Premier Inn Salisbury Review
Before we headed down to Cornwall for our family holiday we decided to break the journey up so it wasn’t too long for the girls and for our stay over we headed to Premier Inn Salisbury as this was about half way for us.
The thing we love about Premier Inn is the fact that their locations aren’t in some strange place in the middle of nowhere, most of our stays have involved us getting there a little later and there would be nothing worse than searching in the dark for the hotel.
When arriving at Premier Inn Salisbury the first plus point was the fact that it had a massive car park which seemed more than big enough which is good as we’ve stayed at some places and they’ve only had 20 spaces for everyone.
This hotel didn’t currently have the quick check in service but with the friendly and helpful staff it didn’t take long to check in and head to our room. As we had a family room these are always located on the ground floor.
All the family rooms we’ve come across at Premier Inn they have always been spotless and this was no different and it was full of all the essentials such as shampoo, shower gel, towels, a hair-dryer, tea and coffee making facilities and also extra pillows if needed.
The restaurant at Premier Inn Salisbury is just next door and is a Table Table which quite common. The meals there are always good value and excellent portion sizes. For our meal which included drinks and puddings came to just under £40 which for us is really good.
The mornings breakfasts are also served in the restaurant, Table Table is a massive so when it came to breakfast time there was plenty of room. Even though you knew they’d been busy all the items for the breakfast was topped up and when we ordered our hot items they came quickly and were cooked perfectly.
When it came to checking out again it was quick and simple and the staff were very polite. This Premier Inn has recently been refurbished and you can really tell…everything looks brand new and very clean.
This Premier Inn was part of our Premier Inn Ambassador role, the hotel and breakfast was paid for, all thoughts and opinions are our own.