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Premier Inn Room Sale from £29 - August to December dates @ Premier Inn
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Premier Inn Room Sale from £29 - August to December dates @ Premier Inn

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Premier Inn Room Sale from £29 - August to December dates @ Premier Inn
Posted 23rd Jul 2020

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Premier Inn currently have many rooms available for just £29, with dates currently being available until December. You can mainly find the £29 price on Sunday nights, however in many locations the £29 price can also be found midweek too. Additionally, a lot more rooms are available for £35 midweek if you are struggling to find the £29 price for a specific location.

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krus523/07/2020 09:05

Booked few days ago and just got an email from them: Important information …Booked few days ago and just got an email from them: Important information about your booking.Most of our hotels have been closed since March and we were due to open Wednesday 22nd July 2020.. We have always put the safety of our guests and our teams first. Throughout this period we have had teams at every hotel running safety procedures to prepare them for reopening.To ensure we can welcome guests safely, we have to complete a number of final checks and install equipment in line with our new enhanced Premier Inn CleanProtect standards. Unfortunately, due to the unprecedented situation in the UK at this time, we have been unable to complete all the necessary work required in your hotel. It will now reopen at a later date.This means the hotel will not be open for your upcoming stay. Your booking will be cancelled shortly. If you have pre-paid you will receive a full refund within the next 15 working days. We are aware that there are limited accommodation options available at the moment and are very sorry for the obvious inconvenience this may cause, but unfortunately the issue is beyond our control.We are continuing to work hard to have our hotels and restaurants open in line with the Government regulations and guidelines and we hope to welcome you back soon. In the meantime, please continue to take care of yourself and others.


Why can't they just change their site to only allow bookings to locations which are open?
The cynic in me suggests this is a good way of getting in some much needed temporary liquidity to businesses. That to my mind is backed up by a 15 working day refund...that's 3 weeks!
Booked few days ago and just got an email from them: Important information about your booking.

Most of our hotels have been closed since March and we were due to open Wednesday 22nd July 2020.. We have always put the safety of our guests and our teams first. Throughout this period we have had teams at every hotel running safety procedures to prepare them for reopening.

To ensure we can welcome guests safely, we have to complete a number of final checks and install equipment in line with our new enhanced Premier Inn CleanProtect standards. Unfortunately, due to the unprecedented situation in the UK at this time, we have been unable to complete all the necessary work required in your hotel. It will now reopen at a later date.

This means the hotel will not be open for your upcoming stay. Your booking will be cancelled shortly. If you have pre-paid you will receive a full refund within the next 15 working days.
We are aware that there are limited accommodation options available at the moment and are very sorry for the obvious inconvenience this may cause, but unfortunately the issue is beyond our control.

We are continuing to work hard to have our hotels and restaurants open in line with the Government regulations and guidelines and we hope to welcome you back soon. In the meantime, please continue to take care of yourself and others.
If Chanchi did this he would listed every single room available on every single day

So cold!


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Booked few days ago and just got an email from them: Important information about your booking.

Most of our hotels have been closed since March and we were due to open Wednesday 22nd July 2020.. We have always put the safety of our guests and our teams first. Throughout this period we have had teams at every hotel running safety procedures to prepare them for reopening.

To ensure we can welcome guests safely, we have to complete a number of final checks and install equipment in line with our new enhanced Premier Inn CleanProtect standards. Unfortunately, due to the unprecedented situation in the UK at this time, we have been unable to complete all the necessary work required in your hotel. It will now reopen at a later date.

This means the hotel will not be open for your upcoming stay. Your booking will be cancelled shortly. If you have pre-paid you will receive a full refund within the next 15 working days.
We are aware that there are limited accommodation options available at the moment and are very sorry for the obvious inconvenience this may cause, but unfortunately the issue is beyond our control.

We are continuing to work hard to have our hotels and restaurants open in line with the Government regulations and guidelines and we hope to welcome you back soon. In the meantime, please continue to take care of yourself and others.
krus523/07/2020 09:05

Booked few days ago and just got an email from them: Important information …Booked few days ago and just got an email from them: Important information about your booking.Most of our hotels have been closed since March and we were due to open Wednesday 22nd July 2020.. We have always put the safety of our guests and our teams first. Throughout this period we have had teams at every hotel running safety procedures to prepare them for reopening.To ensure we can welcome guests safely, we have to complete a number of final checks and install equipment in line with our new enhanced Premier Inn CleanProtect standards. Unfortunately, due to the unprecedented situation in the UK at this time, we have been unable to complete all the necessary work required in your hotel. It will now reopen at a later date.This means the hotel will not be open for your upcoming stay. Your booking will be cancelled shortly. If you have pre-paid you will receive a full refund within the next 15 working days. We are aware that there are limited accommodation options available at the moment and are very sorry for the obvious inconvenience this may cause, but unfortunately the issue is beyond our control.We are continuing to work hard to have our hotels and restaurants open in line with the Government regulations and guidelines and we hope to welcome you back soon. In the meantime, please continue to take care of yourself and others.


Why can't they just change their site to only allow bookings to locations which are open?
The cynic in me suggests this is a good way of getting in some much needed temporary liquidity to businesses. That to my mind is backed up by a 15 working day refund...that's 3 weeks!
Booked for me and louise minchin many thanks
krus523/07/2020 09:05

Booked few days ago and just got an email from them: Important information …Booked few days ago and just got an email from them: Important information about your booking.Most of our hotels have been closed since March and we were due to open Wednesday 22nd July 2020.. We have always put the safety of our guests and our teams first. Throughout this period we have had teams at every hotel running safety procedures to prepare them for reopening.To ensure we can welcome guests safely, we have to complete a number of final checks and install equipment in line with our new enhanced Premier Inn CleanProtect standards. Unfortunately, due to the unprecedented situation in the UK at this time, we have been unable to complete all the necessary work required in your hotel. It will now reopen at a later date.This means the hotel will not be open for your upcoming stay. Your booking will be cancelled shortly. If you have pre-paid you will receive a full refund within the next 15 working days. We are aware that there are limited accommodation options available at the moment and are very sorry for the obvious inconvenience this may cause, but unfortunately the issue is beyond our control.We are continuing to work hard to have our hotels and restaurants open in line with the Government regulations and guidelines and we hope to welcome you back soon. In the meantime, please continue to take care of yourself and others.


I am still waiting for my refund and its been almost 3 weeks now, good luck mate
I had a number of cancellations from Premier Inn, not through any fault of their ow , and the refunds came through quickly. However getting hold of Customer Service, although easy on the phone, was rather ineffective

As the saying goes ‘like a well meaning moth bumping into the wrong lightbulb’ - Judy Dench 2020
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c5823/07/2020 09:20

The cynic in me suggests this is a good way of getting in some much needed …The cynic in me suggests this is a good way of getting in some much needed temporary liquidity to businesses. That to my mind is backed up by a 15 working day refund...that's 3 weeks!


spot on. looks exactly like that to me as well.
I cancelled a booking i had in August last week and got the refund in 2 working days although not the same as other peoples situations
If Chanchi did this he would listed every single room available on every single day

So cold!


hotmik23/07/2020 12:55

If Chanchi did this he would listed every single room available on every …If Chanchi did this he would listed every single room available on every single daySo cold!;)


I thought it was AMO who compiled all the lists of the dates for him? I would do this but there are no date matrixes on the site to pull the data from
Price has gone up a quid on the hotel I was looking at
Hot
Rumana0323/07/2020 09:09

Why can't they just change their site to only allow bookings to locations …Why can't they just change their site to only allow bookings to locations which are open?


They can change the website but want your money for as long as they can.
But who'd want to go to Southampton?!
only doing this as they have held on to the government VAT cut - prices didnt change at all last week when the cut came in, so base price up VAT down but same overall price
Bugwan23/07/2020 20:42

They can change the website but want your money for as long as they can.


seems pointless as a lot of people won't book rooms with them in the future because of the hassle
krus523/07/2020 09:05

Booked few days ago and just got an email from them: Important information …Booked few days ago and just got an email from them: Important information about your booking.Most of our hotels have been closed since March and we were due to open Wednesday 22nd July 2020.. We have always put the safety of our guests and our teams first. Throughout this period we have had teams at every hotel running safety procedures to prepare them for reopening.To ensure we can welcome guests safely, we have to complete a number of final checks and install equipment in line with our new enhanced Premier Inn CleanProtect standards. Unfortunately, due to the unprecedented situation in the UK at this time, we have been unable to complete all the necessary work required in your hotel. It will now reopen at a later date.This means the hotel will not be open for your upcoming stay. Your booking will be cancelled shortly. If you have pre-paid you will receive a full refund within the next 15 working days. We are aware that there are limited accommodation options available at the moment and are very sorry for the obvious inconvenience this may cause, but unfortunately the issue is beyond our control.We are continuing to work hard to have our hotels and restaurants open in line with the Government regulations and guidelines and we hope to welcome you back soon. In the meantime, please continue to take care of yourself and others.


York?
Great find OP. Many thanks for sharing
Travelodge have a BOGOF deal on too. We just booked two nights for the price of one in Merthyr Tidfil so we can get some Brecon Beacons walking in on our way to Pembrokeshire. Thirty quid for a family of four to stay for two nights!
I like the ambiance of that room in the photo.
The problem is that these prices are non refundable and if you have a regional lockdown when about to travel then thats it I guess, no refund.. not sure if travel insurance would be helping out either
Fantastic value and service from premier inn.Refunded me no problems at all during covid.Respent the money with them again.Hot from me.
muckspreader124/07/2020 09:35

Fantastic value and service from premier inn.Refunded me no problems at …Fantastic value and service from premier inn.Refunded me no problems at all during covid.Respent the money with them again.Hot from me.


This issue is that they would refund you again if they have a regional lockdown, however if you have a regional lockdown meaning you won't be able to leave your area, they wouldn't refund, I just called them and they confirmed this. I will regardless book as well but might go for the flexible one because of this situation
Don't bother! my son and his family are at the King's Lynn hotel right now and have had to wait until 6.00pm before they could get into their room!
Alex_Monk23/07/2020 20:44

But who'd want to go to Southampton?!


And whats wrong with Southampton?
sue.goodhand24/07/2020 19:54

Don't bother! my son and his family are at the King's Lynn hotel right now …Don't bother! my son and his family are at the King's Lynn hotel right now and have had to wait until 6.00pm before they could get into their room!


Why?
Wonder if Edinburgh is available?

Southampton? What’s in Southampton?
Oh yes. The terminal for cruise ships. I miss my cruising!
Edited by: "silveroracle" 25th Jul
Just stayed in the (Lympsham) near Burnham-On-Sea for a Night to get to a beach with the kids. Cant say a bad word about the place or staff. We checked in at 2:30pm after a morning at the beach. Lady on the front desk was very polite and friendly stating that we could order food take-away delivery at any time if we wanted, due to the hot food on site not running due to covid-19. We did have 4x Breakfast box's which came to £2.50 a head. The kids enjoyed them a lot as contained Breakfast cereal, fruit, snack bar, cake and Orange juice. At 50p an item this is a great to start the day off without having to run around in the current times. These was also given to us on arrival so we had when we woke up.

She did state that after anyone vacates a room, cleaners and staff have to leave a 30 minute window before they can enter. Due to us arriving after the 2pm check in time, this did not effect us.

Staff was around cleaning 24/7 and hand sanitizer was also available on entry with the touch-less dispensers.

There was a no contact policy where any signatures was done by the person on the desk asking my permission. This was only for the terms and conditions form which she read out to us clearly at the beginning of our stay.

I am returning again in 2 weeks for a longer stay as we felt safe and happy with the protocol etc.

Hope this helps
telttruth24/07/2020 21:38

Why?


Also not that big a deal as I assume they can hold your luggage for you and then go and have a look around nice Kings Lynn for a couple of hours.
peakbear25/07/2020 11:17

Also not that big a deal as I assume they can hold your luggage for you …Also not that big a deal as I assume they can hold your luggage for you and then go and have a look around nice Kings Lynn for a couple of hours.


No luggage holding at the moment due to covid-19, please bare this in mind.
richard_fletcher25/07/2020 12:29

No luggage holding at the moment due to covid-19, please bare this in mind.


OK, I guess that makes some sense.
c5823/07/2020 09:20

The cynic in me suggests this is a good way of getting in some much needed …The cynic in me suggests this is a good way of getting in some much needed temporary liquidity to businesses. That to my mind is backed up by a 15 working day refund...that's 3 weeks!



they just raised 1b on the stock market so I would think not!
richard_fletcher25/07/2020 09:54

Just stayed in the (Lympsham) near Burnham-On-Sea for a Night to get to a …Just stayed in the (Lympsham) near Burnham-On-Sea for a Night to get to a beach with the kids. Cant say a bad word about the place or staff. We checked in at 2:30pm after a morning at the beach. Lady on the front desk was very polite and friendly stating that we could order food take-away delivery at any time if we wanted, due to the hot food on site not running due to covid-19. We did have 4x Breakfast box's which came to £2.50 a head. The kids enjoyed them a lot as contained Breakfast cereal, fruit, snack bar, cake and Orange juice. At 50p an item this is a great to start the day off without having to run around in the current times. These was also given to us on arrival so we had when we woke up.She did state that after anyone vacates a room, cleaners and staff have to leave a 30 minute window before they can enter. Due to us arriving after the 2pm check in time, this did not effect us.Staff was around cleaning 24/7 and hand sanitizer was also available on entry with the touch-less dispensers.There was a no contact policy where any signatures was done by the person on the desk asking my permission. This was only for the terms and conditions form which she read out to us clearly at the beginning of our stay.I am returning again in 2 weeks for a longer stay as we felt safe and happy with the protocol etc.Hope this helps


Thanks for this info
hootz26/07/2020 08:53

they just raised 1b on the stock market so I would think not!


Whitbred owns over 400 restaurants and 800 hotels in the uk, currently they have over 35,000 staff! I'm not going to say I have access to their p&l but a portfolio of that size baring in mind the current covid situation will be absolutely hemorrhaging money and with no end in sight I dont think this billion will go very far, who knows how liquid their balance sheets were before this as most businesses are in the red anyway If you use a basic estimation of their costs, they will have spent this billion by jan / feb. This also doesnt take into account their foreign portfolio either.
Selling rooms at hotels which you know are closed I can't see as anything other than an easy way to top up the balance sheets and help them short term.
Edited by: "c58" 26th Jul
c5826/07/2020 09:44

Whitbred owns over 400 restaurants and 800 hotels in the uk, currently …Whitbred owns over 400 restaurants and 800 hotels in the uk, currently they have over 35,000 staff! I'm not going to say I have access to their p&l but a portfolio of that size baring in mind the current covid situation will be absolutely hemorrhaging money and with no end in sight I dont think this billion will go very far, who knows how liquid their balance sheets were before this as most businesses are in the red anyway If you use a basic estimation of their costs, they will have spent this billion by jan / feb. This also doesnt take into account their foreign portfolio either.Selling rooms at hotels which you know are closed I can't see as anything other than an easy way to top up the balance sheets and help them short term.



They sold rooms at hotels that weren’t open likely by mistake, keeping on to that money for a few weeks isn’t going to keep the business running and wouldn’t make a dent in that 1b they raised.
I've been Southampton but I've never been to Scunthorpe.
skidderbrown24/07/2020 20:34

And whats wrong with Southampton?

I have a booking which comes up cheaper now.

Is it better to cancel and rebook
Or
Is it better to simply amend the date then amend it back.
hootz26/07/2020 09:55

They sold rooms at hotels that weren’t open likely by mistake, keeping on t …They sold rooms at hotels that weren’t open likely by mistake, keeping on to that money for a few weeks isn’t going to keep the business running and wouldn’t make a dent in that 1b they raised.


They sold rights worth £1 billion. It's not like they will just have a billion pounds dropped into their account one morning, these payments are always staggered, who knows if they've received any of it yet? Neither of us are on the board. Mistake or not as I said originally it seems a convenient way of getting some cash in.
or BOGOF at Travelodge?? Fri and Sat nights, no brainer
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