How To Have The Perfect Bachelorette Weekend In Toronto

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How To Have The Perfect Bachelorette Weekend In Toronto

How do you plan the perfect bachelorette party? It can become very stressful and overwhelming because you want to make sure everything runs smoothly and have the best itinerary for the ladies.

Tying the knot is a big deal, therefore you need to have a memorable time with your girls to celebrate your single days. The question is, what to do, where to go?  Here's are some things you can consider doing with you gals in order to have an unforgettable and fun bachelorette party in Toronto:

Read also: 76 Bucket List Things To Do In Toronto Before You Die

1. Book a hotel

Once you're married it's hard to organize a slumber party with the ladies. Gather your group of gals and rent a room for the night. Spend a day by the poolside while sipping on cosmos and reminiscing the fun times you all had together.

The Hyatt Regency // 370 King Street W

The Ritz Carlton 181 Wellington St W

The Sheraton // 123 Queen St. W

2. Get pampered

Team manis, pedis and facials ftw! Let's be honest, doing your nails and getting special treatment with the girls can be so much fun. Spoil yourselves by booking an appointment at one of the best nail salons or spas in Toronto.

Photo cred - @hermajestyspleasure

Her Majesty's Pleasure // 555 King St.W

You can sip on cocktails here too!

Body Blitz  // 471 Adelaide St. W

Spend quality time together at this ladies only spa!

Elmwood Spa // 18 Elm St.

Once you get a treatment with the girls at Elmwood, you'll be back for all the other bachelorette gatherings.

3. Go for a fancy dinner

Choose a swanky-fun restaurant to have dinner with the ladies. There are several places in Toronto that serve delicious food and provide the perfect ambiance for a bachelorette party.

Colette Grand Café // 550 Wellington St.W

Traditional French cuisine served in a cute environment.

Patria // 478 King St W

This authentic Spanish tapas bar is the perfect choice for dinner with the ladies! Chat over a bottle of wine with food and sip on lip-smacking cocktails to conclude the dinner.

Cresta // 118 The Esplanade

This elegant wine bar and restaurant will present you with a true dining experience during a bachelorette gathering. If you're a fan of Italian food paired with exquisite wine, Cresta is the place for you. After having your dinner you can lounge around and socialize with other guests.

4. Dance the night away

After all the pampering and food, you need to end continue your night at one of Toronto's best nightclubs. A couple of glasses of champagne along with some vodka sodas will definitely guarantee an unforgettable night (if you don't black out...)

EFS // 647 King St W. 

EFS is not only the best club on King Street, but it's also the perfect venue to throw a bachelorette party. You're always guaranteed a great time at EFS.

Wildflower // 550 Wellington St W.

Wildflower is located on the lower floor of the Thompson Hotel. Champagne showers and flowers? Yes, please.

The Addisons Residence // 456 Wellington St.W

Are you looking for a chill- house party vibe? The Addison's will be the best hosts for a bachelorette party. Socialize in the kitchen or living room, play board games and check out the shuffle board in the games room. **Free Pizza and bottle service is available**

5. Entertainment

Girls just like to have fun, that's why a little attention and special entertainment can be the cherry on top for a bachelorette party. If clubs are too boring for you, here's a couple of activities to take into consideration:

Remingtons // 379 Yonge St. 

Obviously you can be entertained by a bunch of hunks at a male strip club. Remingtons on Yonge is the only licensed all male strip club. Gather the ladies together and head on over for a show you'll never forget.

The Second City // 51 Mercer St.

Watch a comedy show with the girls and laugh till you cry and your stomach hurts. The Second City skits guarantee a night filled with sh*ts and giggles.

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