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Here's advance notice of an early Christmas present from Travelodge.

We believe that it is always better to give than to receive. Which is why from 6pm this Thursday, we're making 200,000 rooms available exclusively online for booking at just £15*! How's that for an early Christmas present?

So if you want to spend a weekend away shopping, or visit your loved ones between 17th December and 21st January, book before 26th November and you could have a clean and comfortable room for a fabulously festive £15. Click here to start planning today.
So make sure youre quick out of the blocks when our £15 room sale starts on Thursday,
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#1
I book a few of these every year. I always try to combine them with a megabus/megatrain ticket and pop to london for some christmas shopping etc. (Used to be £10 rooms but as megabus is usually less than a tenner both ways I can still get a weekend in London for £40)

Might try shopping somewhere else this year too.
#2
Do be careful. Some people have been stranded without a bed for the night and Travelodge were investigated by BBC's Watchdog programme.

Travelodge have been in trouble for overbooking but hopefully have the issue sorted:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/consumer/tv_and_radio/watchdog/reports/holidays_and_travel/holiday_20061024st.shtml

Calling the customer careline number on the day before you leave might be a good idea.
#3
I have to say that i have never had any problems with travelodge and i have stayed there a lot.Looking at the article,at first glance it sounds disturbing but reading more into it, i noticed that it is only 1 in 10,000 that were affected adversely and would say that their explanation was acceptable.
#4
Good spot...was this in an email? I can't see any details on the actual website...
1 Like #5
200,000 rooms for £15, so how much for just 1 room then?:whistling:
#6
Artemis
I book a few of these every year. I always try to combine them with a megabus/megatrain ticket and pop to london for some christmas shopping etc. (Used to be £10 rooms but as megabus is usually less than a tenner both ways I can still get a weekend in London for £40)

Might try shopping somewhere else this year too.


Not sure if it's convenient for you Artemis but I can recommend Leeds and York...so much to see in the latter besides the shops....as for Leeds great pubs within the City..like The Victoria behind the Town Hall.
1 Like #7
danielwylie1
Good spot...was this in an email? I can't see any details on the actual website...

Yeah,as a i am registered with them i and any member should get advance notice of any offers.:)
#8
currychops
Not sure if it's convenient for you Artemis but I can recommend Leeds and York...so much to see in the latter besides the shops....as for Leeds great pubs within the City..like The Victoria behind the Town Hall.


I'm in South Wales so it's a longer journey but I wouldnt rule anything out. Coach trips don't bother me much as long as I have something to read :)

I'll give it some thought ta.
#9
Thats damage control for you after being on Watchdog :roll:.

If anyone goes to a travel lodge - get there early or you may find you are going to another hotel instead - Travel lodge overbook and dont refund your money when you dont get the room.
[mod]#10
Thanks bazr :) great for all those christmas shopping weekends .. managed to fix the pic on the OP (there's a temporary glitch with images at the mo, should be fixed soon)
#11
Thanks for the comments guys and thanks for fixing the pic cat.:)
#12
after travelodge being on watchdog and what they did, im never going to them.
1 Like #13
It's a national hotel chain with what must be tens of thousands of rooms. I'm fine with them overbooking every now and again, and if it happened to me I'd be pissed but I'm not cutting off my nose to spite my face.

I've stayed with them numerous times and apart from the odd dodgy room (broken window or missing curtains etc), which they do attempt to fix, it's been great. For £15 (used to be £10) I'll live with having to hang a blanket over the window.
#14
Well...ive just given them £30 for 2 nights away with the missus!!

FINGERS CROSSED EH!!!
#15
I can't see the offer anywhere. :( Someone please point me in the right direction....
#16
bee
I can't see the offer anywhere. :( Someone please point me in the right direction....


I'm the same can get 2 nights in Leeds but they are charging £49 for the
19th to 21st Dec? Please help.:oops:
#17
"From 6pm tonight". Muppets :)
#18
Artemis
It's a national hotel chain with what must be tens of thousands of rooms. I'm fine with them overbooking every now and again, and if it happened to me I'd be pissed but I'm not cutting off my nose to spite my face.

I've stayed with them numerous times and apart from the odd dodgy room (broken window or missing curtains etc), which they do attempt to fix, it's been great. For £15 (used to be £10) I'll live with having to hang a blanket over the window.

Couldn't have put it better Artemis.Agree entirely.
Have some rep.:thumbsup:
#19
Just booked a night in London which was £79 this morning :thumbsup:
#20
[SIZE=2]had already booked watford on the last promotion, now changed it to London Marylebone. thanks for the link hot and rep given cheers[/SIZE]
#21
£35 taxi ride home or a £15 for a room? Sorted. Cheers for this.
#22
anyone know when this expires, says on the deal page tonight but im sure its not
#23
Artemis
"From 6pm tonight". Muppets :)

Thank you for pointing out my error, very helpful of you.
#24
muffin247
anyone know when this expires, says on the deal page tonight but im sure its not

Xmas Sale NOW on - 200,000 rooms at £15


Rooms available between 17th December 2006 and 21st January 2007
Available to book from 9th November 2006 - Book by 26th November!
#25
Just thought I'd weight to Travelodge, I've stayed with them and while they are quite budget, this was when they had family suite rooms for £10 double bed, sofa bed, desk &chair with a TV (on a horrible IPTV system) with a shower/bath/toilet/sink room with clean towels provided daily and while a phone system was available, was unneeded as I had a choice of WLANs to piggy back on (while my laptop had wireless, I used a spare usb wireless gadget stuck up on the window allowing for far better reception as inbuilt laptop ones are only good for WAPs which are nearby.
They are clean and basic compared compared to a proper hotel, but also by that measure a complete bargain showing how much of a rip off hotels are.

I highly recommend people staying at one of these to check local availability of amenities as they can sparse depending on where you stay.

Ideal for 1-3nights ie stop over/short term but not recommended for any extended stay.

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