Brighton Hen Weekends

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Small but perfectly formed, Brighton is the southern gem that shines by day and rocks by night - better yet, you can do it all on foot, depending on how many cocktails you've had! With a fantastic mix of cosmopolitan bars, top nightclubs & vibrant restaurants, it's no wonder hen weekends in Brighton remain a top seller! At night there is a wealth of delights to keep even the most wild party animals happy, just have a look at our nightlife options to whet your appetite. No visit to Brighton on a hen weekend would be complete without seeing the famous Lanes, laden with shops and boutiques full of designer clothes, fabulous jewellery and quirky gifts. You'll find it hard to leave empty handed! An eventful hen weekend is guaranteed in Brighton, day and night, so check out our fantastic Brighton hen party packages below - all you have to do is decide which one to choose!


BRIGHTON HEN PARTY SPECIAL OFFERS
Half price hen on a group of 15 or more
Hen goes FREE on a group of 20 or more

Offers subject to full packages which must include at least two nights accommodation and minimum of one activity or nightlife option.
 

Interesting facts about Brighton

 
 

POPULATION

155,919 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

22C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

6C 

COST OF A WINE

£3.45

 
Getting around Brighton
 
 

Getting around Brighton

Brighton is a compact little city so you can get around on foot with ease on your hen weekend. Everything is within close proximity, making walking, a great way to explore this thriving city! The railway station is just a 10 minute walk from the centre and the beach is the hub of the city’s main attractions! The buses in Brighton run frequently and efficiently, with both day and night buses available. The prices are very reasonable and it costs just £2 for a standard single across the city, making it a cheap way to travel around on your hen weekend. There are hundreds of taxis operating in Brighton during all hours of the day and night. There are two types of taxi in Brighton: pre-booked minicabs or hackney carriages that you can hail on the street. The main taxi ranks in the city are situated on East Street, Queen’s Square and the Hove town hall. Driving in Brighton can be confusing, with one way systems and restricted access in some areas, so Maximise recommend taking a sat nav, or avoiding driving altogether. Parking in the city centre can be very pricey and there is limited space, however you can park just outside the city centre and hop on board the park and ride bus service that will transport you back and forth from your car to the city centre!

What you need to know about nightlife in Brighton

Nightlife in Brighton
 
 

Nightlife in Brighton

Brighton’s city centre at night is buzzing and has the liveliest music and club scene on the South coast. Brighton’s nightlife can be divided into a few different areas including the seafront, or the King’s Road arches, which are home to a variety of bars and clubs that range from the traditional to the down right quirky. These great bars are housed in Victorian beach front arches and make a great location to party the night away! West Street is Brighton’s nightlife hub, with the whole road awash with pubs, bars and clubs! The area is a vibrant blur or fun, laughter and letting your hair down! The layout of all the bars makes it a perfect location to partake in a spot of pub golf! Madeira Drive features some fantastic bars with a lively atmosphere and is a great place to start the night, with only a short walk to either West Street or King’s road Arches! No matter what you’re looking for on your hen weekend in Brighton you're guaranteed to find it in this lively coastal city!

Learn about eating in Brighton

Eating in Brighton
 
 

Eating in Brighton

With so much choice in this fantastic seaside town it can be a struggle to know all the what’s on offer to you and where to go! But fear, for not Maximise has done all the research so you don’t have to! With over 400 restaurants in Brighton you're definitely spoilt for choice! Food ranges from purely vegetarian to full on meat feasts. With 11 American restaurants, 15 Chinese, and 20 Thai restaurants, as well as countless other cuisines ranging from Japanese to Mexican, there's plenty for everybody to enjoy! So whatever your tastes you won’t be disappointed on your hen weekend in Brighton! There are also tonnes of cafes, bistros, delis, takeaways and fast food options for when you just want to grab something on the go! You can even buy fish and chips at 3 in the morning! For a really authentic experience of this popular seaside destination east some cockles or jellied eels on the pier, but they're not for everybody! Whatever you are after in Brighton, there is sure to be something you’ll all agree on.

Find out how to travel to Brighton

Getting to Brighton
 
 

Getting to Brighton

By Air: Brighton is located close to London Gatwick and a connection to Brighton takes roughly half an hour. Gatwick is the second largest airport in Brighton so can accommodate thousands of passengers, airlines and locations every year! Whether you are travelling from the UK or abroad it couldn’t be easier to get to Brighton by air. A taxi from Gatwick to your centrally located accommodation will cost around £30 per car, alternatively, there are great train, bus and coach connections for you onward journey.
By Train: It takes just under an hour to reach Brighton from London by train making it a really convenient way to travel to your hen destination. There are also direct train links from most other UK locations including Scotland, The North West, Midlands, the West Country and South Wales. It couldn’t be simpler! A train ticket from London Victoria to Brighton will cost around £15.00 making it a cost effective way to get to your weekend of fun and festivities. Once in Brighton, it's only a short walk down into the heart of the city!
By Road: Brighton is just over an hour from London and is easily accessible to all other areas in the UK. Brighton has great links to some Major motorways, meaning your journey will be straightforward! The M23, A23, M25 and the A27 all service Brighton and offer relatively quick access to the city. Portsmouth and Southampton are approximately 2 hours away by car and if coming from the North of England you’re looking at around 4 hours to get to this fantastic city, but it's definitely worth it!

Things to see in Brighton

Things to see in Brighton
 
 

Things to see in Brighton

Brighton Beach: You can’t visit Brighton without visiting the beach! Sit back and relax on your hen weekend with a trip this incredible beach. Take a dip or just chill out with the girls, but don’t forget the knotted hanky!
Brighton Pier: Another attraction that Brighton is renowned for! Take a wander up the pier and experience all that's on offer, from the large arcade that will keep you amused for hours or the quirky shops that run along the pier to the thrilling rides, or just grab a drink and a bite to eat! Whatever you want to do, the pier is well worth a visit!
Ghost Walk: Take a tour of the lanes, Brighton’s most haunted area! The guided tour lasts around 70 minutes, in which time you will visit 7 of the most haunted venues and hear the spine tingling stories that go with them! After the tour you will visit a pub where you can get a glass of wine to calm your nerves and tell yourself it wasn’t real. Are you brave enough?
Hove Lagoon: Try some water sports on your stag weekend. This venue offers windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, wakeboarding, SUP, power boating and yacht sailing, some great activities for any group!
Brighton Wheel: Enjoy Panoramic views of this vibrant city on the 45 metre wide observation wheel, situated on the seafront, just don’t look down!

Find out about getting around Brighton

Reviews

21 November

4 Star Rating
Great!

28 June

5 Star Rating
Perfect for a hen weekend, very easy going, everything very close and lots of other hen and stags around which made a really good atmosphere. We chose to do 'dance with you hens' and cocktail making and meal at Revolutions. All come highly recommended. The dance activity was lots of fun, got everyone involved and our instructor, was excellent. The cocktail making was a good party starter and got us all giggling. Our two barmen were very brave taking on 23 women and really made the experience.

23 April

4.5 Star Rating
Brilliant Weekend - thank you!

17 March

4.5 Star Rating
Brighton is an awesome town featuring everything you could possibly need for a hen weekend. The hotel was clean, cosy and close to the town centre, the cocktail making was the highlight of the weekend and girls night out was an...experience. Loved it!

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