New Orleans is a city that loves a reason to celebrate. What better place is there than New Orleans to host a bachelor or bachelorette party? New Orleans offers plenty of options, including the some of the best nightlife on Bourbon Street, world class spas, shopping and fabulous neighborhoods to explore and attractions to experience. Below are our best nightlife venues where you can begin or end your party.
Bourbon “O,” located at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel, offers lively entertainment overlooking Bourbon Street. Begin or end your bachelor/bachelorette festivities at Bourbon “O” where you can enjoy live music four nights a week. Bourbon “O” offers a variety of house made cocktails that change seasonally and are made using the freshest ingredients. Bourbon “O”offers special Bachelor(ette) cocktail menus customized to your party.
Hotel Lounge at the Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport
Bachelor and bachelorette parties staying in the Kenner area will love the chic lobby bar at the Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport that offers a laid back ambiance. Enjoy an excellent selection of beer, wine and traditional New Orleans-style beverages. Select food menu served until midnight.
Our chic modern Vive! lounge features a selection signature cocktails. A bold and modern decor with LED lighting sets the tone for a sophisticated and stylish evening. Looking to plan a bachelor or bachelorette party in the French Quarter? You’ve arrived at the right place. Our chic lounge opens into our French Quarter courtyard where you will find a heated saltwater pool, outdoor bar and plush lounge furniture.
May Baily’s Place
May Baily’s Place, once one of the better known bordellos in the wildly infamous red-light district known as Storyville, now serves as the bar at the Dauphine Orleans Hotel. Today, a copy of the license issued to May in 1857 (when sporting houses were legal in the Storyville District of New Orleans) is displayed. Open daily from 4pm – 1am.
Patrick's Bar Vin
Patrick Van Hoorebeek is the quintessential New Orleans host and is also the manager of Patrick’s Bar Vin in the French Quarter adjacent to Hotel Mazarin. Patrick’s Bar Vin was named a top 10 U.S. wine bar by Gayot.. A private courtyard allows patrons to enjoy outdoor seating in a relaxed setting.
21st Amendment at La Louisiane
Located just half block from Bourbon Street, 21st Amendment Bar at La Louisiane is a French Quarter bar pays tribute to the era that made U.S. history when it ratified Prohibition during the 1920s – an era where the mafia thrived and speakeasies proliferated through the trade of illegal alcohol. The bar was once part of the historic La Louisiane Restaurant that had been in operation from 1881 to the 1990s when two of New Orleans’ most notorious gangsters owned and operated the restaurant from the 1950s to 1980s.