Stag or Hen Do apartment accomodation in Edinburgh
The city of Edinburgh is home to some of Scotland’s best pubs, night clubs and party venues. As well as being the 2nd most visited city in the UK, Edinburgh is also very popular destination for stag and hen groups or people generally just looking for a good time. As well as having some of the best bars, pubs and clubs in Scotland the locals are also renowned for knowing a good time and are always welcoming.
If you walk through the centre of Edinburgh at night on a weekend, you will be amazed by how many pubs, night clubs, restaurants and even parties appear that you would probably not even notice during the light of day. The city takes on a completely different form when the sun sets and for anyone looking for a great time in safe but beautiful surroundings; Edinburgh is the place to be!
If you have decided to have your stag night, stag weekend, hen night or hen weekend in Edinburgh, you will be looking for some accommodation in Edinburgh during your stay. The city of Edinburgh has a vast selection of hotels as does every other major city. However Edinburgh also boasts a large selection of serviced apartments which are an increasingly popular option for groups travelling to the city. A serviced apartment gives the group much more space to relax and enjoy their stay. Having larger apartments as opposed to small hotel rooms also gives the group a chance to get together for a few pre-night drinks.
Serviced City Pads have a great variety of Edinburgh apartments suitable for large groups. Whether your group is a tight-knit bunch of 5 best friends or boisterous party of 30 animals, we can find the best Edinburgh accommodation option for your stay. With prices ranging from just £35 per person, per night, why not take your weekend up a notch and go for an Edinburgh apartment on your stag or hen do. Give Serviced City Pads a call on 0844 335 8866 or email your enquiry to email@example.com to see what we can offer you to help your party weekend be as memorable as possible. (But you probably won’t remember much of it!)