Premier Inn £35 Rooms 1st May to 23rd July
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Premier Inn £35 Rooms 1st May to 23rd July

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Found 16th Apr 2015
Just received this from Premier Inn...

125,000 rooms at £35 available from 1st May to the 23rd July, including the bank holiday weekends.

Don't forget free Wifi too now...

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And don't forget the bargain family breakfast!

Eat-as-much-as-you-like/can for £8.95...AND..."Up to two under-16s eat breakfast for free when one adult orders a full Premier Inn Breakfast".

Not quite as good as when it was only £7.95, but a family feast for under £18. INCLUDING all drinks and all the 'Continental' cakes and pastries.

£8.95 for breakfast can never be considered a "bargain"

Find a local supermarket - lets be honest you are never far from one in the UK - get a bag of cereal fruit etc and you are sorted for far far less.

Shame also that the £29 rooms have now become £35 - guess that's the cost of providing slow as anything broadband!

Meh Saturday prices still sky high.
Notts is around £88 a night

Smidster

£8.95 for breakfast can never be considered a "bargain"Find a local … £8.95 for breakfast can never be considered a "bargain"Find a local supermarket - lets be honest you are never far from one in the UK - get a bag of cereal fruit etc and you are sorted for far far less. Shame also that the £29 rooms have now become £35 - guess that's the cost of providing slow as anything broadband!



Thankyou for your contribution to the website.

cant see much at above price
very limited choices

Got excited for a moment, but a Saturday night in June hasn't changed.

London rooms cost the earth still.

Joke.

Yeah not much cheaper for a Friday/Saturday night in Edinburgh still well over £200 come on give us some real deals!!

Smidster

£8.95 for breakfast can never be considered a "bargain"Find a local … £8.95 for breakfast can never be considered a "bargain"Find a local supermarket - lets be honest you are never far from one in the UK - get a bag of cereal fruit etc and you are sorted for far far less. Shame also that the £29 rooms have now become £35 - guess that's the cost of providing slow as anything broadband!

No I'd rather live a little.

Stop worrying about price and use the good night sleep guarantee!!
If you don't have good night's sleep you get refund

Best prices are usually Sunday-Thursday.

Banned

IT REALLY CHUCKLES ME, EVERYTIME I stay with a prem inn I grumble about my kip and they scramble to reiburse my monies. its a farce but a nice earner

Little to be had. Seems like a plot to drive traffic to their site. Zero anywhere near london.

Meh.

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2muchmonth

IT REALLY CHUCKLES ME, EVERYTIME I stay with a prem inn I grumble about … IT REALLY CHUCKLES ME, EVERYTIME I stay with a prem inn I grumble about my kip and they scramble to reiburse my monies. its a farce but a nice earner



Bet your family's really proud of you

Wetherspoons breakfast - £2.99. Forget the Premier INN.

Banned

Smidster

£8.95 for breakfast can never be considered a "bargain"Find a local … £8.95 for breakfast can never be considered a "bargain"Find a local supermarket - lets be honest you are never far from one in the UK - get a bag of cereal fruit etc and you are sorted for far far less. Shame also that the £29 rooms have now become £35 - guess that's the cost of providing slow as anything broadband!


Or even better just plunge your arm into the bins outside and pull out anything that feels like food

2muchmonth

IT REALLY CHUCKLES ME, EVERYTIME I stay with a prem inn I grumble about … IT REALLY CHUCKLES ME, EVERYTIME I stay with a prem inn I grumble about my kip and they scramble to reiburse my monies. its a farce but a nice earner


I dunno, it's one thing to grab a bargain and then quite another to behave like that. I don't think boasting about it would redeem you to the masses either.

Very cold. London rooms still sky high.

WillieGallimore

Or even better just plunge your arm into the bins outside and pull out … Or even better just plunge your arm into the bins outside and pull out anything that feels like food



Or kill two birds with one stone (and eat them) erm no, kill two birds with one stone and kip down in the same bins. WTF do you suggest we do with a box of cereal walking along the street? Eat it like rabbit food in handfuls or pour a pint of milk into the box?

£8.95 for unlimited breakfast for parent and child is indeed a bargain.- eat all you like hot & cold and unlimited juice/coffee/tea - oh and cereals. Or go to a supermarket and buy - what was it- oh forget it, it is a daft idea

Always stay in a premier inn once a month and always manage to get a cheap room anyways....great price for a great nights sleep ( if your lucky enough to get a cheap room in your area

just got one £35 in Belfast plenty going

Used to work for Premier Inn sales, quickly learnt that with any of these offers, you need to book far from anything central of anywhere interesting. Also most often it's only on weekdays.

Can recommend Hanger Lane in London, which is usually cheaper than central London hotels. Is next to a tube, 20 mins on the central line to central London.

£8.95 breakfast includes 2 kids for free so bargain if you have kids.

Hardly anything for half term unless you want to go to Bradford

Not avail where I need

countryreport

Used to work for Premier Inn sales, quickly learnt that with any of these … Used to work for Premier Inn sales, quickly learnt that with any of these offers, you need to book far from anything central of anywhere interesting. Also most often it's only on weekdays.



I think you missed and on a Sunday... Friday / Sat's forget it.

LesD

Thankyou for your contribution to the website.



I agree! We go to the local supermarket too or book holiday inn express when they are on offer. They have free breakfast. plus hotels bit better.

8.95 for breakfast.... Bargain
Me and my two sons eat for less than £9
Supermarket
£2 cereal
£.70 milk
£2 croissants
£3? Coffee tea
£??? Fruit juice
£9?? Hot breakfast for 3
Cheaper I don t think so

Edited by: "williamw11" 17th Apr 2015

I'm laying comfortably in a Prem Inn bed as I type, my fourth with the family since October, Manchester, Strattford, Boreham Wood and now Chester, each one has cost £35 for myself, my wife and two boys. I've found every stay great value for money, hotels are clean and comfortable and the breakfast I find personally is great value as for a family of four we pay £18, which for all you can eat and drink is superb value. Yes you can go to supermarket and spend less, however you could also save the £35 room fee and sleep in a cardboard box suppose! ..... And as for trying to swindle the 'good nights sleep' offer, I guess it's your prerogative , that not for our family, they always respect us sonim turn we respect them back.

Ps try Borehamwood prem in, 5 mins from Edgware tube, £4 to park at tube carpark all day and 20 mins on tube into central London. Easy. And that carpark is Sainsburys so if you are desperate enough to want to save a couple more quid you can walk around with a box of cornflakes in your hand as the wife pours the milk in !!!!

Just booked a night in glasgow for when I'm off to see john legend. Thanks for the heads up!

£95 for 2 nights in Edinburgh is a bargain. Last time went stayed in a grotty hotel for 1 night at same price. Heat from me

There's no guarantee at all to get a good night sleep in their hotel. We stayed in a one a while ago, the person upstairs was very noisy all night so we hardly got any sleep at all. We didn't get our money back either after we complained to the hotel.

is it much better than travelodge?

JC82

is it much better than travelodge?



Flexible (ie. cancel at late notice) rate at the Birmingham Bullring Travelodge is typically £51, at the Premier Inn 150 yds away it appears to be somewhere between £82-£93. Vote with your wallet...

yeah i've stayed at the travelodge near work and is really clean and nice (£39 a night) the premier inn is about £79

Premier Inn is over priced these days. People forget they can look elsewhere

Hot from me, managed to get a room at ,manchester Trafford centre for £35 for a family room in August on a Saturday night., as we are going to an event near there so this is exactly what we needed. we also have stayed in premier inn many times and find the rooms very comfortable, so absolutel bargain. We also find the breakfast well worth every penny.

curtis_daniel

I dunno, it's one thing to grab a bargain and then quite another to … I dunno, it's one thing to grab a bargain and then quite another to behave like that. I don't think boasting about it would redeem you to the masses either.


In fairness, he didn't say he was rude, demanding or aggressive. I took it as,
they asked "How did you sleep"
he went "Not too great"
them "Here have a refund"

might be good for an overnight stay at the airport before holiday.........nope nothing around that price
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