Premier Inn Sunderland North West Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Sunderland North West Hotel
Premier inn was the perfect stay for us! We needed to be close to the stadium of light and we were, we also had an Argos (for a phone card) and sainsburys (supermarket) close by so we were really set...
It is a 3km walk from the stadium, which we found great! As we had to go there twice! The hotel itself is an older building with no lifts, but I felt it had charm. If you look past carrying your bag up one or two flights of stairs you will see the gorgeous staff that work here. We had very helpful staff during the day who were so lovely to us! The only inconsistency with staff was a gentleman working at night did not know the area and didn't really seem interested in helping us find somewhere to eat.
The room was sized large with a bath in the bathroom! Normal tea and coffee facilities, basic amenities, but I loved this hotel and would stay here again!
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