Premier Lodge in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... and of course I can usually fit in a little jaunt around meadow hall itself. All the rooms at meadow hall have been re vamped so they are all nice and clean and the beds are gigantic. Heating in the rooms is an electric thermostatic controlled wall heater but they are very good and warm the room up quickly. Tea and coffee is provided and I noticed that there is a table in the reception next to the free internet monitors with baskets of biscuits and tea,coffee,sachets incase guests need to top up. Booking on line is very easy and we always get a quick freindly check in the staff are very nice and helpful. On one occassion there was on... more
Customer Premier Lodge in general Reviews (4)
by - written on 01/04/08 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I have to stay in sheffield every four weeks and always book with Premier Lodge either the one at the Arena or the one at Meadow Hall. I find them both very good and comfortable, the price being on an average of £54.00 per night for the two of us. I must admit though I do prefer the meadow hall location because it is right next door to TFI Fridays and that is another review, and of course I can usually fit in a little jaunt around meadow hall itself. All the rooms at meadow hall have been re vamped so they are all nice and clean and the beds are gigantic. Heating in the rooms is an electric thermostatic controlled wall heater but they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/03, updated on 21/06/03 (Useful, 183 readings)
If you want to know what goes on 'behind the scenes' then read on , we'll start our way from the top and work down to the bottom, from management to chambermaids. The management are, untrained, unqualified and disorganised. They have no people/management skills what so ever. They're only interest is theyre profit. More than often the managers are lazy, over weight and greedy individuals. They're only qualification is 'they're great at kissin arse'. The duty managers are even better at kissing arses because they've got more fat arses to kiss.They're job is to take crap off the management and give it to the house keeping ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/03, updated on 26/04/03 (Very useful, 664 readings)
We were getting rid of the kids!! Unfortunately not permanently, but a week at Easter with the grandparents is a week well accepted and enjoyed But what to do? A weekend in bed? Possible but unfortunately (and no reflection on Alan) it can get boring! A weekend in Paris or Venice? Guess what daft cos lost her passport? A secluded country cottage? Sorry, again too boring Clubbing in London? Been there, done that, and a club full of kiddies (aka Babybatties) and transvestites just doesn't do it for me anymore! Then I saw the advert on Telly, a new roller coaster, one of my favourite things, 'twas Nemesis Inferno at Thorpe Park! So what ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/03, updated on 01/11/04 (Useful, 2017 readings)
******************PLEASE READ BEFORE READING THE REVIEW******************** Now, after the Goffs Park, we have decided to stay at the Bristol Airport Premier Lodge, before our early morning flight from there this August (2004). The Bristol Airport one has the next generation Premier Lodge room, which we are hoping will be nice rather than the Goffs Park one. I'm confident we will be happy this time at Premier Lodge, so, I will be deleting this one soon, and be rating Premier Lodge 5 or 4 stars! OLD REVIEW (NEW ONE COMING IN A FEW MONTHS!) Now I have stayed at two Premier Lodges, the one I am writing avout is the one I didn't find very good- the ... Read the complete review
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