Premier Inn Southend Airport
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Premier Inn Southend Airport
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Premier Inn Southend Airport Southend-on-Sea
Travel Blogs from Southend-on-Sea
It was a rainy day so we had a chilled morning and then went to East - an all-you-can-eat Asian buffet for a bargain mid-week lunch price and it was amazing! All the types of food you would expect - Chinese, Thai, Indian and a Tepanyaki station where a chef cooked our chosen bowl of meat and veges. The kids all loved it - and especially the desserts! We needed to go home for a rest ...
... up on us, in no time at all though an evening out was arranged and we set off into the unknown to Canary Wharf.... Once we had successfully navigated the DLR and tube to Canary Wharf, we wandered toind until we found the restaurant. One Canada Square, and Christian, who Beaver hadn't seen for 10 years since she left Vienna. He hadn't changed a bit and soon Nicky and her boyfriend Dave turned up and we were all laughing and reminiscing in no time. The dinner was delicious, ...
This morning at 9:01 Russ rang a number he got off the internet, spoke to a real person, didn't have to fill out a form on line and he took all our details and said he would ring us back and he did!. Sweet. We were most impressed, he was very helpful and we now have insurance for a year and we are covered in Europe for thirty days. Don't ask how much it cost but we are ...
... and we're back in Westminster. Today is: Trafalgar Square where they've erected (for lack of a better word) a new sculpture in July, a giant blue rooster, aptly called 'Cock'. It certainly stands out amongst all the bronzed and stone statues that have been there for so many years. Downing Street, past no. 10, but Mr Cameron's not in, so a picture of the street name and the guards out the front will do as our memory. Queens Horses Guards, which when you walk through we're back ...
... and one that we both feel blessed to have had. We'd like to thank all of you for following our travels, all be it little snippets, but thank you all the same we hope you enjoyed it.
Our lives have been enriched by the people we have met, lived with, worked with and you have all made this experience even sweeter and for that we say thank you!
It sounds a bit of a cliché but believe us when we say - Its been emotional.
Love us ...