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Premier Inn to appoint children as hotel inspectors

09 June 2016 by
Premier Inn to appoint children as hotel inspectors

Premier Inn has begun a search for five youngsters to perform honest reviews of its properties.

The hotel chain is looking for straight-talking children between the ages of five and 12 to become junior hotel inspectors for a night.

They will be invited to stay at a Premier Inn hotel with their parents and asked to provide feedback on the dinner and breakfast members, matress bounce factor, staff friendliness and potential for hide and seek.

Beatrice Vears, head of brand marketing at Premier Inn, said: "As a family brand, we care about every single one of our guests - ensuring they have the best possible night's sleep and a really fun stay at Premier Inn. We're looking to recruit these Junior Hotel Inspectors to represent the needs of our youngest guests. The right applicant will need to be confident, curious… and an expert in bed bouncing!"

Those interested are invited to apply at www.premierinn.com/juniorhotelinspectors.

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