On Sat, 16 May 2020 18:10:26 +0100, Harry Bloomfield wrote:
I think that hotels can now open to provide accomodation for workers.
The SI for the last amendments says:
(2) In regulation 5(4), after sub-paragraph (a), insert
(aa) to provide accommodation for any person
(i) who works in one of the critical sectors listed in the guidance
titled Guidance for critical workers who can access schools or
educational settings published by the Cabinet Office and the
Department for Education
and updated on 5th May 2020(b), and
(ii) whose need for accommodation is connected to their work;
I've not checked what Regulation 5(4) is...
Who was paying the bill? B-)
Travelodge went through a *very* bad patch a few years ago, like not
providing soap and a towel! Maintenance went down the pan. Horrible
places. Cheap and frequented by stag/hen nights...
More recently they have started supplying soap and towels again,
maintaining them better and also doing major refurbishment. They
aren't too bad now, especially the refurbished ones. Breakfast is a
problem as most don't have any dining facilties and aren't co-sited
with a sister chain pub/restraunt like Premier Inn.
But if your not getting to the place until 2100 and out the door
again at 0700, provided you can wash and sleep what more do you
I used to get almost daily email messages from a UK retailer offering
discounts on goods. I directed these automatically to my junk bin.
During the X weeks of lock-down these messages ceased but now they have
started to reappear but without any mention of discount.
On Saturday, 16 May 2020 16:52:26 UTC+1, David WE Roberts (Google) wrote:
fwiw my time at a premier inn was surprisingly good. Just expected cheap but got an OTT bedroom, fairly good food & no lack of willingness to assist with the couple of issues that cropped up, neither of which were their fault.
Had they been trying to hit you then?
I guess these are computer generated automatic things. Reminds me of the
many sci fi stories where travellers are welcomed to a planet by some
automated system but there is nobody left.
This newsgroup posting comes to you directly from...
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.