Top 10 Best Bachelor Party Hotels - Page 2

#5)  Fontainebleau – Miami Beach   

I’m in Miami… 

   

Beautiful tans, top nightclub in the world, stellar restaurants, amazing beaches, pool parties during the day… does it get better? 

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Pros:  LIV Nightclub… This club is popping off all night.  The married men can party the night away, reminding their friends which girls they’d be taking down, “if I was single…”  While the single fellas can keep the night going until they get lucky.  It’s not too difficult to lose track of time inside this stadium sized club, which has music and ladies for everyone.

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Cons:  You’d think after $1 billion in renovations this hotel would’ve taken care of any major glitches.  Think again.  Regardless of where the crew camps out in the main pool area, the sun will eventually be blocked by one of the main towers, forcing you to either find a new setup, or convince yourself that you’re getting tan in the shade. 

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Bachelor Party Tip:  Try to plan your trip during a “big” weekend.  Like last year’s Super Bowl, Pro Bowl back-to-back combo.  The celebs are in town, so the parties are turned up a few extra notches.  Oh yeah, one more thing.  If you want to venture away from the hotel, there aren’t many better steaks in the country than Prime 112….  Just don’t bank on sitting within an hour of your reservation time.

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#4)  W Hotel French Quarter – New Orleans

W-Ho Dat!

 

The W Hotel is renowned for being luxurious and hip at the same time, but down in The Big Easy, we’re talking a whole different ball game. First of all, don’t screw this up. There are two hotels, one downtown and one in the French Quarter. Take it from us; the French Quarter is the way to go.

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Pros:  This isn’t a hard one. If you need encouragement to travel to a city where plastic beads entice nudity, there is something wrong with you. Granted you’re probably not combining a bachelor party with Mardi Gras, but it’s all the same. A simple stroll down Bourbon Street may leave you with stories to tell the grandkids, with 90% of the stories omitted of course. Staying at the W gives you the luxury you need from a hotel combined with the electricity and vibe of New Orleans. The city has it all, booze, breasts and Bourbon Street.

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Cons:  The restaurant in the hotel, Bacco is nice if you want to indulge for a sweet, loving dinner with your boys. However, you may want to venture outside of the hotel for some New Orleans must-haves like crawfish and crazy Creole cuisine. You’ve all eaten in nice Italian restaurants, so why not live a little and get crabs…not the bad crabs, those are for after-hours.

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Bachelor Party Tip:  The hotel has an insanely awesome courtyard, so going during the right season might be the move. Despite being down South, New Orleans can get its fair share of cool and nasty weather.

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#3)  The Standard – New York

Far From…

 

The Standard is a good place to rest your head…or at least put your suitcase, depending on how wild you want to get. This luxury boutique hotel strays from the typical skyscrapers of this great city, as it is known for its risqué voyeurism.

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Pros:  You’ll find yourself in the heart of the trendy and exciting Meatpacking district. You and your crew might want to start out downstairs at the Standard Grill for dinner, followed by a long night at the exclusive Boom Boom Room. You’ll be elbow to elbow with six foot models, so stand up straight. During the day, there are the obvious New York City attractions, or you can simply reside in the Biergarten for a day to be…forgotten. Other perks would be the close proximity to some of the city’s best clubs. As a heads up, don’t expect to walk in with ten dudes. Just buy a table and worry about your wallet tomorrow.

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Cons: Like everything else in New York City, you don’t get a lot of space for your buck. You might be shelling out for a room not much larger than your first bedroom in your parent’s house. Not a problem for the showering and changing, but think about if one or all of you wants to bring home a girl. You may want to play it safe and keep the lights on.

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Bachelor Party Tip:  In case you’ve made a mess with the ladies at home being there, feel free to pick up a little something at the many high-end boutiques across the street like Alexander McQueen or Scoop.

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#2)  Wynn & Encore – Las Vegas   

Straight Class…

 

Typically thought of as the most upscale Vegas hotel, most people are inclined to think The Wynn is too high end for a bachelor party scene.  All you need to do is break out the checklist and you’ll immediately realize that is not the case.  In fact, there isn’t a more complete hotel in our top #10 than The Wynn. 

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Pros:  XS and Tryst is the best combo since Shaq and Kobe. This Indoor / Outdoor club duo sets the standard for what your crew should expect from nightclubs. Where else are you able to party lakeside, while looking out over a 100 foot waterfall? Throw in the Encore Beach Club during the day and you have a full day of paradise. Restaurants are ridiculous and The Wynn is situated conveniently on the strip for quick access to some of the adult options Vegas has to offer.

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Cons:  There’s nothing better than taking over a full table in the casino for just your crew. You have this hope that the night will be free after a huge casino run and everyone will be high fiving the whole time. Slight problem. The Wynn has table minimums that are suited for International Prince’s instead of everyday guests.   

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Bachelor Party Tip:  Don’t worry about bringing along your old college friend that doesn’t know anyone. If they aren’t fitting into the vibe of the crew, set them off to play a round of 18 holes without leaving the property. Or some of the other insane amenities this hotel offers.

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