Your favourite hen party destinations
Here’s our final part of our new infographic, and today we can reveal to you our top five hen party destinations. Looking back on our bookings since 2008 we bring to you the most popular destinations that we’ve sent thousands of hens away to!
First place goes to the Big Smoke itself, London! An incredibly popular choice for hens, London offers all you need to have an enjoyable and memorable weekend with the girls; plenty of activities and when the time comes for you to hit the town there are more than enough bars, pubs and clubs for you to choose from. Throw in plenty of sightseeing and photo opportunities and its clear just why London tops the list.
Second place sees our lovely little home town of Brighton making the cut. Referred to by many as London by the sea, Brighton is just that, and with great activities and locations we’re not the least bit surprised to see it take the number two spot. Our friends at the Adonis Cabaret Show are a must see if you are planning a hen night in Brighton.
Manchester comes in at a respectable third, and is quite often the choice of the shopaholic hens that we send away. The massive Arndale Centre will keep even the most hardened shopper busy for the best part of a day, and the Northern Quarter is the place to go for your evenings.
In fourth place we have Bristol, a very attractive city that exudes culture and a relaxed atmosphere throughout. The nightlife is still good though, so all of your bases are covered. Our Dirty Dancing package has proven time and time again to be the most popular with our Bristol bookings, so if you’re a fan of the film then maybe Bristol is the place for you?
Finally, we see Nottingham in fifth place. You’ll want to seriously consider Nottingham if you’re looking for a pamper package, there are plenty of spas here. You’ll also find a plethora of great restaurants too, and the nightlife ain’t too shabby either. Our Nottingham spa packages are very popular and priced quite competitively too!
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