Premier Inn (Glenrothes) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Drive, just off a busy roundabout opposite the large Amazon warehouse. However, as it is set quite a way back off the roundabout and away from the roadside, it is fairly quiet. I was actually quite surprised at just how quiet it was to be honest. Also despite having driven over the roundabout a number of times on previous visits to Glenrothes, I had never actually noticed the Premier Inn, as it isn't exactly right next to the roundabout, so you can be confident that traffic noise is not an issue when staying at this hotel. We found the hotel fairly easily following the directions provided on the website and of course being familiar with the... more
Customer Premier Inn (Glenrothes) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/08/11 (Very useful, 91 readings)
On a recent drive up to Inverness, we decided to stay overnight on both the journey up and again on the way back down, just to break it up a little. Although we could have managed the drive without a stop-over, I was tempted by the fact it is possible to book some Premier Inn rooms for as little as £29 if booked a month in advance and by breaking the journey up we would not be as tired. Although we have stayed in Glenrothes before, this has always been at the Holiday Inn Express and not the Premier Inn. It would have been possible to book a room at the Holiday Inn Express for the date we required, but as the Premier Inn was also available at £29 which was ... Read the complete review
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