When you think of the ultimate bachelorette party destination in the U.S., you think of Las Vegas. There’s no doubt it’s the perfect girls’ getaway if you’re seeking sunshine, top-notch restaurants, and parties, but there are also alternative and more unique ways to celebrate there.
Are you a bride-to-be who thrives being the life of the party? To create the perfect Las Vegas bachelorette party itinerary for you, we spoke to Joni Moss-Graham of LV Wedding Connection.
Joni Moss-Graham is the CEO of LV Wedding Connection, which specializes in Las Vegas destination weddings and bachelorette parties.
Keep reading for your go-to guide on where to stay, what to do, and where to eat in Las Vegas for the best bachelorette party in Sin City.
How much does a bachelorette party in Las Vegas typically cost?
When it comes to the average price per person, it can range anywhere from $800-$2,000 depending on what you’re planning, where you’re staying, the group’s budget, and how many people you’re traveling with, per Moss-Graham.
When is the best time to visit Las Vegas for bachelorette party?
According to Moss-Graham, “February through April is the peak bachelorette season in Las Vegas.” In general, if you’re visiting anytime from March to May and from September to November, then you’ll be able to enjoy the best weather there (the hottest time of the year is July). The shoulder seasons are in the fall and spring, where you can likely find more travel deals and packages.
What should you pack for a Las Vegas bachelorette party?
Make sure to pack swimsuits, rompers or cover-ups, sunscreen, and comfortable sandals or wedges for daytime activities. For the nights out, bring a leather jacket, a little black dress, or jeans with a nice blouse. If you’re out exploring the city, pack comfortable walking shoes.
Where to Stay in Las Vegas
“There’s a brand new property opening this summer called Resort’s World, which would be great for bachelorettes and we predict it will be popular for those types of trips. Besides that, two prime properties where we pick up a lot of bachelorette groups are the Wynn Las Vegas and the luxurious Cosmopolitan,” reveals Moss-Graham.
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What to Do in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is known for its clubs and casinos. Of course, the most popular clubs in Las Vegas are the larger clubs that host the top DJs and musical performances. If that’s what you’re looking for, head to Omnia Nightclub, Marquee, Drai’s Nightclub, or JEWEL nightclub.
If you’ve had enough of gambling and partying, there are tons of alternatives. If you want to be adventurous, take a day trip from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon by a five-hour drive from the city. You and your girls can get there faster on luxurious helicopter tours. Other spots include the Neon Boneyard, a trip to Red Rock Canyon, or explore Death Valley.
How to Get Around Las Vegas
Check with your hotel to see if they offer complimentary Las Vegas strip shuttles. Other ways available in the city include the monorail or Uber.