10. Get A Great Room
You and all of your bros are finally together for one big weekend of partying in Las Vegas for your Bachelor party. Last thing you want to do is have all of your friends spread out over multiple hotels, on multiple floors. You'd spend your whole weekend just trying to round people up. We suggest getting a suite. Suites typically have a large sitting area and a full kitchen with a refrigerator. Having a cold one with the boys in your room is a great way to kick off you big weekend. Hotels such as Signature MGM, Elara and Vdara specialize in suites, many with multiple rooms. You can use our Las Vegas trip planning guide to help you figure out what room to get. Visit our hotel list to see more options.
9. Rent Mobility Scooters
We know that on a Bachelor Party weekend the nights are filled with partying. But partying all weekend is exhausting. It is important to rest during the days while in Vegas, however you still want to see the sights. That's where mobility scooters come into play. You can cruise the Las Vegas strip in style for 49.99! This includes free delivery and pick up. Vendors can be found up and down the strip or with a quick google search.
8. Enter a Poker Tournament
Gambling can be fun for some people, while others think it's a waste of money. Poker tournaments are a fun way to gamble while keeping your bank intact. Some run as little as 50 dollar buy in. You and all of your friends can jump into the game, have some fun, some cocktails, and perhaps win a little money. Check with your hotel casino's poker rooms for available tournaments during your visit. One item of note on this: many tournaments start very early in the morning.
7. Go to Top Golf
Top golf is really great place to spend time and have fun in Las Vegas for a Bachelor Party. Your group gets its own bay with a server. Food, beer and booze can be ordered while you play any of their golf related games. Each bay has plentiful seating, air conditioning, a selection of clubs and a number of TVs to enjoy. There are even three GIANT TVs at the end of the range. There are 107 hitting bays. There are also a number of bars and even 2 pools on site to enjoy. Top golf is located behind MGM Grand on Koval Lane. You don't even need to be a good golfer to enjoy the games.
6. Go to a Club
The club scene is huge in Las Vegas. Clubs attract top acts such as the Chainsmokers, Tiësto, Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki, Skrillex and Diplo. The club experience can be wild; crazy visuals from the laser and light shows, confetti, fire, cold air blasts, beautiful go-go dancers and a raucous crowd. It may seem to be "not your fit", but go, it's a big party and everyone just wants to have a good time. If you can afford it we highly recommend bottle service. Bottle service gives you a dedicated booth, waitress, great service and easy line access. We even got pizza when we went to Intrigue.
5. Enjoy the Pool in a Cabana / Day Club or European Style Pool
Vegas in the summer is crazy hot. Temps reach upwards of 110 degrees. What a better place to chill out then the pool. We highly recommend the MGM Grand and Mandalay bay pools. They both have lazy rivers which are awesome to chill in. MGM Grand's lazy river has a bar in it! Mandalay bay has a wave pool. We think that a cabana is a great way to go. Cabanas are reserved with a minimum spend that you can use on food and beverage. You get a cabana with seats, own waitress, shade and sometimes even a TV and air conditioning. You can book cabanas on MGM's or Mandalay Bay's website. You do not need to a hotel guest to rent a cabana.
Another option, if you are up for the partying is a day club. All the fun of the nightclub with dancing, drinks and partying but in the day around a pool. Expect hot bods and hotter music. Popular day clubs include Drai's Beach Club, Encore Beach Club, Daylight, Marquee Day Club, and Tao Beach.
A final pool option is the European style bathing (read topless) pool lounge. These are typically smaller pool areas, walled off from the rest of the pool complex at hotels. They offer optional topless sunbathing, food and drink service, cabana rentals and DJs spinning live music. Some of the Euro-style pools include Bare Pool Lounge and Moorea Beach club.
4. EAT UP at a Brunch Buffet
So you got an army of bros and you are all hungry. Getting a group to decide where to eat can be a hassle with everyone wanting to eat something different. Additionally sitting a large group at a restaurant can be hard and may incur wait times. Buffet brunches are a great option. They have plenty of seating, a great assortment of food, plenty of beverages to hydrate, and even bottomless sparkling wine for an additional cost. You can stay as long as you want, eat as much as you want and drink as much as you want. What a deal! This is a great way to start your day off and catch a quick and cheap buzz. Many also offer an unlimited beer package. We highly recommend the Bacchanal buffet at Caesars Palace, Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan, The buffet at Bellagio and Cravings at Mirage
3. Smoke a Cigar
When it's time to take a load off and step away from the party what better way to wind down then to smoke a cigar and have a glass of whiskey with the boys. A number of Davidoff cigar stores can be found throughout the strip. If you are looking for the full experience go to Montecristo Cigar Bar at Caesars Palace. Here they'll guide you through the cigar selection process, offer whiskey with cigar pairings and there's even a small menu. You'll be surrounded by comfort and relaxing times.
2. Go to a Gentlemen's Club
This one can almost go without saying. What is a bachelor party in the City of Sin without visiting a Gentlemen's club. Las Vegas is home to a number of incredibly large and lavishly appointed Gentlemen's clubs. We recommend topless clubs over all nude. Our favorite clubs will be the subject of a future Party Pantheon Top 10 List. But for now we recommend the Spearmint Rhino, Treasures, Sapphire, and Crazy Horse 3. PRO TIP: Call the club ahead of time to schedule a FREE limo ride for your group.
1. Eat a Steak
Finally, on the manliest of weekends the most manly thing to do is to go eat a steak. Luckily Las Vegas is home to a ton of excellent Steakhouses. There's at least one per hotel. You'll find prime beef, kobe (wagyu) beef, dry aged steaks, piedmontese beef, vaca vieja and many other options. They aren't cheap, expect to pay around $100 a head by the time you are all paid up, but we feel it's way worth it.The top 10 Steakhouses will be a definite list for us coming up. Here is a short list to wet your whistle: Bazaar Meat, Cut, Carnevino, Prime and Delmonico.