Why getting on a club’s guest list is a bad bachelor party idea:
Guest list does not mean no lineup
If you have been out clubbing since the 80’s, you probably know that guest list does not mean no lineup…If you are talking about choosing Montreal nightclubs that are worth going to on a given night, you could end up in line for two hours…And by the time you get to the front of the line, the guest list could be over.
Guest list ends before party starts
A Montreal bachelor party is not a night for getting to the clubs at a ‘responsible hour’ when the place is dead and you have to wait around for the party to get started. To avoid a big lineup at elite Montreal supper clubs, for example, you might have to get there at 9 or earlier—even with guest list.
Maximum # in group
Most Montreal nightclubs have a maximum # of guests you can put on the list…And usually, the better the club, the tighter the guest list, So big bachelor party groups will have less options—and still risk getting bumped.
Planning well in advance
A month in advance or more for big groups at venues in the exclusive Montreal nightlife scene…
Committing to one club
Even if you do get on the guest list for a club on a given night, how do you really know that club will be awesome on that given night? If the venue doesn’t meet up to standards, you have no options for damage control.
Marriage is about serious commitment (at least in theory), not the bachelor party…So go VIP with us to make sure that if you need to abandon ship, it will be smooth sailing to Plan B.
Guest list is simply not VIP, even if it’s called ‘VIP guest list’.
Go with us to never have to wait in lineups, bribe bouncers, or get on guest lists that put you on the groomsmen’s blacklists.