New York Bachelor Party
New York Bachelor Party
Planning Your Bachelor Party in New York
Let's face it: there's a reason that many people refer to New York as the center of the universe. The giant city is home to some of the world's most outstanding restaurants, museums, tourist attractions, and cultural institutions. If you're planning a bachelor party, there's good reason to plan it in New York: there's an endless amount of excitement there, and so much fun to be had while you take it all in.
How to Get Around New York
Fly to New York
Flying to New York is easy, since there are three airports in close proximity to the heart of town. The big international airport in town is JFK. If you fly into JFK, you can take the AirTrain into the city, which leads to the subway. You can also hail an iconic yellow taxi once you arrive. Another big airport located in the city is LaGuardia Airport. From LaGuardia, public transportation options are limited, however, you can take the Q70 bus, which will get you to the Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave Subway Station, where you can get multiple trains into town. The third airport in the area is located in Newark, NJ, and it is called Newark Liberty International Airport. From Newark, you can hail a taxi, or you can take the AirTrain to a New Jersey Transit train, which will take you from the airport and into New York's Penn Station.
Getting Around New York
Getting around New York is simple. Many people choose to walk the city since it's laid out in a grid and provides great people watching. The city also has one of the best subway systems in the world, and that can take you anywhere you need to know. New York also offers buses for those who prefer public transportation, or you can choose to hail a taxi from the sidewalk.
Where to Stay For Your Bachelor Party in New York
Guests coming to New York for a bachelor party should consider booking a hotel suite in New York. The exclusive two- and three-bedroom suites offered by Suiteness are great options for bachelor party groups because they allow groups. With connecting suites and rooms that offer the space of a penthouse or regular two-/three-bedroom suite, groups can enjoy the space and privacy of a vacation rental along with the comforts and service of a hotel -- all at a much more affordable price. For example, look at the Executive Suite + Superior Double at Sheraton New York Times Square. If you're looking for something even more luxurious, check out the Presidential Suite that is connected to a Premier City View King room. You can enjoy panoramic views from this 35th-floor room and enjoy hotel amenities like the option to have a selection of international periodicals delivered to your room, luxurious linens, and an LCD flat screen TV. You will find plenty of suites like this in our extensive collection of two-bedroom suites in New York. If you need to help to narrow down to a few based on your location, travel dates and budget, just reach out to [email protected] or chat with a concierge online. You might also find our brief guide on New York neighborhoods helpful to find the best locality to stay in.
Things you should do for a New York Bachelor Party
There are so many great things to do in New York that it's hard to pick just what you should do on your bachelor party weekend. However, there are some things that every visitor must-do while in town. Go visit the statue of Liberty and take in the bright lights of Times Square. Find more such bucket-list New York City must-see attractions in our guide. You can walk across the Brooklyn Bridge for stunning view of the city and other boroughs, or you can take in a play or a musical on Broadway.
Where to Eat and Drink in New York
New York is a culinary mecca, so you'll find endless delicious places to eat there. For a taste of real New York, order a pastrami sandwich at Katz's Deli on the lower east side. Or, you can visit Chinatown and sample fresh-made delicacies like dumplings and steamed buns. If you're looking for something fancier, check out one of the restaurants by legendary restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten. He has multiple trendy and delicious restaurants in town, including his namesake restaurant, which is upscale elegant, and The Mercer Kitchen, which is a lively, bustling joint where people go to see and be seen.
There are also countless watering holes across town. Visit one of the oldest bars in America, Fanelli's Cafe, for an authentic New York bar experience. If you like serious craft cocktails, check out what they're mixing up at The Dead Rabbit Grocery in the Financial District, or head over to Brooklyn and visit the Clover Club on Smith Street. If you want something chill where you can drink affordable drinks and just catch up with friends, check out Local 138, a classic hipster dive bar on the Lower East Side.
(Bachelor) Party like a New Yorker
To add an element of fun to your nights of drinking, you might want to dance and party while you're in New York. If dancing's your thing, check out Marquee New York -- a multi-floor dance club that has LED screens and 30-foot ceilings. For something posh and exclusive, check out PH-D Rooftop Lounge. The lounge atop the Dream Downtown offers breathtaking views.
If you're planning to book a hotel suite in New York for your bachelor party, try booking with Suiteness. Suiteness provides 24/7 personal concierge services complimentary with every booking, so we can make planning your trip easy and stress-free. We'll handle things like suite recommendations, show tickets, dinner reservations, special requests in-suite, and more. Spend your time celebrating your favorite bachelor and not worrying about who's going to make the plans.