New Premier Inn Heathrow Terminal 4 lots of rooms £29 per night
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New Premier Inn Heathrow Terminal 4 lots of rooms £29 per night

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Found 25th Apr 2017
Update - sorry, not sure why the link isn't working, I've tried to edit it. You can just go to the premier Inn website. This is the link I'm using premierinn.com/gb/…tml

New Premier Inn opening at Heathrow Terminal 4, connected to the terminal by a walk way so no need for expense of hoppa bus. Lots of dates £29 through the summer.
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    Scam?
    spam Tristan Colombet\x0922 Alan Turing Street is generating web traffic to a domain for sale. Mod please change the link.
    Edited by: "nougat" 25th Apr 2017
    No. It's not a scam or spam. The UK's most trusted frequent flyer/hotel reviews website Headforpoints Robert posted it.
    starbidder

    No. It's not a scam or spam. The UK's most trusted frequent flyer/hotel … No. It's not a scam or spam. The UK's most trusted frequent flyer/hotel reviews website Headforpoints Robert posted it.


    Maybe; but it does 'appear' that way. It seems exactly the same deals are posted on the Premier Inn website, so may as well book directly with them!

    Ah, thanks for the updated direct link 10islane, heat . . .
    Edited by: "Sunrayho" 25th Apr 2017
    spam.com and toast pls sir
    The link points to a registered domain, but with no website on it??? Wth
    Should be here?
    http://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/greater-london/london/london-heathrow-airport-terminal-4.html
    Link doesn't work now hotdeals have redirected it somewhere stupid

    Edited by: "jasee" 25th Apr 2017
    Come on mods wake up it's 9:15 am
    just go to Premier Inn site and search - dates in August too !
    £65 in early july
    waterloo

    £65 in early july



    I can find £29.50 on 19 days in July. It hasn't been suggested that every single day will have £29.50 rooms, just that on many, many days you can find them.
    Edited by: "loftus" 25th Apr 2017
    Banned
    jasee

    The link points to a registered domain, but with no website on it??? … The link points to a registered domain, but with no website on it??? WthShould be here?http://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/greater-london/london/london-heathrow-airport-terminal-4.htmlLink doesn't work now hotdeals have redirected it somewhere stupid



    Premier Inn doesn't pay commission but 3rd parties do - Thats why - The Typo hasnt helped tho lol
    Sunday 20th August Family room (2adults,1child) £29.50
    loftus

    I can find £29.50 on 19 days in July. It hasn't been suggested that every … I can find £29.50 on 19 days in July. It hasn't been suggested that every single day will have £29.50 rooms, just that on many, many days you can find them.


    Thanks only checked my date i need, so checked again most dates exceprt july 4th are £29 or £34 :(.
    Bath Road is also £29.50 for some dates.
    Used the hotel in March & its a good hotel for under £30!
    You can get the Hoppa Bus to any Heathrow Terminal for £4.50
    Just grabbed one for early sept, an off peak train+hotel is less than the cost of a cab.

    hex and tube(with oyster/contactless) are free between terminals.
    There's no parking or drop off at this new hotel which will likely be an issue for some travellers.
    I wouldn't stay at another premier inn after they put me on a floor where every single smoke/fire detectors were covered and fire extinguishers used to hold open fire doors. they were painting rooms in the corridor. shocking customer services where they were not even interested in moving me to another floor, even though i passed the reception later and someone asked to move from a room on a different floor which they got without hesitation.
    Is it practical to use as a base for visiting London?
    jackiefarrell

    Is it practical to use as a base for visiting London?


    Not unless you drive and then charged for parking as well
    Mulva42

    Not unless you drive and then charged for parking as well


    No parking at the hotel apparently but it should be easy to find free roadside overnight parking nearby. But it's a bit far to drive and you really get hammered with parking charges in London.
    It's well over an hour to London by train (underground)
    toonarmani

    There's no parking or drop off at this new hotel which will likely be an … There's no parking or drop off at this new hotel which will likely be an issue for some travellers.


    I can't see how their can be no drop off! It must be possible, you must be able to get into or out of the hotel, it's not in the duty free zone
    will probably be used by working girls at these prices lol won't be so new afterwards
    jasee

    I can't see how their can be no drop off! It must be possible, you must … I can't see how their can be no drop off! It must be possible, you must be able to get into or out of the hotel, it's not in the duty free zone



    Looks like it's inside the Southern perimeter of Heathrow, so might explain the restriction.

    Also, from checking Google Maps, looks like it's double yellow lines outside the hotel.
    Do Premier Inn charge the same rate for double and family rooms even though you could potentially have 3 more people in the family room?
    There is no parking or drop off at this hotel. no good if your not using the airport!
    thorthemighty

    Do Premier Inn charge the same rate for double and family rooms even … Do Premier Inn charge the same rate for double and family rooms even though you could potentially have 3 more people in the family room?


    yes
    I'll park your car for you, we use secure local car parks *cough*
    toonarmani

    Looks like it's inside the Southern perimeter of Heathrow, so might … Looks like it's inside the Southern perimeter of Heathrow, so might explain the restriction.Also, from checking Google Maps, looks like it's double yellow lines outside the hotel.



    Using your link follow map up to, Cains Lane, free parking like 5 mins walk.
    There is the Ibis Heathrow which has free breakfast included for £25 on their Accor happy Mondays offer. Only thing they have to be booked only Mon & Tue and 2 weeks in advance max.
    Mulva42

    I wouldn't stay at another premier inn after they put me on a floor where … I wouldn't stay at another premier inn after they put me on a floor where every single smoke/fire detectors were covered and fire extinguishers used to hold open fire doors. they were painting rooms in the corridor. shocking customer services where they were not even interested in moving me to another floor, even though i passed the reception later and someone asked to move from a room on a different floor which they got without hesitation.


    You're wasting your time on this thread then.
    Mulva42

    I wouldn't stay at another premier inn after they put me on a floor where … I wouldn't stay at another premier inn after they put me on a floor where every single smoke/fire detectors were covered and fire extinguishers used to hold open fire doors. they were painting rooms in the corridor. shocking customer services where they were not even interested in moving me to another floor, even though i passed the reception later and someone asked to move from a room on a different floor which they got without hesitation.



    What was their response to your complaint(s)? How was it resolved (compensation)?
    Henlans

    There is no parking or drop off at this hotel. no good if your not … There is no parking or drop off at this hotel. no good if your not using the airport!



    No drop off? Helipad?
    jinkssick

    Using your link follow map up to, Cains Lane, free parking like 5 mins … Using your link follow map up to, Cains Lane, free parking like 5 mins walk.


    True,but might be tad difficult crossing the A30 with all your luggage.:|
    johnsmith1997

    True,but might be tad difficult crossing the A30 with all your luggage.:|



    Ahahahaha I thought the link provided that showed the renovated building was of the 'new' Travelodge.
    jinkssick

    Ahahahaha I thought the link provided that showed the renovated building … Ahahahaha I thought the link provided that showed the renovated building was of the 'new' Travelodge.


    You are right it is.
    I went past there Easter Sunday and it has already been built.
    jeczap

    What was their response to your complaint(s)? How was it resolved … What was their response to your complaint(s)? How was it resolved (compensation)?



    ​because it was a company booking they received the booking back around 360. I got a voucher to use at any of their restaurants. £40 I think it was. raised with resolve group who managed the communication side of the complaint. Pi said they were investigating internally which I am not sure ever happened.
    termite

    You're wasting your time on this thread then.



    ​im so glad you find it funny
    termite

    You're wasting your time on this thread then.



    ​im so glad you find it funny.
    toonarmani

    Looks like it's inside the Southern perimeter of Heathrow, so might … Looks like it's inside the Southern perimeter of Heathrow, so might explain the restriction.Also, from checking Google Maps, looks like it's double yellow lines outside the hotel.


    Where does it say there is no drop off? Website gives directions to hotel by car, so that would be pointless if you can't park or drop off? There may be a drop off point behind the double yellow lines if this diagram is correct?
    http://cms.thearoragroup.com/includes/images/cinemas/bc1a2def379071d80b88023fc8af7d8c.jpg
    Derek_Duval

    Where does it say there is no drop off? Website gives directions to hotel … Where does it say there is no drop off? Website gives directions to hotel by car, so that would be pointless if you can't park or drop off? There may be a drop off point behind the double yellow lines if this diagram is correct?



    Looks like they've amended the description on their website as it stated both no parking or drop off previously.
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