After a long time under construction, the Premier Inn on Broadgate in Lincoln is now open to the public, which hopes to boost the local economy by £6.5 million.
The chain brand hotel on Broadgate created 50 jobs for local residents, and was officially opened on June 3 by Mayor of Lincoln Pat Vaughan and weatherman John Kettley.
The hotel has 130 rooms, with prices starting at £29 per night. Each room can hold up to two adults and two children. Rooms include en suite facilities, a king-size bed, TV with Freeview, a desk area, WiFi and tea and coffee. The site also has its own restaurant, Thyme, where guests can purchase an all-you-can-eat full English breakfast amongst other dishes on its menu.
Darrell Sabin, General Manager of Premier Inn Lincoln City Centre said: “The hotel is ideally located for those looking for a great value weekend break with all that Lincoln has to offer on its doorstep. Its central location will also be extremely convenient for business travellers looking for accommodation.”
There is also a Premier Inn on Lincoln Road on Canwick Hill.