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Reviewed 6 October 2017

Stayed here 1 night returning from 3 hr drive from Scourie and Kylesku, far west coast of Highlands Scotland after a 11 day Scottish family reunion. Typical Premier Inn, good price, clean rooms, excellent reception and efficient staff, left luggage helpful. Connected next door to The Brewers Fayre for food and served us at 9pm, so appreciated, menu good. However, restaurant very grubby does need a makeover. Coffee machines not working. Hotel and harbour location beautiful area, sadly now seriously run down as harbour walkways are littered and exceedingly dirty. (may have just been the 24hours we were there?) Where sunglasses you won't notice, maybe we're too old and too critical? Noted uncleared outside tables, empty plates, glasses, serviettes and beer bottles scattered everywhere around outside Brewers Fayre, they obviously lack committed staff, although those we did meet were working exceptionally hard and were courteous, the outside mess after 11pm was far beyond me. they had 2 staff. Room comfy with bay view, bathroom clean and all services available, good nights sleep. Walk to Royal Yacht Britannia next day took just 10-15 mins, through a shopping mall, take a map! We asked for directions, very good expedition needed 2 extra hours before we left for our flight home, more time needed use and benefit from the area. However a pleasant and enjoyable 24 hours in Leith Edinburgh. Will return to complete all the levels of the Yacht and return to Premier Inn. Thank you.

Stayed: June 2017
Thank Claire K
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Reviewed 4 October 2017

The Premier Inn is a chain Hotel in the UK. We stayed at the Leith Waterfront on the outskirts of Edinburgh based largely on its price. We were staying four days which culminated in a late show viewing of the Royal Military Tatoo. As an aside, this is an event that everyone should see if able. The Hotel was fine - clean, reasonablly priced and right on a major bus line. What made it way above average was the man who staffed the reception desk (it seems he was there 24 hours a day!) was by far the most friendly and helpful person I have ever seen. He went way out of his way to provide guidance, maps, bus suggestions, and physical help with bags. He spent time arranging cabs for us and at the end of our stay, he printed out our plane tickets since the hotel did not have a printer for guests. I highly recommend this hotel - it is in a beautiful area overlooking the bay. I hope for your enjoyment, the desk is staffed by our friend whose name I am embarrassed to say I have forgotten.

Room Tip: Best reception staff ever. Ask for a room near the elevator. We needed a GPS to find our room which was a bit of a hike from the elevator.
  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank mgill2005
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Reviewed 4 October 2017 via mobile

I deliberated on whether to stay more central or have the ability to park at no cost.

The latter won out and I was pleased it did. There's a nice walk along the cycle route into the city centre (2.5 miles), although beware if you are planning to them spend the whole day walking round the City! Alternatively, there's a bus right on the doorstep.

The hotel itself is clean and tidy enough. A bit tired, not as modern as some, but plenty good enough for the price.

Check in was a bit impersonal and the front desk staff not very interested, but that was the only real downside.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Garethpmarsh
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

I've stayed at many Premier Inns and like the the fact you know what you're going to get!
Sadly this PI didn't come up to the mark.
Hated the sterile checkin area. Rather solemn young chap plonked behind a computer screen. None of the cheery chit chat. In fact we did wonder if PI are now using robots instead of people?
Our room was downstairs. Flimsy little net curtain that didn't fit window. Sink was blocked. Dirty pillow case on spare pillow on 'wardrobe'. No choice of pillows.....flat or flat. No spare blanket. At least the bed was comfy and there was a nice view out of the window.
So pleased we only had an overnight stay here.

  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled with family
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Thank hattiee
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Reviewed 2 October 2017

Overall a good stay, buses easy for town, hotel clean and good staff , retaraunt next door , good food and easy for Asda for snacks and juice.
Family room was fine, telly good size screen . We asked and got more towels which were needed

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
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Thank 812clivew
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