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If you want a no-frills hotel at a great rate, the Holiday Inn Express is a good option. It’s set on the waterfront, just over two miles east of the centre. You can stroll into town through the streets of Cambridge, hop on a bus (20 minute journey), or drive / take a cab in 10 minutes. This modern, budget hotel is designed to give you all the things you need, and none of the things you don’t, bringing it in at a price that leaves you more cash to splash on your epic stag do. Each room is en-suite with a power shower and features a 32-inch flat screen TV with Freeview channels and free WiFi.
The on-site restaurant offers simple, tasty dishes including classic fish and chips and juicy burgers. There is a lounge bar that’s open until midnight, so you can raise a glass to the man of the hour before you hit the town. The breakfast buffet serves up hot and continental food, with items including cereals, pastries, scrambled eggs, sausages and hash browns. If you’re coming by car, don’t worry about parking – it’s free.
Set in a bright blue modern building near the botanical gardens, Cambridge Central Travelodge is well placed for a lively stag do. It’s just over a mile from the city centre, so getting in and out of town for is easy. As it’s in the heart of town, you might hear a bit of noise at night. Public transport links are good, too – the hotel is just half a mile from the train station and 2.9 miles from Cambridge Airport.
The hotel has been revamped with Travelodge’s fresh new look, and the spacious en-suite rooms feature super-comfy Dreamer beds along with flat-screen TV, free WiFi and everything you need to make tea and coffee. There’s a Bar Café here, with a 24-hour licence for drinks and you can get a tasty evening meal between 5 and 10pm. If you want to enjoy a meal at al local restaurant, just ask one of our party planners to prebook a table for your whole group.
This large, modern Travelodge boasts round the clock opening for a stag party that doesn’t stop. There’s a Bar Café with a 24-hour licence (open at the manager’s discretion) – it’s a bright and airy space where you can regroup and buy a few beers before you hit the town, or have a nightcap when you return. You’ll be sorted for food here; dinner is served from 5–10pm, with dishes such as piri piri chicken and gourmet burgers on offer for a great price. Outside these times, there’s a 24-hour snack menu, including pizzas available at an additional cost.
The hotel has been revamped with Travelodge’s fresh new look, and the spacious en suite rooms feature super comfy Dreamer beds along with flat-screen TV, free WiFi and everything you need to make tea and coffee. The hotel is just 1.5 miles from the train station, and the same distance from the airport. It’s on the east side of town, near the River Cam and Midsummer Common.