I love the fact that this hotel appears luxurious and upmarket whilst still retaining the low prices and good value of the usual Premier Inn. Each room is provided with a card informing guests that although it is a Premier Inn, the aim was to maintain the features of the previous hotel, which are fantastic! The rooms are slightly bigger than a usual Premier Inn room and have lovely decor; the wallpaper, bedhead, wardrobe, etc. are all very modern. I'm not going to lie, the hotel doesn't look up to much from the outside but once you step inside it's totally different. Some rooms have balconies but unfortunately we were on the side of the building that didn't have them. If you're lucky you'll get a room with a sea view. We were in room 216 and just about had a sea view, and a rather prominent view of the Pavilion car park also. You may want to take some blu-tac with you as the curtains in our room had a substantial gap down either side and as the hotel's on a busy street, lots of light pours in and this kept us awake on the first night. One thing I wasn't overly keen on was the lack of privacy you get in the bathroom. The door to the bathroom is a glass door, but it is translucent so you can see silhouettes through it and there is about an inch gap at the top and bottom. Also, there is no lock or even catch on the door so you just have to pull it shut and hope it stays there. One more thing I found was that each night I was kept awake by a whirring noise which almost sounded like a washing machine. This may have just been the heating in the room above/below/next door and my boyfriend said he didn't notice it so I think it just depends how astute you are to things like that. Apart from that our room was absolutely lovely and for £68 for 2 nights you can't go wrong. The hotel is so close to everything, the centre, the BIC, the seafront, and you'll never get bored or go hungry with the amount of attractions and restaurants around. The hotel is also literally just doors away from an Odeon cinema which comes in handy for late night showings! We will definitely stay here again one day.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This magnificent art deco hotel is a stone's throw away from the sea front. Local to major transport links (road, rail, bus and air). Walking distance to: 7 miles of award-winning beaches, Bournemouth town centre, Pavilion, Pier, B.I.C, Gardens and great night life.Our Bournemouth Central Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room and an integrated restaurant serving a mix of traditional and contemporary dishes. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Premier Inn Bournemouth Central Hotel Bournemouth
- Bournemouth Premier Inn