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#1
Book at least 21 days ahead for £19.00 per night. 7 days ahead for £29-£59 per night.:thumbsup:
#2
And use tripadvisor.com to establish the better ones to stay at!
#3
Don't forget the £15 last minute deals. http://www.travelodge.co.uk/last_minute_deals/ managed to nab myself 2 nights together £15 a night quite easily for start of next month :)

Here's the list of November 2007 Hotspot Hotels and days available.

Birmingham Hilton Park
every Sunday and Monday
Birmingham Maypole
every Sunday and Monday
Crewe
every Sunday and Monday
Dunfermline
every Sunday and Monday
Eastbourne
every Sunday and Monday
Feltham
every Sunday and Monday
Halifax
every Sunday and Monday
Holyhead
every Sunday and Monday
Knutsford M6
every Sunday and Monday
Knutsford Tabley
every Sunday and Monday
Leicester Central
every Sunday and Monday
Leicester Markfield
every Sunday and Monday
Ludlow Central
every Sunday and Monday
Ludlow Wooferton
every Sunday and Monday
Swansea Central
every Sunday and Monday
Arundel Fontwell
every Friday and Sunday
Burton A38 Northbound
every Friday and Sunday
Burton A38 Southbound
every Friday and Sunday
Crewe
every Friday and Sunday
Feltham
every Friday and Sunday
Hayle
every Friday and Sunday
Reading Central
every Friday and Sunday
Redditch
every Friday and Sunday
Sunbury M3
every Friday and Sunday
Winchester Sutton Scotney North
every Friday and Sunday
Winchester Sutton Scotney South
every Friday and Sunday

As for which ones are best to stay at, these are all pretty much standardised hotels. One room won't look much different to another. There may be differences in location (exterior sound), management (cleanliness, how nice people on the front desk are etc).
#4
Travelodge over books rooms. So if you turn-up late, you might not get the room you've paid for.
http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g186338-i17-k845893-Travelodge_expose_on_BBC_Watchdog-London_England.html

This was last year. Not sure if things are any better now.
#5
These are cheap and cheerfull, ideal if you just literally want somewhere to sleep full stop.
#6
travelodge = rubbish

you must pay me to stay there
#7
Generally clean and acceptable. Hard to beat for £15 a night for a family room which we have used a number of times.

Not sure what I'll do when nipper #3 is too big for the travel cot though.
#8
Stopped in London a few times for £26 a night for a family room, you can't go wrong. The breakfast are not up to much, always over cooked.
#9
centralmk
travelodge = rubbish

you must pay me to stay there


ooo laa de dar

i have stayed at around 40 different travel lodges over the last couple years and have never had a bad one yet
#10
there not bad
#11
you must pay me to stay there


I don't think they'll do that.

They'd probably rather you stayed away.
#12
centralmk
travelodge = rubbish

you must pay me to stay there



they are not great but come on what do you expect in this country for the money?

Ive stayed in the crowne plaza in birmingham holliday st on business and that was supposed to be a 4 star.....what a joke......it was worse than any travelodge ive stayed in.....decor and tv from the 1970's......

hotel info hadnt been updated much in the last 30 years.....though the bathroom had some fixes applied that were so bad my 6 year old could have a better job with his eyes closed.......as the booklet stated that sky sports was included but oh no no skysprts.......for £199 a night i expected much much more.

for families they are fine because of the outrageous amount some hotels charge when you mention the word family or family room.....if you get any room near an attraction or beach in the south for under £100 esp. on a bank hol tou are lucky.....one 3 diamond guest house in sandown, isle of wight quoted us £196/night for a family room...i wont tell you what i said to him...we didnt go tho...i can easily afford it...just principle!
#13
Book via Quidco and get £3.60 back.

Book 1 day. Clear your cookies properly then go back and book another day via Quidco to get a further £3.60.
#14
Deltongo
Book via Quidco and get £3.60 back.

Book 1 day. Clear your cookies properly then go back and book another day via Quidco to get a further £3.60.


£3.60 ?? - do you mean 3.6% or I am missing something :?:

Rgds
FF
#15
FYI - I'm a frequent flyer with Travelodge and from my experiences it pays dividends to complain to their head office in the event that you have a duff stay.

I now have enough gift vouchers to accomodate most of my guests over the xmas break.
#16
lkl265
Travelodge over books rooms. So if you turn-up late, you might not get the room you've paid for.
http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g186338-i17-k845893-Travelodge_expose_on_BBC_Watchdog-London_England.html

This was last year. Not sure if things are any better now.


Certainly in years gone by I have seen people arriving at a Travelodge booked some time in advance being told their room was not available and advised the nearest option was a lodge "N" miles away. Rooms were secured with a credit/debit card at the time of booking but no charge taken until you checked in (or did not arrive). It never happened to me though and most of my Travelodge experiences have been when rooms were booked months in advance.

Their booking system appears to have changed though and you are required to pay for the room in full at the time of booking with a refund given if you cancel with the T&C of that booking so I would hope that such instances do not occur now.

Rgds
FF
#17
Can you book these over the phone?
#18
Deltongo
Book via Quidco and get £3.60 back.

Book 1 day. Clear your cookies properly then go back and book another day via Quidco to get a further £3.60.

If I book the days seperately, does that mean I'd have to check out/check in again?
#19
I booked 2 nights separately at London Marylebone. Just them them know at check-in so that they can keep you in the same room. Then the following day, just check out then check in again - only takes a few minutes.
#20
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Going to Spain for Christmas and flying Christmas day from East Midlands, managed to book a family room for £19 what a bargain!

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