Booked a couple of nights in this Premier Inn to compare it to Travelodges. Paid £58 as opposed to the nearest Lodge which would have cost £30 (for the 2 nights). For the extra £28 we got toiletries (shower gel and antibacterial hand wash in a dispenser). The former didn't work so I had to dismantle it only to discover that the putter-in of these items hadn't cut the top off the container! We got an extra pillow (4 instead of 3) and 2 chairs (Travelodge insist on only giving a couple one in each room).
The room was scrupulously clean and looked far more attractive on entering than Lodges. There was a writing desk and plenty of space. The bathroom was clean but the shower was abysmal. Only a trickle of water when on full blast.
Parking was easy, staff were friendly and attentive and we found our room easily (though no lift). The room was quiet and we got two good nights sleep. So, all in all, a quite acceptable stay.
The point is, was the extra £28 worth it We arrived late on the first night and were out by 8am. The second night we arrived back at 11pm, leaving at 8am. so, effectively, we only used the room for sleeping. At £29 a night it was good value, though I would have been miffed spending £50 plus purely to sleep there .... breakfast or no breakfast.
If you want a room to lounge in, do work or watch tele all night, then PI would be better for you, but, if like us, you use it purely as a base, then the Travelodge offers are more than adequate. I say offers ..... don't pay full price for either.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- You're in a winning position for the town centre at the Premier Inn Hotel Burnley - not to mention handy for local business parks, as well as Blackburn, Blackpool and Preston. And with Burnley FC's Turf Moor ground just under a mile away, there's Premiership soccer on your doorstep too. Plan your visit so there's time for temptation at Charterwalk Shopping Centre. Or forget about time altogether at the annual Burnley International Rock and Blues Festival. And if it's wild moors that beckon, take a hike on nearby Pendle Hill, before dinner in the Brewers Fayre restaurant and a great night in your comfy bed and spacious room. Directions Exit M65(J10) follow the signs for Burnley Football Ground (Turf Moor). Turn left at the traffic lights, before the football ground onto Belvedere Road. The hotel is 1/2 miles on the left off Queen Victoria Road. Next to Queen Victoria Brewers Fayre. Directions: Exit M65(J10) follow the signs for Burnley Football Ground (Turf Moor). Turn left at the traffic lights, before the football ground onto Belvedere Road. The hotel is 1/2 miles on the left off Queen Victoria Road. Next to Queen Victoria Brewers Fayre. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Premier Inn Burnley Hotel Burnley
- Premier Inn Burnley Hotel Lancashire