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Reviewed 28 September 2018 via mobile

Although reliably better than most similarly priced independent hotels, this Premier Inn was not quite the usual standard. The bathroom was not cleaned properly & there was a panel loose by the toilet. The restaurant had no pizzas, steaks or sea bass, although we managed to choose an enjoyable meal.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Sam4a
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Reviewed 20 September 2018

Great location, only a short walk and a 5 minute train ride from the center of Liverpool - without the city centre price. The rooms are clean and comfortable, the staff are very freindly and helpful. There is a free car park on site.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank G535IImatts
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Reviewed 19 September 2018

As part of our holiday around Cheshire, we decided to visit Merseyside, with the focus being a trip to Liverpool. As a family we had never been before although I have a very blurred memory of visiting the city centre when attending an away game at Goodison Park.

Looking into the hotels in the area we found the Premier Inn Birkenhead. The price was around £40-£50 cheaper a night compared to its namesake across the river, literally ten minutes away. Looking at its location it was within a ten minute walk from the ferry terminal to cross the Mersey. The cost of this for our family of 4, still gave us a massive saving over staying in the city centre with the added bonus of a boat ride.

First impression for us was a little worrying as its location was right on a busy roundabout joining the Queensway Tunnel. A very busy junction indeed. As busy as it was I can say that the noise level in our first floor room was very little considering our window also looked straight out onto said junction. The hotel also has its own car park which is very secure once you navigate Birkenheads one way system to get into it. The only way to leave is to receive the exit code for the keypad from reception. This car park is also free where the nearest alternative you would have to pay for.

Entering the hotel reception, it was very clean and we received a warm welcome. We were given our room keys and booked ourselves into the restaurant for some food that evening. We took advantage of the meal deal Premier Inn offer containing a two course evening meal with a drink and full breakfast buffet in the morning for around £23.99pp. Breaking it down it is well worth the money.

Entering our room it was basically a carbon copy of a family room in any other premier inn. A nice king size bed, single bed and a single bed pull out. The three beds fill the room and leave little space but are more than adequate for what we want it for and the time we will actually be in there. It was very clean and tidy and we all had very comfortable nights sleep throughout our stay. A bonus was that the room had air conditioning to keep it cooler bearing in mind the sound proof class would be rendered useless if you had to open a window to keep the room cool.

Visiting the restaurant on the evening was enjoyable and relaxing. Our meals were paid for so the only bill was for the kids meals as there are no meal deal for kids as kids eat free at breakfast. All food was delicious, hot and of a generous quantity. The extra alcoholic drinks we bought were a little pricey but I suppose where the meal was cheap, the hotel have to recoup some of the money somewhere.

The Breakfast was again delicious, great variety in continental and full english breakfast. There were also a wide variety of fruit juices and Costa based hot drinks. The hot food was cooked freshly in an open kitchen, which I also like to see.
The only negative at breakfast time was it was a little untidy with finished plates being laid about. Staff were cleaning tables but the restaurant wasn't particularly busy so it wasn't exactly a rush. I don't blame this fully on the staff as there was one family that kept putting their dirty plates roundabout their table including one of the breakfast bars! All they had to do was place them in a pile to one side.

Our two night stay on a whole was great, it is certainly in my top 3 premier inns that I have stayed in. One thing we did pick up on was how quiet it was. The car park was always full on a night but the restaurant never seemed overly busy on a night or for breakfast. The rooms were also very quiet, no trampoline championships from above, TV's blaring next door or elephants walking the corridors. It was pure bliss!

Around the hotel, as mentioned before is a ten minutes walk away from the ferry terminal although we discovered the ferry only runs between 10am and 4:30pm from there. A five minute car journey away is the next terminal which runs from 7am till 6:40pm and has free parking all day.

Birkenhead itself is also worth a look around, its a small town with a rich history, it's a little run down in places but where isn't these days. The town has a transport museum with a running vintage tramline running to the town as well as the u-boat museum. It also hosts a busy shopping centre and a few retail parks again a walk away from the hotel.

For us it was all about Liverpool and this was a perfect base for our visit. The saving we made on the room for the two nights more than covered our meal deals, the ferry over the Mersey and our lunch in the city centre. An ideal way to visit the city on a budget.

Date of stay: August 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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2  Thank staincheese
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Reviewed 15 September 2018

Stayed in the hotel for four nights. Very central near Woodside Ferry, Hamilton Square and the Mersey Tunnel. The staff were very friendly and couldn't do enough for you. The breakfast was good but expensive. I didn't have dinner we decided to go the Weatherspoons just round the corner and a lot cheaper. Our room was adequate but not a lot of room for hanging up your clothes or draw space. Very good night's sleep. Small car park which you need a code for to get out. All in all a good stay and I definitely would go back.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Janis P
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Reviewed 14 September 2018 via mobile

Stayed over on business in the area. Hotel was very clean and comfortable, staff very friendly. Ate in the restaurant dinner and breakfast very nice although breakfast is expensive. Free parking space limited but is secure

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled on business
Thank MrJessam
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