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Address: Premier Inn, Nottingham, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG1, UK

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Premier Inn is a British hotel chain and the UK's largest hotel brand, with more than 65,000 rooms and 750 hotels. It operates hotels in a variety of locations including city centres, suburbs and airports competing with the likes of Travelodge and Ibis hotels. The company was established by Whitbread as Travel Inn in 1987, to compete with Travelodge. Whitbread bought Premier Lodge in 2004 and merged it with Travel Inn to form the current business under the name "Premier Travel Inn", which was then shortened to "Premier Inn". Premier Inn accounts for 70% of Whitbread's earnings.

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As you traverse the city of London, you'll stumble upon Premier Inn. If you have enough time to explore the interiors of the city, you will pass by Premier Inn.

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  • One night stay for family of three. I booked this simply because i had seen the TV adverts and they sold their brand to me. This hotel is an amalgamation of town houses to make one big hotel. The walk to the room from reception is a bit of a rat run, just felt a bit odd. The room was a bit rough round the edges and i have never been to a hotel that has a tissue dispenser where you get one sheet at a time like you get in public toilets. The room when we arrived was the temperature of the Sahara desert on a a sunny day! so i turned off the heating and opened the window. Hoping to get some fresh air in then went out for dinner. It was still red hot when we got back and just hoped the night air cooled it down. I woke up in the night dry as a bone and needed a drink and had to change my pillow as i was sweating so much. But by early morning it had cooled down thankfully. Breakfast was nice and freshly cooked, staff were friendly and pleasant. I was expecting something different in my mind from what i had seen on the marketing campaigns.

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  • The hotel is in a very convenient location, close to two underground stations. It is also close to shops and restaurants. Although it is located on a very busy road the soundproofing is excellent we were in a room facing the road. The staff were very polite and helpful, the room had air con which was vital during our stay. The room was clean and spacious with a kettle and tea facilities. The shower was good and a bath was available. We had to vacate the premises too early for breakfast but it looked to have a great selection. The area surrounding the hotel is pleasant to walk around along leafy suburbs with parades of shops and eateries. Would recommend.

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  • Couldn't say more than they were brilliant and so helpful. Great staff and food was excellent. Staff went way beyond their roles. 5 star service.

  • Stayed there with my spouse and young daughter (1yrs old). Staff was great. The problem was that there was no hot water in the bath whatsoever. This was very uncomfortable for us especially when you have an infant and has to take a bath. This applies for us grownups as well but it is far more important for a baby. This ruined our all experience and we had a very unpleasant night...

  • The best overall customer service that both my wife and I have experienced. Well done to everyone that made our overnight stay special.

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