Premier Inn (Blackpool Central) Reviews
Description:Yeadon Way, South Shore, Blackpool, FY1 6BF.
Newest Review: ... as ours but it done the job and it was only a one night stay. The staff had made the cot up for us on arrival with blankets and everything, and we did arrive a little earlier than the specified time but they let us check in which was a bonus. We stayed on a Friday night and it just happened to be scorching hot which was great whilst we were out but when we tried getting asleep we found it ... more
Customer Premier Inn (Blackpool Central) Reviews (3)
by - written on 07/09/12 (Useful, 26 readings)
We booked this hotel during the school summer holidays and we were not disappointed. We managed to get a real bargain as we paid £49 in the premier inn sale for two adult, two children and one baby in a cot. Our bed was really conmfortable and I love the fact they now have a 'choose your pillow' choice. The girls did not think there bed was as comfortable as ours but it done the job and it was only a one night stay. The staff had made the cot up for us on arrival with blankets and everything, and we did arrive a little earlier than the specified time but they let us check in which was a bonus. We stayed on a Friday night and it just ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/10, updated on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 423 readings)
Blackpool is meant to have more hotel rooms in the town than in the whole of Portugal, the problem with having this level of choice is that it is daunting to know where to start to look when you want to choose a place to stay and horror stories about seaside landladies were very much at the forefront of my mind when I was thinking about accommodation. I planned to have a short break in the second week of the school holidays in April for one adult and two teenagers and needed a decent room in a safe and quiet hotel with on site parking so decided to book two nights at the Premier Inn located on Yeadon way for the cost of £50 per night. Premier Inn is the UK's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/09 (Very useful, 185 readings)
Blackpool is a place that is famous for its illuminations, and as a child of the west coast of Scotland, every autumn there have been day trips and short breaks available from my hometown to Blackpool for this visual feast. I have only ever been to Blackpool on day trips but really fancied seeing the illuminations for once in my life so on the spur of the moment, I decided to see if I could book a hotel with parking and go for a weekend. Eventually I settled upon the Premier Inn Blackpool Central, lured in by the fact it has a large free car park and the "central" in the hotel's title. ~~Location~~ The hotel is easy ... Read the complete review
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