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Premier Inn questions


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Good evening gentleman, 

 

I am trying to get some info regarding premier inn. Its a cheap enough hotel with a pool and wifi and nice looking rooms, but id like to know from someone who's stayed there if its guest friendly and what its really like.

 

Thank you in advance

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  • 1 month later...

Premier Inn (OZO)

 

Response to joiner policy email: “Our hotel will offer free of charge for one visitor overnight joining, per room per night, for the additional third person an extra charge of 500 THB net per night must be paid.”

 

Enjoy

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i've never been in it either as ozo or premier but i have read several different posters describe the rooms as very small.

so maybe ok for a couple of days

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i send them a email about the joiner policy and they reply fast :

Our hotel will offer free of charge for visitor joining,
( Note that Thai law requires that all guests must be registered, both foreign and Thai nationals. Thai law also requires all of its citizen’s carry an official identification card on them at all times once they reach the age of 18. )



does anyone have more experiences with this hotel Premier Inn ?

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hi miele

 

stayed there when it first opened, rooms very nice and comfiest bed ive ever slept in, only problem was noisy indian guests but were quiet after i had told them :GoldenSmile1:

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Good to know ! I'll be there un june hope it will be as you say :)

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Update - The hotel does not take ID off lady guests. Not sure if this is bad or not, but I'm use to getting a phone call from the desk to make sure things are ok before they give the ID back. PBR use to do all this..

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Been there twice, both as OZO and as Premier inn, nice value for the money. Nice pool and useful gym just in case..

good things: modern room,  staff ( the guy in charge of the pool bar is a great professional) , pool, wifi works well.

not so good: rooms are small but enough, no balcony , back when i stayed there were construction workers nearby meaning noise.

 

warnings:  non smoking hotel, there is just a small corner on the rooftop for smoking.

 

overall is recommendable.

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Premier Inn is guest friendly. Just send them a message asking if i can bring 2 guest for the night : 
 

Dear Sir,

 

Greetings from Premier Inn Pattaya!

 

First of all, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your kind selected our hotel to be the place of your stay.

 

Our hotel will offer free of charge for visitor joining, Note that Thai law requires that all guests must be registered, both foreign and Thai nationals. Thai law also requires all of its citizen’s carry an official identification card on them at all times once they reach the age of 18.

 

Kindly note : no any responsible by the hotel for any loss or damage of your valuables and any problem

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Update - The hotel does not take ID off lady guests. Not sure if this is bad or not, but I'm use to getting a phone call from the desk to make sure things are ok before they give the ID back. PBR use to do all this..

Stayed here in October this year and they do now take ID and call the room to check everything is ok.  

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Stayed here in October this year and they do now take ID and call the room to check everything is ok.  

 

I've stayed here many times, yes I agree they ask at check in that you bring all guests to reception regardless of time, meaning even during the day if the reception is busy and they don't see you enter.

 

Best beds and pillows I've experienced in Thailand, rooms a little small but ok, good tv, very clean, good shower, good wifi.

 

Been using this hotel for over two years on every trip, nothing bad to say about it. 

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Never used the hotel but I would think using the "Premier Inn" brand you would not have major problems and if you are a bit location experienced it is not a bad location.

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Used this hotel alot and as stated small rooms but  beds are great, probably best i slept in thailand.

Small but ok pool,  pay around 1000-1200 baht depending on season.

 

Guest friendly, takes ID and calls to check if ok.

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Staying because tour organiser has already booked other guys and can only hope the good reports here make up for the very small, 20sqm, rooms with no balcony. Nearly booked else where to be honest but didn't want to create waves with anyone. Will give a report mid Feb.

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4 hours ago, ableyone said:

From July 1 2017 the Premier Inn Pattaya becomes the Travelodge Pattaya.

Thanks for the info, I have a few bookings there later this year but haven't received notice yet.

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Just returned from 10 day stay at Premier Inn. They took the I'd and required my guest to sign in each time. Elevator requires card key to use so you must escort your guest downstairs after your ST/LT.  I found front desk to be very professional. Good, quiet, but small rooms.  Other guests can be an issue.  Had many Arabs who played loud music and left doors open WTF??  Otherwise a nice stay.

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21 minutes ago, LaLaBoy said:

Just returned from 10 day stay at Premier Inn. They took the I'd and required my guest to sign in each time. Elevator requires card key to use so you must escort your guest downstairs after your ST/LT.  I found front desk to be very professional. Good, quiet, but small rooms.  Other guests can be an issue.  Had many Arabs who played loud music and left doors open WTF??  Otherwise a nice stay.

Excellent hotel I hope it remains the same when it becomes a Travelodge.

The elevator doesn't require the card key to access the ground floor though (also the top floor with the restaurant/pool).

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Room Sizes:

 

Double - 20 sqm

Superior - 40 sqm

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On 6/14/2017 at 3:21 AM, ableyone said:

From July 1 2017 the Premier Inn Pattaya becomes the Travelodge Pattaya.

first Ozo, then Premier Inn now Travelodge lucky pics are all digital these days instead of having to pay for film or i would be struggling to keep up.............

 

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