Las Vegas has great choices for your bachelorette party, from shows to supper clubs and everything in between. If you’re making a whole weekend of it, the list below might help take some of the guesswork out of planning your perfect Vegas trip.
Magic Mike Live
If you’ve seen the movie, you’ll definitely want to see the live show. “Magic Mike Live” recently debuted in its new home at SAHARA Las Vegas, and the show is even more spectacular than ever. There are plenty of seating options for parties large and small such as the smaller tables around the perimeter of the stage or the couches right at the front. Tickets are priced at $89 plus taxes and fees. Make the night even more memorable with the VIP add-on for $55.
Kassi Beach House
If Las Vegas wasn’t the exotic locale you wanted for your bachelorette party, make a visit to Kassi Beach House inside Virgin Hotels Las Vegas. The indoor-outdoor space allows diners to be transported elsewhere, “As part of the Wish You Were Here Group—Kassi enables you to escape to another destination…for us, it is the Italian coast for you it could be anywhere you find happiness,” explained General Manager Jason Bartucci. The entire restaurant looks out over the patio towards the pool area, so you always feel like you’re at an exotic locale, and Kassi Beach House is incredibly fantastic for groups. The restaurant serves brunch on weekdays, making Kassi Beach House a perfect place to unwind after a weekend full of partying.
Perhaps one of the names most synonymous with Las Vegas would be “Chippendales.” Newly reopened at their home inside Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino, the show is back and better than ever with new numbers and routines that you might not expect when thinking about “Chippendales.” “I tell them it’s not what they expect,” performer Chaun Williams explained when we asked how he describes the show, “We aren’t like a male strip club; that’s not what Chippendales is—they think lap dances and dollar bills when they hear the name. They don’t realize we have dance routines and choreography; we’re a full-on stage production show.” Tickets start at $49.95 plus taxes and fees and an optional VIP upgrade (including a backstage tour) is available for $39.
If you’re looking for a sweet time, look no further than Sugar Factory. The restaurant is known for its crazy dessert confections and gigantic bowl cocktails, and it also has a pretty colorful breakfast/brunch menu from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. daily. The restaurant pairs various show-stopping desserts with unique flavors (like the Flaming Hot Cheetos Burger). The stunning space is perfect for photos, as are the numerous cocktails and desserts (especially the milkshakes). If you have a large enough party (or appetite), check out the Sugar Factory King Kong Sundae—this stunning confection serves up to 12 people.
Thunder From Down Under
“Thunder From Down Under” inside Excalibur Hotel & Casino is perfect for bachelorette groups that want a more casual experience. The smaller showroom brings you up close with the performers, and the layout and size of the space might make you think you’re just in a vast living room. Tickets range from $49.95 to $80.95 plus taxes and fees for various seating options. If you’re looking to upgrade your experience, multiple packages are available on the Excalibur Hotel & Casino website.
One of the most picturesque locations in Las Vegas would have to be Catch inside ARIA. From an entryway lined with flowers to the stunning birdcage-inspired booths, Catch is one of the best places to get some gorgeous photos of your Las Vegas getaway. The restaurant serves dinner nightly and brunches on weekends. The menu features sushi and various seafood options along with numerous delicious (and Instagrammable) choices like the “Truffle Sashimi” and the “A5 Japanese Miyazaki Wagyu.”
The Mayfair Supper Club
If you’re torn between dinner and a show, but you’re short on time, The Mafair Supper Club inside Bellagio Las Vegas is the perfect solution. The stunning restaurant serves up excellent classic supper club options with a fantastic Vegas production. Sip your cocktails while listening to familiar tunes throughout the decades and enjoy the musical numbers and dance routines. An added bonus—The Mayfair Supper Club faces the famous Fountains of Bellagio, so you’ll also get a fantastic view of one of Las Vegas’s most renowned attractions.
Night School 4 Girls
On the hunt for a daytime activity? Night School 4 Girls has been teaching its students new skills for years, and the 75-minute classes are designed to enable women to learn new skills in a comfortable and safe environment. Instructors teach lessons in pole dancing, chair dancing and other seductive skills while providing their expertise to ensure safety (trust us, those poles are more challenging to master than they look).
Tao Asian Bistro
Part nightclub, part restaurant and always stunning is Tao Asian Bistro located inside Grand Canal Shoppes. If you’re in search of a one-stop party spot, add Tao to your list. Start your night with dinner in their plush dining room. The restaurant serves sushi along with various other Asian classics and gorgeous cocktails. After dinner, move over to Tao Nightclub for a fantastic time. Tao recently celebrated its 16th Anniversary in Las Vegas, and there’s a reason why it’s one of the only Vegas nightclubs to truly stand the test of time.
With the low lighting and upbeat music, STK Steakhouse at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas brings a lounge-like ambiance to the brunch scene. Known as one of the most stylish steakhouses in town, you’re guaranteed a sophisticated meal whether you stop by for dinner or brunch. If you’re running low on time (or funds), stop by for cocktail hour when the restaurant features half-priced specialty cocktails and $7 menu items on weekdays (Monday-Thursday from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. and Friday from 3 p.m.-5 p.m.).