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  Premier Inn unveils no-frills hotel brand with 1/2 size rooms from £19 a night

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If they become that cheap ( I suspect £19 is a teaser rate ), it will be cheaper to rent a micro hotel room than an hmo room in high cost rental areas.

The other advantage is that you won't be stuck with 6 month tenancy leading to a more  mobile / flexible work force 

Premier Inn unveils no-frills hotel brand with pod-style rooms

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/oct/22/more-room-at-premier-inn-no-frills-hotel-brand-unveiled

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50 minutes ago, Saving For a Space Ship said:

If they become that cheap ( I suspect £19 is a teaser rate ), it will be cheaper to rent a micro hotel room than an hmo room in high cost rental areas.

The other advantage is that you won't be stuck with 6 month tenancy leading to a more  mobile / flexible work force 

Premier Inn unveils no-frills hotel brand with pod-style rooms

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/oct/22/more-room-at-premier-inn-no-frills-hotel-brand-unveiled

I thought Premier Inn was a no-frills brand....so this is a no-frills offshoot of a no-frills brand. Kind of like if Ryanair launched a no-frills brand, now that would be a great way to travel.

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Progress...so exciting living in modern Britain and seeing these great improvements in our standard of living almost daily....why not just not bother cleaning the rooms and reducing rare to £10? More progress.:-)...Like the fact that you need to be an experienced dentist to live in a house a milkman use to expect to live in....progress. 

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