A 15-year-old schoolboy was found dead in a Premier Inn hotel room in Bristol, police said. The teenager had been with a 16-year-old who booked the room in the city centre when the tragedy happened on Easter Monday. Emergency services raced to the scene at 10.45pm on April 2 but the boy was pronounced dead in the hotel room. Police said the death was not being treated as suspicious. Woman kills herself after being raped but police statement brings attacker to justice A spokesman for Premier Inn said they were ‘working with the police’ and confirmed the person who booked the room was 16 and was allowed to check in, as per the hotel’s policy. Children under 16 are not allowed in a Premier Inn hotel unless a parent or guardian is also staying there. A spokesman for Avon and Somerset Constabulary said: ‘Police were called by the ambulance service to a report of a sudden death at the Premier Inn, on The Haymarket in Bristol on Monday April 2.