Premier Inn Bracknell Central
Wokingham Road, Berks, Bracknell, RG20 5TL, United Kingdom
A terrible experience
I booked for three days in premier inn and with best of knowledge this hotel doesn't maintain any standards of premier inn. My observations-
a) It was freezing temperature outside, and the room-heating doesn't work. Thermostat in the room will start the heater will be off in 10-15 minutes upon starting manually. Even, receptionist was helpless. He couldn't help me at all to keep it running. So, I had to wake up every time when I feel cold to start the room heating again. I had two terrible nights in premier inn before I caught cold and switched my hotel on third day.
b) Did not even returned my third day money.
c) No room service
d) I paid for 2 days of internet as soon as I arrived in the hotel but internet always kept on displaying "maximum connection limit reached" and I had to work using my phone 3G connection.
e) Inadequate toiletries in bathroom combined with no room service.
f) Room wasn't cleaned properly when I came back from my office on day 2. My room was on ground floor They even left the window open.
g) Room is very noisy. Usually in other premier inn they guarantee that rooms will not have any noise but in my case either my room was terrible or my neighbours were hammering the walls all night.
It was one of the terrible hotels I have been to.
Unique Quality: Paid for three days, but couldn't live in that room on third day. Shifted my room.
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Former 3M office block. February 25th, 2005.
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Type 'bracknell parking' into google and you'll get a link to 'bracknell-forest.gov.uk' You can navigate this to give you a list of all parking in Bracknell; the link is too long for me to cut & paste.
Travel Tips for Bracknell
Hummers International Tournament
Hummers are the Bracknell u14 team (or one of them). 2006 was their 9th international tournament, held at the town's John Nike Leisuresport Complex. A 3 day tournament.
My son's team - Perth Cobras - was part of the international contingent, along with teams from Wales, Sweden and Denmark. There was a bunch of English teams, of course.
Kids had a lot of fun and didnt win, but didn't come last either.
Parents...well, left wondering why they do it, mostly.
The ice rink is one of the better ones we've been to. Endless patience.
Large amounts of faked enthusiasm.
Hollywood Bowl at Bracknell
If you enjoy bowling you should like this place a lot. On wednesday nights they turn off most of the lights and the bowling balls and the pins glow differnet colours in the dark. You can get food and drink brought out to your lane by the staff. There is also a large amount of arcade machines to keep the kids happy, or for those who are still young at heart. They have a bar and a cafe within the complex which offer nice food and drinks with perfectly good services. You don't need any as it is all provided, but you can use your own ball if you have one.
Bracknell Rugby Football Club
Bracknell Rugby Football Club was founded in 1955 and moved to it's present location in 1972 with the premises being extended in 1980 and again in 1989. The Club established itself as one of the pace-setters, realising that if a club is to survive and prosper it must have a sound financial base upon which to work. It was this financial stability that enabled the Club to extend it's Clubhouse in the 1980's and further extensions in 1989, major refurbishment in 1993, with another successful tour to North America and redecoration on the Clubhouse exterior in 1995. Recent interior re-decoration has taken place, with more work on improvements to the Clubhouse facilities planned for the near future. It is hoped that these will include disabled access, larger Gymnasium, additional car parking and sponsors lounge.
Bracknell RFC had been aware for some time that their playing performances had not matched it's ambition and potential so in January 1992 the Club secured the services of ex-England and Wasps Prop. Paul Rendall as Administrator/Coach on a part-time basis. This appointment became full time in late 1992 as Director of Rugby and the progress made following it is there for all to see, promotion to Southern Counties in 1992/3, followed by a steady climb into South West Two (East), where they were runners up for two seasons becoming unbeaten League winners in 1996/97. Promotion at the 1st attempt from South West One was achieved in 1997/8 to take the club into the National League for the first time in it's history, but they didn't stop here last season the Club won National League Two and will be playing in National League One next year with the top 26 clubs in the country. The club was also honoured with a Civic Reception given by Bracknell Forest Borough Council together with an inscribed memento presented by the Borough Mayor, to mark the Club's achievement. None, just bring your friends.
The Queen's Silver Jubilee Garden
This little place can be found a short way from Princess Square on your way towards the bus station. It is a pleasent site to see in summer time when all the flowers are out. The egg was created by Taslim Martin.
On your travels around Bracknell you may at one time go through one of the many underpass and happen to notice the well designed murals which decorate the walls. They add a bit of life and colour to the otherwise dull underpasses of the town.
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Address: Wokingham Road, Berks, Bracknell, RG20 5TL, United Kingdom