Premier Travel Inn
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Review from Qype User (volosp…)
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Stayed here a couple of times now. It's quite nice, actually. A few minutes walk off the Kings Cross platform sees you in the lobby. It's nothing special here, but they have a mobile phone charging pod thing, which is quite useful, and you can self check in, which is handy.
The rooms are clean and comfortable and have, so far, been very quiet. I have always had a decent nights sleep.
The restaurant is pretty good. Not really neede to go searching for somewhere else to eat. The breakfast is a help yourself affair, with plenty of choice and well cooked.
The staff are all very helpful and always have a smile ready. My only mild complaint is it is perhaps a little expensive.... not silly expensive or anything, but not necessarily the cheapest I have stayed in.
I'm back in London in a couple of weeks and this will be my first choice of location.
Review from Warren C.
It's an OK hotel - cheap and kind of similar to a Holiday Inn. Rooms were clean. Small.
It's conveniently located next to the Kings Cross station.
The neighbourhood is kind of seedy but there are some fun bars in the area. I would not probably stay here again.
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Fast became my favourite hotel in London this year: great staff, comfortable rooms, and reasonable pricing- near impossible to find in central London!
Obviously, don't expect great luxury, it won't be forthcoming, but at £90 for city center, I personally am ok with fetching wine glasses from the bar if I want them instead of having to tip a concierge to bring them!
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Review from Tim M.
One Premier Inn is much like another, knock me out, put me in a room and on waking I'd be hard pressed to tell you which city I was in (better still buy me lots of drinks........).
Ok, so it's got the standard room with en suite, t.v, tea and coffee and very comfortable beds and, as with all Premier and Travel Inns, a family room is the same price as a single.
The breakfast is enormous and better still two children eat free with every paying adult which makes it very cheap for a family breakfast (£8.99).
All Premier Inns have attached restaurants and in this case I looked at the menu and gave it a miss as it was rather uninspiring. A helpful leaflet in the room advertised lots of really good deals for the restaurant but on closer inspection they were for January 2012 and my query (which took 3 staff to answer) was that there were no deals available for December.
Luckily, being round the corner from Kings Cross there were plenty of fast food places around.
It should be noted that the pay to use internet (£1 for 20 minutes) seems like reasonable value except that it is so slow it's useless.
Being a Central London hotel prices per night are very high.
Review from Stuart F.
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