10 Best Bachelorette Party Destinations!
Today I am dusting off my Maid of Honor hat and coming out to party with y’all.
It has been a while since I have planned anything bachelorette but if you know me, you know I go all out for my friends (peep: throw a kick-ass bachelorette party).
Since this is the time of my life where all of my friends are getting engaged, I tend to get a lot of party planning questions. So, I thought I would make it easy and put everything, all together in a fun little post.
Sine my former life was a bit wild – you know I know how to get down – so these 10 cities will give you the best experiences for your money and for your bride to be’s party style.
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Here is our list of top bachelorette destinations:
- New York: Duh. Come on guys you know I had to pick my hometown as the number one destination. Jk Jk. I picked New York because there are really two destinations in New York that are fabulous for bachelorette parties. NYC is always a good time and there is no time limit on when the party has to end. They have everything from brunches (which sometimes consist of dancing on tables at 11am – yes), fab night clubs and if you really want to have a good time, stop by Lucky Chengs. However, if you are looking for a more relaxing, getaway vibe then Long Island may be a better pick. On Long Island you can choose from Wine Country on the North fork or a beachy vibe on the South fork in Montauk. If you go Wine Country then make sure to check out my previous post. If you go the Montauk route then make sure to stop by the Sloppy Tuna (yes – it is still open).
- Ocean City: Ah yes Maryland. Ocean City – in my opinion – is a classier version of the played-out Atlantic City. Maybe it is because I have been to Atlantic City so many times and it is no longer special or maybe it is because I appreciate Maryland’s outdoor bar scene but Ocean City in particular is a good time. I also love that you can rent a house (pretty much everywhere) for half the cost of the hotels now but especially in Ocean City.
- New Orleans: I have visited New Orleans twice in my life so far – once in college and once for a work conference – and both visits were equally as fun. My first trip (the college one) may have been slightly more inappropriate than the work trip but if you are looking for a good time at a decent price then I would take a trip to NOLA. Aside from the fact your party can live on Bourbon Street and be a success, there are a lot of great restaurants, swamp tours and well Mardi Gras (if you dare double up). If your bride to be loves to dance and listen to music then this might be the right destination for you.
- Boston: I have yet to participate in a Boston bachelorette party but the city is so fun I feel like this would be a great destination. If your bride is a beer drinker, maybe take her on some brewery tours. They have the Samuel Adams Brewery, Harpoon Brewery and more! Also, since Boston is right on the water, they have a lot of outdoor activities (plus a great view).
- Miami: If beach is your style then Miami is for you. They have so many fun daytime options from the Fontainbleau and South beach pool parties to night time roof top bars. Although Miami tends to be a pricier option, you are pretty much guaranteed warmth, great shopping, and even better frosty drink options.
- Nashville: Nashville is a newbie to the bachelorette party circuit – for me – but it is a hot destination. This year alone I was invited to two bachelorette parties in Nashville! Crazy right? Yes but what is really cool is they even have their own planning website! In Nashville they have everything from group peddler bike tours to wild dance classes at Miss Fit Academy.
- Las Vegas: Obviously. I mean you knew it was coming. Vegas – like Miami – has a lot of great pool parties for the day time and at night you have an endless selection of clubs and bars to choose from. You could also start the night with a show like Circu Du Soleil or Britney Spears or Chippendales (whichever your bride prefers). Plus since you are a girl in Las Vegas, you barely pay for anything at night (trust me – just find a promoter).
- Aspen or Vail: If you do play in the snow – I personally don’t – but if you do and you like the cold then take a nice winter ski trip to a cozy cabin. However, if you are planning a summer bachelorette you can still go to Aspen or Vail just make sure to hit up the water activities. Either time of year in Colorado offers a ton of packages for outdoor adventures. Oh and if you really want to get fancy, make sure to check out their spa scene (I heard it’s award winning!)
- Charleston: Sweet, sweet Charleston. A slightly more laidback atmosphere but that does not mean you can’t get down. Two favorite local hotspots are The Belmont and Juanita Greenberg’s (which allegedly has some fierce margaritas)! Similar vibes to NOLA minus Mardi Gras, you can be sure to have a good time in Downtown Charleston.
- Austin: Go big or go home right? Austin and Dallas are two cities that have become pretty popular over the last few years. I can’t imagine not having a good time in Texas so I had to add Austin to the list. They have pub crawls, peddlers, and even wine tasting. After doing some research, I realized I kind of want to go there right now – but – I will wait until invited. Oh and if you go the Austin route, make sure to ride a bull for everyone reading this list. 😉
that is all the fun I have for today.
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