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It’s no secret that Las Vegas is a fun and popular travel destination.  As this Las Vegas travel guide by Gogobot states, the city is popular with night life lovers, luxury travelers, trendsetters – and of course, bachelorette parties. While my bachelorette was a little more ‘calm’, Vegas is certainly a great option for a memorable bachelorette event. Not sure how to start planning the big night? Check out the following hot spots below:

Sahra Spa & Hammam at The Cosmopolitan 

The Sahra Spa & Hammam at the Cosmopolitan has the perfect blend of serenity and relaxation to rejuvenate your group after a night of partying.  For groups, the spa offers suites, each with its own treatment room, steam room, and relaxation space.  The spa itself offers a broad assortment of treatments, including facials, whole body detoxification, and massages.


For a nightclub, Tao may have the market cornered on catering to bachelorette parties.  With a collection of unique packages to choose from, Tao can offer each bride-to-be the perfect experience for her and her bridal party.  Beyond food, VIP entries, and drink vouchers, Tao also offers additional services, such as limo transportation, hair styling, and makeup application.

miX Lounge

Located at Mandalay Bay, the miX Lounge is another great party spot for a bachelorette party.  In addition to spectacular views from the club’s floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows, the club offers an open air view of the strip and a fiber optic display of the Milky Way shines down on the dance floor.  If any member of the bridal party is feeling particularly bold, miX Lounge offers a co-DJ experience, where participants take a 60-minute private training session and then perform a 30-minute set.

Tuscany Kitchen at the Bellagio

The Bellagio has a lot to offer visitors – even those that aren’t staying in the hotel.  In addition to its fine stores, the hotel is also home to fine dining, and in the Executive Chef Classroom, participants learn to prepare gourmet three-course meals with Bellagio Executive Chef Edmund Wong.



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The Strip

Probably the most iconic stretch of Vegas, the Strip is a four-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard that’s lined by the city’s many themed hotels.  Stroll down the street and take it all in, or pay one of the hotels a visit.  Stop by the Venetian for a gondola ride, cross the “Brooklyn Bridge” at New York, New York, or watch the water show at the Bellagio, where fountains span across 8 acres and create a show that’s a blend of water, lights, and music.


What trip would be complete without a little shopping?  Most of the hotels on the Strip have some space devoted to shops.  High-end stores like Gucci, Marni, and Prada can be found in the atrium area of the Aria hotel and on the public floors at the Cosmopolitan.  The Venetian features the Grand Canal Shoppes, Caesars Palace has the Appian Way Shops, and The Underground is featured at the MGM Grand Hotel.  For shopping that’s not attached to a hotel, visitors can check out the Fashion Show Mall, which boasts over 250 stores.

With so many spas, clubs, and unique attractions, any bride-to-be is sure to find a unique way to celebrate in Vegas.