The Group Travel Guide to Las Vegas

All-night parties, unique spa services, world renowned restaurants and natural wonders, Las Vegas has something for everyone. That’s why groups love Sin City. Bachelorette parties and business conferences all come to Vegas to have fun and so should you and your friends.

If you think Las Vegas is the ideal location for your next vacation with friends, follow this guide to help plan a trip you and your friends will never forget.


Las Vegas has more hotel rooms than any other city in the world. Groups will have endless options to choose from. However, what they don’t tell you is that the more hotel rooms you book at once, the more the price drops. Groups buying rooms in bulk at places like the Palazzo could save a lot of money. Another option is to go for something a bit grander than a hotel room. On your own, you might only be able to afford a room. But a party of six or more people would find a villa – say, at the Bellagio – to be more cozy and affordable. Another option is to rent an apartment or house. Weigh out what works best for you and your friends.


Whenever you are dining with eight or more people, reserve a table. Since Las Vegas restaurants welcome many groups, they know how to handle crowds and still create an incredible dining experience. Some restaurants that specifically cater to large groups include Sage at Aria and Terzetto at The M Resort. They make ordering in groups easier and take away the confusion that comes with splitting the bill.


As mentioned at the start, there is no end to the activities Las Vegas offer groups. Groups even get discounts to popular shows like Cirque Du Soleil or the Stratosphere. The latter cuts admissions down by half for groups of 20 or more.

Touring companies also cater to groups that use Las Vegas as base for their exploration of  surrounding natural wonders, such as the Grand Canyon. And if you are wondering what else to do in Las Vegas, check out Biz Bash’s compilation of the top 10 group activities in Sin City!

Tour companies in Las Vegas see groups all the time and know how to help them plan as well as cater to them. Not only will you be able to have a private tour when traveling to Vegas in groups, but you could also save a lot of money on the cost of activities.


Finally, let’s face it: people come to Las Vegas to party. The nightlife (and daylife for that matter) is vibrant with world-class venues and attractions. There are endless options but most are extremely selective. To not get your group cut off at the door, make a reservation. Who knows? Maybe your party will end up in the VIP section, next to some celebs.

Start your night at a pool party; Las Vegas offers plenty of those. Instead of purchasing tickets separately, get the VIP treatment by renting a cabana for the group. Along with a cabana come food and drink enough for up to ten people.

By night, Marquee Nightclub tops our list of the best clubs to party with friends. While bottle service isn’t exactly budget-friendly, the service will guarantee you and your friends admission as well as seating. Prices vary, but for ten people you’re looking to spend about $1,400-$2,000 depending on the time of year and day of the week. That includes entrance and they say about four to five bottles of alcohol.

Are you planning a trip to Las Vegas with friends soon? Let us know, in the comments below, how we can help. We love to hear from you.