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Bachelorette party!

Hi!! my bestftiend is getting married and I'm in the middle of planning her bachelorette party! We are planning to come to LA from feb 26- March 3, 2015 (Thursday-Tuesday) We are thinking of staying somewhere in Hollywood, preferably somewhere near shopping and party places! I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to what we can do for fun day/night. there is about 10 of us all between the ages of 22-27! Some of us are still students so we don't want to go crazy! But please leave me any suggestions! :) thank you!

4 Answers

top answer by
Christopher from Miami, Florida

Check out Drai's Hollywood on the rooftop of the W Hotel Hollywood in West Hollywood. There's always a great party going on there, and you can get a good snack downstairs on the patio in the evening before heading up--like the truffle fries! In the winter, they put out gas lamps and there's plenty of seating. Upstairs at Drai's, the party is indoor/outdoor.

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  2. W Hotel Hollywood (hotel)
  3. West Hollywood (city)
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answered by
Shannon from Manitowoc, Wisconsin

Check out the The Standard, Hollywood there is usually good prices on hotels and the atmosphere is amazing, good clubs really close by.  You will want to check out The Grove in W. Hollywood, great shopping/dining etc. and you are sure to see a celebrity milling about the shopping center.  Skip going to the Beverly Center mall, everything is by The Grove.  Anywhere on La Brea Ave starting at 3rd and heading west is cool too.  I use to go to a yoga studio Modo Yoga LA, there is a great juice spot next to it.  If you walk down La Brea there are great thrift stores.  The famous Pink's is down on La Brea as well.  Have a drink/happy hour The Residences at W Hollywood and go to the top of the hotel.  Then walk down Sunset Blvd.  If you are looking to stay around the beach area Santa Monica and Venice Beach Boardwalk let me know, totally different vibe and not much the Hollywood scene, all depends what you are looking for.  The beach scene is much more chill.

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  2. The Grove (attraction)
  3. Beverly Center (attraction)
  4. Modo Yoga LA (attraction)
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  6. The Residences at W Hollywood (attraction)
  7. Sunset Blvd (attraction)
  8. Santa Monica (city)
  9. Venice Beach Boardwalk (attraction)
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answered by
Jillian from Los Angeles

In West Hollywood/Hollywood, I recommend brunch at Blu Jam Cafe, lunch at Joan's on Third Cafe, afternoon coffee at Alfred Coffee & Kitchen, and drinks at No Vacancy or Laurel Hardware

As for clubs, head to 1 Oak La or make your way to Santa Monicaone night (or Saturday afternoon) and check out The Bungalow. It's a really fun outdoor space perfect for a group of girls. Get there around 9pm or you will have to wait in line! 

You could also go hiking in Runyon Canyon Park or head up to Griffith Observatory one day to take in the views! 

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  1. Blu Jam Cafe (restaurant)
  2. Joan's on Third Cafe (restaurant)
  3. Alfred Coffee & Kitchen (restaurant)
  4. No Vacancy (attraction)
  5. Laurel Hardware (restaurant)
  6. 1 Oak La (attraction)
  7. Santa Monica (city)
  8. The Bungalow (attraction)
  9. Runyon Canyon Park (attraction)
  10. Griffith Observatory (attraction)
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answered first by
Lisa from Los Angeles

Definitely check out La Descarga! You'll need a reservation, so call/email in advance. To celebrate, I suggest booking a table. It's a fabulous place you won't find anywhere else. "Cuban speakeasy" vibe with live music and burlesque. Another option is Pour Vous. Also need a reservation for table. Killer DJs and aerial shows in a French-themed lounge.

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  2. Pour Vous (restaurant)
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