More than 40 Premier Inn Hotels in Germany, Starting at €55/Night (Refundable)

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The British hotel chain Premier Inn is expanding strongly into Germany and has already opened more than 40 hotels in Germany. So far, the chain is relatively unknown in Germany – and therefore tries to draw attention to itself with absolutely competitive prices. You can stay in most hotels for €55-65 per night, and the availability of cheap dates is currently pretty good, especially in the winter and spring months. In some cases, however, there are even availabilities for the below-mentioned prices in the summer months.

The prices of Premier Inn hotels are often well below the local competition and with really good facilities.

The following Premier Inn hotels are currently available in Germany, with the respective starting prices:

The price is usually for a flex rate, i.e. it can be cancelled free of charge up to 6 p.m. on the day of arrival, and you don’t even have to provide a credit card when booking.

Breakfast is not included in the price, but can be added for €12.50 per person per day. In the evenings, most hotels offer a pizza menu for around €10 per pizza.

In principle, up to two children under the age of 16 can stay for free in their parents’ room. Family rooms are available with sofa beds at no extra charge. A cot can also be booked for small children free of charge. Breakfast is also free for children when at least one adult pays for breakfast.

Most hotels are not completely new buildings but come from hotel portfolios that have been bought up. Before that, they belonged to another chain, e.g. Holiday Inn Express in Düsseldorf. However, the rooms are always completely renovated and adapted to Premier Inn facilities. There are also some new buildings, e.g. Hamburg City and Munich City. The Premier Inn hotels are mostly mid-range hotels in downtown locations or near trade fairs or airports.

Our Experience with Premier Inn

In September 2021 I stayed at the Premier Inn St. Pauli in Hamburg. The rooms are of a good size and are well-equipped (kettle, desk, two different pillows…). The whole hotel seemed very new and well-kept. Parking was possible in the underground car park for €1 per hour. Fair for the location.

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