Premier Inn in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... I initially thought they would be extremely basic and not very pleasing on the eye. In all the ones that we have used we have been sent sat nav directions ny email and text which is handy, we have been greeted warmly by reception staff (which is more than I can say for some hotels with a higher star rating) our rooms have always been ready on arrival (again rivaling some other hotels). We always find the rooms to be very clean, spacious, bathrooms are adequate, hairdryer, good strong power showers. Plenty of hanging/drawer space, comfortable bed, kids are happy with their pop up beds if they come along. Bedding is nice and clean, stai... more
Customer Premier Inn in General Reviews (33)
by - written on 03/08/12 (Useful, 105 readings)
Have now stayed at a few in various parts of the country, we receive their £29 per room offers by email and just have a look to see where we fancy going next for a quick on or two nights stay. At £29 I initially thought they would be extremely basic and not very pleasing on the eye. In all the ones that we have used we have been sent sat nav directions ny email and text which is handy, we have been greeted warmly by reception staff (which is more than I can say for some hotels with a higher star rating) our rooms have always been ready on arrival (again rivaling some other hotels). We always find the rooms to be very clean, spacious, bathrooms are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/12 (Somewhat useful, 19 readings)
I have stayed at a fair few Premier Inn hotels all over the country, usually just for one or two nights. They are well located for access to city and town centres, and normally have their own free parking available (although some hotels, like the ones in parts of London) have a car park close by, but you have to pay. The rooms are very simple, but effective, with all of the amenities that you need - tea/coffee/biscuits, telly, hairdryer, etc. Decor is again quite basic but you are not going to spend hours and hours in the room, so it doesn't really matter what is on the walls! Never found any of them that were dirty - always clean and well turned out. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/11 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Although my girlfriend has moved down to Stoke now, when she used to travel down from Liverpool we would often stay at a hotel to get a bit of time to ourselves as I still live with my parents. Now, in Stoke accomodation options are pretty limited, with most people wanting to stay in a hotel for just one night whilst visiting Alton Towers. So, for a reasonably priced option which I knew was likely to be smart inside as it's a relatively new hotel I booked us into Premier Inn on the Trentham Estate using their online booking service. Booking The booking process at Premier Inn appeared like it would be relatively simple, I entered the arrival ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Well, I am just back from a two night stay at the Premier Inn on Southampton Road in Fareham which is near Portsmouth. My husband had some business in the area to which I decided to 'tag along' - I did not book the hotel until the day before - but I did not realise that this wouldn't get it me any cheaper where Premier Inns are concerned - I paid £131.00 for two nights. Now I have to be honest, normally with this type of thing I wait until a couple of days before and then book through laterooms - I can get cashback through an affiliate site, and usually get a bargain price - I have stayed at some really luxurious boutique hotels for the same price of £65 that I paid for . Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/11 (Very useful, 101 readings)
The week before Christmas we travelled to rugby to visit family. We decided with there being 5 of us 2 adults and 3 children it would be best to book a hotel. On shopping around we found we could not find anywhere that had rooms for a family of 5. Premier Inn had a special £29 a room per night promotion on so I decided to give them a call and ask if we brought a cot for our son who was 6 months old would it be ok for the 5 of us to stay. I spoke to a friendly women who said this would be fine they would even provide the cot but we decided on taking our own travel cot. We arrived around 8 pm on the said day and found a parking space very close to the ... Read the complete review
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