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From the quirky lanes, to the fun-filled Brighton Pier and its pebbly beached side pleasures... a stag weekend in Brighton is sure to be crazy and colourful! 

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Important information

Check in time
15:00
Check out time
12:00
Breakfast times
BREAKFAST: All-you-can-eat breakfast with hot and continental options. Served in the Bar Café from 7am – 10am weekdays, and 8am – 11am weekends and bank holidays. DINING: Dinner served at the Bar Café 6pm – 10pm DRINKING: Wide range of drinks served at Bar Café, open 24hrs
Parking facilities
There is no on site parking at this hotel. 25% discount at NCP car park at Russell Road located behind the hotel (ask at reception to validate your ticket). Other parking places are on Regency Square, Brighton railway station and seafront.
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Travelodge Brighton Seafront

Overview

If you want to be in the heart of the seaside action, this is the place to stay. It’s on the main strip packed with clubs, bars and restaurants, and just across the road from the most buzzing stretch of Brighton beach. Whether you’re at the pier, the train station or the pub, going back to base is just a straightforward stroll. The spacious onsite bar café is a top spot for well priced drinks and food, serving classic dishes from fish and chips to pizzas and burgers (which you can take to your room if you like). In the mornings, why not purchase an eat-all-you-can buffet, with everything from sausages to cereal, to bust even the most brutal hangover.

All the modern rooms have been upgraded for maximum comfort, and now feature king size Travelodge Dreamer beds by Sleepeezee, along with cosy 10.5 tog duvets for a great night’s sleep. Having said that, if you need total silence to get some shut eye, you might want to opt one of our hotels outside the centre. But if you’re set on party central – book this one up!

Facilities
You’ll find all the facilities you need here in your Brighton HQ, from the Bar Café serving a wide range of food and drink, to the onsite cash machine and a reception that is open 24 hours with helpful staff. All the 159 rooms in this hotel have en suite bathrooms with bath and / or shower, as well as TVs, super-comfy beds and modern décor. The WiFi’s free for the first half hour a day, and you can pay for it after that. Stay here and you get 25% off at the NCP car park behind the hotel.
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Important information

Check in time
14:00
Check out time
12:00
Breakfast times
Weekends 7am – 11.30am, weekdays 6.45am -10am. Choice of hot and cold food, fresh fruits, cereals, juices, tea and coffee.
Parking facilities
There is no parking on-site but there are public car parks nearby
Disabled Facilities
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Jurys Inn Brighton Hotel

Overview

The Jury’s Inn is in a really handy spot just behind Brighton train statio. So you can wheel your cases into the reception and start the celebrations in the onsite bar minutes after you hit town. The decor is fresh and modern, and the helpful staff can make sure you have everything you need on your away days by the sea. There’s a comfortable Costa Coffee lounge onsite, and a bar that’s open from 11 in the morning until 1.30am. Food on offer covers a wide range of classic dishes from steaks to pizza and Thai curry.

You can fit three stags in the spacious rooms, and the comfy beds and Freeview TVs are perfect for time out in your action-packed stag do. The Jury’s Inn is just a ten-minute stroll from the North Laine area, which is packed with great pubs and restaurants. Keep going past the Jubilee Clock Tower and you hit the main drag with late-night clubs, which opens out into the jewel in Brighton’s crown – the brilliant beach!

Facilities
This three-star rated hotel has 234 rooms sleeping up to three adults. Each one has a spacious bathroom with free toiletries, as well as tea and coffee making facilities, and hairdryer. You can enjoy dinner in the restaurant from 6pm to 10pm, or there’s a bar menu outside these hours and a vending machine in the lobby. If you need to store valuables, ask at reception for keys to a deposit box, and there’s space to store luggage if you’re early checking in or want to leave town after check-out. Parking is provided in the car park opposite the hotel at a discounted rate. Room service is available from 12pm to 10pm.
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Luxury Accommodation

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Important information

Check in time
15:00
Check out time
11:00
Breakfast times
Weekends 8am – 11am, weekdays 7am -10am. Extensive breakfast menu covers Full English, continental cold cuts, yoghurt fruit and cereal as well as eggs benedict and smoked haddock
Parking facilities
Limited parking spaces are available on-site, at a rate of £23 (first come, first served). Alternatively, there is an NCP car park walking distance from the hotel.
Disabled Facilities
yes

The Old Ship Hotel (the Hotel Collection)

Overview

If you want to push the boat out on your stag do, choose the Old Ship! This elegant four-star hotel dates back to the 17th century and commands a prime spot overlooking Brighton’s liveliest stretch of beach. In the season, you can dine or drink alfresco on the terrace overlooking the sea and the prom. Or plot up in the hotel’s 400-year-old cellars, for an atmospheric drinking session, before you retire upstairs to your luxurious room. The tasteful décor is combined with high levels of comfort to make your stay a bit special.

Of course, you’ll be in the perfect spot for all of Brighton’s attractions, just a few minutes' walk to the rides on the pier and right in the Lanes with its great mix of bars and restaurants. The hotel’s own restaurant, Steak on Sea offers an exciting fusion of local fare and continental dishes, so you might find you want to dine in. 

Facilities
The 152 rooms here all come with comfortable beds, en-suite bathrooms, satellite TV and WiFi. You can make yourselves tea and coffee or call room service for other refreshments. If you need a hairdryer or iron, or want to lock up valuables, ask the helpful staff at reception, which is open 24 hours. You can work out in the hotel gym, and enjoy fine dining in the restaurant. The breakfast menu offers everything from cereal to full English and eggs benedict, and is served until 11am at the weekend and 10am on weekdays. There’s a hotel car park onsite, where charges apply.
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Brighton Stag do guide

Brighton holds a special place in The Stag Company's heart; not only because this is our home, but because we have seen so many stags have the night of their lives here.

A Brighton stag do guarantees you everything from the cheesiness of the pier, top restaurants, live music venues, and a multitude of adrenaline-pumping Brighton stag activities on the South Downs. Not to mention all the hen parties you’ll run into! There’s no doubt that a stag weekend in Brighton stands as a firm UK favourite!

  Great if you are looking for

  • A city that's quirky and full of hidden gems (and a few crazies)
  • An impressive selection of beachside bars and pubs
  • Bar crawls, clay pigeon shooting, It's a Knock Out, and mud buggies

  Getting around

Brighton is very much a walking city, due to its compact size and pedestrian friendly shopping lanes. So bring your walking shoes (it’s quite a hilly city, you have been warned!) Parking is a bit of a nightmare and can get quite expensive, so we recommend you don’t drive if you can avoid it. The train station right in the centre of town and will only take you 10-15 minutes or so to walk from the station to the centre of town.

There are plenty of buses too, a flat-rate, single journey ticket is £2.40 but we recommend you get a SAVER ticket which gives you the freedom to travel anytime and hop on pretty much any bus (except for the school buses –obviously.) SAVER tickets come in a one day or a seven da. You should buy tickets in advance (you can get them in most convenience shops or at post offices.) Alternatively it’s easier to get an m-ticket on your smartphone by downloading the app

  Tips and ideas

Brighton can easily be split into different quarters. First off, you’ve got the famous Brighton lanes with its narrow streets, in the middle of the road cafes and craft beer pubs. Hit up this area if you want to experience Brighton in all its quirky glory and stay away from the beach side tourist magnets. In the winter time we recommend joining one of the weirder tours of Brighton, like the Ghost Walk of the Lanes which runs every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings and lasts approximately 70 minutes.

West Street and all the bars down there are your more commercial places like Vodka Revolution and Walkabout – really popular with stag and hen groups. As well as Brighton’s favourite Irish pub Molly Malone’s (again, very popular with stag and hen groups.) If you plan it right, you can plan your stag to coincide with the Brighton Fringe Festival or Gay Pride, two of the biggest social events for the city (not to mention two of the biggest drinking and shenanigan friendly events for stags to get involved with!)

  Nightlife

Brighton has varied and unique nightlife that draws in hundreds of people from all over the U.K. The main draw being the beachside clubs that really come to life in the summertime - one such club being Shoosh on the seafront. Complete with an outdoor area this club opens up its doors (when it’s hot) to welcome in the ocean air and really provide that unique Brighton clubbing experience. There’s also Pryzm, whilst not literally on the seafront is close enough. Plus with its six rooms and three massive dance areas you will be too busy dancing to care!

Saying that, if you like the idea of people watching and having a drink then head to Revolution Bar Brighton it’s fun, has great cocktails and is a popular place to be seen if you want to attract the trendy, city drinkers of Brighton. Finally if its lap dancing you’re after then we recommend popping over to visit the sexy ladies at Platinum Lace, our favourite lap dancing club in Brighton (and its right in the middle of the city centre!) Inside you’ll find private booths and lots of plush seating for you to sit down and enjoy the view (so to speak!)

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QuoteThe whole stag weekend in general was good but some of the improvements in wouldn't say they could change are as follows the invite booking system was very frustrating and very time consuming sending emails back and forward to people this could be improved slightly. The other thing what was quiet frustrating was the party hub customer care some times would take a longer to get a reply on a dession which sometimes needed answering quickly. Finally the night club entry could of been better by having a booth or table for the group to congregate other then that the weekend went off with great ease I'd like to say thank you for all the help in arranging a really good weekend.

- Adam spottiswoode 5 stars

QuoteI phoned a few companies and found most of them helpful but either too pushy or lacking experience of the locations I was after. When I phoned The Stag Company I simply said - I'm best man for a mate, he's told me he wants to go to somewhere deep in Eastern Europe, shoot guns and get drunk with the lads. Your sales fella immediately reeled off a few suggestions I'd never heard of, which was exactly what he wanted. After some discussion it came down to Riga and Sophia, he told me he'd been to both and advices that although Sophia was cheaper Riga sounded more like what we wanted. The booking process was easy, I didn't have to stump up the cash then chase all the lads. They chased me when I hadn't pulled my finger out with flights and just generally took all the pressure off. Our group flew in 2 groups - me and some lads up north and the stag with some mates from down south. We arrived first and everything was sorted, when the stag arrived he'd been in the hotel less than 5 minutes and h...

- Ryan 5 stars