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Premier Inn, Hotel rooms for only £29.00!

£29.00 @ Premier Inn
If youre looking for a summer break that wont break the bank, look no further. For a limited time only, weve cut the prices at over 100 hotels across the UK. Book online, 21 days in advance and stay t… Read More
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If youre looking for a summer break that wont break the bank, look no further. For a limited time only, weve cut the prices at over 100 hotels across the UK. Book online, 21 days in advance and stay two nights between 9 July and 6 September at selected hotels to get a great value hotel break from just £29 a night*.

Advertised rates are room only inclusive of VAT. Rooms from £29 offer is available for minimum two night stays between 09.07.09 and 06.09.09 inclusive and must be booked online at least 21 days in advance of stay.
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#1
i used to like staying in these until my last few trips, nothing against this post but i will never sleep in one of these again.
#2
Bad experience Python?.
I stay in these at work and have never had a problem. A lot of them have now been refurbished.
#3
i LOVE premier inn. stayed in a few and they are AWESOME!!!
#4
I stay in these for work too and have to say they are far better than Travelodge in general.
#5
The website isn't very well setup to search for the cheap rooms though.
#6
i think travelodge are knocking the seven bells out of them and thats why they are promoting a reduction in price!

finally premier inn have caught on that during this economic crisis that its money that counts and not a prim and proper -rip off hotel!
suspended#7
I have used Premier Inn and in its various previous name before and still do . I find them cheap with rooms that are nicely decorated and sometimes even spacious.

My only quibble is the silly "A good night guaranteed" promise.

It states "We know you want your stay with us to be easy and hassle-free, that's why we have our Good Night Guarantee. We believe in our people doing a good job for you – in fact we're so confident, we'll give you your money back if you don't enjoy a good night's sleep – simple!".

..well perhaps not. You'd think a fire alarm going off in the early morning set off in their restaurant staff would trigger a complete refund of all room charges. The caos ensuing with people running around every which way but no staff there to organise the evacuation of what was quickly diagnosed as a false alarm even before the fire brigade got there.

Needless to say no one got a refund for the disturbed nights sleep and I can see no reason to offer this without clear T&C other than it sounds good.
#8
Biscuit
I have used Premier Inn and in its various previous name before and still do . I find them cheap with rooms that are nicely decorated and sometimes even spacious.

My only quibble is the silly "A good night guaranteed" promise.

It states "We know you want your stay with us to be easy and hassle-free, that's why we have our Good Night Guarantee. We believe in our people doing a good job for you – in fact we're so confident, we'll give you your money back if you don't enjoy a good night's sleep – simple!".

..well perhaps not. You'd think a fire alarm going off in the early morning set off in their restaurant staff would trigger a complete refund of all room charges. The caos ensuing with people running around every which way but no staff there to organise the evacuation of what was quickly diagnosed as a false alarm even before the fire brigade got there.

Needless to say no one got a refund for the disturbed nights sleep and I can see no reason to offer this without clear T&C other than it sounds good.


Did you ask for a refund?
I have had many refunds from them - no quibble.
suspended#9
Robbieeee2k
Did you ask for a refund?
I have had many refunds from them - no quibble.


Yes I asked for a refund and was told that none was available because it was an emergency. Like I said, it needs its own T&C otherwise you don't really know what a good nights sleep is in a Premier Inn
#10
these are only available at these locations
see link for details
http://www.premierinn.com/pti/newsArticle.do?newsId=29485
#11
booked fri, sat, sun in london for 29.00 a night - can't be bad!
#12
You have to book a minimum of 2 nights stay for the promo
#13
grrrrrrr edinburgh not on there, was hoping to get a cheap couple of nites for the fringe
#14
Frazzled
booked fri, sat, sun in london for 29.00 a night - can't be bad!


Where and what dates? I couldn't find any cheap deals. They were all like £70 each and etc..
#15
Just booked Fri 10th & Sat 11th July for £58 at Motherwell was £143 if I did not followthe link!!! FANTASTIC SAVING OF £85!! Great find, the beds in this one I know are extremely comfortable and the reception staff are really friendly.

THANKS!!!:-D
#16
Premier inns are great imo, nicely decorated, comfy enough etc.. One across the road from the Trafford centre is gorg! (Used to be Tulip)

Never seen an offer on them before either, and me and the fella love our random nights away... So on that note... i'm off to book!

Thanks OP :thumbsup:

xx
#17
Which simpleton has expired it.
#18
2 nights in a family room £58 - Bargain - get this UNEXPIRED!!!
#19
2 night stay at Heathrow Bath Road booked before our holiday for £58, very pleased with that
#20
Why is this expired, excellent deal, and still valid, just booked 2 nights blackpool east for august bank holiday £58.:thumbsup:
#21
Booked a Family Room for 2 nights in July in London for £58.00. This is an amazing deal. :thumbsup:
#22
Voted Hot, Thank You. Just booked London Hotel for £29 per night for a family of 4!
#23
friendlydave4u
Voted Hot, Thank You. Just booked London Hotel for £29 per night for a family of 4!


Which London hotel? What dates? I can't seem to get any cheap prices quoted!
#24
Biscuit
Yes I asked for a refund and was told that none was available because it was an emergency. Like I said, it needs its own T&C otherwise you don't really know what a good nights sleep is in a Premier Inn


If you write to their head office you will get a voucher at least for a free nights stay. The worst I got was a voucher that could be used at any Travel Inn or similar establishment. Had a free meal out at one of their restaurants:-)

I don't make a habit of complaining by the way - only if something doesn't conform - like someone elses hair in the plughole, or mould round the bath!
#25
Thanks so much for this deal - 3 nights in a family room in center of London (Docklands, Excel) over a weekend for £89!!!
#26
It worked for my family, tho' admittedly a year or two ago. We stayed one night at Newcastle, they couldn't supply additional pillows/bedding & the breakfast was poor - the wife made a fuss (nicely but firmly) & got a full refund, no quibble!


Biscuit
I have used Premier Inn and in its various previous name before and still do . I find them cheap with rooms that are nicely decorated and sometimes even spacious.

My only quibble is the silly "A good night guaranteed" promise.

It states "We know you want your stay with us to be easy and hassle-free, that's why we have our Good Night Guarantee. We believe in our people doing a good job for you – in fact we're so confident, we'll give you your money back if you don't enjoy a good night's sleep – simple!".

..well perhaps not. You'd think a fire alarm going off in the early morning set off in their restaurant staff would trigger a complete refund of all room charges. The caos ensuing with people running around every which way but no staff there to organise the evacuation of what was quickly diagnosed as a false alarm even before the fire brigade got there.

Needless to say no one got a refund for the disturbed nights sleep and I can see no reason to offer this without clear T&C other than it sounds good.

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