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Written on: 13/04/2009 by rfrancis2 (2 reviews written)
We stayed in the Premier travel inn in Brighton it was a lovely place very clean and the bed was comfortable I will be going there again In July… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2008
I stayed at the travel inn at Glasgow Argille street and I loved it lovely staff got a phone call making sure everything was good in the room theres a good selection for the breakfast the bedroom was nice and clean… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/03/2008 by JEFFJEN (6 reviews written)
Clean, value for money, cheap. very comfortable and usually very good pub restaurants adjacent to travel inn. Sometimes not as warm in rooms in winter time as maybe it should be. never have any special offer. Overall good value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2007 by Hpkurri (1 review written)
Overall the accommodation was good, i believe that if these small faults are looked into, Premier Travel Inn is an excellent accommodation for all ages and occupation types… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/08/2007 by JKB (1 review written)
Read any travel reviews and you will find this is an excellent place to stop during the week, avoid it at the weekend if you can… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/12/2006 by mister z (19 reviews written)
I currently stay in Travel Inns on average about twice a week and I book all my staff into Travel Inns whereever they are working throughout the UK. For us the Travel Inn is a great provider of great value, excellently turned out rooms and great service with a guarantee.
They are great for people who do not want the fuss and stress of a big hotel or the risk of booking into the hotel from hell. They allow a single traveller to suit themselves and have great value for family bookings.
They are… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/05/2006 by Mr Zeezee (1 review written)
The Travel Inn in Glasgow is an extremely clean example of a PTi. This branch has high standards, and I stay there frequently where the team all recognise me and make me feel extremely welcome whilst away from home on business. I have also had a few leisure breaks too, and they know how to entertain kids in the restaurant too. Multi skilled team dealing with all types of customers. Well done… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/01/2006 by zellka (19 reviews written)
I would alway choose the Travel Inn in preferance to Travel Lodges. They are better equipped, comfortable beds and soap, biscuits supplied. Only downside is that they do not allow dogs.
Otherwise good value for money.
Some good price offers available via website… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/12/2005 by poeshke (17 reviews written)
We have used Travel Inns several times in the UK and we have always enjoyed our stay there. For the price you can't be too fussy about the details: there is no minibar in the room, and in the last hotel (Bagshot) the heating was slow and seemed to switch off when you left the room. The quality of the breakfast also differs from hotel to hotel… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
We've stayed in Travel Inns all over the UK, and have never been disappointed… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/10/2005 by redfire (1 review written)
I used to work for Premier Lodge, and I was there for the conversion to Premier Travel Inn. On a personal note I find that the changes going into make the old Premier Lodge's into Premier Travel Inn's are a down grade. Premier Lodge used to offer open accounts and room transfers, as well as 6ft beds and more tea and coffee. I found when the changes came about, Whitbread seemed more focused on paperwork rather than customer satisfaction. Premier Travel Inn reports have to be printed every hour… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/07/2005 by Stephanie Maria (12 reviews written)
I have stayed in atleast 4 premier travel inn's, 3 in Manchester and 1 in Edinburgh and if I where to chose anywhere to stay on a break away I would only chose 'premier travel inn'. Its clean and not tacky at all. I have stayed in various hotels in Manchester and on levels on cleanliness and customer service 'premier travel inn' wins 10/10 everytime… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/07/2004 by ATLANTIS (16 reviews written)
I have stayed at a number of Travel Inns as I find them reliably consistent when visiting a new area; however the Travel Inn at Morrison Link stood out as being slightly better than the rest.
Fantastically located near the station and shops of Edinburgh this relatively new building is a pleasure to stay in. It is kept in immaculate condition and rooms are a generous size.
staff are kind and helpful. The food and drinks on offer are reasonably priced, served by great staff and most importantly… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/06/2004 by escape (8 reviews written)
The Travel Inn is excellent value for money, I would recommend anyone to try out this chain of Hotels. They have an easy booking system which can be made by phone or through their website. On the website, it is useful as you can toy about with the locations and only reserve a room when you have tailored it as close as possible.
The payments for the rooms are paid upon arrival in full, so there is no waiting to book out, just drop a key or door card into a box and go!
There is always a large… Read Full Review
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