For many people, the words “bachelor party” and “Las Vegas” go hand in hand. It’s true, Las Vegas has so much to offer a group of friends looking to celebrate. Between the casinos, clubs, and world-class restaurants, you will never be short of things to do when you visit Las Vegas. However, coordinating a bachelor party can be easier said than done. That’s why it pays to do some planning ahead of time to make sure that once it’s time to head out for your trip, all you have to worry about is having a good time. If you’re currently thinking of planning a bachelor party in Las Vegas, you might be wondering where you should start. Read on for some helpful tips for planning your trip to Vegas.
Last minute trips can be fun, but if you have the luxury of time on your side, try to plan ahead. Remember, when you’re planning a bachelor party you need to coordinate a group of different people. Everyone is going to have different days when they are available and some of you may be traveling from pretty far away. Coordinate with your group to set a date and budget that works for everyone. Once you have the information, you can get to work on booking your accommodations and other trip details.
Once you get to Vegas, you want to have some idea of some of the activities your group wants to do. If there is a particular restaurant you want to eat at, be sure to make a reservation ahead of time. If you want to check out one of Vegas’ popular clubs, try to reserve a table as many clubs do fill up on busy weekends. After you’ve booked a couple of core activities for your group, you’ll have the flexibility to be spontaneous with the rest of your time. Whatever you do, you should avoid trying to plan every minute of every day that you’re in Vegas. The truth is, that once you get there, things just don’t always go as planned. The perfect itinerary has a good combination of scheduled activities and flexibility.
Lucky for us in California, you can get to Vegas in a matter of hours. But how should your group get to Vegas? You could fly, however, flights to Las Vegas are much pricier than ground transportation. Plus, with the amount of time that you’ll spend going through security at the airport, you really don’t save much time by flying. Carpooling is another option, but you may find yourself struggling to find volunteers to drive your group. What’s more, the fees your drivers will pay to park in Las Vegas over a number of days can add up quickly.
Hiring a professional charter bus to take your entire group to Las Vegas, however, is the best of all worlds. Not only is a charter bus affordable, hiring a professional driver also means everyone gets to sit back and enjoy their trip without having to worry about putting miles on their personal vehicle. Contact us today for more information on our charter bus services to Las Vegas.