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Big Premier Inn National Sale: e.g. Central London Westminster new "hub", £37 in November + many more London £29.50 areas not too far out, stay until 31 Dec 2016
Big Premier Inn National Sale: e.g. Central London Westminster new "hub", £37 in November + many more London £29.50 areas not too far out, stay until 31 Dec 2016

Big Premier Inn National Sale: e.g. Central London Westminster new "hub", £37 in November + many more London £29.50 areas not too far out, stay until 31 Dec 2016

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Email from Premier Inn, stated many rooms £35 and under. Well I had a quick check for Sunday 20 November (Sundays are usually cheapest in any hotel, anywhere), and the St. James Park Westminster hub (new generation) hotel is £37. Same night London Kingston, Kew Bridge, Harrow, Brentford, Uxbridge, Twickenham etc etc are all £29.50. All easy accessible and served by frequent tubes/trains taking under half an hour in many cases from central London.

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Thanks. I managed to book a weekend in Uxbridge at the start of December for £79.

I've just managed to half the cost of a 2 night stay we'd reserved - thanks

Looking for one in the Wirral area but can't find any around this price. Anyone know if the deal is London only?

Sim

Thanks. I managed to book a weekend in Uxbridge at the start of December … Thanks. I managed to book a weekend in Uxbridge at the start of December for £79.


I was looking at similar and found Travelodge Uxbridge much cheaper. Around £66 for 2 nights and regular promotions to bring the price down.

shabbird

I was looking at similar and found Travelodge Uxbridge much cheaper. … I was looking at similar and found Travelodge Uxbridge much cheaper. Around £66 for 2 nights and regular promotions to bring the price down.



I'd much rather pay £79 for premier inn than £66 for travelodge. You can't really compare them, they are different products.

FlyRyder

I'd much rather pay £79 for premier inn than £66 for travelodge. You c … I'd much rather pay £79 for premier inn than £66 for travelodge. You can't really compare them, they are different products.


Fair enough. Not stayed in a premier inn but have stayed at that travelodge earlier in the year.

Thanks, managed to book some nights at 50-60GBP/night at St James's Park in December

shabbird

Fair enough. Not stayed in a premier inn but have stayed at that … Fair enough. Not stayed in a premier inn but have stayed at that travelodge earlier in the year.


I will second that. Travelodge marginally better than a cardboard box. Ibis slightly higher up the food chain.
Premier Inn a class above for both rooms and staff.

Thank you, booked airport hotel room, we've found that Premier Inn is one of the few hotels who can accomodate 2 adults, 3 children in 1 room

Nothing for 31st December all booked

These deals are amazing! Thank you

Thanks booked a room near RAF conningsby

bonfire night in London £148 no thanks.
Edited by: "scunny" 26th Sep 2016

Do Premier Inn's allow 3 adults to sleep in 1 room? If you add 2 adults and children it gives you a family room but there is no option for 3 adults. Our son is 16 but has severe learning difficulties so can't have his own room. I know you can do this with Travelodge rooms and they have pull-out beds.

Mid-week @ Gatwick airport £72.00 NO DEAL here

Sim

Thanks. I managed to book a weekend in Uxbridge at the start of December … Thanks. I managed to book a weekend in Uxbridge at the start of December for £79.



For anyone considering Uxbridge, you may want to factor in these fares, based on a single journey to Piccadilly Circus: Oyster

Contactless
Peak : £5.10
Monday to Friday from 0630 to 0930.
Off Peak: £3.10
At all other times including public holidays.
Cash
£6.00
At any time.

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Gastronomix

For anyone considering Uxbridge, you may want to factor in these fares, … For anyone considering Uxbridge, you may want to factor in these fares, based on a single journey to Piccadilly Circus: OysterContactlessPeak : £5.10Monday to Friday from 0630 to 0930.Off Peak: £3.10At all other times including public holidays. Cash £6.00At any time.



​many people will buy a travelcard or use oyster and reach cap anyway while in london so this will make little or no difference to that. railcards (except two together) give 1/3 off off peak fares + two together holders can buy all day off peak zone 1-6 travelcard at 1/3 off

My favourite outer London one is Croydon Central. It's right next to the station, so you're at Victoria in 15 mins. I'd tried most of the others (Kew, Hammersmith, Kenton, Watford, Docklands etc) but this is by far the best I've found and it's usually sub £40 when I book.

Just booked 2 nights there again for £62 in late November.

Edited by: "techno12" 27th Sep 2016

Pezza2u

Do Premier Inn's allow 3 adults to sleep in 1 room? If you add 2 adults … Do Premier Inn's allow 3 adults to sleep in 1 room? If you add 2 adults and children it gives you a family room but there is no option for 3 adults. Our son is 16 but has severe learning difficulties so can't have his own room. I know you can do this with Travelodge rooms and they have pull-out beds.



yes, just book a family room. to be honest, when you book a "twin" room with Premier inn you tend to get a family room too.
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