Your Guide to Bachelor Parties in Las Vegas

Your Guide to Bachelor Parties in Las Vegas

The big day is coming up soon, and of course, you want to send your formerly single friend to his new spouse in style. What tops throwing the groom’s bachelor party in Las Vegas? With so much to do in the city, the thought of planning the trip may feel overwhelming, but this quick guide will help you consider transportation, accommodations, and both mild and wild activities for a weekend with the boys.

Plan When to Go

First things first: decide when your group is heading to town for the bachelor party. Plan for at least a week before the wedding so that the groom can recover properly; after all, nobody likes a hungover wedding party. If you intend to do outdoor activities, summer may be too hot for people unaccustomed to temperatures of 100 degrees and higher, so be sure to consider weather conditions. Remember that it is likely that many of the party’s guests are on a budget. If you want to help people save as much money as possible, plan the getaway for November or early December, which is the slow season between summer and holiday parties.

Book Transportation and a Hotel

If you don’t live within driving distance of the city, book your plane tickets early to ensure everyone is on the same flight and will arrive on time. In addition to airfare, you will need to decide on how you are getting around the city. Cabs, Uber and Lyft all drive from the airport to the Strip. If you want something swanky, you can hire a limo service or a party bus, but expect to pay a premium price, especially if you use the service for the duration of your stay. Other options include renting a car or using The Loop or the Las Vegas Monorail.

You should also book your accommodations far in advance, especially if you are visiting during peak times or on the weekend of a special event. Most of the hotels on the Strip are very large and can be expensive but will put you right in the middle of the action. If you don’t mind walking a few blocks, you can find better deals in other parts of the city in most cases. Depending on the size of your group, you might consider renting a house or villa, but you will need transportation to get to the Strip. Additionally, since you would be in someone else’s home, you will not be able to be as rowdy as you might get in a hotel.

Choose a Daytime Activity

If your group intends to ease its way into the shenanigans, you can begin your party with a daytime activity. For groups who want to try something unique, Las Vegas is home to the largest indoor shooting facility in the state, and that range allows you to try your hand at using a machine gun. If the groom is into herbology, the area offers several marijuana tours as well. Other options for daytime activities include the Mob Museum, several different food tours, helicopter rides over the Grand Canyon, go-kart racing, or checking the High Roller, an entertainment venue that is more than 550 feet tall.

Decide on the Club Scene

When it comes to the club scene, it can be hard to decide on your own, especially if you have never been to Vegas before. Choosing a pre-designed package is usually a better idea than merely “seeing where the night takes you.” From popular nightclubs to VIP pool parties or gentleman’s clubs, you can find a package for practically any personality. Check out some of our most popular packages.
● Basic Party Package: This is an excellent choice if you’re on a budget. A basic package includes a 45-minute limo charter to cruise the Strip, one bottle of alcohol, hosted VIP entry to one nightclub and VIP entry to the Spearmint Rhino.
● The Last Supper: If the groom is less of a party guy and more of a foodie, this is for him. The package includes a limo to the Gordon Biersch Brewery, dinner, an open beer, and wine bar for two hours and a limo to a gentleman’s club.
● Nightclub & Dayclub Weekend: And if the basic package didn’t have enough partying, the groom might be into this package. It includes entry to three pool parties, a club crawl to one ultra-lounge and three world-renowned nightclubs and two rides on a party bus with complimentary drinks.

Of course, this is just a sampling of the bachelor party packages we have available. In addition to many other packages, you can find bundles for premium or deluxe bottle service that includes hosted entry and reservations to popular nightclubs or create your custom VIP package for the guest of honor.


Whether he is your brother or your best friend, you want the soon-to-be groom’s last weekend as a single man to be something he will remember forever. Don’t risk forgetting essential details by planning it all alone. Get in touch with Vegas Party VIP to learn more about our bachelor party packages or to find out how to create your package.

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