Convenient for NEC
It's a Premier Inn - they're all the same; useful but bland. It was comfortable and clean, and had the facilities required.
However, the promise that the 30 minutes per day free wi-fi can be used in separate sessions, rather than all in one go, was a lie. I used it for 7 minutes in the morning then switched off wi-fi, came back in the evening and was told I had used up my free time.
Why say 'leave your towels on the rail if you want to re-use them'? We did not leave the towels in the bath, we left them hanging up, so they should not have been changed. Premier Inn claim to be conscious of the environment etc. and encouraging reduced use of water and power, but then ignore their own policy. The nice girl on reception I discussed this with couldn't seem to understand this.
The one evening meal we had was adequate, but the service was dreadfully slow, not enough staff or kitchen facilities for the large number of people I presume. The waiter knew nothing about the limited wine offered with the meal deal, and the menu wasn't much help either.