Another stay in another Premier Inn and this was as good as the rest, such a good brand and business, excellent value for money and the staff must always be picked for their personalities as everyone you come across is always so helpful and polite, this place was no different, consistently good in every one you stay in.
Very close to the Centre of Bristol, everything is within walking distance or within a few £ taxi ride.
The room and bedding was spotless as usual, no problems whatsoever.
We paid £90 each for 3 twin rooms and 3 friends had a triple in a hotel down the road but all the twin rooms had been set up with a double and 2 singles so had it allowed us too we could have just had 3 rooms here and save £100 between us, at the end of the day it is only a place we use to crash for the night.
Parking is a bit tight, it said FULL on arrival so temporarily parked in the small car park for the bus station (was informed by someone not to leave the car in there overnight as it gets a few unsavoury characters carrying out anti-social activities during the night), luckily noticed a couple of spaces in the hotel car park from our window, informed reception and they opened the gate for me, you pay reception in the morning and it costs £8 a night which I suppose is not bad for Overnight city centre parking.
On check in I did notice that most of the other guests were large groups of girls or lads, possibly on stag and hen do's, not a problem for us as we were a group of lads, it may be something to think about if I was planning on taking my family for a night away, but at the same time as saying that we did not notice any excessive noise at any time and did not encounter anyone messing around in the corridors, but it is quite a big hotel with 18 floors so they probably keep the family rooms separate.
On thing to note: It was one of our customers that installed the 3 lifts in this hotel and we actually installed all the stainless entrance architraves, working in the office I don't get to see our handy work that often !
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Put yourself at the heart of the action at Premier Inn Hotel Bristol City Centre (Haymarket). Slap bang in the middle of everything, you can walk to most of the major sights, shops and events, as well as the many business HQs. You could wander along the historic harbourside, stroll across the Clifton Suspension Bridge, or walk underwater at Bristol Zoo. And, in the evening, catch one of the big name acts at the Hippodrome, Colston Hall or O2 Academy. Then, when you're ready to drop, return and refuel in our tasty restaurant, spacious rooms and extra-comfy beds. Important info For energy efficiency reasons, the bedroom windows do not open at this Premier Inn. All rooms are fitted with air conditioning. Please note, the disabled rooms at this hotel have baths only. No wet rooms available. Please note that all twin rooms at this hotel consist of a double bed and a single sofa bed. Please note this Premier Inn has no on site parking. Directions: M4(J19), take the M32 to City Centre. Follow signs for Clifton and the bus station. At the roundabout the hotel is directly in front of you. There is no on-site parking available at this hotel. Off-site parking is available at Rupert Street NPC (sat nav BS1 2JX) or James Barton (BS1 3LJ) each at approx 20GBP per 24 hours (hotel guests will get a 25% discount - please get your ticket validated at hotel reception). Transport and local information: Shopping centre Harbourside Bristol Zoo Bristol Temple Meads Train Station 1 mile Bristol Airport 10 miles ... more less
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- Premier Inn Bristol City Centre (Haymarket) Hotel Bristol