London Hotel Tour: Premier Inn Waterloo

This video gives you a room tour of Premier Inn Waterloo (Westminster Bridge) located in London. We stayed here for seven nights.

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OnCloudNine62 says:

The room and surrounding areas of the hotel is beautiful.  Also, the room key system for turning on lights is installed on cruise ship as well.  Its an energy saving thing.

OnCloudNine62 says:

If the rooms are on the some side, I think a big window with the lovely view makes it seems less confined.

sarah beasleigh says:

The building you we’re pointing to is the bt tower.

OnCloudNine62 says:

I don’t think I saw one in your room tour but did the room have a mini fridge or microwave?

Krazy Kooking says:

Awesome Tami! That looks like a really cool place! 😀

nicksynet says:

Premier Inn beds are the best I stayed at the Premier Inn and the park Plaza which is also brilliant place to stay.

Jimmy Ellis says:

do the windows open

Samantha Yuk says:

If you ever come to London again, you should stay at the St Giles Hotel, it’s 15 minutes away from Oxford Circus and its central to a lot of shops!

Ronald Ross says:

You sure got a great deal. $200 per night in London for a room like that is a steal. I never would have considered the Waterloo area before, but after seeing your video, I might reconsider. As always, thanks for doing this.

Mary Izlelyn Yabut says:

I’m so glad I found your channel! 🙂 Im planning our trip to London and I think I’ll book this hotel, too! You mentioned about the bus station was right next door. Is this the public bus or is this for a private tour you booked? Thanks in advance! Im travelling with 2 girls (7 and 9) along with my husband. Trying to be smart about this trip


Your hotel room looked very nice. We love the idea of using the card to turn on the lights and the shampoo/soap dispenser in the shower… a great idea.

Mzdiva924 says:

Hey Ms. Tami I am planning a trip to London next year and because of this video, I plan on using Premier Inn. Did yall book through the Premier Inn website or a 3rd party vendor? If you booked through the hotel, was your cards charged in US dollars and your bank charge you a fee? I’ve never traveled out of the US and I don’t know how that will go. Thank you

Rachel Watkinson says:

we stay in premier inns all the time when traveling and we are staying at the waterloo one nxt yr beds sooooo comfy arnt they xx

P00772 says:

We going to London next month.. Have 3 hotels in mind. Park Plaza Hotel, Wesminster Bridge Hotel and Premier Inn Waterloo. This video is so informative. Thank you!!

Despina Mitsou says:

Hi, I have just recently found your channel . I really enjoy your videos. I also liked the hotel tour and all the other videos . I have been to Park Plaza , near where you stayed . It was costly but nice. I liked your hotel as well . And the price was better . I also stayed at St Giles hotel in Bedford St., I believe the street was called in the center of town that was closer to Oxford street. It was nice because the first time I went I did a lot of shopping so it was convenient to go back to the hotel and leave the shopping bags.You reminded me of the good old times. Thanks for sharing . I really enjoy your channel. I live in Greece , Rhodes and I like to visit other countries and meet new people. Bye from Greece.

Amazing Stud says:

am getting used to how cool ur video is! lols. brilliant once again! quick one though, do the vehicles blow their horns? cos Ive lived in kent for 2 years now and havent heard a car horn. just wondering..,

TheClunkingFist says:

Not a bad view at all. Nice!

DansJets says:

Great review Tami. That happened to us in Hong Kong at the Marriott, could not figure out the lights. Finally called down and had to put the key in a slot by the door, like yours and there were the lights. Nice view.

Darriane Mabry says:

Lol when prices aren’t listed… you know that means expensive!!

Tim Daugherty says:

I stayed in Westminster. A church rents out the old boarding rooms for $55 night. I stayed 11 nights. Shared bath but hardly anyone is in the house at the same time. .Its Saint Matthews House 20 Great Peter Street. Check it out. But they book fast!

Ronald Ross says:

Yes, I usually stay in South Kensington near the V & A museum. It’s a very residential area and the South Kensington station has the Circle, Picadilly & District lines which is handy. The problem is it’s pretty expensive. I am leaving in about a week, and will incorporate some of your visits into mine. I always bring home a load of chocolates, etc. also, thanks for the camera info. When they become available I will be getting the Canon G7X Mark I I.

Craft Corner with Esther C says:

That was an awesome view. I could wake up to that everyday

David McDonald says:

The beds are Hypnos beds if you want to look at pricing. Love Premier Inns. They are a budget chain but they have everything you need and i have never had a bad night stay. The breakfast is pricey but is very good and all you can eat.

OnCloudNine62 says:

BTW, thanks for sharing all your trip videos.  I so enjoyed them & they made me feel like I was there with you all.  🙂

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