5 Best Hotels in Las Vegas for Bachelorette Parties

There are so many great places to stay in Las Vegas for bachelorette parties, but it can be overwhelming to plan it perfectly. Should you stay on the strip or off-strip? In an Airbnb? Do you need transportation? What’s the very best place to stay for bachelorette parties? Which hotels are walkable to the strip?

I lived in Vegas for 10 months hopping around various hotels, so I’ve just about experienced them all! In this guide, I’ll break down my top hotel recommendations, so that you can make the best choice for your bachelorette party group. 

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Viva, Las Vegas!

What I love about Vegas is that you can experience it so many ways! Vegas is home to some of the most luxurious and extravagant hotels in the world, amazing shows, and award-winning restaurants. But it also has affordable, casual options and lots of free sightseeing. This makes it the perfect destination for a memorable bachelorette party, no matter your budget. 

Another great reason to visit Las Vegas is that flights are usually affordable! To find the best flight deals, I highly recommend Skyscanner. You can also check out my blog post about How to Fly for Free on Southwest.

Keep in mind that weekends and peak months can cause flights and hotel rates in Vegas to jump by 5X the price of a weeknight! If you can accommodate a few weeknights, you will save a lot of cash. Consider it more to spend on top-shelf cocktails, a spa day, or shopping!

5 Best Las Vegas Hotels for Bachelorette Groups

Let’s get to the rankings…

#1 Paris Hotel (4-star)

This is the Las Vegas hotel that I chose to host my sister’s bachelorette weekend. I’m giving the Paris Hotel my #1 spot for it’s beautiful balance of walkability, vibe and affordability. 

Paris Hotel guest room with two double beds.


The hotel is situated right in the middle of the strip between Planet Hollywood and Ballys. The Bellagio is directly across the street and many times we walked out of the hotel looking out on the stunning water show. If you plan on walking the strip most of the time, the Paris is a great choice. 


Who doesn’t love Parisian decor? The rooms were all recently renovated between 2016-2019, so you don’t have to worry about getting an outdated room. The style is very chic and modern and perfect for a classy ladies trip. We all loved the bathroom decor. They even provide a mini fridge in each room for free, which is pretty rare in Las Vegas.


Sure, the Paris may not be as lux or high-end as it’s 5-star competitors like the Venetian or Caesar’s Palace. But in my book, it’s a pretty close match! And it comes at a much lower price tag. 

Pro Tips

  • Splurge a little and book a guaranteed strip view! I did this for my sister’s bachelorette trip and we absolutely loved the view of the Eifel tower and watching the Bellagio fountain at night. 
  • Don’t sleep on this one! Make a reservation for breakfast at Mon Ami Gabi, attached to the Paris Hotel and ask to sit on the outdoor patio or the covered porch. The food is incredible and you’ll love sipping your morning latte while people-watching on the strip. Make reservations! They book up quickly for breakfast.

#2 The Cosmopolitan (5-star)

The Cosmo is one of the most upscale and luxurious hotels in Las Vegas. It has swanky guest suites, elegant restaurants and plenty of cocktail bars. So you don’t even have to leave the resort to find great food or nightlife. Plus, the hotel is located right on the strip, so you don’t have to worry about transportation. This hotel is the perfect scene for a sassy or classy bachelorette party. 


The Cosmo is centrally located, especially if you plan to shop. It’s just a quick walk across the street to the Shops at Crystal or to Miracle Mile at Planet Hollywood. 


I think chic and modern are the best words I can come up with to describe the Cosmo. It’s beautifully decorated with deep purple colors, chandeliers, and marble. I find that the crowd is mostly young adults. Being one of the newer hotels on the strip, and with it’s 5-star rating, it has clean and modern guest rooms as well. 


5-star comes at a price! The Cosmo is not the cheapest hotel on the strip, but is also among the lower range of other 5-stars on the strip. If you’re looking for a luxury spot with a lot to offer this might be your pick. They also have a huge range of suites, so if you’re wanting a large room, check out their website for details. 

If you’re booking 7 or more rooms, you can connect with their Celebration Sales team for rates and ideas.

Pro Tip

  • Whether you stay at the Cosmo or not, I highly recommend that you make reservations at the Chandelier Bar. You’ll sit inside a three-story chandelier covered with jewels, and the cocktails are incredible. I literally can’t imagine a bachelorette party in Vegas without this!

#3 Virgin Hotel (4-star)

This is hands down my all-time favorite off-strip hotel! The Virgin Hotel Las Vegas is part of the Curio Collection by Hilton. It opened in 2021, and was formerly the Hard Rock Hotel. 

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas red neon sign


While it’s a very short Uber to the Airport, it’s not exactly walkable to the strip. I’ve done it, but it’s about a 1-mile trek and not something to do often. An Uber or taxi wouldn’t be much, but if you’re someone who likes to come and go, it may be difficult without transportation. When I stay at the Virgin, I usually spend a lot of time at the resort and wouldn’t have it any other way!

Learn more about The Virgin Hotel in Las Vegas and how to book my FAVORITE room with an incredible view of the strip.


If you know Virgin’s signature style, you won’t be surprised by the Las Vegas location. It’s modern and clean with a mix of desert and beach themes throughout. They mix bold colors with muted, soft neutrals in the rooms and main spaces. If you’re looking for a pool party, the Elia Beach Club is popular.

Kassi Beach House is a trendy restaurant in the hotel with coastal Italian fare and overlooks the main beach pool, and one of my favorite places to eat in Las Vegas. This restaurant is the perfect spot for a bachelorette brunch or dancing at their Wednesday night house party. Do yourself a favor and order their delicious whipped feta with honey and try any of the cocktails!

Check out my full review of Kassi Beach House including what to order and how to plan your visit.


I stayed here a lot after it first opened when the rates were incredible on Hopper (…I’m talking $15/night). Post-pandemic and with growing popularity, their prices are more normal now and comparable to other strip hotels. But their resort fee includes a lot. Currently you get 20% off services at the Spa, 15% off Spa retail, complimentary appetizer with the purchase of two dinner entrees at the Kitchen at Commons Club, two for one drinks at the Bar at Commons Club, in-room streaming services, including Netflix and Hulu, complimentary Wi-Fi, unlimited local and long distance calling and two free bottles of water.

Pro Tip

  • If you don’t book an upgraded room, ask at the desk if they are available. We’ve gotten great deals on upgraded rooms when asking at the desk. Specifically the Opal Corner Chamber King room is my favorite. You can lay in bed with a full landscape view of the Vegas strip in front of you. It’s fabulous, and the best way to fall asleep and wake up in Vegas. Worth every penny.

#4 Airbnb or Vacation House

If you want to avoid having multiple hotel rooms or pricey suites, an Airbnb would be a great option. Especially if you have safe transportation (party responsibly). The benefit to renting a house is that you could cook meals, be your own bartender, and save a bit on dining costs. Also, it’s great to have everyone under one roof when you have a big crew celebrating together! Here are some fabulous vacation homes to consider:

  • 4BR House – Modern Home w/ Pool Minutes from the Strip
2-Story Airbnb house in Las Vegas with a pool, perfect for a bachelorette weekend
Photo via Airbnb Listing for “5 min to Strip BEST STRIP VIEWS- Pool/Spa, Private”

Best Places to Search for Vacation Homes:

#5 Caesar’s Palace (5-star)

Caesars Palace is a classic, iconic Las Vegas hotel, with a touch of luxury and glamour. The hotel has a variety of suites and rooms to accommodate bachelorette parties of all sizes. Plus it is conveniently located on the Las Vegas Strip. But there are 7 main reasons why it’s on my list, and all of them are pools in their “Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis.” It features 7 pools, 48 cabanas and 65 day beds. If I could pick a place in Vegas to day drink and hang with my ladies, this would be it. 

Caesar's Palace Hotel Pool in Las Vegas at the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis.


It doesn’t get much better than Caesar’s for walkability. Not only will you find a ton to do inside the resort (that is, if you ever leave the pools), but you can walk to just about any other resort ranging from Mandalay Bay on the south side of the strip to the Stratosphere on the north side of the strip. 


There are gorgeous, beautiful white columns, statues and fountains everywhere. Every inch is opulent and you’ll feel like a greek goddess when you stay here. It’s always lively and full of action. The Omnia Night Club is a perfect girls night out to dance on the rooftop and see amazing DJs. 


This hotel comes at a higher price tag, but totally worth it in my opinion, especially if many people in the group have never stayed there. You’ll get every penny by soaking in as much pool time as possible. If you’re an MGM Rewards Member, you may find deals through their website. 

Pro Tip

Grab a bite and a cocktail at the Vanderpump Cocktail Garden for a perfect way to start a night out. They currently take reservations, so you can avoid waiting in line.


If a bachelorette party has no decorations, did it really happen?

I ordered a few decorations from Amazon, packaged them in my suitcase, and set them up quickly in the hotel room. The package I ordered is no longer available, but here are a few similar options in various styles:

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Make sure you order the bride a “Bride to Be” sash or veil to draw attention to the celebration. Not only will you get great pics, but lots of people will say congrats to the bride and maybe even buy her a drink!

You could also hire a company like Decorated Dates to come in and decorate for you ahead of time to save the hassle. 

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Which Las Vegas Hotel Will You Pick for Your Bachelorette Party?

The truth is that with so many great options, it’s hard to go wrong. But depending on your goals, I hope this list can help you find a place to stay in Las Vegas that is perfect for your bachelorette group. Have a whole lot of fun, but not too much 😉

Happy travels!


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Plate & Compass is a food and travel blog written by Hannah Falkosky. After quitting her job and spending 8 weeks in Europe on just a few thousand dollars, she found her love for budget travel and sharing tips to help others explore the world. She also spent 15 years working with award-winning chefs and developed a love for artful food and cocktails. Hannah is now based out of Los Angeles, and when she’s not traveling she makes it her mission to explore the best restaurants and cocktail bars while living life to the fullest.

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  • Kelly

    A group of us girls were just talking about going to Vegas yesterday. This post is timely. I love the idea of a rental. I would have never thought of that for Vegas. I’ve always wanted to stay at the Venetian (too expensive for my budget)