Premier Travel Inn Birmingham

Premier Travel Inn Birmingham

4 2 Reviews


Other Hotels in Birmingham - Birmingham City Centre
20 Bridge Street, The Wharf, Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham, B1 2JH
+44 (0) 121 633 4820
http://www.travelinn.co.uk

Premier Travel Inn have over 450 hotels nationwide, offering affordable and comfortable well-equipped bedrooms with everything you want for a good night's sleep. Travel Inn have over 450 hotels nationwide, offering affordable and comfortable well-equipped bedrooms with everything you want for a good night's sleep.
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Premier Travel Inn Birmingham Reviews


A good way to end a wedding - Stayed here after going to a wedding, and got a great price on a family room. The place was clean and spacious and just what we needed after a really hectic day ;)  
Tags: clean, spacious, welcoming

Rating  4

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No complaints! - Myself and my boyfriend stayed in the Premier Travel Inn on Saturday night for one night as we were going to see a show at the NIA.

Location: We found the hotel easy to find (sat nav helped though!), it is just off Broad Street behind the Hyatt. Fantastic location, you are about 5 mins walk from bars/restaurants on Broad Street and about 10 mins walk from the NIA/Symphony Hall/Mailbox/Bullring etc etc. Small car park which does get full and there is a risk you can be blocked in - there are 2/3 spaces by the entrance which are probably best for not being blocked in if you can get them!

Check in: Check in was a little slow as a party with 5 rooms were checking in but still reception staff were efficient and it was not too long a wait. Knowing that we were probably fearful of lots of noise from the large party, the receptionist advised us that we would be on a different floor to them. Our check in was quick and gave us all the information we needed for our stay. They also provided an extra keycard free of charge. You pay for the room when you check in and there is no facility to charge extras to your room.

Room: Our room was on the first floor - it is difficult to say but I estimate there were less than 15 rooms on each floor so you never have far to go from the stairs/lift. Room was small and no frills but sufficient for one night. It was also very clean and tidy (also the bathroom) - absolutely no complaints. Bathroom again was small but compared to many hotels there was plenty of storage space and shelves which was wonderful! No free toiletries but soap and shower gel supplied in dispensers attached to the wall. Shower was wonderful - powerful and right temperature! Bed was comfortable with additional pillows supplied in the room. Bed very comfortable (apparently the hotel has recently been refurbished with new beds) and curtains blocked out all light. There were warnings on the Premier In website about noise from the train line but we didn't hear anything at all. It is also worth mentioning that there is a mirror, table and plug socket all in the same place in the room for any girls staying who want to style their hair with electric appliances - if you are wondering what I'm on about try doing this at the Hyatt and you will discover that you can't sit down and dry your hair because of the arrangement of the room. There is a hair dryer provided in the room. The only omission I can think of is a full length mirror. They even supply a fan in case the room is too hot (no air con in the room, just heating). An iron and ironing board is also available from reception. There are some rooms on the ground floor.

Breakfast: This was the best part!! We paid for the continental and cooked breakfast which at £7.50 per person was a bargain compared to some hotels (Continental only is £5.25). We went down at around 9am (breakfast started at 8am) to find the breakfast room/restaurant to be light and airy, and next to a fully stocked bar area with plasma television (obviously not open at the time but useful to know about). We were greeted almost immediately by a waitress who took our orders for the cooked breakfast which was not self service. We found at 9am that there was was a full selection of continental items, including all the usual and some unexpected extras like pomegranate juice and cranberries for the granola - unfortunately we cannot comment on the selection available if you arrive for breakfast later. Continental breakfast was self service, eat as much as you like. The cooked breakfast was cooked to order and arrived (piping hot) once we had finished our cereal. We asked for runny fried eggs which were unfortunately very overcooked but replaced quickly without question. Vegetarian sausages a bit dry but very tasty! Apparently the cooked breakfast is also eat all you can but we were full after the first serving so didn't test this claim!

After breakfast, we packed and checked out. Again this was very quick - you just leave your keycard(s) at reception and leave (as you cannot charge extras to your room).

For anybody staying in Birmingham planning to see attractions such as the Sea Life Centre it is worth remembering that with Premier Travel Inn you can get two-4-one tickets for some attractions which you have to book before you go. The website gives more details.

We had absolutely no complaints about our stay (and, believe me, that is rare for us!) and would stay again and also recommend this to anybody looking for a cheap city centre Birmingham hotel for a one/two night stay.  

Rating  5

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