Three Fun-Filled Bachelorette Party Destinations

Grab your best girls and get out of town—or, hey, stay local— for a fun-filled girls’ weekend you won’t soon forget.
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NASHVILLE

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Stay: Just blocks from downtown, the newly opened, six-suite Germantown Inn is so pretty, you might be temped to call off your plans and just hang out here. (615) 581-1218, germantowninn.com 

Eat: Grab a table in the bright and breezy dining room at Germantown’s Henrietta Red. The only thing prettier than its tile floors and marble bar are artful plates of crudo, bar bites, and more. (615) 490-8042, henriettared.com

Drink: When in Rome—er, Nashville—do as the locals do. Here, that means heading to Robert’s Western World for an authentic honky tonk. (615) 244-9552, robertswesternworld.com

Spa: Getting a facial at the ultra-adorable Poppy and Monroe—check out its hot pink door and “hello” welcome mat—is like getting pampered at a stylish pal’s place. (615) 640-0604, poppyandmonroe.com

Experience: Book a special group experience at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum—think a private studio session or lunch with an accomplished songwriter.
(615) 416-2001, countrymusichalloffame.org/visit/group-tours 


OVER-THE-RHINE

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Stay: Out-of-town friends will love the 21c Museum Hotel’s modern vibe. Therooftop Cocktail Terrace is the perfect place to start the party. (513) 578-6600, 21cmuseumhotels.com/cincinnati

Eat: This weekend’s all about a shared experience, and the folks at Abigail Street get it. Order up tapas-style light bites and wash them down with an on-tap wine. (Reservations aren’t accepted.) (513) 421-4040, facebook.com/abigailwinebar

Drink: If ever there were a time to dress up your drinks game, this is it—no boring beer here. Sundry and Vice’s menu is packed with craft cocktails you might just want to copy and serve at your own open bar. (513) 721-8423, sundryandvice.com

Spa: Nothing says quality down time like getting your digits done. Get a group mani/pedi at Spruce Natural Nail Shop—and be sure to post a pic of the pretty space to your Instagram feed, too. (513) 818-8749, sprucenailshop.com

Experience: Climb aboard the Pedal Wagon for a two-hour ride around town, making stops at fun restaurants and bars along the way. (513) 201-7655, pedalwagon.com/bookcincinnati


CHICAGO

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Stay: Ian Schraeger’s PUBLIC Hotel is a beacon of cool in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood. James Beard Award-winning chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten helms its chic Pump Room restaurant. (312) 787-3700, publicchicago.com

Eat: Hit up Cindy’s on the rooftop of the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel for traditional surf-and-turf dishes and quintessential views of Millennium Park and The Bean. (312) 792-3502, cindysrooftop.com

Drink: Sipping champagne and tea at The Langham is a classic, can’t-miss experience. (312) 923-9988, langhamhotels.com/en/the-langham/chicago

Spa: Head to Allyu Spa for massages, facials, and more new-agey services, such as Chakra balancing. Ready, set, zen! (312) 755-1313, allyuspa.com

Experience: The Chicago Architecture Foundation’s riverboat tours are famous for a reason. (312) 922-8687, architecture.org/experience-caf/tours/

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