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As per title, sale starts 06:00 on Sat 20th Feb for stays 12 March to 31 May 2010

As usual, there will be a limited number of rooms available at this price, and only at 'selected hotels'.

I can't find the details on the site yet but worth knowing about and checking later this week.

EDIT: appears to be live now (19/02/2010)
The "saver_rooms" link now has an advert on it saying
"200,000 rooms at £19 Stay between 12 March - 31 May 2010 Search for rooms below".
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#1
I've put the saver rooms link into the post, which currently states that you can search for £19 rooms. However, I don't know if there are any left from the last sale they had.
#2
Great Value i find the beds better than some big expensive hotel groups
#3
Thanks for the info, these are always helpful to know about.
#4
I was (and still is) a great fan of travelodge, but am also now a fan of premier inn especially when it comes to London where my experience is that they are more likely to be uniformely good, clean etc while travelodge can be left wanted (even for the price) in some of its London ones.
#5
I managed to book a £19 room yesterday - there was quite good availability for when & where I wanted but it was for 2 months ahead, also a Sunday night.
#6
rosiegirl
I managed to book a £19 room yesterday - there was quite good availability for when & where I wanted but it was for 2 months ahead, also a Sunday night.


That was good. I think that there are some left over from the last TL sale - which is why I linked it to the usual saver room search page. I'm *hoping* that the new sale (on Sat) will show some on Saturdays ...
#7
Hi im visiting london on 15 march and would like to stay for the night (family of 4). Which is the nearest 19 deal I could get. Theres none when I search under london and I dont really know london that well to search for any other local ones. I will be visiting the main tourist areas and dont want to go very far as I will have the day travel card which will only cover zone 1-4

Can someone please suggest any

Thanx
#8
Travelodge at Gatwick is the pits and the perfect way not to start your holiday if waiting for a connecting flight. If you know of a decent one then this is great value however from personal experience avoid Gatwick like the plague because thats certainly how you feel after sleeping in their beds. :whistling:

In my experience the Premier Inn is well worth the extra especially with wife and kids in tow.

Not being snooty as during the course of my work I have even slept in ditches (dont ask) on many occaissions, just calling this one based on personal experience.
#9
ry111
Hi im visiting london on 15 march and would like to stay for the night (family of 4). Which is the nearest 19 deal I could get. Theres none when I search under london and I dont really know london that well to search for any other local ones. I will be visiting the main tourist areas and dont want to go very far as I will have the day travel card which will only cover zone 1-4

Can someone please suggest any

Thanx


Pity it was'nt the 14th March as there are a lot of £29 rooms available in central london. We stayed in the croydon travelodge and got the train to london bridge everyday which took about 25mins. The hotel is 5-10 minute walk to the station and its £29 to stay on 15th March
#10
I'll be hoping to snag a cheap room come saturday ;)

Heated
#11
Got a £32 room for London on the night of the free Rage gig. Happy enough with that :)
#12
my birthday is march 12th so looking to maybe goto london for the weekend.
#13
ry111
Hi im visiting london on 15 march and would like to stay for the night (family of 4). Which is the nearest 19 deal I could get. Theres none when I search under london and I dont really know london that well to search for any other local ones. I will be visiting the main tourist areas and dont want to go very far as I will have the day travel card which will only cover zone 1-4

Can someone please suggest any

Thanx


I stayed at the Southwark lodge last Sunday, its not far from anywhere on the tube. It was the first time that I had stayed at a Travelodge & although basic I would give it 10/10 for cleanliness, helpful & friendly staff & it all looks really new. I would book there again.
We had the breakfast which was okay but I think I have been spoilt at other hotels that admittedly were four times more expensive.
#14
I stayed at borehamwood last year and one of the staff stole some money which we had hidden away. We called the police, they eventually arrested someone, however no charge was brought and we are still waiting for an apology , let alone a refund!!!
#15
Still overpriced..... crappy hotels in generally crappy locations with atrocious levels of service/cleanliness and basic functions!
#16
We stayed in the Euston travelodge last year. The location is great, right beside Euston station and tubes and only a few minutes from he centre - would definately recommend
#17
There is defo £19 rooms available the now.

Just searched for Manchester for a stay whilst I`m at the Alicia Keys concert and found £19 room but they are at the hotels 6 miles from city centre.
#18
I think you will find this offer is always on providing you book one month in advance but you do have to be careful when booking as when I did I didn't think it had gone through to the final stage of booking so went through it all again the second time I got to the final page saying I had 2 bookings so I straight away cancelled 1 of the booking to find that it had not been repaid into my account,
I phoned the help line to get told I had to email the customer service department and was told in there reply that they do not give refunds on there sale rooms so I mailed them back saying it was done in computer error to get told there decision still stands so instead of £19 it cost me £38 so beware!!!!:x
#19
I don't get this :?:

£19 offer rooms normally have to be booked 21 days in advance at least but 12th March is only 20 days after 20th Feb?
#20
I heard that Travelodge overbook rooms as well, so phone on the day to confirm your booking esp if you might be checking in late.
#21
leedjohnson;7886682
We stayed in the Euston travelodge last year. The location is great, right beside Euston station and tubes and only a few minutes from he centre - would definately recommend


The downside, though, is the noise from the traffic (and particularly buses) alongside the hotel. Unless you're a particularly heavy sleeper it can keep you awake most of the night.

And if that doesn't do it, the other 'guests' will. On two separate occasions we've been woken by people having little get-togethers in the wide corridors at Euston in the middle of the night.

Maybe it's the proximity to St Pancras, or maybe it's a more general problem that some Travelodge customers aren't fit to be let out in public! ;-)
#22
I'd prefer a 2for1 Holiday Inn deal over this anytime.

Holiday Inn Express can be had for under £20 per night in some places using this deal, including 'continental' brekky. (Personally I go for their more expensive hotels and get them half price, making them Travellodge-cheap)

Plus you can even book this on the day.

http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/6c/1/en/c/1/content/dec/teaser/6c/1/en/lp/emea/twofor.html?rateCode=IDEX1

Then there are BA Miles to be had (in my case) plus 10% Quidco at the moment.

Plus the company pays my bill. Win Win!
#23
Hot find noiy. This deal has featured over at Bitterwallet's deals of the day!

http://www.bitterwallet.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/thanks_bitterwallet.png
#24
Poindexter
Got a £32 room for London on the night of the free Rage gig. Happy enough with that :)


When is the free Rage gig?
#25
We, 2 adults and one child, stayed in London on this offer last year. Queued for over an hour at the Travel Lodge we'd been given only to be told they were over booked and we had been rebooked to one round the corner "which is for families". (If that was the case, why hadn't they booked us in there first?)
We again queued for over an hour. When we got to our room - other visitors belongings were there. We went straight to the desk - luckily we are very trusting, we could have taken anything. I complained so other waiting guests could here - we quickly got 'escorted' to another room with the excuse "our computers have broken down."
I wouldn't use Travel Lodge again (this was our 2nd time - the first time we didn't have any problems) but it could have been OUR room they'd let someone into....
We've used small B&B's before and thoroughly enjoyed the stay - and we only look for cheap breaks too. Give them a try!
#26
Avoid the £19 a night rooms on weekends. I think every curb crawler is using the rooms to entertain the ladies of night. We stayed in Euston and all night into the wee hours we heard what was going on both sides of our room and above us. We got no sleep and there were no available rooms to move us too.
But apart from the doors banging, headboards banging and groups of people standing in the corridors laughing out loud - the place was clean, so take some good ear plugs.
#27
Thanks, need a short break..
#28
Turbonerd
When is the free Rage gig?


Sunday 6th June.
#29
Quick update: I think they've released the additional Sale rooms earlier than the original email said, as the "saver_rooms" link now has an advert on it saying
"200,000 rooms at £19 Stay between 12 March - 31 May 2010 Search for rooms below".

As this wasn't evident before, it may be worth checking availability if you couldn't find anything before ...
#30
Lam
Avoid the £19 a night rooms on weekends. I think every curb crawler is using the rooms to entertain the ladies of night. We stayed in Euston and all night into the wee hours we heard what was going on both sides of our room and above us. We got no sleep and there were no available rooms to move us too.
But apart from the doors banging, headboards banging and groups of people standing in the corridors laughing out loud - the place was clean, so take some good ear plugs.


Just booked.. This sounds like the only hope of a sex life I have...:p:thumbsup:

Was going to ask about Sky TV in rooms but won`t bother now. Box of hankies, box of maltesers and a decent glass tumbler that fits my ear nicely and I`m there.:whistling:
#31
:whistling: ... but for any of us not relying on our neighbours for entertainment, the Ashbourne TL has rooms Sat 20/03/2010, which is when Alton Towers opens ... :)
Opening times:
http://www.altontowers.com/plan-your-visit/opening-times/?display=month&sDate=1/3/2010&&displaymod=editworkarea

May be especially useful for those of us who got Merlin passes cheap thanks to another HUKD thread :thumbsup:
#32
Just booked mine. Thanks for posting. Weekend break for 2 nights all for £38. That's sweet. You can't get 1 night's b&b in many places for less than £38.
#33
Just booked mine for April, thanks :thumbsup:
#34
thanks got 3 nights in the lake district for 19 pounds:thumbsup: each...a steal compared with all the rip off joints up there!
#35
Just came back from London using a £9 room deal I booked last year, pretty basic place but perfectly adequate and free parking to boot, would recommend
#36
spaceboy07
Just came back from London using a £9 room deal I booked last year, pretty basic place but perfectly adequate and free parking to boot, would recommend


Hi.
Which one was this please? The few I looked at either charged for parking or didn't have any?
Thanks
#37
noiy
Hi.
Which one was this please? The few I looked at either charged for parking or didn't have any?
Thanks


Was the Heathrow M4 Westbound, shares the carpark with the Moto Services, you just type in your car reg when you check in.
#38
spaceboy07
Was the Heathrow M4 Westbound, shares the carpark with the Moto Services, you just type in your car reg when you check in.

Thanks.
#39
I bought some of these rooms a while back and as I was only due to be there on my own the bookings say 1 adult. However now my wife has said her and my daughter would like to join me for a couple of the stays and go sightseeing/shopping whilst I'm working. Do I need to inform Travelodge that they will be staying too? I thought you just paid for the room , so there shouldnt be a price increase should there?
1 Like #40
As you say, it's just the room you pay for. But you'll need to check whether you booked a double or a family room. The latter usually have a double bed + a 'sleeper sofa'. From our experience, these tend to be a pull-out for 1 child and the sofa 'seat' is simply used as a bed for the other. Depending on your daughters age, this may be too small.
It's probably worth calling the travelodge directly and speaking to someone on reception first, to check this out - and let them know of the extra guests (assuming you've actually booked a family room).

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