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I wonder what sort of guests stay at a Premier Inn ?
Or maybe the problem with noisy guests is one that mainly affects weekend stays.
Just noticed that it’s from the Daily Getsmuchworse. In which case, the reporting is likely to be as accurate as it is over local councils’ bin collection services/”Snoopers hiding in bins” shock, horror scandal….
I stayed in a brand new primer inn in UK recently and cannot fault it.
If you can accommodate the purple colour of everything, you will be fine.
In fact, it compared very favourably to many hiltons I usually stay at.
No reason to doubt the accuracy of the story. It quotes Premier Inn’s CEO Andy Harrison.
But I recall that rival chain Travelodge introduced “sleep wardens” a couple of years ago so I guess this is Premier Inn’s response.
For what it’s worth, noisy people make more noise shushing and trying to tell others to be quiet than the original racket. Now how sensitive will these be? Just wondering if a really heavy noisy snorer would kick them off too??? 😉