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Lake Tahoe Bachelorette Weekend 2014: A Fun Time Awaits!

Submitted on 6/18/14 | by Lindsey Carlson

Planning a bachelorette party can be simultaneously exciting and stressful; the impending nuptials of you or your friend are something to look forward to, but how can you be sure to plan a great getaway weekend that will please everyone in the bachelorette party?

While Lake Tahoe may not be as obvious a choice for a bachelorette party as Las Vegas or another major city, it has all of the ingredients needed to make for a memorable final night of singledom.

When you're planning your bachelorette party in Lake Tahoe, you'll definitely want to consider a few, if not all of these things to do with your favorite girlfriends.

Get a little Wild

Want to try a slightly wild and fun activity that is perfect for a bachelorette party without sacrificing the last of your dignity? Shake, Rattle and Pole is a business that teaches private-pole dancing classes, and has a strict no men allowed policy! Instead, Shake, Rattle and Pole brings the pole to wherever works for your group, whether that be your Lake Tahoe Hotel suite, vacation rental or a private room at a restaurant. This group is one of the few with a five-star review on Yelp, so you can be assured that Edee and the other women who teach these classes are professional and will make the bachelorette party a memorable affair.

Unwind and Relax

What bachelorette party would be complete without a pampering session? Lake Tahoe has plenty of excellent Tahoe spas for your group to choose from. One World Healing Massage is the ideal destination to decompress and to have a masseuse work on that bothersome kink in your neck. Their experienced therapists perform deep-tissue and Swedish massages that rid the group of their travel stiffness or the aches that accompany participating in some exciting Tahoe outdoor activities. Biospirit Day Spa offers full services, so indulge in a relaxing facial to get the skin looking fresh. They also offer makeup application, so get all made up and looking like a million bucks before heading out for a night on the town.

Hit the Tables

Spending your bachelorette weekend in Tahoe gets considerably more entertaining if you decide to have the group stay at or visit one of fantastic Lake Tahoe casinos. The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe is the epitome of mountain luxury, with full resort services, breathtaking views, a proximity to other Lake Tahoe things to do, and of course, plenty of ways to hit the jackpot on a gamble. Your group can have a satisfying meal at the in-house Lone Eagle Grille before they head out for the night, or even become rejuvenated by spending some time getting some much-needed R&R at the resort’s very own private beach. If its warm enough out, sip a cocktail or two with your friends as you sunbathe and listen to the sound of crashing waves. For a more affordable option, the Horizon Casino Resort Lake Tahoe is an alternative that your group will enjoy staying at, or at the very least visiting for some lucky blackjack or slot playing. Hopefully someone in your group wins big!

Have a Girls Night Out

Macduff’s is a popular pub-style South Lake Tahoe establishment that is very accommodating to Bachelor or Bachelorette parties. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported to a Scottish dive bar as you chow down on some fish and chips, and finish up the meal with some delicious bread pudding. Most importantly, there is plenty of good beer and fancier cocktails to celebrate the occasion with. Classic Cue is a more recent addition to the Tahoe nightlife scene, but is already making waves with locals as the place to go for a night out. Beer, billiards and burgers really stand out at this Tahoe bar, and the group can even belt out some karaoke or show off their poolshark skills.

Enjoy a Fine Meal

Maybe your particular Bachelorette party isn’t really into the bar scene? Instead treat yourselves to a fine dining experience like that at Fiore’s, which is one of Lake Tahoe’s best restaurants. For an optimum fine dining in Tahoe, make reservations at Cafe Fiore which serves up some scrumptious Italian food in a gorgeous ambiance. Another option for an enjoyable Lake Tahoe group activity would be partaking in some wine tasting; there are several renowned vineyards in this area of California, and several companies that will take your group around to the best ones in the area to sample some reds and whites.

Get Outdoors

If the Bachelorette party is on the outdoorsy side, rent a vacation cabin or go camping rather than staying at a hotel (if the weather is permitting) and take advantage of the assortment of thrilling outdoor activities at your disposal. If the group is in Tahoe during winter, be sure to fit some skiing into your schedule. The local slopes are some of the best in the country, and there are a variety of trail options for advanced and beginning skiers alike. Discover Lake Tahoe in depth by going on a hike through the terrain. If your group wants to challenge themselves, take on one of the more intense hikes like the one along Marlette Lake that may take some time and effort, but the stunning views will more than make up for the effort spent. There are also some trails that are closer to an easy stroll through the lovely scenery.

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