Park Inn

Park Inn

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About Park Inn

Park Inn Hotels

The Park Inn chain of hotels continues to expand year upon year and it’s a good bet that wherever you have travelled recently you have seen the now familiar “Park Inn by Radisson” sign, if not actually stayed in one of their hotels.

Forget the Hiltons and other so-called high-class (translation: expensive) hotels, the Park Inn hotels are for real people with realistic budgets who also want value for their money. The Park Inn chain provides a quality place to stay, with all the amenities you would expect from a top of the range hotel but in the mid-price bracket.


Just a quick look at the homepage tells you pretty much all you need to know about the company and their hotels. Neat, clean, simple but also well laid out and attractive. Nothing overly fancy or pretentious but yet all you could need describes both the website and the Park Inn hotels.

The company has expanded significantly over the years and now offers over 140 hotels in 40 countries so, no matter your destination, there is likely to be a Radisson Park Inn available to look after your accommodation needs.

Click and Go

As I intend travelling to Germany in the coming months, I thought it might be a good idea to check out prices and availability for my selected dates. Checking, and booking, online with is simplicity itself. Select the day or days you intend to stay, click, and voila! Results in an instant! Unfortunately, the dates I wanted were unavailable but offered a couple of suitable alternatives and I am now happily booked into the Park Inn by Radisson on Alexanderplatz in the heart of Berlin. Even better, the room cost about 20 dollars less per night than I had estimated, coming to less than 100 dollars per night for a double room. Not bad for a quality hotel in the heart of the city and I’m also saving on bus, S-Bahn and taxi fares. Roll on the holidays!

Personal Experience

Having stayed at a Park Inn on two previous occasions, I can only say that I was more than happy on both occasions with the quality and the price. It is safe to say that I am not a Hilton Hotel kind of person (and doubt I ever will be) but then again I don’t have bundles of money to throw away either. If you are looking for value for money, or bang for your buck as the saying goes, then you could do a lot worse than dropping onto and checking out (there’s a hotel joke there somewhere) their hotel locations and more than reasonable rates.