Travel Inn in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... looked around for a while and then about 9am I saw the Premier Inn near to the Barbican in Plymouth - Lockyers Quay. I have to admit it came as a shock when I found the price was £70 per night, but still I was getting desperate and needed something. It is very well situated, close to the city centre, the historic barbican, the sea front and to night clubs, a vue cinema and plenty of eating areas. I have been to Hilton Hotels a few times and spent 7 weeks many years ago at a 3* hotel in Bristol with a previous employer, but I was shocked at the condition of the room - it was excellent. It was a family room with double bed and pull out sin... more
Customer Travel Inn in general Reviews (14)
by - written on 25/07/09 (Very useful, 56 readings)
It seems only fitting that writing my review of Premier Travel Inn be my 100th, as my visit back in August of 2008 was the end of the old life and beginning of the new! I had organised to drive up to Coventry and bring my partner (Sue) and her daughter down to Plymouth to start our new life together, and had entered into a private tenancy agreement to start the following day (if the landlord got back from his holiday)! I'd been living for about 2 weeks with my son in his council owned flat and planned to pick Sue up so that we could move straight in, but like everything else things didn't go to plan. Luckily, I only needed to sort 1 night ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/09 (Useful, 13 readings)
As all our relatives live at one of the country, and we live at the other, we've spent a bit of time over the years driving the length of Britain north to south and back again, and since the arrival of our sprog, it's been necessary to break up the stay by spending the night in a motel - having tried going 'off-road' to various good and worse, not-so-good B&Bs mid-way in the Lake District, we now always choose to stay in a Travel Inn. The great advantage of Travel Inns is of course that they're geared up for passing traffic - most are on or very near motorways or A-roads; some in or near city centres. Their website is easy to use - with a clickable map ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/09 (Very useful, 115 readings)
This is a review of the Premier Travel Inn chain in general, not of any specific branch. The reason for this is that we have stayed at a number of Travel Inns across the country over the years. The chain is also known as Travel Inn and Premier Inn.....but they are one and the same. They are part of Whitbread. Travel Inns are one of a number of similar chains offering basic but comfortable accommodation across the UK designed for one or two night stays to break up your journey when you are travelling - the modern "Motel". Branches are found throughout the UK and Ireland, as well as in India and Dubai (if you are travelling a little ... Read the complete review
by Alison Adams - written on 24/01/07, updated on 24/01/07
I have recently begun to travel alone, on business. I have chosen to use the Premier group of hotels for a number of reasons: the familiarity of the room layout and consistent high standard of cleanliness makes it easier to settle in quickly; the absence of Sky/satellite TV - which initially was a disappointment -is actually a bonus as I donít stay up all night watching junk instead of sleeping; the separate breakfast charge means I donít pay for a breakfast I rarely have and finally as a woman travelling alone I notice that they do seem to take personal safety quite seriously eg not putting single women travellers on ground floor if possible and deadlocks on doors. And Read the complete review
by are engum, norway - written on 28/11/06
My letter to Hotelconnect: My live-in and I spent the weekend in Amsterdam 19-22 October, 2006. We followed a link to Hotelconnect.co.uk from Sterling.no where we bought our plane tickets. As Sterling is a low-price airline and your company advertised with lowest possible prices we made a quick booking after looking at the web pictures of the Hotel. Upon arrival at the hotel we find ourselves having paid aprox. 125 Euros per night through your company, for a product the hotel itself advertised at 85 Euros per night. We were then given an incredible small AND intensely smoke-smelling room worth of 85 Euros. The young clerk apologized for this, but ... Read the complete review
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