Arrived mid afternoon to a reception best described as indifferent. Nothing said about breakfast, services, internet, where to eat, basically here's your key and it's on the ground floor. What is it about Premier Inns and the disabled? maybe they just don't like them. too much bother perhaps. Good for business travellers but crap for tourists.
We've stayed in 4 in the last 6 months, but this was easily the worst. Lots of helpful bars but still a shower over the bath. On this occasion we did at least get a ground floor room, but the lowest bed imaginable, built for midgets, not even a full size double let alone the King size we see Mr Henry bouncing around on in the adverts. Luckily we carry spare pillows ourselves. You need them if you stay here. Pillow menu? non existent. 24 hour reception, only if we are not outside smoking. Drinks? No don't bother filling up the dispenser with water you might strain a muscle.
Coupled with more supreme indifference on check out - just leave the key there - making sure we don't get to discuss the 'full refund if you don't receive a guaranteed good night's sleep'. No chance mate. Clever stuff that. We will avoid them like the plague in future. And all for £ 75. Ripped off into the bargain.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking