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With Christmas just a few weeks away, here's a brilliant early gift from Travelodge.

From tomorrow evening, we're running our biggest ever sale - with over 250,000 rooms going for just £19.

This fantastic deal is available at all our hotels. So you could stay in one of Britain's finest cities and get all your Christmas shopping done in one go. Or find a room for the night of your office Christmas party. Or why not head for warmer climes with a break in one of our Spanish hotels?


Either way, don't hang around. These rooms will go quickly from tomorrow evening. Find your hotel now so you're ready to beat the rush.
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#1
Is this not an ongoing thing with Travellodge if you book 21days in advance? - I've had loads of rooms at this price - Is excellent value for money
#2
yeah it is ongoing, but they used to be £15 till recently
#3
If I remember right they had a sale this time last year where a lot more rooms were down to £15. Whereas the week before the rooms were £45 a night.

I got 3 nights in Edinburgh for £45 and cheap Easyjet flights too. bargain.

i would suspect more rooms will be reduced to £19 tomorrow night.
#4
I was looking on their site last night and booked 2 nights in Edinburgh for £29 per night, I di see some £19 rooms in different locations, so Dunno whether they are just increasing the nukber of £19 ones.
Note however most of the more popular destinations have very few if any discounts on popular dates (if any discount at all )
#5
They'll be extending the destinations and periods ie. City Centres @ weekends. There's always been £15 rooms available, thats if you want a Monday evening at a service station in the middle of nowhere.

Was only thinking the other day about the £15 room offers, looks like there's a price hike, but still worth it for a Fri-Sat night out without worrying about taxi's etc. Also it may drop on nicely for the works xmas party.

Don't forget, the rooms tend to appear from around midday, even though the offer says 6pm.
#6
These cheap rooms are starting to get quite expensive now. They were £10 in February 2006, then they went up to £15 - now they're £19. That's almost double in less than 2 years!

Meanwhile the rooms themselves are getting less and less pleasant because they're not being properly maintained as they used to be when Forte had them.

£19 for a horrible room in a poor location is no bargain at all.
#7
it is if its in a city centre on a saturday night
#8
adr0ck
it is if its in a city centre on a saturday night


Even if the room has bed bugs, as I happen to know some in London have had? Take one of these little creatures back home amongst your clothes and you'll have quite a problem on your hands!
#9
that could happen anywhere !?!

if your really worried about bedbugs make sure you live in a detached house!!!!!
#10
adr0ck
that could happen anywhere !?!

if your really worried about bedbugs make sure you live in a detached house!!!!!


I already do, but it doesn't help if you bring back a bedbug after staying at a cheap hotel. These places are all well and good, but unless they're properly maintained you're going to get problems. As I say, they were fine when Forte had them. My experiences recently, though - after venture capital people took over and started sweating the assets to maximise profits - have not been good. I like a bargain, but not at any price.
#11
Newbold bed bugs are not attracted to dirt

therefore i'll repeat again...it could happen at any hotel/b&b etc

best thing to do

use cheap hotel

upon return home put all clothes etc that you took with you in the dryer on the highest setting.....job done

just don't let any foreigners in your house!!!
#12
We've stayed at Leamington Spa and Cornwall using these deals and I have to say they rooms spotless!
#13
Newbold
These cheap rooms are starting to get quite expensive now. They were £10 in February 2006, then they went up to £15 - now they're £19. That's almost double in less than 2 years!

Meanwhile the rooms themselves are getting less and less pleasant because they're not being properly maintained as they used to be when Forte had them.

£19 for a horrible room in a poor location is no bargain at all.


Used these last year the weekend before christmas in London (marylebone), Excellent value, spotless room, very comfy, and an ideal base for the big smoke
#14
We have enjoyed most of our stays at Travelodge. The sale relates to the fact there will be additional rooms available at this price so worth a look. Travelodge recently went on Quidco. At first they were paying £3.60per booking so made a £15 room only £11.40 - an absolute bargain. Unfortunately now not only have they put the £15 Supersaver rate upto £19 they have also changed the Quidco discount to 3.6%.( about 67p on a £19 room) Not a lot but worth having and I still feel the rooms are good value.
#15
3.6% Quidco
#16
Take my advise and do not go to the Travel Lodge in Barrow-in-Furness. It was the pits !
#17
£19 for a horrible room in a poor location is no bargain at all.


Even for a horrible room in a poor location, it's not a bad price.

If you are happy to pay more for better facilities why not just get on with it?
#18
If you are wanting to check the views of people who have stayed at the Travel-lodge you are staying at, then have a look at [url]www.tripadvisor.com[/url]

Have a read of the reasons they are griping (if they are) and form an opinion on whether it is likely to affect your stay, and book accordingly.
#19
They've always been a bargain with me, when you've got a ladieee thats not *fussy* plus 3% back through quidco...and you can pay for an all you can eat brekkie to really impress :thumbsup:
#20
We have stayed at loads of Travelodges in the UK, never paying more than £15 per night for a family of 5!! (We sneak the baby in).

The breakfast in a bag isn't worth the money, but every room we have ever stayed in has been clean, even the older Travelodges. The big beds are usually great too and the kids don't mind the pull out sofa.

Wondered when they would put the megacheap rooms up, but I reckon £19 isn't too bad at the end of the day. :-D
#21
Booked my offer a couple of weeks ago for the £19 - an Indian Summer on the South Coast (Bournemouth, Arundel and Eastbourne). Must ask someone about monkey world. One night I did have to splash out £29!!

Have been toafew lodges - liked Swindon, Bicester was unusual, Manchester Sport City was poor (not helped by the rain), Walsall was average but Nottingham was very good. I did like the Milton Keynes one -an interesting place to be.

All the rooms were virtually the same except Manchester which was cramped bythe roofline. Not one had digital tv, and some only had 4 channels. Good job you only need to sleep there
#22
If anybody's after a cheap £15 travelodge room,they have an offer on right now at certain locations on fridays,sundays and mondays,but only until the end of this month.They are also fully flexible rooms which means you can cancel right up until 12.00 on the day of your stay.Here is the link:
https://www.travelodge.co.uk/last_minute_deals/
Or go to home page and select Last Minute deals.
#23
bazr
If anybody's after a cheap £15 travelodge room,they have an offer on right now at certain locations on fridays,sundays and mondays,but only until the end of this month.They are also fully flexible rooms which means you can cancel right up until 12.00 on the day of your stay.Here is the link:
https://www.travelodge.co.uk/last_minute_deals/
Or go to home page and select Last Minute deals.


for finding the cheapest hotel or flight to reach it you can use [url]www.weefly.com[/url].
CHeers
#24
I've just booked a night at the Manchester Airport Travelodge on the 20th of December (The night before we go to Florida for 3 weeks!:-D :santa: :-D ) for £39!! Still a good deal in my opinion.
#25
Been checking all midlandf area hotels for end of Nov....nothing less than £29 and most £39 and £49.

Doesnt seem much of an offer and no different from the usual saver promo. Cold.
#26
Brewer
Doesnt seem much of an offer and no different from the usual saver promo


Offer hasn't started yet:oops:
#27
:thumbsup: I use these all the time , normally when travelling to Rugby matches , great value and they don't kick you out till 12 o'clock -never stopped in a bad one yet:thumbsup:
#28
Brewer
Been checking all midlandf area hotels for end of Nov....nothing less than £29 and most £39 and £49.

Doesnt seem much of an offer and no different from the usual saver promo. Cold.

As previous poster said,hasn't started yet.Read OP again and you should see
'' From tomorrow evening'' as in tonight.
#29
When does this start then? Been checking and most are coming up at £29.
#30
does anyone know which travelodge (apart from Covent garden) is best to get to Lycum theatre?

thansk
#31
PAULFLETCHER
I've just booked a night at the Manchester Airport Travelodge on the 20th of December (The night before we go to Florida for 3 weeks!:-D :santa: :-D ) for £39!! Still a good deal in my opinion.



We stay here quite often before our holidays start and have no problems and they never charge us for breakfast (family of four!) so quite a bargain in my eyes although we have never spent more than £15 for a room.
banned#32
Hi All,

These are the pics I took from my stay at the Thurrock M25 Travelodge on the 4th Nov 2007.

My room had a lovely damp stale musty smell, damp in the ceiling, holes in the wall, hairs left on the bedside table, fag ash & damp on the window sill. Chopped wires & dust on tv box... it just went on..

This is what you get for a £15 room @ Thurrock... Be warned!

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Rawy
banned#33
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#37
dramaqueen
does anyone know which travelodge (apart from Covent garden) is best to get to Lycum theatre?

thansk


Don't know where Lycum theatre is in London, but I recently stayed in the new travelodge in City Road not far from Liverpool Street station and it was excellent value for £29 per night. Would not recommend eating there, service very slow and poor.
#38
Gatwick Travelodge is OK, stayed there last month, basic, nice and near the airport. But you have to pay £5 per night to park there, there is a car park with a barrier. If you have a disabled badge, there are one or two places outside the Travelodge door which are obviously not behind any barrier so no payment required.
#39
croydebay21
Gatwick Travelodge is OK, stayed there last month, basic, nice and near the airport. But you have to pay £5 per night to park there, there is a car park with a barrier. If you have a disabled badge, there are one or two places outside the Travelodge door which are obviously not behind any barrier so no payment required.
Also you can park for free on the road directly outside the lodge,we did,as did about 10 others.Rooms were also fine for us.
#40
Stayed at the Redditch Travelodge a couple of weeks ago and it was great, it only opened earlier this year. The staff were really helpful and I couldn't fault them - they helped me get all our stuff in from the car as I had 3 kids with me!

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