You’re in Las Vegas for a bachelorette party, so it goes without saying that you’ll probably be doing some clubbing and bar-hopping.
Day and night, there are endless hot spots to see, be seen, have a few cocktails, and dance the night away!
Here are a few popular sports for Nightlife during a Bachelorette Party in Vegas!
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The beating heart of OMNIA, one of the hottest clubs in Vegas right now, is the amazing chandelier surrounded by giant concentric rings that look like they’re about to beam you up to another planet, and to be honest, a night at Omnia might kind of feel that way.
This is one of the top nightclubs in Vegas at the moment, where on any given night, you’ll catch a top-tier DJ like Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, or Illenium headlining.
Hakkasan has been one of the biggest names in Vegas nightlife for several years now and is still holding strong to that title.
The 80,000 square-foot space also includes a fine dining restaurant and the lounge-within-the-club, Ling Ling. A brand-new, multi-million-dollar light installation called the “Hakkasan Grid” was recently unveiled, adding a whole new element of technological artistry to the five-story club that makes it feel new all over again.
XS at the Wynn, connected to Encore Beach Club, is another long-time mainstay for top DJ talent and Vegas’s most popular parties. Their weekly “Nightswim” events during the summer are always a hot way to beat the heat, and you can catch major EDM stars like the Chainsmokers and Diplo in regular rotation.
Encore Beach Club
The three-level pool complex that located off the edge of XS is one of the best pool parties in Las Vegas in size, layout, and quality of talent. Catch Diplo, RL Grime, and the absolutely insane David Guetta parties here all summer long.
Wet Republic is not the original party pool (that was Rehab at Hard Rock, RIP), but it helped to define what a Las Vegas party pool could be, bringing all the same top-name talent from the superclubs into a poolside DJ booth for an “ultra pool” daytime nightclub experience.
Each week you can see DJs like Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Loud Luxury, and more.
Marquee Day Club
Once upon a time some genius at Marquee realized that if they opened their nightclub up during the day with an expanded indoor/outdoor space and provided the same experience as the nightclub (private booths by way of cabanas; bottle service) and just add water, then they could double their revenue, and so Marquee Day Club was born.
Dance your day away into the night, and then keep dancing to some of the most influential DJs in the world!
Bars and Lounges
Located in the hip Fremont East neighborhood of downtown Las Vegas, Corduroy throwback rock-and-roll vibe and a special room called the “Lightbox” where the lighting is always perfect for your Instagram selfies!
This trendy cocktail bar inspired by pre-Prohibition design and drinking culture even has its own speakeasy called the Laundry Room hidden within the 6,000-square-foot space where the drinks get real serious. But don’t worry; even if you can’t get in the Laundry Room, the stunning main bar and the awesome rooftop patio are more than enough to keep your crew happy. Get there early, though: This place gets PACKED on weekends.
Located in the 18b Arts District of Las Vegas, the Velveteen Rabbit is a craft cocktail and beer bar with a killer backyard patio where DJs spin every Friday and Saturday night.
If you want to know where the locals hang out, it’s the Golden Tiki. This tiki-themed cocktail bar in Las Vegas’s Chinatown is one of the hottest spots in Vegas, and where the locals go to unwind. Check them out for happy hour, yacht rock brunch, and the occasional burlesque show, and get a Scorpion Bowl or Zombie Punch to share.
This cowboy bar in the middle of the District at MGM features live country music in a comfortable atmosphere that feels just a little like Nashville.
Nine Fine Irishmen
There ain’t no party like an Irish pub party, and Nine Fine Irishmen inside New York New York is one of the best in Vegas. Sip on ciders and stouts and enjoy hearty Irish cuisine as you stamp your feet and clap your hands along to the Celtic sounds of house band Sin e Ri Ra.
The Chandelier Lounge
The Chandelier Lounge is a three-level bar within the Cosmopolitan’s massive 44-foot-tall, 75-feet-wide, three-story chandelier comprised of seven million faceted crystals. Even level of the lounge offers a slightly different experience, but for the most inventive cocktails, head to the more intimate level 1.5 and order “The Verbena” or “We’re All Mad Here.”
Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas looks like a professional tailgate picnic. They recently opened an indoor space, but the original outdoor space is one of the best ways to spend a sunny day on the Strip, looking out over the Bellagio fountains, sipping bottomless mimosas during weekend brunch, playing giant Jenga, and watching your favorite teams on the dozens of HDTVs.
If you and your girls want to get dressed to the nines and be #classynottrashy, the SkyBar, sitting high atop of the 23rd floor of the recently-rechristened Waldorf Astoria (formerly the Mandarin Oriental), is one of the most sophisticated cocktail spots where you’ll drink in a breathtaking view of the Strip along with your ultra-premium drink.
This exquisite cocktail bar and lounge inside the Venetian is home to some of the most inventive craft cocktails on the Strip. Cocktail nerds and aficionados will want to make this a mandatory stop, but the atmosphere—with live music and pop-up events—will also keep the vodka soda crowd entertained.
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