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Best Vacation Rentals for Bachelorette Parties

by Kimberly Krol Inlander

Mar 29, 2021

Moab, Utah © Prochasson Frederic | Dreamstime

Weddings / Bachelor/ette Parties

TurnKey Vacation Rentals, which manages more than 6,000 luxury and premier vacation rental homes across the United States, rounded up some of its top homes for hosting bachelorette parties.


Nashville, Tennessee

This new home has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, alongside a new kitchen, rooftop, fire pit and lounge seating. And it’s just two miles from popular downtown honky-tonks. Rates begin at $260 per night.


Palm Desert, California

At 6,600 square feet, this home offers seven bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. Outdoors, enjoy a lagoon-style pool, two spas, a putting green, outdoor kitchen, firepit and more. Rates begin at $1,430 per night.


Park City, Utah

With six bedrooms and five bathrooms, there’s also stunning views, a hot tub and more across five acres of land. It’s also nearby a variety of year-round outdoor activities, like fly fishing and skiing. Rates begin at $1,500 per night.


Gold Coast, California

Enjoy six bedrooms, five bathrooms and a location on Miramar beach. There’s also two acres of oceanfront property, a pool, hot tub and nearby outdoor activities, with rates starting at $3,500 per night.


Sonoma, California

With mountains, Redwoods and vineyards in the background, travelers like this resort-style retreat for its swimming pool, hot tub, ample outdoor seating and more. Rates start at $1,250 per night.


Scottsdale, Arizona

Swim, hot tub, play on the putting green or shoot hoops on the basketball court at this five-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom rental. Rates begin at $786 per night.


Asheville, North Carolina

Sprawl across 10 acres amid views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This rental offers eight bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a game room and more, all conveniently located to nearby attractions. Rates start at $450 per night.


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