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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)||
|Triple Room (2 Adults + 1 Child)||
|Double Room - Disability Access|
|Double Room with Two Double Beds (2 Adults + 2 Children)||
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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.
Cards accepted at this property
Premier Inn Bristol City Centre (Haymarket) accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorise your card prior to arrival.
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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.
Easy access to town centre
Paying for parking
Location and staff
Going to breakfast
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.
central location proximity to bus station quiet room tea/coffee making facilities choice of pillows & comfortable bed
you can't open windows air-conditioning loud (older model)
The staff were very helpfull both upon checking in and when we went for a meal. Excellent.
staff very helpful room very clean quiet for centre of city breakfast
price of car park
Comfortable room and beds
Would not take cash and booking in and breakfast tea could be better
Nice professional helpful staff Clean and tidy on inside Baggage store
Area felt a little rough Air con very noisy Lift was a pain
Very close to shops, bus and train station.
Breakfast is expensive.
FRIENLINESS OF STAFF
BREAKFAST HAVING TO QUEUE FOR 20 MINS THEN THEY RAN OUT OF JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING, AND WERE PUT ON A TABLE NEXT TO A FOUL MOUTHED GROUP OF YOUNG MEN
No air conditioning. It wasn't solved. Couldn't open windows.no feedback from staff.
I and my partner was talked down to once twice three times very unhappy with service
I and my partner was talked down to once twice three times very unhappy with service
Poor Cleanliness Air Conditioning Not Working Waiting 30 minutes For Breakfast
Breakfast and car parking facilities
Room was not adequate for four people
There was no free wifi only only 30 minutes
Customer service when I was leaving, they were so helpful, which was much appreciated
I asked to have a room in a quiet part of the hotel. I thought excellent when we went through a door which said "Ssshhh - quiet zone" then found that there was a screaming baby in the room next to us! The adjoining Beefeater restaurant I would give a 6 out of 10 to. Main problem on the day of our arrival was very slow service, through lack of staff in my opinion. On the 2nd day it was a warm quorn burger, I actually sent back to be reheated, then it came back much the same. I did point it out and was the offered a free pudding/coffee, which I declined.
Fantastic stay where the Staff were so helpful and friendly. One word for the Staff would be 'Fantastic'. Always a smile and a greeting. Brilliant breakfast in the mornings.
Restaurant in the mornings for breakfast was a bit hectic at times due to what appeared to be a shortage of staff. Although I believe the restaurant is not run by Premier Inn.But having said that the food was delicious. Likewise with food on offer throughout the day.
Great central location
Poor Parking, Hotel Carpark full, Parking under student accomadation and next to bus station also limited (pay by phone parking only)
The breakfast was superb, but most of all, we liked the staff, who helped us to get a parking place although there were none left ...
Number of parking places.
Convenient location very near bus station. Good breakfast Aircon available for hot summer
Checking in process was very chaotic, long standing line and no waiting seats. A double room (for two) has only one small chair and a small bed.
The location of the hotel wasn't easy to find in the centre of Bristol. Having eventually found it , the carpark was even harder to locate, which isn't what you need after a long journey. The hotels carpark was a small multi- storey that was chargeable at an additional £12 per night ,which we thought was a rip off .Having arrived at this car park we found it to be full. Upon speaking with one of the hotel staff for information as to where we could park, they were not particularly sympathetic to our plight and I had to drag out this information and directions to the nearest carpark which wasn't that near and was again difficult to get to with road works . This carpark costed us an additional charge of £20 for the night for us to park. The hotel reception had a self check in service which I thought lacked the personal touch . This machine threw out the card key. I wasn't given any information about breakfast / dinning options or how to use the lift with the card key and more importantly where our room was, . The room was adequate but was freezing as the air con unit was on and only seemed to have one speed and temp . This was particularly annoying at night as the unit was very noisy so we turned it off but could not open the windows as these were fixed down . So we suffered a very stuffy nights sleep thus we didn't sleep very well. I was extremely disappointed with this as the only reason I had booked the premier inn as I was led to believe it guaranteed a good nights sleep , this was not the case for me and my family . The morning breakfast was a nightmare it lacked organisation with queues of people waiting to be seated and the self service breakfast was a "free for all" .When we eventually managed to get to the hot breakfast bar there was limited choice as most of the food had already gone and had not replaced . I had made staff aware of this so they could replace but this fell on deaf ears .
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