Our Favorite Bachelorette Party Destinations
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Start your Saturday in Austin with a walk along the Colorado River via Zilker Metro Park and a visit to the amazing Barton Springs Pool (bring your swim suit). Nosh on lunch at a Texas BBQ staple like Franklin Barbeque or Stubbs (beware Franklin’s runs out of food before 3 p.m.). Then enjoy a boat ride or kayak trip down the Colorado river. Head back to the hotel to freshen up for a gorgeous night out starting with dinner at Pelons Tex Mex and finishing with drinks on the illustrious Rainey Street before heading back for the night.
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Start with brunch at the Atwood on State Street and then head to the Art Institute to take in some of the world’s finest art. Then head to the Peninsula Spa for an amazing spa service and stick around for high tea in the mid-late afternoon. Head back to the hotel to freshen up and then head over to the Girl and the Goat for dinner. Wrap up the night on Hubbard Street. In the morning head over to the donut Vault for our favorite donuts and then over to Millennium Park to take in the sites and lake Michigan.
If you’re in Chicago for a bachelorette party and still don’t have bridesmaid dresses book a swanky appointment at Brideside in the West Loop.
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Bienvenido to Miami! Stay on Miami Beach preferably on the beach — our favorite is the Delano. Relax by the pool while taking turns at the Delano’s TDF spa. Borrow bikes from the front desk and bike over to Mr. Chow for a Sushi dinner. Head over to LIV to dance the night away. In the morning hit up 27 for brunch before heading back to the beach or heading back home.
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Needless to say Napa is an amazing Bachelorette party choice. Start your day off with a tour of the Mumm Napa Champagne vineyard, and then head over to Spa Solage for some amazing spa time. Then spend the afternoon with the Green Dream’s private VIP winery tours. On Sunday nosh on pancakes and eggs Benedict at Grace’s Table followed by one last winery tour before catching your flight out of town.
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More than just party crazy Bourbon Street, New Orleans is a fabulous place to host a bachelorette party. Our perfect 48 hours in New Orleans starts with a Bike ride through the garden district, then head to spa appointments at the glam Windsor hotel. Nosh at the Windsor just after your spa appointment and then head back to your hotel to get ready for a night out. For pre-dinner drinks head to hotel Monteleone in the French Quarter and enjoy hand crafted cocktails on a fully functioning carousel. Then cab it over to Frenchman street for a night of New Orleans Jazz – Jazz is so much more than Sade’s Smooth Operator – make dinner reservations at Maison on Frenchman St. Then swing by a few other Jazz establishments on your way to the legendary Cafe Du Monde for some late night Beignets. Stop by Mother’s for a TDF southern breakfast (heads-up this is a cash only joint).
Tell us? What’s your favorite bachelorette party destination?