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Premier Inn launch sale on over two million hotel rooms – prices from £29 up

Summer is here and Britons are keen on spending their days off relaxing in hotels across the UK. To celebrate, Premier Inn has launched a massive sale and offering millions of rooms for discounted prices – discover more here.

The summer is here and the hot weather makes it the perfect time to relax with friends and family.

Just in time for the holidays, Premier Inn has just announced a massive sale and is discounting millions of hotel rooms across the UK.

Whether you’re looking for a quick getaway or want to take a week off, this is the perfect opportunity to book a room.

Prices start at £29 per night, so don’t hesitate to book here!

With seaside locations and unlimited breakfast buffets available at hotels, book a stay at the Premier Inn.

There are also several locations near theme parks and attractions like Warwick Castle, Alton Towers and more, making it great for cheap overnight stays.

Some locations are offering rooms in August for £35 and under include the Premier Inn Slough, Premier Inn Warwick and Premier Inn Stratford Upon Avon.

Holidaymakers can still take advantage of Premier Inn’s flexible rates which also includes same-day cancellation policy, discover more hotels here.

Known for comfortable beds, tasty food and quality service, Premier Inn is the perfect place to book for all holidays.

Available now, the offer is applicable on bookings from 10 August 2021 to 16 December 2021.

Please note, this deal excludes Premier Inn hotels in central London and the Channel Islands.

In addition, Premier Inn also just launched ‘Wheelies: The Suitcase Mechanics’ which is the world’s first garage turned suitcase upgrade shop and allows holidaymakers to trade in their old suitcases for new ones.


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