The Best Places in Atlantic City, NJ, for a Bachelorette Weekend

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You’ve got the ring, the date’s set, and your girlfriends couldn’t be more excited to celebrate. Now, all you have to do is plan the perfect bachelorette weekend, and there’s no better destination than Atlantic City. There are options for every preference – and every budget – in AC. Here are some tips for throwing yourself the best party you’ve ever been to; until the wedding, that is.

Where to stay:

The most popular hotel in the city for bachelorette parties is the Tropicana Resort & Casino. With 24 restaurants and 18 nightlife venues on-site, you’ll be able to bar hop and have the time of your life without ever venturing too far from your bed.

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If what you need is quick access to the marina, opt for a large room at Harrah’s Resort. You’ll also be just upstairs from one of Atlantic City’s largest and hottest nightclubs: the Pool at Harrah’s. Ask for a room in the Pool Water Front Tower to make your room-to-club commute an easy one.

Where to eat:

You’re going to need energy for the long night of partying ahead, so grab a reservation at one of AC’s incredible dining options:

The portions at Carmine’s in Tropicana are “family-style,” meaning enormous, so everybody can have a little bit of everything.

Jose Garces’ restaurants at Tropicana are absolutely can’t-miss. If sushi’s your thing, run – don’t walk – to Okatshe, where you’ll be transported to the streets of Toyko before you’re served an unforgettable meal.

Nothing says “high class” like having your steak prepared by an actual celebrity chef. For that, head over to Bobby Flay Steak at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.

Where to party:

Let’s be honest: Atlantic City is just one big nightclub. Here are the best places to dance the night away.

The Pool at Harrah’s After Dark is wet and wild fun. Wear your fanciest bikini and take a dip while you boogie to guest DJs (and keep an eye out for famous faces!) For the bride-to-be, reserve a private whirlpool or head upstairs for bottle service and private blackjack games.

If the bride’s more of a gypsy soul, head to Gypsy Bar at Borgata, where the only thing longer than the beer list is the selection of tequila, and the rock music plays all night long.

If you long for the days of disco and hot pants, there’s only one place to be. Boogie Nights, in the heart of Tropicana, plays all the golden oldies and invites you to dance till you drop under a giant disco ball.