Premier Inn Leeds City Centre North (Leeds) Reviews
Description:Address: Hepworth Point / Clay Pit Lane / Leeds LS2 8BQ
Newest Review: ... you reach the end of all of the shops (near Morrisons, for those of you who know Leeds) and before the Universities. It's a relatively new building, perhaps only six months old, and that's certainly noticeable even from a distance with a slick black exterior (as opposed to the classic purple colour). It towers up many floors, but doesn't quite match the Plaza and Sky Plaza that partner it. ... more
Customer Premier Inn Leeds City Centre North (Leeds) Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/08/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Whenever I or my partner goes away, the first place we look for accommodation is Premier Inn. Recently, I had to head to Leeds to pick up my work & feedback from my second year at University, and attend a compulsory tutorial regarding my final year - so the missus and I decided to make a nice weekend of it, considering we weren't going on holiday this year. We stayed from Friday to Sunday, so two nights, at Premier Inn Leeds City Centre North. Leeds is regarded as the third 'biggest' city (taking physical size, population and economic importance into account), and is often labelled 'Little London'. I personally feel that the latter statement is a load of ... Read the complete review
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