Few New York City hotels welcome bachelor parties. This guide lists the New York City hotels that will accommodate a bachelor party
Aside from Las Vegas, New York City is arguably the best city in the country to throw a bachelor party. On that special night, it is great to and have an extraordinary nightlife experience. To celebrate your best mate’s single status before his walk down the aisle is a rite of passage. Chic, luxurious and excessive are words that describe New York City’s hottest hotels to throw the best bachelor parties.
The best way is to rent a suite or penthouse in an NYC bachelor party hotel. It is best to celebrate a bachelor party without having to visit outside establishments. Suites and penthouses often come with the full works. Often spacious with amazing views of NYC, plenty of bed and couch space for people to crash, large flat screen TVs, iPod docking stations with sound systems, a balcony or terrace, Jacuzzis, and even in-suite bars.
When it comes to bringing in outside entertainment like strippers or anything else, this can be tricky. A NYC bachelor party hotel will most likely not approve of raucous fun. The number one rule is to be discreet. Bear in mind that renting suites and penthouses can come with a hefty security deposit. If you want to get it back, try not to let things get out of hand. Few NYC hotels are even willing to advertise that they will accommodate bachelor parties in their suites and penthouses. This is for the sake of its image to not look like a “bachelor party hotel”. However, these following eight NYC hotels DO welcome bachelor parties.
Hotel On Rivington
(107 Rivington Street, 212-475-2600)
Suites at the Hotel On Rivington in NYC are all with corner bedrooms and floor to ceiling windows. They come with two flat screen TVs and complimentary wireless Internet access. The 1,000-square-foot Owner’s Suite spans the entire front of the 17th floor. With a full-length private terrace, walk-in closet, kitchenette, and four bunk beds this suite rocks. Each room come with its own flat screen TV. The 2,500-square-foot penthouse has 360-degree New York City views. It also has a fireplace, 50-inch plasma TV, 8-person Jacuzzi, and outdoor shower on the landscaped rooftop; the outdoor shower alone makes it the ultimate bachelor party hotel penthouse in NYC. This penthouse has an average nightly rate of $5000, making it the most expensive penthouse in this guide. The outside shower is a great place for the strippers to perform, especially girl and girl entertainment.
Paramount Hotel Times Square
(235 West 46th Street, 212-764-5500)
The Paramount Hotel, adjacent to Times Square, was created by Ian Schrager and is a boutique hotel in a great central location in New York City and it is perfect for bachelor parties. There are nine suites available that are all pretty basic if you’re looking to celebrate a bachelor party in a large place without all the fancy perks. All suites have a bedroom and living room, as well as wireless Internet, cable TV, clock radio—the usual. The Library Bar and Mezzanine Restaurant are both recently renovated. Also onsite is Bar 46, but you will want to leave the hotel at some point and the area is perfect for a bachelor party celebration. Average nightly rate of $2500
The Hotel Gansevoort
(18 Ninth Avenue, 212-206-6700)
The Hotel Gansevoort in the Meatpacking District is a swanky bachelor party hotel. This NYC hotel has 20 corner suites and one duplex penthouse. The 1,400-square-foot penthouse has 30-foot floor to ceiling windows offering unobstructed views of the Hudson River, a balcony, working fireplace, 42-inch plasma TV, and master bath with Jacuzzi tub and steam shower. The Penthouse is equipped with a full bar, dining area, and telescope—and lets face it, you won’t be using it to look at the stars. A second adjoining king bedded room is optional. Also at the Gansevoort is Japanese restaurant Ono, and a 45-foot heated rooftop pool with underwater lights and music—the first of its kind in New York City—open 365 days a year, alongside a roof garden and Plunge Bar with lounge area. Average nightly rate of $3500
The Empire Hotel
(44 West 63rd Street, 212-956-3313)
There are two deluxe suites at the Empire Hotel ideal for bachelor parties in NYC. Each has a bedroom with living room. The suites, which are the least expensive on this list at $559 a night, can accommodate three or four for sleeping and about five to 10 for bachelor parties. Room service can be provided and catering as well. This NYC bachelor party hotel has a rooftop pool deck accessible only to guests, a chic lobby bar, and Center Cut Steaks & Chops Restaurant. Private cabanas can be rented on the pool deck, which are complete with daybeds, flat screen TVs, mini refrigerators, iPod docking stations with speakers, and ceiling fans. Nurse your hangover and relax there in the morning.
Hudson New York Hotel
(356 West 58th Street, 212-554-6000)
Hudson New York Hotel is well known on the NYC nightlife scene for its hotspot Hudson Bar, so it’s only right that it welcomes bachelor parties to take place in its 13 one-bedroom suites, the largest of which is 450 square feet. Also available is the 1,500-square-foot Hudson Apartment with tented terrace, and a spacious Penthouse with landscaped terrace and panoramic views of New York City. Sky Terrace, a private terrace exclusive for hotel guests, offers cocktails and light fare. Also onsite is Hudson Cafeteria, serving modern comfort food. Average nightly rate of $4500
(33 West 55th Street, 212-247-6700)
Shoreham Hotel has an over-the-top penthouse that is perfect for an NYC bachelor party. It’s approximately 1,000 square feet throughout three rooms, featuring heated concrete floors, large glass windows with panoramic city views, two 360-degree rotating 60” flat panel LCD TVs with theatre surround sound, with a DVD player, Play Station and Wii gaming systems. The penthouse also features lounge furniture, a king size bed, a Jacuzzi tub for 10, as well as a private wet bar and terrace. Shoreham has in-house catering that can be arranged. Or bring the guys to Shoreham Bar for martinis or international cuisine from Amuse Restaurant. Average nightly rate of $3750
The Muse Hotel
(130 West 46th Street, 212-485-2400)
The Muse Hotel offers a “Get Your Entourage On” package, allowing regular guys to live like high rollers with this themed package based on the HBO hit series Entourage. This package is ideal for NYC bachelor parties. It includes deluxe accommodations in a newly renovated suite, access to the hottest bars and restaurants in the city, two free cocktails per person at NIOS Restaurant adjacent to the hotel, and cigars and VIP bottle service from the hotel bar. The package also offers complimentary passes to the driving range at Chelsea Piers, a leisurely morning-after activity. Rates begin at $329 per person/night, based on double occupancy.
The Royalton Hotel New York
(44 West 44th Street, 212-869-4400)
The Royalton Hotel New York, Hudson Hotel’s sister hotel under Morgans Hotel Group, also welcomes bachelor parties. There are three penthouses available, each with distinct designs. Penthouse A is 1,700 square feet, with a large balcony, fireplace, king size bed, flat screen TVs, kitchen, dining area, Internet and an iPod docking station. The 600-square-foot Penthouse B is similar, with a large terrace, slate and mirrored tile bathrooms, and a spacious living room area with fireplace. Penthouse C is 500 square feet with all the perks of Penthouse A and B. Penthouse A is the most expensive of the three at $2,500 a night. Other bachelor party spaces are the Alcove Suite with living room, bedroom and large bathroom, flat screen TV, fireplace and Internet. Also onsite is Bar 44 and Brasserie 44, serving modern American cuisine.