The bachelorette party is one of the most exciting traditions that lead up the big day. And while Las Vegas is always a great contender for a bachelorette bash, L.A. has a slew of hot nightlife spots that will make for an epic last champagne-fueled fling before getting hitched. Here, we highlight five of the best L.A. haunts for the ultimate girls' night out on the town.
For a bachelorette party punctuated with celebrity sightings, head to 1OAK L.A. Short for one of a kind, the swanky Sunset Strip hotspot has all the requirements for a memorable celebration including a Gatsby-inspired vibe, lavish décor (think Brazilian wood counters and chic black-and-white chevron patterned floors), a top-notch sound and lighting system, and of course — killer music and live entertainment.
Adorned in plush Asian-themed décor and equipped with glam private karaoke suites, this posh West Hollywood karaoke lounge has bachelorette party written all over it. There's nothing like toasting your last days as a single lady with copious sake bombs and karaoke singing with your favorite girls by your side.
If you're a bride-to-be with a sophisticated edge, Warwick is the spot for you. It's not quite as wild as other clubby spots, but it's oozing with elegance and luxury. A superb handcrafted cocktail program and impressive décor set the scene for a night you and your best ladies will remember forever.
This intimate reservations-only lounge is where all the cool kids (read: celebrities) hang out. The cozy mafia bar-inspired hotspot with its plush booths and strong focus on food and mixology makes for the perfect spot for a more laid-back bachelorette affair. Kick off your last hurrah as a single gal with a decadent gourmet dinner (think pizzas, pastas, and juicy steaks) before popping open a few bottles of wine and letting loose.
Round up your bridesmaids, slip into flirty dresses, and throw on your faux tiaras and feather boas for a wild night of drinking and dancing the night away at Lure Nightclub. The décor of this place is stunning — think dark mahogany floors, cushy seating, and light spheres that drip down from the ceiling and pulsate to the beat of the music.