Premier Travel Inn (Manchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... and they helped me with check in as it was my first time of staying there they explained everything that we needed to know such as the check in process which only took 5minutes to our card key. The staff member also said if we needed anything all we had to do was ask as there a 24hour reception service. Now the rooms were lovely nice clean and tidy, you god fresh towels everyday which were nice and sofa they even provided us with a shower/hair shampoo which did smell really nice I thought that this was a very nice touch as it saves guests bring their own and it did wash my hair and body nicely. There is a bath and shower which is good ... more
Customer Premier Travel Inn (Manchester) Reviews (3)
by - written on 10/08/11, updated on 10/08/11 (Useful, 13 readings)
I stayed at premiere inn on a 3night stay in Manchester, my expectations wasn't too high as it was so cheap, as everyone knows you can get the £29 a night deal which is what I managed to get for the 3 nights which was for 2 people I was just amazed as when I arrived it was in proximity of everywhere it was a 10minute walk from the train station, shops and only 5minutes from restaurants and from the bus station I was really amazed at how close it was to everything for such a low price. On arrival I was greeted very politely and they helped me with check in as it was my first time of staying there they explained everything that we needed to know such as the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
I recently stayed one night at the Premier Travel Inn at Hyde Manchester (approximately fifteen miles from the centre of Manchester) when I visited the city to see the David Haye vs John Ruiz Heavyweight World Boxing Fight. From start to finish I was nothing other than impressed by the Premier Travel Inn. To start with, we arrived a couple of hours earlier than anticipated, at midday. Our rooms weren't supposed to be ready until 2pm, but after enquiring at the reception they were ready for us straight away, which was fantastic as we could get changed quickly and make it to the pub in time to see the Manchester United and Chelsea game! After a brief ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/08 (Very useful, 548 readings)
My friend and I had booked tickets to see Will Young in concert and as a Travel Agent I always seem to get lumbered with the travel arrangements such as the hotel, this time though I wanted something close to the event that was warm and cheerful and we would be able to walk to and from the venue. I normally stay at the Travelodge on Deansgate but this time it was all booked up and I didn't fancy trying to get a taxi at the end of the concert or walking for miles in heels either so I had a look on the Travel Inn website only to discover it had rebranded as the Premier Travel Inn. ~**Brief Update**~ Travel Inn and Premier Lodge recently merged to ... Read the complete review
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