Thursday, July 5, 2012
Joint Bachelor/Bachelorette Party: Stylish Scottsdale
Words by Courtney Kellar
Words by Courtney Cox
More and more often, couples are straying from the traditional and doing what they want for their destination weddings. Why can’t this also be true in regards to the pre-wedding parties? On average, couples are getting married at an older age than in decades past. If couples are older and have been together a while, why not consider a joint bachelor/bachelorette party? If this sounds like it might be a fit for you and your soon-to-be-spouse, consider the W Scottsdale
for your last big outing before becoming Mr. and Mrs.
This summer, the W Scottsdale is offering special perks and added amenities for groups booking ten or more rooms per night anytime between now and September. We featured the W Scottsdale on our blog a while back, so click here
to see our review of the property, its Bliss Spa and restaurant. If you want to make a jaunt to the desert with your love and all your friends, here’s what the special package includes:
- A Wonderful king room for $149 per night or Wonderful room with doubles for $189 per night
- 20% discount on Bliss Spa services
- 40% discount on bottle service, with choice of 10 Cane, Ketel One, Ciroc, Belvedere and Don Julio at
- Shade Lounge and the Living Room
There’s no doubt this summertime special would please both the ladies and gents in your bachelor/bachelorette parties. Between discounts at the spa and unlimited golf and The Phoenician, both parties will be enjoying their time in Scottsdale. For more information or to book your stay, visit wscottsdalehotel.com
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