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TRAVELODGE:- 2 Million Rooms from £19.00 Plus Europe for about £25

£19.00 @ Travelodge
2 million rooms from £19 rooms Available on selected nights at all hotels and subject to availability at time of booking. Only available online. Non-refundable, non transferable. Some from £… Read More
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2 million rooms from £19 rooms

Available on selected nights at all hotels and subject to availability at time of booking.
Only available online.
Non-refundable, non transferable.

Some from £19

Looks good not the best of Hotels but still a good deal i reckon......
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banned#1
great, now i can have a dirrrty weekend away!
banned#2
Lord Temple keep that to yourself but hope you have fun
#3
cool might book one, covent gardens only 29pounds, in nov. and we got the harrods santa. so could traet our selves to stay there on the sunday. thanks (its a treat cos we dont really need to stay overnight)
#4
Good deal if you can get one in a decent location. Thinking of booking a wee break for my wife and I - looks like we can take the mutt with us as well.
#5
moob;2849244
Good deal if you can get one in a decent location. Thinking of booking a wee break for my wife and I - looks like we can take the mutt with us as well.


They charge a tenner for each dog though... I got two very small dogs... for most places that would be more than the cost of the room for 5Kg of extra occupation! :-(
#6
Seems fair enough when you consider my daft choc lab is 33Kg - and moults all over the place.
banned#7
My lover is a dog... Do I have to pay an extra tenner for her?
banned#8
How much to go dogging here??
suspended#9
[SIZE="4"]Can anyone please confirm how many people a 'FAMILY ROOM' can accommodate?[/SIZE]
[getting different information from different people] also when I book for 2adults and 2children, at the checkout it says only 2 adults!!!
#10
euglycaemia;2852414
[SIZE=4]Can anyone please confirm how many people a 'FAMILY ROOM' can accommodate?[/SIZE]
[getting different information from different people] also when I book for 2adults and 2children, at the checkout it says only 2 adults!!!
Three adults or two adults and two children.
#11
Just a word of warning although these rooms are cheap I dont think you can canel so if you change your plans they still take your money (not much I know but a loss is a loss) Don't want to be a party pooper but my mum got stung for £150 this year!!
suspended#12
spartacus101
Three adults or two adults and two children.


Thanks......But why not the children appear at the basket? [am I toooooooooo worried]
#13
euglycaemia;2852551
Thanks......But why not the children appear at the basket? [am I toooooooooo worried]
I think it's just the way their system lists the rooms - but trust me, a family room is as I specified... you can ring them to check to satisfy yourself, though...
#14
I had a family room in Nottingham Central Travel lodge. It has a double bed and a sofa bed you can pull out to make a double bed.
#15
euglycaemia
[SIZE="4"]Can anyone please confirm how many people a 'FAMILY ROOM' can accommodate?[/SIZE]
[getting different information from different people] also when I book for 2adults and 2children, at the checkout it says only 2 adults!!!

2 Adults 2 children. ALthough you can easily fit 4 adults in.

Just need to sneak.. which is very much easy to do, a couple more people in with you. Act like you don't know them, walk in around the same time, and just keep the door to rooms open (as you only get onekey card per room).

Beds wise, in the travel lodges i have stayed in there is usually a double / two singles, and then a sofa with a roll out bed underneath. Plenty of room for 4 adults. I dont see why they say 2 adults 2 children.

So yeah, it can be done. No problem.
#16
Cheap! £50 including cancellation fee, although I'm pretty sure I won't need it (the cancellation thing) for two nights, one before I go to NY, one after I get back.
#17
cheap rooms too what a mess
#18
LordTemple
My lover is a dog... Do I have to pay an extra tenner for her?



This is clearly an outrage!

She charges me twice that!!!!! :x
#19
we booked one of these before the a family room one double bed and 1 sofa with pull out bed the bed couldnt even pull out as not enough room, then changed rooms and found dirty cotton buds under bed matress changed room again id ratherpay an extra £20 and get a clean room in a nice hotel like novotel or holiday inn
#20
We've had 7 adults in a family room. They don't check and its a bit tight with 7 but enough alcohol and you don't really mind lol
#21
nihcaj;2849932
They charge a tenner for each dog though... I got two very small dogs... for most places that would be more than the cost of the room for 5Kg of extra occupation! :-(


dont mind travelodge...stay in them quite a few times....but this is what i hate...smelly flea ridden animals (like their owners) are allowed in these hotels..yuck!
#22
caroline072;2852962
we booked one of these before the a family room one double bed and 1 sofa with pull out bed the bed couldnt even pull out as not enough room, then changed rooms and found dirty cotton buds under bed matress changed room again id ratherpay an extra £20 and get a clean room in a nice hotel like novotel or holiday inn

£20 extra for a novotel or holiday..where.....more like £100-£120/night..travelodge arent the best but they are good for the price....as long as the room is clean (mattress and pillows arent that good though)
breakfast is usually no better than ok though
#23
any in edinburgh for next thursday/friday night? going to the open day at the uni...
#24
we just back from legoland,we uses this deal to stay away at bracknell central.The hotel was fantastic . the breakfast was also very cheap £7.50 per adult up to 2 kids eat free.I have four children,so we had to book two rooms.the total price including breakfast was £45 .brilliant way to travel around coutry.cheap holiday
#25
royals
dont mind travelodge...stay in them quite a few times....but this is what i hate...smelly flea ridden animals (like their owners) are allowed in these hotels..yuck!


Agreed, I wonder how many dogs have been allowed to sleep on the sofa bed, and then the next night a family is in there with 2 young children sleeping on it....disgusting.

If you want a smelly dog in your own home fair enough but why inflict it on others???

It's like the moronic owners who let their dog run up to you slobbering all over you saying 'it's fine, he's friendly blah blah blah' Yeh, he might be but I don't want dog hair and saliva all over my clothes thanks very much.
#26
We`ve been to travelodge rooms twice this year. I booked early in the year when they had an even better deal. £9 per family room. Dont know if they do this every year but I`ll definitely be watching out for it. We went to Carlisle Todhills and Dunfermline. At both the rooms were clean and comfortable and the staff were nice. My only complaint is the surroundings of the buildings. Dont expect a great view out of the window, but hey what can you expect for that kinda money. You have to book three weeks for the bargain prices. I would definitely recommend this deal if your are just looking for a cheap break away.
#27
rosie2008
We`ve been to travelodge rooms twice this year. I booked early in the year when they had an even better deal. £9 per family room. Dont know if they do this every year but I`ll definitely be watching out for it. We went to Carlisle Todhills and Dunfermline. At both the rooms were clean and comfortable and the staff were nice. My only complaint is the surroundings of the buildings. Dont expect a great view out of the window, but hey what can you expect for that kinda money. You have to book three weeks for the bargain prices. I would definitely recommend this deal if your are just looking for a cheap break away.


Oooops. Sorry. At the three weeks bit I meant you need to book three weeks in advance for the bargain prices. Blame the hangover this morning. Just a tiny wee bit too much wine last night. lol
#28
Random_ginger
We've had 7 adults in a family room. They don't check and its a bit tight with 7 but enough alcohol and you don't really mind lol


You'll be moaning when your're trapped and the fire brigade don't look for you.
#29
I'm not even convinced they add any extra rooms when they send out these emails. They must be due a proper sale soon and then it's really good value and you can pick up all sorts of rooms for 9 quid.
#30
anyone found any £19 rooms in london?
#31
retrogeezer
Agreed, I wonder how many dogs have been allowed to sleep on the sofa bed, and then the next night a family is in there with 2 young children sleeping on it....disgusting.

If you want a smelly dog in your own home fair enough but why inflict it on others???

It's like the moronic owners who let their dog run up to you slobbering all over you saying 'it's fine, he's friendly blah blah blah' Yeh, he might be but I don't want dog hair and saliva all over my clothes thanks very much.


I'd imagine it's against policy to allow dogs to sleep on the furniture, but I'd also imagine they do clean the rooms after someone's dog has been in it - hence the charge which covers the extra cleaning involved - so I hardly think those with dogs are 'inflicting' them on others - what a dumb statement.:roll:
#32
moob;2855061
I'd imagine it's against policy to allow dogs to sleep on the furniture, but I'd also imagine they do clean the rooms after someone's dog has been in it - hence the charge which covers the extra cleaning involved - so I hardly think those with dogs are 'inflicting' them on others - what a dumb statement.:roll:


I would imagine it is to make them extra MONEY! Hotels are not particularly good at the cleanliness thing, the difference between the worst and the best is usually just the front of house is cleaner in better places, behind the doors they are invariably dumps, and semen-stained bedspreads are something best not thought about too seriously or you would never leave home! :-(

I wouldn't reply to trolling though... it is just designed to get annoyed responses. I have been caught out on here once before with trolls. That's the usual reason for such outbursts, and when it isn't trolling, and it is real & meant; well -it is the same thing as with those that can't form bonds with people either, and you can't have a reasoned discussion in such circumstances as sadly it is very fundamental in their formative period :-(

The ignore function, which I had never previously felt the need to use on any other forum, is actually excellent: I use it early and OFTEN here, and not once have I been tempted to look! I haven't been wound up once since :-)
#33
Some good points mate.:thumbsup:
#34
We are just home from a week in Newcastle, room was good and had a view of the Gateshead Millenium bridge, which was a 2 min walk away. The breakfasts in the morning were good, (remember to book them online and save 10% and don't forget kids under 15 get a free breakfast with a paying adult.)
The room was clean and beds made daily and towels pinched daily for cleaning too (had to keep going to reception but they always had a big supply.)

One of the staff did warn not to stay at this particular lodge on a Fri or Sat night cos of hen and stag nights being very noisy.

I have stayed in about 20 travelodges over last few years and only had one I was not happy with.
Good value for money and usually manage to find a room for £19 or £29 per night. Have noticed lately how expensive Covent Garden has gotten. Last time i stayed only paid £29 but looked for October half term and they are £109 on some nights.

Stayed in a Holiday Inn Express a few weeks ago and to be honest I prefer the Travelodges.
#35
nickleface
we just back from legoland,we uses this deal to stay away at bracknell central.The hotel was fantastic . the breakfast was also very cheap £7.50 per adult up to 2 kids eat free.I have four children,so we had to book two rooms.the total price including breakfast was £45 .brilliant way to travel around coutry.cheap holiday


Totally agree, I did this recently and it was worth spending the weekend away down by Legoland and Windsor, and driving into central london only take 40 mins.
#36
I'd imagine it's against policy to allow dogs to sleep on the furniture,


Yeh, like thats something they can monitor and control!
#37
if you look around you CAN get holiday in from £49.95 thats including breakfast which consist of toast white brown crossiants pastries yoghurts cereals tea and coffee and hot chocolate also preserves too the cereals are in bowl size boxes so no chance they will be stale or cheap all kellogs and special k weetabix and alpen also orange juice and water
banned#38
isnt that an extra 30 for brekfast??
#39
Good deal
#40
I never knew dogs were allowed into Travelodges. I will never stay in them again.

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