A Bachelorettes guide to Scottsdale, AZ

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Advisor - Jenna Doyle
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Jenna Doyle

  • Bachelorette Party Destinations

  • Bachelor Party Destinations

  • Birthdays

  • City Travel

  • Food & Wine

  • Scottsdale

  • Arizona

  • Local Culture

  • Local Food

  • Entertainment

An aerial view of the city at daytime.
Curator’s statement

Scottsdale has become the biggest bachelor/bachelorette destination, and who better to book your itinerary than a local. There are many ways to enjoy Scottsdale depending on your style. Whether you are looking for a relaxing get-away with a good quality of life or go all out in the night life as one last party.

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Day 1


You are likely to arrive in Arizona some time mid-day. Check into your hotel or airbnb, unpack and unwind. If you are looking to hit the town, I suggest going walk around the local shops in oldtown Scottsdale; a personal favorite of mine is Rolling Rack Boutique. Grab a casual but fun bite to eat at Farm and Craft.

Day 2


Have a great start to your first day in Scottsdale and head to Prep and Pastry for brunch and booze; they are open until 3pm. Take the girls and head to the mountains for a fun hike with great views and photo ops. Head back to your spot and with plenty of time to get ready for a night out! First go to dinner at Toca Madera, where you can expect a club-like dinner scene with amazing food, drinks, and live performances. End the night at 50 Shades of Rose, a new club in old town Scottsdale with great drinks and photo ops.

Day 3


After a great night last night, it's ok to hit brunch a little late. Today, you're going to Maple and Ash for their brunch experience; reservations are a must, it's just that good! Take advantage of being within walking distance to Fashion Square; I promise you haven't seen a mall this good. It's okay to drink wine while the suns still out when you're doing it at Wine Girl; head there for great wine and photo ops. Once again, head back to your place and get ready for another fun night; you've got dinner reservations at Cala. After dinner, you can conveniently walk right back over to the old town bars and pick the club of your choosing. They are all so much fun!

Day 4


We're going all out for your last full day in AZ. Brunch starts at Montauk for great food and even more drinks. Find a pool of your choosing, either at Maya Day Club or Hotel Adeline, and spend the day enjoying the weather. For tonight's dinner, we're having casual fun at Diego Pops, for comfort tacos and margaritas, where the topic of conversation will be all the great memories you made here.

Day 5


Make sure you have everything and everyone ready to head back home, but don't worry it's not too soon to call me and book your next trip back to AZ!!

I have many more recommendations for day trips to choose from, just contact me!

Need to Know

For more travel tips, check out Fora Advisor Chelsey Price’s guide, Things to do in Scottsdale with Kids: Your Full Guide

Advisor - Jenna Doyle

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Jenna Doyle

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This guide is part of our ongoing series on travel to Scottsdale