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Haymarket, Broadmead, Bristol, BS1 3LR – Show map
|Twin Room - Disability Access|
|Quad Room (2 Adults & 2 Children)||
|Single Room - Disability Access|
|Family Room (2 Adults + 2 Children)||
|Family Room (2 Adults + 1 Child)||
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WiFi is available in all areas and costs GBP 3 per 24 hours.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges are applicable.
24-hour front desk, Meeting/banquet facilities
Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Family rooms, Lift, Non-smoking throughout, Air conditioning
From 14:00 hours
Until 12:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 15 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 9 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Had to pay for wifi
We liked the location and that the staff were very helpful and attentive to us as we have a 15 week old baby.
The music on Sunday in the Beefeater
Location Staff Size of family rooms Cleanliness
The back of the hotel appears to be a bit of a dodgy area, but no problem, just don't go out there.
Near to Cabot Circus
Location was superb Easy check in
The staff are really helpful and friendly
They may need to add more to their breakfast menue especially for international guests
they asked to pay the bill before check in windows do not open the view was a car parking the room was like jail
Comfy room, very clean. Although I fell over in the bathroom due to a leak. Other than that, good place to sleep.
No food at buffet for breakfast, no cutlery at the table so had to get some outselves, rude waiters, had to be re-seated, no cups when trying to get a drink
Excellent location , clean and friendly
To loud people in and out of the room opposite all night
There politeness and professionalism
Paying for wifi in hotel. Check the rate of those that but wifi you will know that it does not worth it
Staff were very friendly and helpful and despite there being a number of stag and hen do's we had an undisturbed nights sleep
Nice and quiet, although in the city ventre. Has a car park that is very handy and cheap compared To others car parks.
The Beefeater was able to provide gluten-free bread, and children ate free at breakfast.
There were two significant issues for us - the location and not being able to open the windows. The hotel is certainty central, but is a high-rise concrete block on a roundabout overlooking the Bear Pit. We found it very difficult not being able to open the windows and, whilst the hotel was quiet, the constant hum of the air conditioning didn't make for a brilliant night's sleep. The hotel is evidently a favourite for stag and hen parties and, while the children were amused at the sight of a group of grown women dressed as minions, we wouldn't stay here again.
Location was good for what we wanted to do in Bristol.
Having to pay for car parking. Good tip though for anybody else staying at this hotel. Ignore NCP car parks they're always expensive and park at Trenchard Road council car park. Much cheaper and only a 10 minute walk away.
Premier Inn promise a good night sleep which we didn't get the first night. The staff changed us to another room for the second night but the mattress wasn't much better. Had a refund for the first night.
Easy access to town centre
Paying for parking
Location and staff
Going to breakfast
Friendly staff who acted quickly to deal with the fact that my booking at the hotel didn't match my own confirmation letter leaving us without a room available when we arrived at 8.30pm on Saturday.
Breakfast so overcrowded we had to queue 10 minutes for coffee, massive queues for food only to find lots of items unavailable. At one point on Sunday sausages were the only hot item not run out with at least 20 people standing around the cramped area waiting to fill their plates and a queue out the door of people waiting to be seated. Vegetarian sausages took over half an hour to arrive on Sunday and were completely off the menu on monday which was great for my vegetarian partner. I gave up on the idea of having a croissant and a 2nd coffee on sunday and my daughter had to forget about fruit juice on monday as all jugs were empty. Overall breakfast was not a nice experience and had I not prepaid we would have eaten out instead.
Difficult to access to WIFI, keep cutting off, only FREE 30mins.
Staff were friendly. Had a bath in room.
No spaces in there car park so was Directed to park in NCP car park which was very expensive not made clear when booking. Not as comfortable as other premier inns I've stayed at.
All staff were very friendly apart from one lady who could have made a little more effort
rooms too hot
My elderly, disabled mother & I stayed in the Premier Inn, Haymarket this week, on 19th & 20th Aug. The place was spotless and quiet & the staff were very friendly.
There was only one lift operating for part of our visit, meaning that my mother & I had to wait for long periods of time, as she is unable to use stairs. On the morning of 20th, at about 10am, we had to wait in a queue for 20mins for breakfast. When we eventually sat down, they had run out of many if the food items. On the morning of 21st, we ordered porridge for breakfast. We waited for at least 20mins & it never came, so we chose other cereals instead. The staff were apologetic.
Breakfast in the Beefeater Did get a refund after complaining
2 lifts out of order whilst we were there for 3 days making life very tedious. Room wasn't refreshed until told about it 8 hours later. When complained the head house cleaner told a lie and said we had left do not disturb sign on our door all day !!
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