You may not wake up with a tiger in the bathroom, like the bros of The Hangover, but throwing a bachelor party in Vegas all but ensures a rager of cinematic proportions. Indeed, the proverbial dancer popping out of cake is just the start of it and quickly dims to memories of jamming out to rock gods, flooring the gas pedal at the race track, firing grenade launchers in the desert and leaping from a tower. Find them all, and more, at these 10 Best Bachelor Party Spots in Vegas.
Few nightclubs in the world can match the pedigree of this 10,000-square-foot Asian-inspired space that welcomes you with models in pools of rose petals. Madonna, Jay-Z, Rihanna, Jamie Foxx and Bono have all slipped through the door into the two main rooms with three full-service bars and state-of-the-art audio and lighting systems put to full use by spinning DJs. For a breather, simply step out onto the 40-foot outside terrace overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. Get to all of it faster with TAO All Access Pass
Seduction is only part of the spectacle of this topless review, celebrating its 15th year in 2017. Classic Vegas razzle-dazzle, tight choreography and serious athletic skill provide the rest. Along with spins around the pole, the six sultry ladies don body paint, go-go boots, sexy uniforms, and even bungee cords to bump and grind to Metallica, Shakeera, and Christina Aguilera. The showstopper remains “Champagne Wishes,” danced and stripped inside a huge champagne glass. You may even get to join them on stage.
Raiding the Rock Vault
Get out the air guitar and oil up the fingers for a night of rocking out to the gods of the rock – The Who, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Aerosmith, Queen – duly administered by their offspring, including Robin McAuley (MSG, Survivor), Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt, Quiet Riot), Howard Leese (Heart, Bad Company) and Jay Schellen (Badfinger, Asia), as well as several guest stars. Add in the lights, video screens, sound system and go-go dancers, and it’s as close as you’ll come to the real thing. No wonder Raiding the Rock Vault is consistently ranked as the No. 1 performance in Las Vegas on TripAdvisor.
The Laugh Factory
No comedian reaches the top without stepping up to the mic at The Laugh Factory, in business nationwide since 1979. The Vegas branch shows all the reasons for its success nightly, pairing the hottest up-and-comers with reigning champions like Jim Belushi, Rich Little, Rob Schneider and Andrew Dice Clay. Plant your butt in the first few rows, and watch it become fodder for the jokes.
Not all Vegas fist pumping happens on the Strip. It’s also a natural friend to the fuel injection of an ATV vehicle speeding through the sandy dunes and rocky trails of the Las Vegas desert, and into the mountains, where panoramic views show you Vegas as never before. Guided tours, like the four-hour Nellis Dunes Tour, make it all the easier with complimentary hotel pick-up and drop-off, lunch, helmets and other safety gear, and personal instruction.
Encore Beach Club at Wynn
Perhaps no pool deck in Vegas can compete with the spectacle of this huge red, white and blue three-tiered space that can hold up to 2,300 revelers. Supporting them all are lounge chairs; floating lily pads; 26 cabanas stocked with refrigerators, flatscreen TVs and a plush daybeds. The eight bungalows add private bathrooms, a cooling system and even balconies overlooking the Strip. The pedigree also ensures a super sexy serving staff, as well as A-list DJs and performers like David Guetta, Major Lazer and The Chainsmokers.
Ultimate Bachelor Party by Nite Tours
Sometimes, the best parties are those planned by the experts. The Ultimate Bachelor Party by Nite Tours takes care of the entire raucous night, including transport from your hotel to Sapphire, the world’s largest strip club – and a night of cocktails, fun, dancing and more cocktails.
Get your motor running and cruise over to the roar and rumble of SpeedVegas. Adrenalin-seekers can slip behind the wheel of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches and Audis, and burn hot rubber in multiple experience programs.
Before leaping into marriage, why not leap off the tower of the Stratosphere Hotel and Casino? At 829 feet, it holds the Guinness World Record for the “highest commercial decelerator descent.” That means harnessing some tremendous cojones along with the jumpsuit to the cables of the “descender machine” as you top 40mph while screaming down to the landing pad below.
There’s no better place to bro-down then over the game board, and this arcade-slash-night club offers many opportunities for stepping into the winner’s circle. We are talking giant chess, pool, ping pong, skee-ball, shuffleboard, giant beer pong and all the beer you need to fill the dumpster-sized game cups. By evening, the large backyard transforms into a nightclub with live rock bands and lots of hot, sweaty young people.