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Article from BTNews 30 SEPTEMBER 2013

Premier Inn meeting facilities

Claimed to be the first of its type Premier Inn has launched a meeting space facility.

“Premier Meetings” is a real time booking and payment process to enable businesses to efficiently book a meeting room from the 290 available in 80 Premier Inn hotels across the UK.  Available at all major UK airports “Premier Meeting” rooms range from accommodating four people Boardroom style to the largest room at the Premier Inn Bournemouth, which will accommodate 400 people theatre style. 

Premier Inn says that the new product aims to simplify the booking process dramatically as businesses can set their basic search terms to instantly see all meeting rooms available on their chosen date(s), room dimensions and specifications, menu choices and the cost with day delegate rates starting from as little as £15 and including free wi-fi, mineral water, jotter and pen. 
 
The revolutionary new Premier Meetings system will take on average just three minutes to find, book and pay for a meeting room compared to the lengthy submission processes that are common throughout the industry. 
 
John Forrest, CEO at Premier Inn, said: "At Premier Inn we have millions of business customers and we’re always looking at ways to make their life easier.  It could potentially save a business hours of time and resource as they can now find and book the meeting room they need at the click of a mouse”.  www.premierinn.com

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