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We stayed here twice for several days while visiting family locally and traveling. It is well located next to the Putney Bridge tube station and on Putney High St. where you can find numerous coffee shops and restaurants, take a left across the bridge... There...More
This hotel is fabulous, the staff are helpful, friendly & Jolly the comfort and appearance of the room was excellent and also very very clean. Although the building from the outside is not all that attractive as such the interior is excellent. I rate this...More
Initial view- awful exterior, but then all the reviewers already acknowledge this
Reception - ok, however the receptionist was just awful. Our booking was done via work and she just couldn't find it regardless of saying the company name. She waited such a long time...More
The location is great. Handy for public transport. The actually hotel is a little dated building wise, thought the bar and restaurant fairly small. Staff on reception very inattentive when we went to check in, maybe something to do with the budget price they charge???...More
Visit Putney premier inn regularly whilst working at events in London. It's well located and only a 5 min walk to the tube. Great views over the Thames and Putney Bridge and the whole place is clean and well maintained. The bar is well stocked...More
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We have stayed there many times and always managed to get a space but sometimes the last one. The only spaces that can be booked are for the disabled and there is only 2 of those I think. The car park is very tight but can... More
We have stayed there many times and always managed to get a space but sometimes the last one. The only spaces that can be booked are for the disabled and there is only 2 of those I think. The car park is very tight but can take maybe 25ish cars max at full capacity some in the middle yard and some on the side bit. If you look at some of the photos on Tripad you can see what I mean. You approach the car park at the back of the Premier Inn and sometimes the sign will say full when it isn't so we usually take a ticket and drive in and check for ourselves. Most visitors come by tube/train and in the week there are a lot of white vans staying overnight which of course eases over the weekend so you may well be lucky on a Friday. We usually try and arrive about 2pm so that some cars have left on checkout at 12 and some don't arrive until after 6pm but there is no guarantee obviously that this will work. It's £18 a day to park there, but this is London, and there is another car park around the corner but we've never parked there and I think it was more expensive and a dark underground car park where we didn't want to leave our soft-top. Hope this helps. Reception on-site (not central reservations) may give you more information about other local car parks - they are very helpful usually. Good luck!