Our flexibility means that you can book in the knowledge that, if Covid affects your plans, we can change the location and/or the event date at no extra fee. We can even postpone the event date indefinitely if your wedding date needs to change but you don’t yet have a new one.
Organising a stag do can be a very stressful business. All our customers get their own personal stag do manager, who will be able to give you advice on what will work best for your group, is on hand to answer any questions you may have, and make sure the stag do is a complete success.
When you submit an enquiry, we create your own personal stag do area. You can view and edit your event, invite guests, see who paid what and when, get maps, directions and a whole host of other things to make your life simple!
Beautiful but also full of seedy old men.
Marbella was great. Weather wasn't overly kind to us, but even still it was a quality holiday. It is very expensive if your eating/drinking out. A cocktail will easily set you back £9. But on the other hand it is very upmarket and classy. Having said that come the evening theres alot of hookers/whores all over the place so if this isn't your cup of tea keep an eye out!
Everything you could want for a stag do.
Marbella’s a magnet for wealth and glamour – and not the understated kind. Everything, everywhere is all about being seen in the right places at the right time by the right people. But if you like a bit of glitz, glamorous girls, fantastic clubs and bars, hordes of beautiful people and you’re right at home looking tanned and toned on the beach, Marbella is the smartest place to party on the Costa del Sol.
Marbella:it is a truly amazing destination for stag dos and the feedback from the groups is always incredible. The nightlife boasts some of the world’s most cutting-edge rooftop bars, clubs and of course DJ’s. By day you can soak up the sun at cool beach clubs and cocktail bars in the port, whilst watching millionaires’ yachts and lambos go by.
For your opening night I’d suggest doing a bar crawl to get a feel for the port, particularly the backline where you’ll find drinks deals at bars like Linekers and Bijoux. When you’re suitably slaughtered you can venture into more punchy pads like News Café and Pangea, where the prices are notably more steep. But by that point you’ll probably only be topping up!
For your second day you can’t go to Marbella without witnessing a beach club, and for that I’d have to go with Sala By The Sea. The incredible Buddha-themed concept carries through to their food and cocktails, and there’s even a pool to dive into when things get a bit hot!
When you’ve seen enough of the port, head to Marbella Old Town. My pick for the super clubs there would be Momento. It sets the bar in Costa Del Sol clubbing and screams celebrity from the second you walk through the door.