Booking a hotel? Enjoy 'A good night guaranteed' with Premier Inn.
Boutique hotels may be tasteful and fashionable right now, and it’s true that you can occasionally pick up a bargain, but you’ll be hard pushed to beat the value for money deals that hotel chains can offer.
Premier Inn is advertising rooms this autumn from £29 and it’s certainly one of the classier chains. Rooms are reasonably smart and spacious, and while there’s hanging space but no wardrobe, the Premier Inn is far from a bare bones facility. The bathrooms have powerful showers and a hairdryer is provided.
Depending on the hotel, you will often get discounted parking at a nearby car park, and a nice touch is the 'Fix-It Line' option on the telephone which allows you to report any faults in the room to Reception.
One of the treats of a hotel stay is breakfast, and although this is paid for separately at a cost of around £7.99, you can tuck into a buffet breakfast of croissants, fruit salad, cereal and hot food. What’s more, two children under 16 per paying adult eat free so the kids can fill up for the day.
You may find that the headline prices can be hard to find but expect to find a double room in the affordable £35 range. If you’re in need of a getaway break and looking for a comfortable bed, good hot shower and a hearty breakfast, Premier Inn hotels are a great option.