One of the questions that I wondered about when planning this was what exactly does a Vegas Bachelorette Party Cost? Now that our party is over, I can tell you that it’s important to realize that you can plan a Vegas Bachelorette Party without having to spend a lot of money. This is our breakdown of costs for Friday night – Sunday:
- Airport shuttle for 4 of the girls: $32
- Drinks/Snack for the hotel room: $50
- Gift for the bachelorette (“bedroom” things): $150
- 2 hotel rooms at the Palazzo (includes tips, resort fees and a little rounding up just to make the total an even number): $950
- Limo to the Strip club- $40 (the limo is free but we tipped $20 each way)
- Lap dance for the bachelorette at the Strip club – $20
- Drinks at the Strip club – $120 (one round for 8 girls)
- Encore Beach – food – $40
- Encore Beach – drinks – $46 (this was the first round, after that, guys offered their cabana drinks to us)
- Dinner (Grand Lux @ Palazzo) – $145
- Marquee – cab from Palazzo to Cosmo – $60 (for 2 cabs, round trip)
- Marquee – drinks – $105
Total weekend: $1758
Split between 7 girls (not including the bachelorette): $250 / person
I believe we did a great job in keeping our costs low because a weekend in Vegas can definitely run you much more than $250 a person. We had plenty of things to do to fill our time there without breaking the bank. I don’t think anyone actually felt like we were trying to be frugal about anything – it still felt like we splurged on the whole weekend.
Things that we almost did that would have significantly raised our costs:
- Getting bottle service at either (or both) Encore Beach and Marquee
- Taking a limo to Marquee instead of a taxi (limo would have been about $80 each way or $160 total instead of $60 total)
- Saw Thunder From Down Under (about $60/ticket = extra $480)
- Went to a fancy lunch on Sunday instead of random pizza place (we almost with to Bouchon but went to Grimaldi’s instead) – would have been about $30/person or $240.
- Went to a spa – on average, a spa treatment in Vegas would have been about $150 so this would have been an extra $1200
If we had done all of these things, our costs per person would have increased to almost $500 each. By deciding we didn’t need all of these extra things, we were able to cut our costs in half – without feeling like we were missing out! None of the “extras” I listed above are things that I wish we had done.
Remember, it’s definitely possible that Vegas Bachelorette Party costs can be kept low. It’s Vegas after all, you don’t need to spend a lot of money to have a great time – especially when you’re going with a group of girls!