Las Vegas is known for being a party town, full of action and plenty of entertainment. When you want a place you can gamble all night, Eat 24 Hours a day and stay in some of the most exciting resorts in the world, you think of Vegas. What better place than Vegas to plan a bachelor party; you can send the groom to be off in style and ensure he has sewed all his wildest oats before walking down the aisle. There are a few things you need to do in planning the party. Below are a few tips to help get you started.
Find a Place to Stay
Vegas never sleep's, but this does not mean you don't. There are plenty of great hotels and resorts that are perfect for a bachelor party. You can find suites that offer room enough for all your buddies and offer up amenities such as wet bars in the room, whirlpool Jacuzzis and lavish casinos and pools. You have to also keep in mind that if drinking is involved, there is no need to drive and risk a disaster before the big day.
Most bachelor parties end up in one of the gentlemen's clubs on or off the strip. This does not have to be the case; there is plenty to do and see in Vegas. Taking in a show or going to a comedy club can offer up plenty of excitement, and the casinos are a great way to enjoy the free drinks while trying to win your fortune. Nightclubs seem to be everywhere and in most resorts, and many never close their doors. You can bounce from club to club on the strip and take in some of the sights along the way. Just walking the strip at night will be a memory that is not soon forgotten.
Before the night gets too out of hand and frozen drinks become dinner, head off to one of the buffets for an all-you-can-eat feast. There is no need to go hungry in Vegas; you can find cheap buffets all along the strip and in most resorts that will feed your entire party without breaking the bank. You can purchase a 24 Hour buffet pass at the front desk of many of the area resorts and hotels, and pay just one price to eat for a solid 24 hours. This means, with a bachelor party that is going strong all night, you can have several meals that night and breakfast, lunch and dinner the next day.
The bachelor party should have an itinerary that each member has a copy of. This way, if anyone ventures off or gets lost, he will know where to catch up with the party. Try to stick together and don't let any of your buddies end up in trouble, especially the groom to be. This is supposed to be a night of fun, and the last thing you want is it becoming anything but.