BRIDES Florida: 8 Clubs for Over-the-Top Bachelorette Parties in Miami

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They say, "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas," but after a blow-out bachelorette party in on of these Miami hotspots, you'll most likely be saying the same thing. There's a reason why even celebrities head south to celebrate their upcoming nuptials dancing the night away in Miami's nightclubs — spearheaded by some of the top DJs in the world — with doors that stay open even after the sun comes up. Here are your top spots for bachelorette nightlife with your girls in Miami.

Nightclubs are always changing in Miami, but Mokai's debaucherous décor has made it a constant on the scene. Imagine your very own Vegas-style club full of carnival scenes, from a merry-go-round-inspired bar to carousel horses spread throughout, and even a "happy ending photo booth."


When it comes to over-the-top clubs, LIV at the Fontainebleau is always first on the list, bringing a roster of DJs and artists — ranging from Steve Aoki to Lil Wayne and Lil Jon to host the party. Dress code is strict here and the bouncers are known to be selective, so guarantee entry by booking a booth for you and the ladies up in the mezzanine — where you'll have prime views of the scene unfolding down below.

WALL at W South Beach draws celebs on a regular basis (with Paris Hilton playing DJ on occasion), but it's also known to provide the ultimate bachelorette party setting — and was the spot where Paris Hilton hosted her sister Nicky's bachelorette soirée. Brides-to-be love the handsome staff of male models working behind the bar (and will revel in the VIP access granted to the entire party). The lady of honor can also join the DJ behind the booth where she'll receive a very special shout-out that's sure to kick off the night on just the right note.

After getting the party started with cocktails at Touché Rooftop Lounge, make your way down to Miami's only 24-hour club, the expansive E11EVEN, where any night of the week you may find high-profile DJs like Skrillex and Diplo working the room. Settle into one of the seven private VIP rooms that can fit up to 20 of your girlfriends and get ready for one of the city's sexiest scenes, surrounded by aerialists, go-go dancers and Cirque-style shows.

One of the newer spots in Miami, Libertine doesn't come with all the fanfare of the larger clubs, and that's exactly the point. The intimate downtown space fills up fast with bottle service at the booths lining the wall and dancing in the center in a space that looks equal parts speakeasy and snazzy hunting lodge.

Brides looking for more than just a dance floor will love the Studio 54-inspired BASEMENT at Ian Schrager's EDITION hotel, with its underground bowling alley and ice skating rink with light shows matching the music where the party goes on until the sun comes up.

The underground den at Delano is a sultry 1970s-inspired discotheque with sleek enclaves prime for sipping champagne and toasting to your upcoming nuptials with the ladies. Of course, as the night goes on, the crowd gets livelier — with DJs taking over the dance floor and a crowd of Miami Heat basketball stars, rappers, and actors mixing and mingling.

Miami nightlife icon Chris Paciello's latest venture strays from the megaclub scene for a more exclusive crowd and setting that welcomed the likes of Lenny Kravitz and Leonardo DiCaprio when it opened over Art Basel. Get ready for a party just as sexy but on a much smaller scale with plenty of Burlesque-style dancing and bottle service.

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