Travelodge rooms for £19 book now for May, June, July and August £9 rooms now all sold out so this is the next best offer - HotUKDeals
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Just got am email from them saying they have rooms available for summer at £19, All £9 rooms have now gone but this is still good i think
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#1
Thanks! Hot from me.. booked Heathrow family room for the night before our flight in summer for £19! Cheers
#2
I am inclined to want to ignore Travelodge, if they can't keep their website up and running during special offers so that everybody gets a fair chance at the £9 deals then I refuse to support them the rest of the year. Yes I am also aware that they are unlikely to go bust because I don't book with them, but nobdy this year should be arrogant enough to think that they won't be the next Woolworths.
#3
The old adage that if something looks too good to be true then it probably is, is never more true than here, I tried to book the £9.00 room deals for most of the morning a few days ago, starting at 6.00am, when I finally did get onto the site, it let me get so far then kicked me out again and again. It was rubbish. Then when I finally did get to the booking stage, of course there were no rooms for the dates I wanted anywhere in that region, where there were some £9.00 rooms they were surrounded on either side by much more expensive ones so you had no chance of booking more than a couple of days at a time at that rate. I dont even mind that if you know before you start the process that this is the case but you have to get quite a way into the process before you realise the futility of doing so. Their site and information is just plain cr*p, sorry to be so blunt.:x
#4
I wanted to book some rooms in London on the day the sale started and i just could not get onto the website and there are no £19 rooms for the dates i want. I refuse to pay £90+ a night for a basic room with no breakfast
#5
I got up at 4am and booked 50 rooms (I stay away from home for work 2 days a week) and I have sucessfully done this for over two years now. I also booked a week in London later on that morning for £63 all in. I

recommend trying in advance of the opening time as they alwas open the sale early and then leaving it alone for a few hours until the rush dies down. Also look for slightly less popular hotels especially in big cities.
#6
Great price but i would take your own bed sheets & toilet cleaner, heard something about low cost hotels & A Which report on LBC this morning that didnt sound too good
Worth a try even if i pack a sleeping bag:whistling:
#7
Whilst I am happy that you got the rooms you wanted at the price you wanted it still doesnt get around the fact that the site crashes you out if you use it at the times they specify or that you cant 'block book' a lot of the rooms for more than a couple of days. I searched the whole of Cornwall for the dates I wanted but with no success, and this was at about 7.00am on the day the sale started. I work in I.T and I can tell you the technical methods they use for restricting access to the site and therefore avoiding crashing, is frankly rubbish. Its entirely possible to queue people and show them where they are in that queue until its their turn to enter the booking system Of course Travelodge wont want to do this because (surprise surprise) no one likes to queue for too long. Instead the site just throws you out and you have to start again from the beginning. As I said in my previous post, I wouldnt mind if they simply stated in their sales blurb that certain areas of the country would not be available to book for more than a couple of days at a time during high season, ironically, doing so might actually free up traffic to their creaky website at the same time!
Cheers
J
#8
Julan
Great price but i would take your own bed sheets & toilet cleaner, heard something about low cost hotels & A Which report on LBC this morning that didnt sound too good
Worth a try even if i pack a sleeping bag:whistling:



I must admit every Travelodge ive stayed in has been clean and comfortable i have no problems about the quality of their rooms
#9
johnny-booboo
Whilst I am happy that you got the rooms you wanted at the price you wanted it still doesnt get around the fact that the site crashes you out if you use it at the times they specify or that you cant 'block book' a lot of the rooms for more than a couple of days. I searched the whole of Cornwall for the dates I wanted but with no success, and this was at about 7.00am on the day the sale started. I work in I.T and I can tell you the technical methods they use for restricting access to the site and therefore avoiding crashing, is frankly rubbish. Its entirely possible to queue people and show them where they are in that queue until its their turn to enter the booking system Of course Travelodge wont want to do this because (surprise surprise) no one likes to queue for too long. Instead the site just throws you out and you have to start again from the beginning. As I said in my previous post, I wouldnt mind if they simply stated in their sales blurb that certain areas of the country would not be available to book for more than a couple of days at a time during high season, ironically, doing so might actually free up traffic to their creaky website at the same time!
Cheers
J


Good point, there must be a better way of queuing people up to use the site. There is nothing worse than getting on, finding a room and then being chucked out. Next time, take my advice, get up a couple of hours early.
banned#10
This is part of the same offer (Summer Sale) already posted here http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/300648/9-a-room-2009-travelodge-summer-sal/showthread.php?t=300648&page=7 just the £9 rooms have sold out. (there are actually 1 or 2 rare ones if you look).

I tried to get a room for a convention I am going to in May a few days ago, but of course price is still £50, they will not reduce prices if there is something going on in the area it would seem.
#11
Can anyone suggest a nice place to go for an overnight trip to (travelling from London)? I'm an Aussie and don't know the country too well (yet). Have done Brighton, Canterbury, Windsor so far.
banned#12
zetsurin
Can anyone suggest a nice place to go for an overnight trip to (travelling from London)? I'm an Aussie and don't know the country too well (yet). Have done Brighton, Canterbury, Windsor so far.


Go further North, I keep saying to my foreign friends, everyone who comes to England makes the mistake of going to London and Southern areas cause its the City and has Buckingham Palace e.t.c but never go North.

Up North we have Castles and history and countryside what England is all about. Historical towns like York, Whitby and Alnwick and beautiful landscapes like The Lake district.
#13
I need a cheapest room in edinburgh for one night on 13th Feb'09, I have been searching for last 4 hrs but no help.. can someone help me ?
banned#14
gaurav.rewari
I need a cheapest room in edinburgh for one night on 13th Feb'09, I have been searching for last 4 hrs but no help.. can someone help me ?


For major towns like Edinburgh without alot of notice you are going to have a very hard time getting a sale price room. Highly unlikley.

Also you need to book a month in advance for cheaper prices, it is too short notice.

The cheapest is £42, you cannot change that, one search gets you that information.
#15
thats bad for me!!!!!!!
#16
cant i get a cheap b&b
banned 1 Like #17
Don't double post, there is an edit button.

Have a search around, cheaper then travelodge will not be a very nice hotel though, travelodge should be as low as you go really.

Why have you left it so late to book a hotel? If you book it earlier you would have got it for around £29.
#18
so what do you suggest now ??
banned#19
http://www.laterooms.com/en/k16287261_edinburgh-hotels.aspx?d=20090213&n=1&rt=1,0#mnnvvk

Click the arrow next to the 13th February to sort by price, look through all the ones in your budget. I suggest checking reviews on budget hotels though.

Or TravelSupermaket

change the sort by to 'Lowest price' and click 'Update Results'
#20
done all this but no use
banned#21
gaurav.rewari
done all this but no use


and it is no use how? If you cannot even afford £20 for a hotel room then honestly dont even go.
#22
ive not stayed in one before, but we go away in may and hubby wants to cut the trip in half, so we thought travel lodge.
but we are a family of 6 (2 adults 4 kids ages 2-10 yrs) would we need 2 rooms or is there any that do a family room so big?
banned#23
debbie26pet
ive not stayed in one before, but we go away in may and hubby wants to cut the trip in half, so we thought travel lodge.
but we are a family of 6 (2 adults 4 kids ages 2-10 yrs) would we need 2 rooms or is there any that do a family room so big?


Maximum for any hotel room is 2 adults and 2 children, saftey rule I think.
#24
nice and hot and well-timed for me -

Just booked 2 rooms at Manchester Airport for preflight overnighter -
saved about £100 compared to cheapest I could find elsewhere (Bewleys)...

great stuff!
#25
2angels1510
I must admit every Travelodge ive stayed in has been clean and comfortable i have no problems about the quality of their rooms


I don't recommend that you stay in the Gatwick travelodge. The place is a horrendous pit.
#26
I got 3 nights (Friday, Saturday and Sunday at The City Road Travelodge in APril 17th/18th/19th ) for £9 a night , £27 for 3 nights in Central London is great and i'm well happy. I stay at Travelodge a lot and have got a few bargains

Rooms are clean , if you want extra towles and pillows , just ask at reception and also ask for more tea and coffee and for £9 a night for a basic couple thats £4.50 each is well worth the price for the tea and coffee alone !
banned#27
bingobear
I got 3 nights (Friday, Saturday and Sunday at The City Road Travelodge in APril 17th/18th/19th ) for £9 a night , £27 for 3 nights in Central London is great and i'm well happy. I stay at Travelodge a lot and have got a few bargains

Rooms are clean , if you want extra towles and pillows , just ask at reception and also ask for more tea and coffee and for £9 a night for a basic couple thats £4.50 each is well worth the price for the tea and coffee alone !


Odd the deals were supposed to start from May onwards, so April should not have been included.

Also the main website is no longer advertising the summer sale, is it over now?

The link for deal is set wrong. This link still works for the deal for now but it would seem they are in process of removing it?

http://www.travelodge.co.uk/saver_rooms/
#28
gaurav.rewari
done all this but no use


Dont know If It will help you but I've stayed at Smiths Guest House on overnight trips. Not too dear and nice people and breakfast. Really enjoyed myself when I ventured north of the wash. lol

http://www.smithsgh.com/
#29
Just booked a room in august at Milton Keynes for £19. We can stay over on our way to Legoland so we don't have to travel all in one day. No problems with site at all when i've just booked.

Thanks heat and rep added.
#30
We had a stay in the Eastleigh one last weekend ( part of the last £9 promotion) room was perfectly clean and comfortable .

Excellent value @ £9
Good value @ £19
When it gets to £29 i would prefer to look for a Holiday Inn / Hilton deal and pay an extra £20 and have a good buffet breakfast.

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