Hen Night vs Weekend

Hen Night vs Weekend: Which is Better for YouWondering whether to just stay the night or spend the whole weekend on your hen do? We’ll weigh some of the pros and cons to help you decide which is better for you.

We’ll start off with hen nights. The cons being that you’ll be more pressed for time, having to cram in all the activities you want to do into 24 hours. Our hen night packages still come with two activities included, but time will be more of a concern. But of course you will save a decent amount of money, which can be a big plus when you consider that there may be some money left over to add to the wedding budget.

Hen weekends will of course mean you have more time to be leisurely, with a 48-hour period to enjoy a range of awesome hen party activities. This will come at a steeper price but you’ll have more time to explore the city of your choice at your leisure. You’ll arrive on Friday, do the activity on Saturday and leave on the Sunday.

See our all our hen night and hen weekend packages here!

At the end of the day there’s no right or wrong answer. There are pros and cons to both sides but it really all depends on your personal situation, time constraints etc. Keep in mind you’ll have to do your best to accommodate for the rest of the guests, so make sure to ask what their schedule is before you go booking.

Both our hen weekend and hen night packages come with accom­moda­tion in a 3-star hotel in the city centre, a stone’s throw away from the nightlife that saves you a long walk in high heels! The hotels all serve a hot breakfast both on a Sunday and Saturday and all of them have a restaurant and bar. Our nights and packages are available all across the UK and feature the most popular hen party activities. Most packages and nights also include an evening meal, fast track nightclub entry and even a local bar guide for your city of choice.

You can enquire about and book your hen party either online or over the phone on 0161 341 0052. Our hen party planners will be happy to help you out and answer any questions you may have.

We hope to hear from you soon and hope you have a happy hen party!

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