Premier Inn celebrated a big milestone this week as the hotel chain opened its 800th hotel in the UK.
The brand unveiled its brand new Skegness Seafront Hotel and to celebrate, they commissioned a quirky sandcastle replica of the hotel just a few steps away!
The impressive structure stood at over one metre high and weighed over one tonne, standing proud as the hotel was officially opened by Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness.
The new property sits within walking distance of the town's pier, beach and train station, not to mention the hotel's rooms will feature Hypnos beds®and en-suite bathrooms, as well as an on-site restaurant with an all-you-can-eat-breakfast buffet.
Premier Inn rooms start from £35 per night, and we've actually got a guide with top tips for finding the cheapest rooms no matter where in the UK you are travelling.
And of course it's always worth keeping your eyes peeled for sales such as the brand's summer sale which included school holiday dates.
(If you are thinking of a staycation we've got a cheap UK holidays guide with top tips on the best destinations and where to find more deals too).
Matt Warman said of the new Premier Inn hotel: "It is great to have Whitbread open the Premier Inn hotel on Skegness’s North Parade, creating 70 year-round jobs for people in and around the town.
"It has been obvious from the word go that this British business takes its commitment to local communities seriously, with Whitbread working closely with Skegness Job Centre Plus to provide employment opportunities for jobseekers in the area, as well as creating apprenticeships for young people looking to develop their potential.
Source: Read Full Article