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All reviews car park multi storey meal deal lichfield city centre pay and display key card beacon park beautiful city sleep quality comfortable bed poached eggs bars and restaurants the hotel is clean on arrival family room ideal location good nights sleep
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Reviewed 20 September 2016

As one of their smaller new breed of hotel, this one manages to feel individual in style and a bit boutiquey rather than a shrine to purple. Nice to look at from the outside too. Very handy for city centre and the busy road on the doorstep doesn't intrude with noise. A little bit away from the train and bus stations but OK to walk from in dry weather. Only downside was the length of time main courses were taking to emerge from the kitchen in the evening with only 2 tables in the restaurant taken. And the bath towel was old and thin. However these aspects in no way spoiled my stay and at £35 for a Sunday night I'd gladly stay again. If you want to tour round by bus be sure to do your homework in advance as the Tourist Information Centre doesn't stock bus timetable leaflets for any operator.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled solo
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Thank scotsjimbo
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Reviewed 20 September 2016

This hotel is in a brilliant location, right in the city centre. Rooms are clean, basic as would be expected in a Premier Inn, but excellent value for money. Car park next to hotel is not too expensive, less than £5 for 24 hours parking, and there's free wifi.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Caroline K
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Reviewed 15 September 2016

Premier Inn Lichfield is in a good location as regards the City but its relationship to the road and infrastructure is poor. There is a pedestrian crossing and double yellow lines along the entire frontage. It is necessary to turn in beside the hotel to drop off. The front door is therefore not adjacent to the nearest drop off point. Drop off point is also in an access road, staff car park so there is pressure not to stop here either. Car horns etc.
We arrived to go straight to a wedding. It was raining. My daughter was not impressed at having to walk in the rain back around the corner and along the road to the main doors.
This is a new hotel. It would not have taken much to have given some thought to the road system and an obvious easy solution concerning door positioning being applied at the design stage.
. . . “It’s not rocket science!”

The hotel has not car parking of concessions on the council Pay & Display. One opposite [slightly more expensive] and University West [fractionally cheaper] on the opposite corner accessed off the traffic island.
Be aware parking charges apply Mon – Sun 7.30 am to 6.30 pm. Sunday’s are a “flat rate” of £1 but failure could result in penalty.

There is also a multi storey car park 2 to 3 minutes walk behind the hotel.

We were attending a wedding and the hotel was congested with guests for a number of other weddings to. There was a queue of more than a dozen people. The reception was at first unmanned and the Kiosk check-in machines [2] were not working. When the reception staff appeared they refused to begin the check-in early. Presumably early check-in is another income stream? We had to wait better than 30 mins to get checked-in and there were plenty of disgruntled folk behind us.

Once done everything was fine. The hotel is quite new, modern, clean and perhaps a little ‘soulless.’ Premier Inn are towards the budget end of the market although perhaps not always as budget in price as they might be. The rooms therefore in style, fixtures and fitting reflect this.
“Functional” more than stylish.

There is a free Wi-Fi service but it does drop out periodically. Presumably the irritation of having to keep logging back in will entice guests into upgrading to the paid service. Bit of a ‘dated’ attitude with so many hotels, pubs and even public spaces offering free unfettered Wi-Fi.

Premier Inn group Breakfast’s are of course well known and well promoted and perhaps represent the best value for money the chain has to offer.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank RogerBHX
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Reviewed 14 September 2016

As always with a premier inn you know what to expect, but this one has no windows that can be opened and so no fresh air in the room. Given you check in on a kiosk with no human interaction, who can you ask?!

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled on business
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Thank david r
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Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Lovely central hotel.
Parking strange set up but just behind the hotel.
Lovely park about 400 metres away.
Pretty city to walk round on summers evening.
We are in the evening at the JD Wetherspoons just around the corner. Restaurant was quite privet for a family but lots of food outlets nearby.

Stayed: July 2016, travelled with family
Thank Clabburn1
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