VIDEO: Top Bachelor Party Destinations

With wedding season in full swing, it's time to plan the all-important bachelor party. Away.com ranks our top bachelor party cities around North America.

Top Bachelor Party Destinations
The countdown to the “Big Day” has begun, but before the wedding vows are exchanged, one last dudes-only party must take place.  At Away.com we’ve rounded up three destinations to help the groom-to-be say “so long” to bachelorhood.

Don’t settle for any big city, go to the big city: New York, New York.  With so many things to do, it takes very little planning to have a blast with the guys in the Big Apple. Start by fueling up at one of the grade-A steakhouses, then make VIP reservations at a club, or buy tickets to see one of the city’s many sports teams for some male bonding time. 

Vancouver, Canada, is a hip, active town that combines metropolitan pleasures with outdoor recreation.  The summers are warm, perfect for kayaking or tackling the mountain-bike trails. And in the winter, you can have an epic ski trip while still enjoying the nightlife scene in downtown Vancouver.

New Orleans is one of the best options for a bachelor party because it’s not complicated to plan. Just reserve rooms in the French Quarter, show up, and step outside—the Big Easy will take care of the rest. Go during Mardi Gras, Jazzfest, or even Halloween….the good times roll all year round.

So round up the guys and celebrate the bachelor’s last hours as a single man. 


Published: 18 May 2012 | Last Updated: 7 Sep 2012
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication

Best Hotels in New Orleans

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Drury Inn & Suites New Orleans
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Loews New Orleans
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Hotel Monteleone
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#4
Hotel Le Marais

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