Wedding: Travel: Get Outta Here: 24/7 Partying


You don’t have to have a destination wedding to skip town with your nearest and dearest; instead, plan a pre-wedding weekend to this bachelorette-party-perfect hot spot!

THE DESTINATION: Las Vegas

WHO SHOULD GO: Party girls who like the nightlife — and love to boogie.


THE DESTINATION: Las Vegas

[sidebar]WHO SHOULD GO: Party girls who like the nightlife — and love to boogie.

HOW BIG YOUR GROUP SHOULD BE: As many as you can cram into a suite.

WHAT TO DO: Book a private pampering party at the Spa Bellagio (bellagio.com). Then sip piña coladas by the wave pool at Mandalay Bay (mandalaybay.com) — and dare to visit the Moorea Beach Club, the all-new, adults-only, tops-optional pool.

EATING AND DRINKING: Blow your winnings on a super-fancy French dinner at Picasso, overlooking the Bellagio’s famous fountain show. Or go all out: Book a bash at Bellagio’s The Bank, order up a bottle (or three) of bubbly, and hope to spy the boys from Entourage.

SLEEPING: Got a cool $33,000 to spare? Score two nights at MGM Grand’s swanky new Skylofts (skyloftsmgmgrand.com). This extreme package includes airport transfers, in-loft dinner by Craftsteak chefs, 16 courses at Joël Robuchon, tix to Cirque du Soleil’s K, spa treatments galore … with room for six. Or go for a sleeps-six suite at The Signature at MGM Grand. Standard rooms start at $200 a night (signaturemgmgrand.com).

PSST!: On weekends, most casino pools are guests-only. But on designated days, pools charge a modest cover and open up to the public. Call ahead to the Palms, the Hard Rock, etc., and pool hop — legally.