you and your bridal party to your desired destinations for a rate of $70/hr (1.5 hour minimum). Long taxi lines in the blazing heat are fun, said no one ever.
Venetian ResortMake sure to book a room large enough for the whole clan. The Penthouse Suite at The Venetian, starts at $5,000 per night and seems like the most ideal option. The 2,900-square-foot suite sits atop The Venetian on the three highest floors. The stunning penthouse features everything you would expect in a world-class suite – a master bedroom with a king-sized bed, multiple HD TVs, a fireplace, second bedroom with a queen bed, two marble-floored bathrooms with jetted tubs and separate, glass-enclosed showers, incredible views, and a fully stocked refreshment center and wet bar.

Don’t forget to arrange with the hotel concierge to have a bottle of champagne chilling in the room to get the party started right after check-in. And if you didn’t know, the Venetian is home to one of the most expensive cupcakes in the world, Palazzo Decadence D’or Cupcakes. Selling for $750 a piece, perhaps three of four of these could welcome you and your guests as well.
penthouse suite venetianLet the fun begin! The Beach Bride package ($2,000) at TAO Beach is a must. It’s basically an 18,000-square-foot pool party on steroids, which includes a private cabana for you and the rest of the gals. The cabanas include grill menus, mini bars, personal servers, high-definition plasmas, and air-conditioning. And yes, bottle service is included in your initial price, but we have a feeling one bottle won’t be enough.

In the evening, head on over to OMNIA at Caesars Palace. You might just catch the Scottish DJ stud, Calvin Harris. The main club booths will range anywhere from $7,500 to $20,000. Or reserve the Platinum Package at TAO nightclub, which includes an exclusive VIP table that can seat up to 15 guests, complimentary champagne, and a DJ shout-out to the bride-to-be.

© Al Powers, PowersImagery.com
OMNIA © Al Powers, PowersImagery.com

Unwind and recover in the morning at Azure Luxury Pool with relaxing poolside treatments by Canyon Ranch SpaClub. If you wish to take a break from the pool atmosphere, just visit the award-winning spa within the hotel known as one of the largest day spas in the world. You and your friends can book deep tissue massages and ultimate oxygen facials. Why not also book mani/pedis and hair and makeup appointments for later on in the evening before heading out to dinner?
Canyon Ranch SpaClub VegasMany high-end shops are conveniently located within The Venetian so get those credit cards ready. A visit to Burberry, Cartier, or the Christian Louboutin store sounds like a good idea if you plan on splurging when it comes to bridal party gifts. Because who doesn’t love a pair of red-lacquered sole’d heels or a pair of sparkly diamond earrings. Or buy a sexy, yet classy outfit for a night out in Sin City.

The Venetian and its sister property, The Palazzo boast plenty of dining options: TAO Asian Bistro, Thomas Keller’s Bouchon for French cuisine, Aquaknox for seafood, Lavo for Italian, Yardbird Southern Table & Bar for Southern American favorites, and much more. A few must-try dishes at TAO include their whole fish and the Imperial Wagyu filet mignon. We hear that the lemon ricotta waffles with roasted apples, whipped Greek yogurt, and caramel at Lavo are to die for. Toast away and indulge with your main girls.
lavoThere’s so much to do and see in Las Vegas. It’s your final hurrah, pull out all the stops and make your bachelorette party an unforgettable one.

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