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Scotland's biggest city, Glasgow has a fantastic mix of cultural hot sports, music events, shops and watering holes. Every stag that’s ever come back has fallen in love with the nightlife in this city!

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Mercure Glasgow City


The Mercure Glasgow City offers comfortable, en suite rooms in a great city centre location and late services for night owls. The reception is open all hours, the bar has a 24-hour licence and you can order room service around the clock. Some of the city’s best nightspots, bars and restaurants are within walking distance of the hotel, so you can get the stag party started double quick!

When you are ready for some R&R, return to a stylish bedroom with en suite shower and bath, and a comfy bed. Enjoy some telly, radio or stream a movie with the complimentary high speed WiFi. In the morning you can make yourself a cuppa to ease into the day. A hot and cold buffet breakfast is served until 11am on the weekends so there’s no rush to get up. The hotel is half a mile from Glasgow Central train station, and five minutes’ walk from Queen Street and Argyle Street train stations.

The Mercure Glasgow City is a three-star hotel with 91 stylish guest rooms, right in the heart of the city. Bedrooms sleep up to two adults in each, and are en-suite with shower and bath. They come with a flat-screen TV, radio, complimentary high speed WiFi, a trouser press, an iron, and a hairdryer. Upgrade to privilege and superior rooms and you can enjoy complimentary unlimited movies, a Nespresso coffee machine, a newspaper, a robe, and slippers. Bagio café bar has a 24-hour licence for drinks, and serves brasserie-style meals and snacks until 10pm. Room service is available around the clock. Safety deposit boxes are available for valuables, and you can store luggage if you need to.
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Glasgow Stag do guide

Glasgow is the third biggest city in the entirety of the United Kingdom and has been urbanised in recent times with youth culture and an alternative music scene, to become one of the hottest weekend spots in Europe! With over 200 drinking establishments the city’s had loads of trendy venues to drink in. As well as boozing past nightfall, we also have loads of adrenaline-fuelled activities to offer you, so you can have a weekend to remember.

Looking for  Great if you are looking for

  • A vibrant city with a pulsating nightlife
  • An incredible choice of over 200 bars and pubs
  • Exhilarating go karting, sultry strip clubs and stylish VIP nightclub entry

Getting around  Getting around

Glasgow Airport is approximately 30 minutes from central Glasgow, it’s cheap and easy to get to, saving you more pennies for your weekend! There are buses you can hop on, and they take you to anywhere within the city centre, it’s not too costly so is a pretty nifty way to get around the city. Taxis are also available and are the best mode of transport in the early hours of the morning!

Tips and ideas  Tips and ideas

Being a former European City of Culture, Glasgow is a glorious stag setting. The infamous Sauchiehall Street is a popular shopping and drinking area. There are plenty of places to eat and fish restaurants are highly recommended.

Nightlife  Nightlife

Ashton Lane in Glasgow’s West End should be a primary target for you stags. Go celebrity spotting in the trendy "Loft" Bar, or you can highland fling your sporran to death at Jinty McGuinty’s, an absolute Scottish/Irish extravaganza. Traditional Scottish pubs such as Blackfriars and Babbity Bowster’s are a must on Blackfriars Street. Beware of the cobblestone streets, especially after a few drams of Scotland’s finest malts!

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