Premier Inn Brighton City Centre

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Premier Inn LogBack in December we had to go to Brighton just for a quick overnighter to take the various nephews and nieces their Xmas presents. We didn’t want to spend a fortune on a hotel room as it’s an expensive enough time of year anyway but equally didn’t want to impose on an over-excited and very full household – so we opted for the Premier Inn Brighton City Centre.

We were so impressed with the location smack bang in the centre and considering the premium location, the price was brilliant. Brighton’s a really popular place whatever the time of year but added to that it was also Party Season, so we expected to pay through the nose. Not the case though at the Premier Inn Brighton City Centre apparently . They didn’t appear to be the sort of hotel out to fleece you every which way. The contemporary room was immaculate and had everything we needed for an overnight stay. The bed was comfy, the pillows plentiful and I didn’t hear a peep all night. It’s got to be said Royal Pavilion Brightonthat nothing about the room betrayed the fact that this was essentially a budget hotel. The people at Reception were as friendly as any we’ve ever come across in hotels and to be honest couldn’t do enough to help.

We ate at the Strada restaurant just down the road a two minute walk away that evening but opted for breakfast at the Premier Inn the next morning. It was a buffet breakfast with all the usual options and coffee was brought to us almost immediately. The hot breakfast area was being topped up continuously with freshly-cooked bacon and eggs and Mr. C assures me it was delicious. I’m more of a croissants person myself and although there wasn’t an awful lot of choice as far as pastries were concerned, there was plenty for me.

For a hotel so reasonably priced and which gets 4 stars on Trip Advisor, you can’t go far wrong staying here if you’re visiting Brighton. Well done¬†Premier Inn Brighton City Centre!

Mrs C
In a nutshell, I'm a Mum to three gorgeous daughters and two step-sons who are gradually making their own lives and leaving Mr. C and I plenty of time to enjoy life just as a couple again. I'm a big fan of Afternoon Tea & Corrie and hate, with a vengeance, violence in films! I love reading 'proper' books though I concede that my birthday Kindle was brilliant on holidays.

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