One of the ideas we're seriously considering for our own bachelorette party is renting several private lounge cars on the ACES train and hitting Atlantic City with 100 of our closest girlfriends. The lounge car will take us there in style with private food and beverage service, a personal music hookup, DVD player, plasma tvs and leather banquette seating. Sure beats Greyhound!
If we do go, we'll definitely want to spend one night at Caesar's (above), conveniently located a sky bridge away from The Pier Shops at Caesars. We can buy last minute outfits at True Religion, Burberry and Louis Vuitton before dining at Buddakan (be sure to order the edamame dumplings). Then it's time to dance at D.J. A.M.s Dusk--here's hoping he's spinning that night. (He'll be there August 22 and 25, but it's unlikely we'll get our act together that fast! JSG Note: We're incredibly saddened that the August 25 turned out to be D.J. A.M.'s last.) With any luck, our bridesmaids will chip in for a Diece Mani at the Qua Bath and Spas at Caesar's so we can detox the next day. In what may be the world's most expensive spa treatment, 5 therapists will attend to us in the treatment that includes Roman baths, a facial, massage and a basket of products to take home. It promises that "your most extravagant dreams will become realities" so we expect Nacho Figueras will make an appearance during this $5,000 treatment.
Saturday night, we might change venues and head on over to the The Chelsea where there's something for all our girls at the hip and multi-venue 5th Floor Lounge. Oysters and steaks at Chelsea Prime is a must followed by cocktails in the Oval Bar at C5 (above). During the day, we'll get a cabana and lie out by the rooftop saltwater pool or get a signature Blonde Ambition massage at the Sea Spa.
Are you in?