Good Location, a litre dated thou....
I stayed at the hotel after visiting the NEC and had a breakfast meeting arranged at the hotel.
I got a parking space, which was fortunate as all the hotels seem to have limited parking, although there is a large car park 5 mins away, but it was good being able to park at the hotel, only £3 too..
The reception welcome was pleasant and informative.
The breakfast the next morning at my breakfast meeting was fresh and well presented and tasty.
Checkout was a breeze.
My room, 207 was at the front of the hotel, so a little noisy for me with the main road being only 30 feet away.
It was a double, but a compact double, I wouldn't have wanted to attempt to do any work, as there wasn't enough space.
The room was in need of a modernisation, it was 80's style at best, if not a little 70's.
The bed was reasonable, but don't expect premier inn comfort, the mattress has seen better days.
The price was reasonable for a week day, £67.50 plus £3 for parking, it was close to the centre with good amenities, such as restaurants, shops and the RSc.
Some modernisation would really improve things, so on this occasion I can only offer an average score. less