As we entered the radius of this hotel we were welcomed by several homeless gentlemen who begged for money and lacked in correct hygiene. We entered the building and glanced over our room before our intended trip to town and were immediately grasped by the fowl stench of what seemed to mirror an old nappy or a piece of excrement. We swiftly called the service and they sprayed our room which was a temporary solution to the issue but this came back with a vengeance upon our return from the Town Centre.
We returned later in the evening to attempt to get a "good nights sleep" (Hastily guaranteed by this franchise) with no prevail. One of many issues we faced was a local karaoke bar which sported Drunken fools who sung extremely poorly and did not cease in this act of sin until the early hours. If this wasn't a large enough problem the view from our room (109) was dreary and could of left the jolliest person with a feel of depression in their heart.
But the view wasn't the issue, it was the fans outside the window which were a persistent issue throughout the night and blared with noise which almost managed to cover the noise of intoxicated louts near by. The air conditioning within the room also failed to work and when the people above us were attempting to walk across the room it almost sounded as if a giant or an elephant was prancing around above us without any care.
After our Forced sleep with little comfort we were arisen by the sound of what seemed to be a pigeon nest. the chorus of vermin were hooting as the mother lead them almost as if this was a orchestra of pests awaiting us as an unexpected and natural alarm.
Our home town isn't full of the most savory characters or buildings yet this nights sleep almost humbled us and made us appreciate what we have. The joy of the return near made me kiss the ground with happiness.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Shipshape, Bristol fashion, and so much more... It's all on your doorstep at the Premier Inn Hotel Bristol City Centre King Street. Based in the historic harbourside, you can walk to most of the major attractions, transport links and nightlife. Catch a show at the Bristol Hippodrome or Old Vic Theatre. Let off some steam at Brunel's pioneering ship, the SS Great Britain. Let your hair down at the Jazz Festival, Harbourside Festival or Balloon Fiesta. Then return and recharge in our onsite pub and extra-comfy beds. Important info Bedrooms are insulated to minimise possible noise disturbance in this major city centre location. Please note this Premier Inn has no on site parking. This Premier Inn does not have air conditioning. Directions: M4(J19) take M32 into City Centre, keep following the signs into City Centre. Turn left onto B4053 Baldwin Street. Turn right into Queen Charlotte St, follow the road round, bear right at river. The hotel is on the right. Next to the Llandoger Trow. SatNav postcode - BS1 4HQ NCP car parking is available on Queen Charlotte Street, Premier inn guests receive 25% discount. Transport and local information: Galleries Shopping Centre Temple Meads Train Station 1 mile Bristol Temple Meads Train Station 1 mile Bristol Airport 8 miles ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Premier Inn Bristol City Centre King St Hotel Bristol