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Set in a listed Georgian building just a mile west of the city centre, this Travelodge is perfect for stags who want a quieter night-time base to recharge between activities. You can use Haymarket station, which is just half a mile away, and it’s on the main tram and bus route from the airport (5.5 miles away). To get into the centre, you can hop on and off buses and trams along Princes Street, home to the famous castle on a rock, and the main artery of this lively city.
This Travelodge has a Bar Café, which serves up well priced hot food until 10pm – choose from classics like steak and ale pie, burgers, pizzas and nachos. The bar opens after breakfast and closes at about 4am. The breakfast is an eat-all-you-can buffet - you can go for the full fry-up or opt for healthy cereals and juices, so why not treat yourself? The hotel has Travelodge’s fresh new look and rooms feature king size Dreamer beds along with cosy 10.5 tog duvets for a great night’s sleep.
Nestled on a windy cobbled street in the heart of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, this is a great base for your stag do. It’s just a few minutes walk from Waverley train station and you’ll be well placed to explore the drinking dens and clubs of the Grassmarket and beyond. Travelodge is always a safe bet if you want good value, clean rooms and 24-hour services, and this one is no exception.
The hotel’s Bar Café serves up a range of well priced food until 10pm, offering hearty dishes like steak and ale pie and piri piri chicken. The breakfast is an eat-all-you-can buffet - you can go for the full fry-up, or healthy cereals and juices for a reasonable price. The hotel has Travelodge’s fresh new look and rooms feature king size Dreamer beds along with cosy 10.5 tog duvets for a great night’s sleep. You might hear a bit of noise at night due to the central location, but for convenience, this one is a winner!
With cool interiors and dramatic views of Edinburgh Castle, the Mercure Edinburgh City is a smart choice for a stag do in the Scottish capital. It sits proudly on Princes Street, just five minutes walk from Waverley train station and right by the airport shuttle bus drop off. The hotel is close to all the major attractions, from the Scott Monument to the hip bars of George Street and the clubs and drinking dens of the old town.
Dinner in the Princes Dining Room is a classy affair, with a wide menu ranging from gourmet burgers to grilled steak and pizzas for a reasonable cost. You can make yourselves at home in the Princes Bar and treat yourself to some whiskies or sink a few beers before you hit the city. The rooms all have a flat screen TV with on demand blockbuster movies and free high-speed WiFi, as well as a hairdryer and full-length mirror. Many of the rooms also offer that stunning castle view you can see from the bar and restaurant.
This cool hotel welcomes stag groups for an unforgettable break in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town. The rooms sleep from two to six people and have en suite bathrooms with rain showers, flat screen TV, free WiFi and iPod docks. The dorm sleeps six and is a brilliant hangout space with darts board, ping-pong, a PS3 console and a fridge filled to the brim with beverages you can purchase, in addition to Sky TV so that you and the lads never miss a match.
Here you’ll have loads of drinking dens on your doorstep, and the hotel is attached to the Three Sisters pub and kitchen, which serves up tasty food for a great price, from burgers and pizzas to mac ‘n’ cheese. They also provide the hot and continental breakfast to the hotel in the mornings (until midday). Part of the Stay Hotel’s offering is the ‘fit and fun’ sessions of cycling running and urban gym, but after a heavy night in the pubs of the pubs of the Grassmarket, you may be more interested in the room service option for breakfast (additional cost).
These stylish apartments are in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town, for maximum medieval atmosphere. They’re set in a modern building that’s in keeping with the area’s historic architecture, and come with all the comforts you need for a classy stag do in Edinburgh. You can choose between two and three bed apartments, sleeping up to six of you.
In between your stag do adventures you can lounge on the comfy sofas in the smart living rooms and watch the flat screen TV with Freeview channels or stick a film in the DVD player. Of course, there’s a fully equipped kitchen for making snacks and chilling drinks, in addition to a dining table and chairs. There’s a bathtub and shower, and plenty of fluffy towels. These apartments are ideally placed for seeing the sights of Edinburgh on foot – you can stroll up the Royal Mile towards the castle, and walk down the Mound to the main drag of Princes Street. If you are arriving by car though, you get a designated parking space.
These apartments offer smart accommodation for stags who want a bit of freedom to do things their own way! They are set in a modern development on the east side of Edinburgh's grand New Town – which is actually quite old – but it’s newer than the medieval Old Town! Check in here and you get a spacious lounge area with flat screen TV and DVD player for lounging between activities. There’s a fully equipped kitchen where you can whip up your own food and drinks and save your money for that big celebration meal out – ask one of our party planners for local meal options that can be added to your package.
There’s a choice of two bed apartments, sleeping up to four people or three bed apartments sleeping up to eight people, so you can keep the gang together. The car parking is free, as is the WiFi. From the Playhouse Apartments you can walk into the centre of town in ten minutes. Or if you make it a pub crawl up Leith Walk, it may take a little longer…