A bachelorette party is a chance for women to discuss topics that make men uncomfortable, such as women. Hit the town with this GrouponLive deal.
- $150 for one VIP package to The World's Largest Bachelorette Party (up to a $250 value)
- When: Thursday, July 18, to Sunday, July 21
- Where: TAO Nightclub
- Ticket values include all fees.
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VIP packages include the following:
- All-access pass to TAO Nightclub, LAVO Nightclub, and TAO Beach on July 18–21
- Upgraded gift bag
- Red-carpet photo shoot
- DJ shout-out at TAO Nightclub
- Custom message on the LED screen at TAO Nightclub
- Access to exclusive VIP table at TAO Nightclub and LAVO Nightclub
The World’s Largest Bachelorette Party
Open bars, VIP tables, loud music, and excess—that's how TAO Nightclub throws a bachelorette party. And by gathering hundreds of ladies together to celebrate their journey from Single City to Matrimony Town, it ensures that excess never runs dry. The weekend-long bachelorette party opens up TAO's luxury pool, dance clubs, and bartenders to brides-to-be and their entourages. During the day, ladies can soak up complimentary spa services or lounge on the shores of TAO Beach, sipping complimentary cocktails and catching sun rays the way nature intended: by covering their body with fly paper. Then, at night, the party moves inside. In the multistory “Asian City” of TAO Nightclub, backdropped by silky waterfalls, red chandeliers, and some 300 hand-carved monks, ladies cozy up at VIP tables with bottle service or practice their wedding moves on the dance floor.
But the centerpiece of the weekend is the exclusive Saturday-night party at the Italian-inspired LAVO Nightclub. There, yet another open bar loosens inhibitions for such events as a wedding-gown design contest and the ceremonial tossing of the bouquet, punctuated by bawdy TBA special entertainment. The party continues on into the night, with prizes, appetizers, and more dancing than Fred Astaire could shake a leg at.
Sprawling over 60,000 square feet inside and out, TAO is a place for the footloose, the fancy, and the free-spirited. Mingling Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Thai cuisines, the menu entices gourmands with exotic entrees, and the dimly lit dance floor throbs to big bass beats. Plush chaise lounges with luxuriously wide cushions flank the pool at TAO Beach, a great place to relax or get romantic while chicken fighting. TAO’s portrait of opulent pleasure is completed with grace notes such as a hand-carved, 20-foot-tall Buddha, a meditative indoor koi pond, and backlit floral screens overlooking the booths.