How to Throw the Ultimate Vegas Bachelorette Party When You Have $100K to Blow

From www.justluxe.com, by Nicolle Monico
How to Throw the Ultimate Vegas Bachelorette Party When You Have $100K to Blow

It’s wedding season, which means for many of you, your big day is almost here. By now you’re (finally) finishing up the last details of your lavish affair. The only thing left is your bachelorette party, and let’s face it, this is probably what you’re most excited about after months of cake tastings, flower arrangements and pre-nuptial workouts.

If you’re someone who doesn’t believe in doing anything small (we see you, Kim K), an extravagant final hurrah is definitely in order. Which means, Las Vegas (obviously). Since you’ve already logged hundreds of hours on wedding prep, we went ahead and created the perfect itinerary for you and five friends. Below is your guide to an amazing, envy-inducing $100K bachelorette weekend at the five-star Venetian resort. 

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Limo Transportation — $400-$3,100

To begin, there’s no point in rolling up to your hotel in anything but a limo. The Venetian partners with ODS limo service, and for airport transfers the cost is $400 roundtrip. You’ll want to get the party started as soon as you hit Sin City, so arrange with the hotel concierge to have a bottle of Krug Clos d’Ambonnay 1998 Champagne ($2,000) waiting. Throughout the weekend, ODS can transport your party to every destination for a rate of $70/hr (1.5 hour minimum). Trust us, the long taxi lines alone are worth the price.

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Accommodations — $15,000 (minimum)

With all your faves present, booking a room large enough to host all of you (and your suitcases) is essential. The penthouse suite is really the only option worth considering. Starting at $5,000 per night (based on the weekend’s events), the 2,900-square-foot suite features a double-door entrance with Italian marble foyer and two bedrooms. The master has its own fireplace, king-sized bed, sitting area, and a marble bathroom with jetted tub, while the second bedroom offers two queen beds.

To make your arrival even more special, the Venetian is home to one of the most expensive cupcakes in the world, the Palazzo Decadence D’or Cupcake. The $750 pastry is made with 100 year-old Louis XIII de Remy Martin Cognac, Palmira Single Estate Chocolate, Charentes Poitou AOC Butter, Tahitian Gold Vanilla Bean Caviar and edible gold flakes. Arrange for three (each large enough for two) to be awaiting you and your guests when you enter your suite. You’ll thank us later.

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Day & Night Activities — $38,115

All right, onto the fun stuff. You didn’t go to Sin City to relax poolside the whole time. You’re there to party, Snapchat the crap out of your weekend and show your friends the best time ever. Start your first day with the Beach Bride package ($2,000) at TAO Beach’s 18,000-square-foot pool party which includes a private cabana. All 12 cabanas include air-conditioning, high-definition plasmas, grill menus, mini bars and personal servers. Bottle service is included in your initial price, but let’s be honest, one bottle is never enough. Additional liquor will cost around $2,000.

Mix it up in the evening and hit up Vegas’ newest nightclub, OMNIA at Caesars Palace. Depending on your preference, the main club booths will range anywhere from $7,500 to $20,000. Of course, you’re going for the best, which means the $20,000 option. And if resident DJ Calvin Harris is spinning, you may even get to rub shoulders with the Scottish hunk.

In the morning, retreat to Azure Pool at the hotel for some much-need recovery time. Book the Summer of Love Diamond package which includes a cabana, iced bathtub with Armand de Brignac a.k.a. the "Ace of Spades" 6L & Patron 1.5L and 1.5L Belvedere ($10,000).

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Follow up your tanning sesh with a night at TAO nightclub and reserve the Platinum Package. The exclusive VIP table is in a prime location and includes a DJ shout-out to the bride-to-be along with complimentary champagne and space for up to 15 guests ($4,500). Why 15? Because by now, your crew has definitely made some new male friends (it’s Vegas!). The world-renowned, 10,000-square-foot venue has been a staple in Sin City since 2005 and has played host to celebrities like Jay Z, Madonna, Drake, Rihanna, Kim Kardashian, Heidi Klum and Bono. Their infamous bathtub models sprinkled in rose petals mixed with the club’s voyeuristic design will definitely have you feeling sexy all night long.

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Spa Treatments — $5,130

Throughout the weekend, look into booking different spa sessions for the various days. Canyon Ranch Spa within the hotel is an award-winning facility that is one of the largest day spas in the world. During your first afternoon in Vegas, book yourself a Brazilian Blow-Out ($450) and then join your friends for mani/pedis ($540). To make sure you all look extra gorgeous for your first night out, get your make up done by the spa’s professional team of artists.

On your final day in Sin City, you’re going to be ready for an afternoon of pampering. Book Deep Tissue massages ($1,830) for each of your ladies plus the Ultimate Oxygen facial ($1,830). If you’ve ever done Vegas before, you know how necessary this is on your final day.

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Dining — $11,950

Both The Venetian and its sister property, The Palazzo, have plenty of amazing restaurants to choose from when it comes to dining. Their standouts, however, include LAVO for brunch plus both TAO Asian Bistro and Thomas Keller’s Bouchon for dinner. Other than for those must-go venues, allot $5,000 for food and drinks throughout the trip. TAO is one of our personal favorites and a place where you could really do some damage. Their menu ranges from amazingly-fresh sushi to whole fish dishes and mouth-wateringly-good Imperial Wagyu filet mignon. From the same creators of TAO, LAVO is its Italian counterpart that is situated on the Palazzo side of the resort. A few must-trys are the Lemon Ricotta Waffles with roasted apples, whipped Greek yogurt and caramel; the Lobster Benedict; Breakfast Mac & Cheese; and the 16 oz. Kobe meatball. The last two may seem like interesting choices, but they are heavenly.

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Bridal Party Gifts — $11,950

Last, but certainly not least are your party favors for your wonderful friends (Vinny-Chase style). Since The Venetian is home to many high-end shops, spoiling your girls is incredibly easy. And what better gift than those those little red-lacquered sole'd heels we love so much? Treat your party to a pair of new Louboutins ($5,000) to kick things off (see what we did there?) and then head to Burberry where you can all pick out your favorite shades ($1,800). Lastly, what is your Maid-of-Honor if not the woman who has stuck by you through thick and thin and everything in between? Surprise her with a pair of Cartier diamond earrings ($2,500) to wear at the wedding. Did we mention you’re probably going to win the Friend of the Year award?

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Extras — $1,500

Lastly, your smartphone photos won’t do your weekend justice. The resort can arrange for a professional photographer to join you throughout your stay to capture all your best moments. At $250 per hour, six hours should be just enough time to get the best shots. Before heading back to your every-day lives, cheers to a weekend well spent with one last bottle of B de Boërl & Kroff, Urville 1998 ($9,900) at the Laguna Champagne Bar. Well done, ladies! This will be a bachelorette party for the books.

Although this full itinerary leaves us just shy of $90K, the extra $10,000 will be made up through tips throughout the trip.