You’re about to walk down that wedding aisle and say “I do” to the person you want to spend forever with, but what comes before that? The bachelorette party! But of all the places to go, where do you choose? Read on for some amazing options to consider!
New Orleans, Louisiana
Historic architecture, jazzy music, spicy cuisine, and spooky vibes? New Orleans has endless options for you to explore. Stroll the bar-lined Bourbon Street and visit the French Quarter. You won’t be bored for a second! While in town, visit the House of Blues, Harrah’s Casino, and Preservation Hall.
Las Vegas, Nevada
What would this list be without Sin City, where you can indulge in top-notch entertainment, dine at world-class restaurants, and gamble? Check out Momofuku for Asian, Carbone for Italian, and TAO for a party atmosphere. But that’s not all Las Vegas has to offer. You can also partake in epic pool parties at places like Marquee Day Club.
If you’d prefer winter fun on your bach trip, look no further than Manchester, Vermont. Grab yourself a pair of snowshoes and get ready for outdoor adventures. Be sure to stop at The Copper Grouse for its famous hot toddy and reserve a table for dinner at Raven’s Den. And don’t forget to visit the local ski slopes in Bromley or Stratton.
Calling all wine lovers: Sonoma Valley is ready for you. If you’re a bride-to-be that loves relaxing and sipping sauvignon blanc, you’ve come to the right place. Sonoma boasts over 400 wineries. Our picks? Rodney Strong Vineyards, Ram’s Gate Winery, and Buena Vista Winery. Many hotels are close to vineyards and wineries, so you don’t have to wander far to hit one.
Savannah is becoming the hippest place for bachelorette parties – and for a good reason. This gorgeous city features moss-draped trees and to-die-for food and drinks. Be sure to add some restaurants along the Savannah River to your list, like River House, Huey’s, or Boar’s Head Grill & Tavern.
Newport, Rhode Island
This East Coast city can’t be beat! Spend the day walking the Cliff Walk, enjoying the ocean breeze and summer sun. Or, book a sailing tour, and don’t miss out on local seafood. It’s some of the best you’ll ever have, especially when paired with crisp white wine. Our suggestion? Stay at Castle Hill Inn, which has an in-house bar and restaurant, so you don’t have to wander far if you don’t want to!