Celebrating your last days as a single gal doesn’t have to mean another late night on the town. With fun bachelorette-friendly packages, these getaway hotspots offer versatile activities for every bride. So all you need to do is round up your best girlfriends and pack your bags!
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Glam Bachelorette Party
Whisk the girls away for an ultra-swanky bachelorette at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Las Vegas. This glam spot is offering an indulgent mix of pampering, shows and nightlife. Packages include spa treatments, along with a champagne toast and complimentary suit upgrade for the bride-to-be.
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Get-Fit Bachelorette Party
Forego the boozy bash for a soothing fitness retreat -- One&Only Ocean Club in The Bahamas offers a four-night Physique57 retreat, complete with all the cardio and strength training sessions you'll need to shape up for the wedding. And did we mention that it's set in between a gorgeous beach and garden backdrop?
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Adventurous Bachelorette Party
Not into the bar-hopping scene? Consider making your bachelorette party a zip line canopy tour in one of Navitat's two scenic locations in the Blue Ridge Mountains and San Gabriel Mountains. Choose from lines ranging 200 to 1,400 feet in the entirely tree-based course.
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Girl's-Night-In Bachelorette Party
With facials to an in-room movie night, Westlake Village Inn's latest bachelorette extravaganza includes all the staples you need for relaxing night in with your friends.
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Artsy Bachelorette Party
Treat the girls to a stroll through trendy Marais district in Paris, courtesy of Le Pavilion de la Reine (a historic hotel in the Place des Vosges). After you're finished browsing trendy fashion boutiques and admiring famous art installations, you'll be treated to afternoon tea on the outdoor terrace.
From: Ellicott City, MD
Favorite celebrity wedding: Sofia Coppola (she wore a lilac Alaia dress!) and Thomas Mars' cozy-chic Italian villa wedding -- basically, she can do no wrong in my eyes.
Veil or no veil: No veil, but that's subject to change.
One thing I would never leave home without: A good read, loaded iPod and an extra pair of flats -- I can never pick just one of anything!
Piece I look forward to every week: What We Danced Toread more
Accept that you might not actually be able to press pause on the compulsive wedding chatter. Hey, you're excited, and that's cool! But expecting one or two people to listen to all of it? Too much. Share the love. Spread the obsessing out over a wider circle of friends (that's what cubemates are for, right?) and space it out, so you can spare them all, including your fiance, from bride (that would be you) burnout.