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Complete with more than enough to do during the day and night, a stag weekend in Leeds will leave you feeling dizzy with excitement and pumped for the next time you return!

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Important information

Check in time
14:00
Check out time
12:00
Breakfast times
Breakfast is not included unless specified and purchased on the booking there will be Hot and continental buffet served 6.30 - 10am weekdays and until 11am at weekends
Parking facilities
The Brewery Car Park next door (cheapest) or discount for guests at Q-Park and Royal Armouries car parks (10 minutes walk)
Disabled Facilities
yes

Jurys Inn Leeds

Overview

If you’re looking for a place with that little bit extra and that will make a great base for your stag party antics, then Jurys Inn, Leeds, has it all. With a cool bar, great food menu and spacious rooms with free WiFi, it has everything you need to set you up for a great night out. The hotel is based in the happening Brewery Wharf area, an eight-minute walk from the train station. After check-in, you could drop off your bags and head to the on-site cardio gym to work up a healthy appetite for the night. Or just head straight to the bar where you can enjoy free nibbles (olives, nachos or popcorn) with an icy lager, or a local North Yorkshire Ale. 

If you’re dining in the hotel, you could go for a gourmet pizza cooked in a stone backed oven or try one of Jurys Inn’s famous Aberdeen Angus burgers. Fuelled up, you’re now ready to hit the nearby array of bars, nightclubs and live-music venues that make Leeds such an ideal stag destination. 

Facilities
This three-star rated hotel has 248 spacious 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, including gourmet pizzas, from 6pm to 10pm, or there’s a bar menu outside these hours. There’s an onsite cardio gym and Costa Coffee bar. 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. There is an economical car park next to the hotel.
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  • gym
  • cafe/restaurant
  • bar
  • staffed reception
  • tv
  • fridge/mini bar
  • wifi
  • tea/coffee making facilities
  • towels
  • other

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Important information

Check in time
15:00
Check out time
12:00
Parking facilities
80 Spaces available on a first come first served basis. Current price £15 per day (subject to change)
Disabled Facilities
yes

Hilton Leeds

Overview

If you’re looking for a stag party combo of action and relaxation, then you couldn’t choose much better than the Hilton in Leeds City Centre. This contemporary hotel was refurbished in 2012, and offers style and luxury. It’s just three minutes walk from Leeds Central railway station and easily accessible from the M62. From your base you can walk to a huge choice of bars, nightspots, restaurants and shops, as well as the First Direct Leeds Arena.

A big bonus of staying here is the use of the fitness suite and health club. You can use the free weights and then relax in the sauna before your night on the town. The Hilton Leeds City offers a wide range of eating and drinking options: you can buy a coffee or a light lunch at Caffé Cino, purchase a drink in the modern, open-plan City 3 Bar, or get together and treat yourself to a delicious celebration meal in the relaxed ambience of City 3 restaurant. Bistro-style dishes include grilled steak and chicken chasseur. And there’s always room service available for an additional cost if you want to lounge in your cool and comfortable room.

Facilities
Hilton Leeds City Hotel is steps from Leeds Central railway station, minutes from the M62 and less than 25 minutes from Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBA). Walk to restaurants, bars and shops including the premium shopping center, Victoria Quarter and Trinity Leeds, a brand new one million sq ft shopping centre. The Hilton, Leeds City, is a four-star hotel with 205 rooms sleeping up to two adults. Each room has an en-suite bathroom, 32-inch plasma TV, room safe, hairdryer and iron. Reception is open 24 hours a day and room service is offered around the clock. Dinner is served in the restaurant until 8pm and food is also served in the bar and café. Check-in is from 3pm onwards, and check-out, on the day of your departure, is before 12 noon. There is free WiFi in public areas in the hotel. Paid parking is available onsite.
At a glance
  • pool
  • steam room
  • sauna
  • gym
  • cafe/restaurant
  • bar
  • staffed reception
  • tv
  • room service
  • iron
  • hairdryer
  • tea/coffee making facilities
  • towels
  • toiletries

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Important information

Check in time
15:00
Check out time
11:00
Breakfast times
Complimentary Grab & Go breakfast is available every day between 6.30am and 10.00am to kick start your day, including hot drinks, pastries and fruit.
Parking facilities
Pay and display opposite, or there is a multi-story QPark facility on Swinegate.

Leeds City West Apartments

Overview

A cool apartment awaits you at Leeds City West, making it an ideal base for your city adventures. Just a 15-minute walk from the city centre, you and the boys will have your own home from home, with all the mod cons you’d expect in your own place – comfy seating and wide screen HD TV, dishwasher, cooker, washing machine, microwave and fridge. It’s a great place to relive those bachelor flat sharing days one last time, but this time in style. 

Stroll into the city to enjoy the wealth of bars, clubs, restaurants and live music venues.  Alternatively, check out what major bands are playing at the stunning new First Direct Arena. You can rustle up a breakfast of kings in the kitchen or pick up the Grab & Go meal and kick start your day with hot drinks, muffins, pastries and fruit. Maybe it’s too much to expect the boys to make use of the discounted guest pass for the nearby Xercise4 Less, but, whilst you enjoy another coffee, it’s always good to know it’s there. 

Facilities
Roomzzz Leeds City West is made up of 109 apartments, sleeping two adults, designed for convenience and comfort. There are Smart Studios or more spacious Grande Studios. Each has a well-equipped kitchen with cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and fridge; and a separate living area with comfy seating and widescreen TV. Reception is open 24 hours a day. And there’s a shop for essentials. Check-in is from 3pm onwards, and check-out, on the day of your departure, is before 11am. There is free WiFi in your apartment. Pay and Display parking is available opposite the aparthotel, or there is a multi-story QPark facility on Swinegate.
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  • tv
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  • hairdryer
  • wifi
  • towels
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Leeds Stag do guide

Often described as a Gamma World City, Leeds has come a long way since it was a market town in the Middle Ages. Now considered the commercial heart of the West Yorkshire Urban area, it is also one of the best cities to visit for shopping and for the night life.

This of course makes it an ideal destination for your stag weekend, with over 120 bars and just under 30 clubs, you’ll have no trouble finding an establishment to suit yourself and the rest of your stag group. There is plenty to keep you entertained during the day too, from paintballing to tank driving, and clay pigeon shooting to bubble football. You’re not going to get bored during a stag weekend in Leeds. 

  Great if you are looking for

  • The chance to book a tank driving experience (yes we said Tank!)
  • Man vs Food challenges were you can witness the stag potentially chuck all over himself trying to beat it
  • Excellent go karting tracks that will satisfy any speed fiend and petrol head

  Getting around

Getting around Leeds is best done by taxi during the evenings, as this allows you more time and flexibility in where you want to go and when. During the day the FreeCityBus runs on a circular route through the city, which as the name suggests is free! It runs Monday to Saturday in the daytime and evenings. Leeds main train station is well served from the North and South so travelling to and from Leeds by train is an easy option. On a side note: we do offer transfers as part of our service, so if this is something you’re potentially interested in then just ask one of our party planners. 

  Tips and ideas

Like a lot of cities now, Leeds has its own escape the room reality based game, whereby you and the lads get split up into groups of no bigger than 6 and you’re locked in a room. The idea is to solve the riddles and puzzles inside in order to get the secret key and get out of the room as fast as possible. It sounds a little weird but it is a lot of fun and a good way to pass a few hours if you’re not hungover and fancy using your brain. It goes without saying that Leeds is a great place to shop and Thornton's Arcade is a nice place to stop by if you have time. The shops different from the high street so might make for some good souvenirs to take back home.

There’s also Leeds football stadium as well and a must see for any fan. Plan your trip and grab a match if you can. Just keep in mind that unless you have a car it can be a bit hard to get top, especially if you want to get back to the centre of town. 

  Nightlife

For a night out in Leeds that doesn’t involve clubbing we’ve got rib tickling comedy nights at Jongleurs. These normally involve your group being seated watch a live comedy show by some of Leeds best comedians. If you like, we can also add a meal for you and the lads as well so you don’t have to worry about getting hungry. If you do want night clubbing though then make your way to Tiger Tiger with its multiple dance rooms and well stocked bar. This is the place you go if you want plenty of daance space and lots of eye candy to enjoy. If you’re after some serious eye candy then we can probably help you there as well, with entry into Liberte Lapdancing Club. Inside you’ll find sizzling ladies who will dance and shimmy for your pleasure. There will also be private booths in case you want to treat the stag to a private dance as a last send-off gift!

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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