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The Hen Party

Here is all the information for the Hen party.....Everything you need to know is on this page.

 

Painting the town red

Laura hasn't got any specific plans for her Hen party, but she is definetly going to want to check out some of the best cocktail bars and nightclubs in Vegas.

  • XS Nightclub

    The club is modeled after the also awesome Tryst, another club at Wynn and another success for Wynn’s nightlife. Both clubs have ideal layouts with plenty of space for dancing and the ability to actually get to the bars for a drink, which is surprisingly rare sometimes. This is Vegas after all, being able to get to a bar is pretty darn important – followed closely by being able to get back to the dance floor and find someone cool to dance with. That’s what XS offers. And it does it so well you might never want to leave. Unfortunately, they do not let you live there. We already asked.

    XS
  • House of Blues

    Presenting everything from your "favorite bands" of yesteryear to members of the "‘now' generation", this "electric" live music venue in the Mandalay Bay provides an "intimate" setting to "shake your booty" while catching some of the "top" names in the business; on Sundays, the gospel brunch earns cries of "hallelujah" for its "memory-making" roof-raisers and Southern-inflected buffet.

    House of Blues
  • Chandelier Lounge

    To say The Chandelier bar at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is distinctive would be a huge understatement. It looks like a humongous chandelier. Really, it does. This tri-level bar is nestled in the heart of the casino among the shimmering strands of 2 million beaded crystals. This creates a sleek, polished and opulent drinking atmosphere you'll never forget. On each of the three floors are different experiences.

    Chandelier Lounge
  • Drais After Hours

    The club is modeled after the also awesome Tryst, another club at Wynn and another success for Wynn’s nightlife. Both clubs have ideal layouts with plenty of space for dancing and the ability to actually get to the bars for a drink, which is surprisingly rare sometimes. This is Vegas after all, being able to get to a bar is pretty darn important – followed closely by being able to get back to the dance floor and find someone cool to dance with. That’s what XS offers. And it does it so well you might never want to leave. Unfortunately, they do not let you live there. We already asked.

    Drais After Hours
  • The Bourbon Room

    Inspired by the legendary Sunset Strip club in the Broadway smash hit, "Rock of Ages," the Bourbon Room promises to give party-goers the opportunity to enjoy the finest collection of bourbon and spirits in Las Vegas and be entertained by music video flashbacks to nostalgic rock music from the totally rad ‘80s. At the Bourbon Room, guests can sling back a shot from a choice of 28 different bourbons on the Angel Share Reserve Menu. This includes two single-barrel signature bourbons, Eagle Rare and Woodford Reserve, made specifically and exclusively for the Bourbon Room.

    The Bourbon Room
  • Minus 5 Ice Bar

    Brrr!" – these theme bars in the Monte Carlo and the Shoppes at Mandalay Place might literally be the "coolest" spots in town, with "Antarctic temperatures" supporting a landscape in which "everything's made of ice", including the glasses holding the "unique drinks"; however, even with the supplied parkas and gloves, some surveyors shiver at the "expensive" prices – though most say it's "worth a visit" for a "different" way to "chill out in the desert

    Minus 5 Ice Bar

Casinos

Since we're are in Las Vegas, we're going to have to do a little bit of gambling, it would be rude not to have a little flutter. Laura doesn't get to gamble very often so I'm thinking she may enjoy this.

  • Tropicana

    "South Beach in the desert" is how fans describe this "wonderful" Vegas landmark that "has changed a lot" over the years, but remains "smaller" and does "not overwhelm" like some of its Strip brethren; the "modern" accommodations are an "escape" that feature "immaculate and stylish" bathrooms, and an "extremely helpful" staff oversees amenities like a "beautiful" pool ("makes you feel like you're hanging out in Miami"), "cool" casino and "good" restaurants.

    Tropicana
  • M Resort Spa Casino

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    M Resort and Spa
  • Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa

    This beautiful casino, inspired by the natural beauty of the neighboring Red Rock mountains, is one of the few casinos in Las Vegas that both locals and tourists frequent. Boasting 3,000 slot/video poker machines and 60 table games including blackjack, baccarat, craps, poker and roulette, the casino at Red Rock Resort is sure to have everyone's favorite game.

    Red Rock Casino
  • The Venetian

    The Venetian instantly transports guests to Venice with its stunning architecture, providing bettors with one of the more memorable gambling environments on the Vegas Strip. Combined with its sister property, The Palazzo, The Venetian offers 237 table games in six separate gaming areas covering more than 33,000 square feet. Gaming options include blackjack, baccarat, roulette, craps, Pai Gow poker, Pai Gow tiles and 26 various novelty games.

    The Venetian
  • The D

    This recently rebranded downtown casino is one of the only two-level casinos in Las Vegas. The first floor offers a contemporary feel, with slots and table games, Dancing Dealers, 10-times odds on dice and blackjacks that pay 3 to 2, while the second floor offers a vintage casino experience, with numerous classic coin-operated slots and a Sigma Derby machine--a popular simulated horse racing game. For those walking down Fremont Street looking for some vintage gaming action, an escalator sits in front of the D that takes people directly to the second-floor casino.

    The D
  • MGM Grand Casino

    A gambler's mecca, MGM Grand boasts more than 170,000 square feet of gaming space. Gaming enthusiasts will find everything they're looking for under one (massive) roof, including more than 2,500 slot and video poker machines. Table games run the gamut from blackjack to craps, roulette to War. For those who want to play a game of poker away from all the cigarette smoke, the casino at MGM Grand even features a 23-table non-smoking poker room.

    MGM Grand