Las Vegas and Miami are fine options for a bachelor or bachelorette party. However, if you crave something a bit different for your last "fling before the ring," you can seek out a boutique hotel in another part of the country. Throughout the US, you will discover places that offer luxury services and stylish accommodations. These inns are perfect if you want to have a bachelor party with a little bit more sophistication. If you like the idea of a classy pre-wedding celebration, you can choose one of these four unique boutique hotels for your bachelor party.
Since it is only about 90 minutes from San Francisco International Airport, Napa is popular with bachelor party groups. When selecting a location to host your event in the valley, you will want to put Meadowood Napa on your list. With 85 guestrooms and suites, the property can accommodate all your guests easily.
Meadowood Napa can also deliver the goods. It has a restaurant with three Michelin stars, a stylish bar, a spa, a golf course and tennis courts. There are also plenty of swimming and hiking opportunities. The hotel has regular wine tastings, so you can be sure that you and your guests can taste Napa's "fruits" during your stay.
If you want your bachelor party to have a city vibe, Austin is a good choice. Yes, this is a major metropolis (the capital of Texas), but it is much more offbeat than your typical predictable bachelor destinations. You can check your bachelor party into the Hotel Saint Cecilia. Close to all of the city’s best music venues and restaurants, this boutique's location is as ideal as it gets.
Set up in a renovated Victorian home, Hotel Saint Cecilia even carries a bit of history. The descendants of American legend Davy Crockett once owned the property. Bachelor party guests will get to enjoy a hip atmosphere with décor and design inspired by the artists and musicians of the 1960s and 1970s. In between visits to live music venues and bars in the South Congress area, your bachelor buddies��can enjoy hotel amenities like a 50-foot heated pool. Hotel Saint Cecilia has five suites, three studios and six poolside bungalows.
Seaside getaways are always popular for bachelor parties. If you want a small town vibe in the exclusive Long Island area, Montauk is a natural choice. The Surf Lodge is Montauk's summer-only boutique hotel. With an emphasis on providing both relaxation and sophistication, Surf Lodge can keep bachelor parties busy with its ideal surfing conditions and beaches.
In addition to placing you in the right spot to relax before the big day, the property also boasts a restaurant serving up locally-caught fresh fish. A summer concert series features indie acts and regional favorites. If you stay at the Surf Lodge, you won't have to go out to find a party... the party will be right there in front of you.
Getting away from the rest of the world can be a welcome idea, even for a bachelor party. If you want to chill out and just relax with your friends, there are plenty of boutique hotel options. At New Mexico's Los Poblanos, relaxation and sophistication are merged with just the right amount of fun. Perched only a few steps from the Rio Grande, this inn has a rich history. It dates all the way back to the 1930s. Poblano's rooms are adorned with original artwork and antiques.
Bachelor parties can choose from 20 guest accommodations that are scattered throughout the 25-acre property. The estate has a salt-water pool and an onsite restaurant. Guests have access to bikes that they can use to cruise around the beautiful grounds. The main selling point at this New Mexico boutique is the idea of being transported back in time to a classier era. That said, there is still plenty of fun to be had. Bachelor parties who stay at Los Poblanos are within reach of the action. The heart of Albuquerque is just a short drive away.
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