Planning a bachelor party in Las Vegas? Use our guide for the best restaurants, hotels, bars, and activities to do in the area.

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If there was ever any doubt that Sin City was the ultimate bachelor party destination, "The Hangover" put it to rest. But with five-figure-a-night suites, bottle service, and transportation in the cards, a long weekend with the guys could end up costing as much as the wedding. Read on for Travel + Leisure’s recommendations to make sure it’s all worth it.

Best Hotel Suites in Las Vegas for a Bachelor Party

The perfect Las Vegas bachelor party needs a proper crash pad.

Aria: Sky Villa

Take your stay to the next level in Aria’s epic Sky Villa, a sleek, 3,370-square-foot suite split into two levels. You and your friends can crash in the opulent three-bedroom suite overlooking the skyline while enjoying private butler service, VIP treatment at the club-level pool, two in-room bars, and a billiards room. As a bonus, Aria throws in complimentary limo service to and from the airport.

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Nobu Hotel: Nobu Penthouse

The penthouse suite inside Robert De Niro’s swanky Nobu Hotel can sleep up to 12, depending on the configuration you book. Its sprawling size and masculine, Japanese-inspired design — plus amenities like a pool table, massive TV, and priority service at the hotel’s club-like restaurant — make it a popular choice for Vegas bachelor parties.

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Best Restaurants in Las Vegas for a Bachelor Party

Between the day drinking and the partying, you’re going to need some serious meals. These group-friendly restaurants are perfect for a bachelor party in Las Vegas.

STK’s flashy Las Vegas edition inside the Cosmopolitan hotel is the perfect mix of style and substance, with undulating banquettes, gold plating on the walls, pulsing music, and some of the best steak on the Strip.

Miami’s famous bastion for fried chicken and waffles opened its Las Vegas outpost inside The Venetian in 2015, and has generated a consistent buzz ever since. Yardbird’s barnyard-chic design, friendly service, and A-plus Southern cuisine make it a popular choice for bachelor parties.

Best Bars in Las Vegas for a Bachelor Party

Before you hit the club, you and your crew will want to stop at these downtown Las Vegas bars.

Commonwealth is an airy bar in Downtown Las Vegas that draws locals and visitors alike thanks to its 1920s-inspired cocktails and lively rooftop. Text ahead so you and your bachelor party crew get the password for “The Laundry Room,” a speakeasy-style back room with its own cocktail menu.

Budweiser is responsible for the first rooftop bar and grill to the Strip, at the Paris hotel, so you know it's all about the beer. Overlooking the Bellagio fountains, this all-American spot has more than 100 beer options, 36 on tap, plus roaming food carts that give off a sports stadium vibe. It's the ideal spot for a bachelor to kick back and watch the game by day, pregame with a live DJ by night, or chill out with an after-party drink.

Best Clubs in Las Vegas for a Bachelor Party

You came to Las Vegas to party, didn’t you? These clubs deliver in spades.

The one club to rule them all in Vegas is Omnia, Hakkasan Group’s mega-venue that draws leading DJs like Kaskade, Calvin Harris, and Steve Aoki. The 75,000-square-foot club centers around a mesmerizing, kinetic chandelier with concentric rings that move to the music.

Whereas Omnia has Calvin Harris, XS Las Vegas has Diplo and David Guetta. Supposedly inspired by the curves of the human body, this indoor-outdoor club can be reached by a sexy, gilded staircase. Once inside, revelers dance the hours away under pyrotechnics as the biggest names in the industry spin songs in the DJ booth.

Things to Do in Las Vegas for a Bachelor Party

Planning a bachelor party in Las Vegas with more than the standard tequila shots and slot machines? Here’s what to do.

Pool Parties

Vegas is one of the sunniest major cities in the world, and pool season runs from March through October. Many resorts host daytime pool parties that rival the scene-factor of Sin City’s nightlife. The most popular are the rooftop Drai’s Beach Club atop The Cromwell; Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan, MGM Grand’s Wet Republic — with its above-ground, glass-sided pool — and The Hard Rock Hotel’s Rehab. Each offers household name DJs, rowdy crowds, and plenty of cocktails.

See a Golden Knights Game

The Golden Knights took the NHL by storm this year, becoming the first team since 1980 to make it to the playoffs in their inaugural season. Unsurprisingly, their games are one of the hottest tickets in town. Get group seating and catch a match between the startup hometown team and its visiting rivals.

Las Vegas Bachelor Party Packages

Bachelor party packages are a dime a dozen in Vegas. Here are a few that stand out.

Vegas Party VIP

Vegas Party VIP helps travelers planning a bachelor party in Las Vegas, with multiple packages at various price points. From brewery dinners to bottle service in the hottest clubs, the local company helps you celebrate worry-free.

High Roller

The world’s tallest Ferris wheel, Las Vegas’s High Roller lets groups reserve one of its glass pods for private parties overlooking the Vegas skyline, complete with an open bar during the ride.