Loving the Merlin passes – Premier Inn Chessington Part 3

By | August 19, 2016

This week we continued “Loving The Merlin Passes” summer theme by visiting Chessington World of Adventures  and Legoland staying in the Premier Inn Chessington.

We arrived at the hotel at mid morning, the car park was quiet with lots of empty spaces, we were immediately greeted by attentive staff and pleased that our room was already waiting for us. The hotel was spotlessly clean and our room, which had just undergone a renovation, was gorgeous, the children were delighted by the swans made out of towels, took them nano seconds to turn them back into regular towels but it was a nice little touch.

swans

The was ample space in the room, there was an uber comfy king size and 2 single beds, but still lots of room for Indie to practice her cartwheels (not annoying at all lol). The room was equipped with:

  • A luxury kingsize** Hypnos bed (seriously comfortable)
  • A lightweight yet toasty duvet
  • A choice of firm and soft pillows
  • A powerful shower, with baths at most hotels
  • A hairdryer
  • Freeview TV with 80 channels
  • Free Wi-Fi* and a handy desk and chair
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Cocooning blackout curtains

We were also provided with an electric fan.

Chessington World of Adventure is a short stroll of about 5 -6 minutes from the hotel.

premier tv

Food was served in the Beefeater next door where we ate Dinner and breakfast, It was a really hot day and by the time we arrived for dinner I was grumpy and tired, hence no photographs of dinner, I really have to commend the staff for enduring me, they were happy for us to take our desserts back to the hotel.

Breakfast was a huge buffet, all the items were continually stocked, fresh and kept at the optimum temperature, we really enjoyed everything we ate, it set us up for another long theme park day, the staff were again really friendly and accommodating.

brekkie 2 brekkie

I would return to this hotel and recommend it to friends and family 🙂

Loving the Merlin Passes part 1.

 

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