Premier Travel Inn (Ashford North, Kent) Reviews
Newest Review: ... to get a key and go to my room. You can expect a longer check in around 5 to 6pm on Mondays when reps and other travelling workers such as myself come crashing through the door. There are 61 rooms with rooms 1 to 30 on the ground floor and the rest upstairs. To get to your room there are some stairs on both floors as the block steps downwards away from reception. The hotel seem to know me and for some reason always give me room no. 61, which means I go upstairs and the down and couple of steps to get to my room at the very back of the hotel. There are 3 disabled rooms and I assume that these are on the ground floor before the ground floor s... more
Customer Premier Travel Inn (Ashford North, Kent) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/03/07 (Very useful, 366 readings)
This Premier Travel Inn (PTI) hotel is on the northern outskirts of Ashford just off the A20 to Lenham and is only 2 1/2 miles from junction 9 of the M20. This hotel has two storeys high with a good sized outside car park for 128 vehicles. The outside lighting is good and the shrubbery around the hotel is well maintained. The entrance is at ground level and as I recall there is a ramped entrance. Bookings for this hotel can be via the Internet or over the telephone. The web site is www.premiertravelinn.com and the central reservations telephone number is 0870 242 8000. For this hotel the direct line is 0870 977 018 and the fax line is 01233 713945. As I use my ... Read the complete review
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