Bachelorette Party in New York


Planning Your Bachelorette Party in New York

What better place to have your bachelorette party than in the city that never sleeps? If you want to live in the lap of luxury for your last weekend as a single woman, New York City will have no difficulty delivering everything you could possibly want. Here is our guide to the best places to stay and activities in New York so you and your girlfriends can make this a weekend none of you ever forget.


How to Get Around New York

Flying to New York

If you're flying into New York, you'll arrive at one of three airports: JFK, Newark or LaGuardia. All of them provide public transit options, but they also all have cab stands that offer flat fares from the airport into Manhattan. Uber and Lyft are good options too; depending on the airport, they can be cheaper to use, especially if you're splitting the fare among a group of people.

Getting around New York City

NYC has one of the most extensive public transit systems in the world, and the subways run all night (although the frequency decreases as it gets late). However, this form of travel can be complicated for newcomers. If you're all dolled up, it may be easier to just grab a cab, particularly if you're staying in a central location.


Where To Stay For a New York Bachelorette Party

New York City is huge, and stuff is constantly happening no matter what neighborhood you're in. But there are certainly some neighborhoods with a higher concentration of clubs, and when you're trying to corral a large group of people from one location to another, the closer you are to the action, the better. With Suiteness' help, you can find the perfect suite so your whole < a href="https://www.suiteness.com/groups" target="_blank">group can stay together. Plus we provide a complimentary 24/7 concierge service as a part of every booking to help arrange for events and activities during your stay!

Here are some of the top neighborhoods with plenty of great hotels and activities to keep you occupied on your New York City bachelorette party.

Meatpacking District

The historic meatpacking district, once a thoroughly industrial part of the city, is one of the trendiest neighborhoods and a veritable clubbing destination. There are fun hotels in this neighborhood, with some amazing suites that are perfect for your group of gals. Dream Downtown is a hip hotel with chic furnishings and a huge rooftop pool. For wonderful amenities and a killer place to party, head on over to Gansevoort Meatpacking, and you may never even need to leave the hotel.

SoHo

If you want to be in the heart of downtown with easy access to awesome shopping, SoHo has some the most coveted boutique hotels around. The James New York hosts one of the best rooftop bars in town, and it is rated in the top 25 hotels in NYC. NOMO SoHo has both one- and two-bedroom suites and beautifully designed rooms. It lies on a quiet cobblestone street in the heart of SoHo.

Midtown

Midtown is the area with the majority of the main tourist attractions in New York, so if part of your bachelorette party plan involves checking out the sites, this is a great option. It's also home to a slew of clubs and hotels that will ensure your stay is comfy and fun. AKA Times Square, located in the heart of the theater district, offers chic accommodations for the perfect bachelorette party. Just blocks from Times Square sits W Times Square, another ideal hotel for being right in the thick of things and enjoying luxurious surroundings to boot.


Top Things To Do for Your Bachelorette Party in New York

Let's get down to brass tacks - you're here to party, and there is no better city in the world in terms of options. Whether you want to dance the night away or belt it out to Karaoke, New York will not disappoint.

Where to Party

The Meatpacking District, Midtown and the Lower East Side all offer up top-notch clubs and bars to get your drink on. You don't want to miss Le Bain at the Standard Hotel. With its notorious pool parties and stellar city views, it's definitely a must. Other fabulous options are Gallow Green and the Heath on the top of the McKittrick Hotel, where you will feel like you stepped into the best garden party ever. Right around the corner is Marquee, one of the most famous clubs in New York right now. Avenue and The Park on 10th Avenue are two other great clubs, and right down the block is the famous Artichoke Basille's Pizza, perfect for that 4 a.m. craving. If you're feeling really frisky and want to check out the adult entertainment in NYC, Hunk-O-Mania in Midtown is the perfect venue.


Where to Eat in New York

If you're gonna down drinks with best of 'em in New York for your bachelorette party, it's probably a good idea to grab some grub before heading out on the town. But snagging a reservation for a big group at any restaurant in NYC can be a challenge (that's why you have the Suiteness concierge!). Here are some great eateries that take reservations for big groups:

  • Mission Chinese: serves up twisted takes on Chinese flavors.
  • Peter Luger's Steakhouse: because who says steak is only for the boys?
  • DBGB: Daniel Boulud's fun downtown venue where you can order a whole roast pig.
  • Morimoto: for when you just gotta get your sushi fix but want some classic Asian fusion too.
  • Rubirosa: because what New York restaurant list would be complete without a classic pizza joint in the heart of Little Italy?

Where to Brunch

The bachelorette party in New York must wrap up with a day-after dish session at one of New York's hottest brunch places. Essex in the Lower East Side has a light, airy atmosphere (perfect for instagramming, ladies) and one of the best unlimited mimosa deals in town. Jack's Wife Freda has been nearly impossible to get into for years because of its special noms, so being a big group is actually the only way to lock it in. If you're feeling extra-fancy, check out Lafayette in NoHo. The Standard Grill also serves up a tasty brunch in its large dining room with ample outdoor space.