We were advised before arrival that the restaurant was closed - no problem. We arrived about 9pm the carpark was overflowing with mainly vans but after going round the block twice we managed to squeeze between some builders vans.
Room 301 is a spacious room which would appear to have been recently decorated, though the ceiling is coming away in one corner.
The bathroom on the other hand is near to a disgrace the back of the door is covered in what look like paint splashes the dirt is well ingrained into the lino.
The coffee cups needed rinsing before use (not houskeepings fault - see later)
The room is adjacent to some sort of facility and from early morning we had singing but more off putting was the constant door slamming.
With my partner I went out at 8.15 but returned an hour later - throught the morning into lunch we had constant door slamming. I was told by housekeeping the room would be serviced at 12.30 by 1.30 no sign so I went down to reception as I approached the lift I could hear firealarms - but no sign of staff. The reception was like the Marie Celeste - no sign of staff or notice on the counter. Eventually I looked outside to see the staff were having a fire drill - BUT if it was for real where would I have fitted in ?
Eventually my room was serviced and I was offered a cup of tea by reception while I waited - it was FOUL !! (See later !)
For a period in the afternoon we had constant firebells ringing without prior warning.
next night / morning came and went. About 11am I made a cup of tea - again FOUL ! Frankly mystified I went to go in the shower before checking out - BINGO the water splutterd , coughed and died. Water contamination - the builders had been messing about with the plumbing and forgot to tell anybody !!
Conclusion - not up to Premier Inns usual standard - Cause the builders and more importantly the site / project manager
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Coaches used to stop off on their way from Bath to London at Slough. And Premier Inn really is the perfect place to break the journey. Minutes away from the motorway network and Slough train station, you can zoom into London, or scoot around the sights nearby. Which royal residence would you like to visit? In under an hour you're in Paddington, with Buckingham Palace just up the road. But Windsor is even closer, and there's Legoland too. Wherever you're headed, return to your own palace here at Slough, with comfy beds and a Thyme restaurant too. Directions: From M4 jct 5 follow A4 towards Slough/Langly for approx 3 miles. At next roundabout exit onto A412 Uxbridge Road. Continue past Hotel for 150 metres, turn right at traffic lights, rejoin carriageway. The hotel is then 150 metres back on the left. sat nav post code SL1 1SG. Parking at this hotel Is charged at 4 GBP per night. Transport and local information: Windsor Castle & Eton College Legoland & Thorpe Park Theme Parks Chessington, Ascot and Twickenham Slough Train Station 0.5 mile Heathrow Airport 10 miles ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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