Premier Inn Salisbury located at Pearce Way, Salisbury SP1 3GU, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0333 321 8461

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Mark Moore

4 Google Rating

Decent hotel stop on the way home. Clean and tidy, no problems checking in, polite & pleasant staff.

4/ 5

Decent hotel stop on the way home. Clean and tidy, no problems checking in, polite & pleasant staff. Good night's sleep. Good breakfast, but would probably like more vegan options for my family. Would stay again.

David B

2 Google Rating

Standard Premier Inn. Had a room with no working A/C and instead a loud fan in the room, didn't slee

2/ 5

Standard Premier Inn. Had a room with no working A/C and instead a loud fan in the room, didn't sleep well. Tried to speak to someone at reception but of course it's 2019 so just machines... The only save and grace is the good night sleep guarantee which refunded my stay.

Craig Gill

4 Google Rating

Premier Inns generally provide consistent good quality, comfortable, clean rooms and my stay was up

4/ 5

Premier Inns generally provide consistent good quality, comfortable, clean rooms and my stay was up to the usual high standard. Check in was friendly & efficient. Whilst this hotel does not benefit from air condition, I arrived to find a fan had been turned on in my room providing a cool room when temperature outside was 22 degrees. Nice touch and much appreciated. Thank you.

Richard Woodall

5 Google Rating

Can't go wrong. Stayed in loads of Premier inns. They charge a fair price compared to others around

5/ 5

Can't go wrong. Stayed in loads of Premier inns. They charge a fair price compared to others around. Good nights sleep, beds are amazing. Clean, quiet and good food!

Deano Banjo

5 Google Rating

Stayed here for 6 weeks Solid. The Staff in the Hotel are Superb! The rooms were well serviced. Comf

5/ 5

Stayed here for 6 weeks Solid. The Staff in the Hotel are Superb! The rooms were well serviced. Comfortable and Clean. The Hotel Amazing. The Let Down is The Restaurant and Bar Attached. "Table Table" The Staff are quite Rude and Slow. The food wasn't Great. Breakfast staff were rude.

Margaret Walker

4 Google Rating

Stayed 2 nights. Room was large and bed was comfortable. Serve yourself breakfasts were good and "a

4/ 5

Stayed 2 nights. Room was large and bed was comfortable. Serve yourself breakfasts were good and "as much as you can eat".

Rob Gillingwater

4 Google Rating

Good standard, comfortable rooms and very quiet. Friendly staff. Hotel in nice setting with plenty

4/ 5

Good standard, comfortable rooms and very quiet. Friendly staff. Hotel in nice setting with plenty of parking. Access via automatic doors and card entry which mostly worked. Building has a separate annex which is inconvenient when the weather is bad and you are carrying luggage.

Peter Thomas

4 Google Rating

Neat tidy room but as I only have one leg I found it a bit disconcerting that I was on first floor i

4/ 5

Neat tidy room but as I only have one leg I found it a bit disconcerting that I was on first floor in an annex and the shower was over a bath. Evening meal was excellent as was breakfast. Staff very friendly.

Rose Cripps

4 Google Rating

Lovely clean and comfortable brilliant night sleep. Need to get more milk after one cup each. Could

4/ 5

Lovely clean and comfortable brilliant night sleep. Need to get more milk after one cup each. Could do with better stock. Bus service into good so you don't need to take care.

Helen Clarke

4 Google Rating

Room very hot, heating thermostat instructions given were different to actual heating thermostat. Ro

4/ 5

Room very hot, heating thermostat instructions given were different to actual heating thermostat. Room pretty dusty. Good to see there were actually electric sockets by the bed

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