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Newest reviews for Premier Inn Bristol Airport (Sidcot)

  • Vitalii
      Russia
    7 September 2014

    weak Wi-Fi

    8.3

  • Natalie
      United Kingdom
    2 September 2014

    Friendly staff, good food and beautiful surroundings.

    Leaving to come back to work!

    7.1

  • David
      United Kingdom
    31 August 2014

    Staff were friendly and helpful

    Tired decor

    6.7

  • Sarah
      United Kingdom
    31 August 2014

    Size of family room - good. Clean and good quality linen, towels, etc. The room had recently fitted air-con which is a bonus. Didn't expect much from the Brewers Fayre pub attached as we are not fans of 'chain' pubs but we were pleasantly surprised by the food - it was pretty good and the staff were really friendly there.

    The 'put you up' bed (sofa bed) for our 11 yr old son was awful - hard, the springs clanked and he was so uncomfortable that he spent most of the night in the main bed with us! The bathroom was clean but smelt of urine. The outer hallway was musty. It needs refurbishment.

    6.3

  • Debbie
      United Kingdom
    26 August 2014

    Nice place, great staff

    No taxi easily accessible and extortionate prices for them

    7.5

  • Anne
      United Kingdom
    17 August 2014

    Extremely personable and friendly receptionist. She certainly went out of her way - rare these days - to help and advise. Because of her excellent manner, will certainly use again if ever flying from Bristol airport. And the view from the verandah was wonderful.

    Poor phone reception, but that's not the hotel's fault.

    10

  • David
      United Kingdom
    10 August 2014

    Easy to find. Staff were helpful.

    A tired and sad Premier Inn, it could do with a good deal of TLC. Linen and towels were clean but decor could do with refurbishing. Breakfast adequate, hot water in themos flasks is not good.

    5

  • Miranda
      United Kingdom
    30 July 2014

    The location of this Inn with the lovely views of the valley was ideal for a summer's evening meal. It is very well located for visiting Cheddar Gorge, and Bristol and is an ideal half way point from London to Cornwall. The rooms that were adapted for the disabled were also good.

    It was necessary to go outside in order to access the restaurant.

    8.8

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    22 July 2014

    Location, setting, views, architecture.

    No phone signal (not hotels fault!), free wifi limited to half an hour only.

    7.9

  • Sharon
      United Kingdom
    13 July 2014

    staff friendly and very helpful; food ok for pub quality

    expensive for the facilities, should really have been £20 a night cheaper; noisy in the morning with delivery vans as my room seemed right next door on the ground floor.

    6.7

  • Angela
      United Kingdom
    2 July 2014

    Confusion when I arrived on how people where staying in the room I booked 2 adults 1 child and they got me down for one adult one child so ended up paying more money even though it did say 2 adults 1 child on my booking letting they blamed booking.com for the error. So a little unsure about booking with booking.com again incase it happens again.

    5.8

  • Lindsay
      United Kingdom
    1 July 2014

    Exceptional staff fri, sat, sun, mon in premier part.

    Not all staff in the brewers fayre were as accomodating as premier inn.

    8.3

  • Harry
      United Kingdom
    29 June 2014

    Staff, facilities and relaxed atmosphere. The location was ideal for my visit

    The bed was a little to firm for me and not enough white sugar on the tea tray -that I could have solved by going to reception.

    8.8

  • Johanna
      Belgium
    28 June 2014

    Room charges were returned inder their garantee scheme . Jessica at reception was very helpfull and we would certainly return when we visit the area again.

    Room nr 5 was located next to the kitchen extractor fan with all the noice to go with it. The room temperature was far to high .We had a sleepless night with the fan provided by the hotel. Proper aircon would solve most problems !!

    7.5

  • Nick
      United Kingdom
    25 June 2014

    Weather. Verandah

    No view from room. Basic bar menu. Hotel a little dated

    7.1

  • Jacqueline
      United Kingdom
    24 June 2014

    Everything in place for an excellent nights sleep

    Not enough coffee sachets. The fan supplied was very rattley.

    8.3

  • Malcolm
      United Kingdom
    11 June 2014

    Very friendly staff.

    Thought the price was a little too high. Would have expected approx. £80.

    9.2

  • Teresa
      United Kingdom
    6 June 2014

    Staff friendly and attentive, food was good. Views from terrace very lovely. Asked for a quiet room and that was provided.

    The fact that wifi was only free for 30 minutes a day. These days it should be provided free for as long as required. My friend attempted to pay £3.00 for 24 hours but was charged three times (£9). Next time an alternative location will be found.

    7.5

  • Ted
      United Kingdom
    4 June 2014

    No Phone Signal obtainable

    6.7

  • Heiner
      Germany
    20 May 2014

    everything for a quiet sleep !

    8.8

  • Anonymous
      Belgium
    13 May 2014

    le calme et le service

    emplacement pauvre en réseaux téléphonique.

    8.3

  • Jill
      Guernsey
    10 May 2014

    We liked the country feel to this place, our room was very comfortable and spacious and the fact that new carpet was laid (in the dining area) overnight and we didn't hear a thing even though the route to the skip was just below our room

    The fact that there was no telephone in the room - how bizarre!! Also snacks that are advertised on the Brewers Fayre are not available at the week-end.

    7.5

  • Jennifer
      United Kingdom
    21 April 2014

    Very accommodating staff, comfortable room and great breakfast!

    Nothing

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      France
    9 April 2014

    Friendly professional staff, large quiet rooms, good dining room, parking, comfy Lenny Henry type beds, quiet!

    8.8

  • Nicola
      United Kingdom
    9 April 2014

    Nothing was too much trouble for the staff - they were fantastic. We were put in a "quiet" part of the hotel as a family with young children and the view from the room was amazing. Fantastic breakfast the next morning at the Brewers Fayre.

    I had to borrow an iron - there wasn't one in the room.

    9.6

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