250,000 £19 Travelodge Rooms - Valid June 12th - January 31st - HotUKDeals
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Great news, we've got 250,000 £19 rooms available for stays between 12 June and 31 January. Perfect if you're looking to explore the UK this Summer. So whether you're just visiting family or friends, taking a relaxing break, or even attending one of this year's many festivals, you can always sleep tight with us.

There are Saver rooms available in over 400 hotels nationwide - but remember to book 21 days in advance if you want to grab a room from £19. And like all great offers, they'll sell out quick, so get searching now.

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#1
Anyone know if they will release £9 rooms for december at any point?

Not sure whether to try and book £19 rooms now or wait and see if they go to £9
#2
Always hot when these come up
Thanks
H&R
#3
The cold voters need to say why,instead of staying anon
#4
Is there actually any kind of offer on? A few weeks back I booked a room for the end of June, cost me £29. The same room now seems to be £32.

Unless you want rooms around Xmas/New Year (which might sell out) I'd gamble of £9 rooms coming up.

Final ask - has anybody else come across Travelodge overbooking and turning people away? I saw it happen to a guy once and I'm worried that I'm gonna arrive around midnight with 2 kids; might I be turned away if they've overbooked?
#5
inicholson
Is there actually any kind of offer on? A few weeks back I booked a room for the end of June, cost me £29. The same room now seems to be £32.

Unless you want rooms around Xmas/New Year (which might sell out) I'd gamble of £9 rooms coming up.

Final ask - has anybody else come across Travelodge overbooking and turning people away? I saw it happen to a guy once and I'm worried that I'm gonna arrive around midnight with 2 kids; might I be turned away if they've overbooked?


Has happened to me but only once in about 300 stays. If you are turning up really late I would recommend ringing up the lodge earlier in the day and at the same time requesting a quiet large room which doesn't smell of smoke or urine and where the shower works or where the bath has a plug. I am now a regular at quite a few lodges and they give me the room they know I think (but maybe they won't now after this comment),
#6
inicholson

Final ask - has anybody else come across Travelodge overbooking and turning people away? I saw it happen to a guy once and I'm worried that I'm gonna arrive around midnight with 2 kids; might I be turned away if they've overbooked?


I faxed the Travel Lodge I was going to stay at when I was due to arrive at around Midnight - 1000 miles & I wanted to be sure - u can call em too.

I am in one now - booked a single by mistake and they have accommodated us with no problems...
:whistling:

£9 room as well......................................Bargain!!
#7
inicholson
Is there actually any kind of offer on? A few weeks back I booked a room for the end of June, cost me £29. The same room now seems to be £32.

Unless you want rooms around Xmas/New Year (which might sell out) I'd gamble of £9 rooms coming up.

Final ask - has anybody else come across Travelodge overbooking and turning people away? I saw it happen to a guy once and I'm worried that I'm gonna arrive around midnight with 2 kids; might I be turned away if they've overbooked?


This could be a risk if its a busy night, last guests in are the ones that would be 'outbooked' they wont just turn you away, they would find you somewhere else to go and cover all costs including travel to the alternate acc, still a pain i know, worth calling and informing them you will be late as suggested.
#8
Petetobin
Has happened to me but only once in about 300 stays. If you are turning up really late I would recommend ringing up the lodge earlier in the day and at the same time requesting a quiet large room which doesn't smell of smoke or urine and where the shower works or where the bath has a plug. I am now a regular at quite a few lodges and they give me the room they know I think (but maybe they won't now after this comment),


:thumbsup:
#9
kelly_o_fanatic
Anyone know if they will release £9 rooms for december at any point?

Not sure whether to try and book £19 rooms now or wait and see if they go to £9


They'll definately have a winter sale at some point. The autumn one was a couple of weeks ago or so, so I would say it could be a couple of months before the winter one.
#10
£200 per room in South Wales when the Ryder Cup's on. Looks like a long drive in the same day. Certainly not paying that sort of money.
#11
good price for a nice clean room
#12
cheers had made a booking, now re-booked & saved a £5
#13
Thank, I have booked three nights for August but it was cheaper to book each night as 3 separate transactions.
Saved £9. Every little helps!
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britespark007
Thank, I have booked three nights for August but it was cheaper to book each night as 3 separate transactions.
Saved £9. Every little helps!


I find you only get the cheap saver prices if you book each night separately - I read it on the Travelodge website too. You'll still have the same room if you do book to stay for more than one night!!
#15
Thanks
#16
You have to be carefull when booking a room as I and many others had probs when booking if your not carefull you can end up with 2 rooms booked as I did and when you cancel one you dont get a refund so it ends up being not such a cheap deal:!::!::!:
And there customer relations leave a lot to be desired:!:
If you think im the only one google it and im sure money expert will come up with more results lol
thats why im giving it a COLD;-)
They might I suppose have changed there booking method I dunno.
#17
This is great!
#18
Frazzled
I find you only get the cheap saver prices if you book each night separately - I read it on the Travelodge website too. You'll still have the same room if you do book to stay for more than one night!!


Not strictly true.
If you add one nights stay, at the bottom of the booking page it says 'Add Another Stay' or 'Complete Booking'.
If you click the 'Add Another Stay' you can select additional nights at the discounted rate then complete the booking in one transaction.
#19
Hot - cheers!

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