Travelodge thousands of £19 rooms just added Dec/Jan - HotUKDeals
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Just got an email from travelodge this morning - they have added more rooms to the £19 offer.
hope it helps someone

An early Christmas present
£19 rooms
£19 rates are only available at selected hotels on selected nights, must be booked at least 21 days before the date of arrival and are only available online at http://www.travelodge.co.uk. Book by 26 October 2008 for stays between 30 November 2008 and 01 February 2009. Subject to availability. This offer is non-commissionable and cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount scheme. £19 rates must be paid for by a credit or debit card at the time of booking and cannot be refunded. Booking fee applicable for credit card payments, no charge for debit card payments. Information correct at time of broadcast.
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#1
last time i checked they also had £19 rooms (last week i think)
#2
An early Christmas present


:lol: I just had to laugh at this. If Santa gave me a soulless, flytrap for depressed travelling sales-men for Christmas I'd wonder what I had done wrong in life!
#3
yeah, 23,24,25 all avaliable at £19, boxing day shopping depot :) hot and rep added!
#4
Great for taking ladies of the night to.
#5
Thanks for this just booked a couple of rooms for £38. Ta.
#6
Only stayed at Travelodge once and based on that I'd say that 19p would be over priced... (sorry)
#7
End of the day, its a Place to sleep and shower.

Voted Hot!
#8
We've got to stop overnight in Brum in Jan so this is perfect - thanks!!
#9
does taking the insurance make a difference if one wants to cancel. in the email it says Saver rooms can be cancelled but cannot be refunded. What is the point of taking the £1 insurance then.
#10
leeroy
End of the day, its a Place to sleep and shower.

Voted Hot!


Then it's less than 19p, because we didn't get any sleep.
#11
Thanks very much! You've just saved me a small fortune for somewhere to kip after a family wedding!! Voted HOT!!
banned#12
are these hotels any good? I seen this thing on tv once which said they are awful as they tend to hold your rooms on first come basis and some people who booked rooms turned up and told the room was taken!
#13
nassime1
does taking the insurance make a difference if one wants to cancel. in the email it says Saver rooms can be cancelled but cannot be refunded. What is the point of taking the £1 insurance then.


I would say that taking out insurance is absolutely pointless. You can get a refund if you are too ill to go for example, however when checking the small print you have to obtain and send them a doctor's certificate and probably a whole load of paperwork!
#14
2sly
are these hotels any good? I seen this thing on tv once which said they are awful as they tend to hold your rooms on first come basis and some people who booked rooms turned up and told the room was taken!


Turned up at 10pm a few times and never had a problem, ( and had reservation)
#15
2sly
are these hotels any good? I seen this thing on tv once which said they are awful as they tend to hold your rooms on first come basis and some people who booked rooms turned up and told the room was taken!


Personally I think travelodge is absolutely fine if it's purely accommodation you're after rather than a really nice place to stay for the weekend. Fine for being functional.

There has been some press about the fact that they often overbook hotels slightly because of the fact that there is nearly always a few people who don't show up. So once in a blue moon if you arrive late in the day there's a small chance the place would be full. If this did happen I think they put you to their nearest hotel and pay for travel there. Never happenned to anyone I know though.
#16
frakker
:lol: I just had to laugh at this. If Santa gave me a soulless, flytrap for depressed travelling sales-men for Christmas I'd wonder what I had done wrong in life!


or if ur with the right person in the room.....:whistling:
#17
Well I've booked a night in Harrogate for the family, nice little get away after Xmas. We've stayed in travelodge loads of times for family breaks and they have all been fine, many cleaner than some 4* s I've stayed in.

Many thanks
#18
What do some people want for £19??? Even at full price I have found them to be clean comfortable and good value. Do not expect 5* it is a lodge.
#19
We have gone down the coast and stayed at Exeter on a number of occassions and never had any problems. For 19 quid what do you want? HOT DEAL
#20
ive stayed in loads of different travelodges. Usually stay in either Manchester Ancoats or central when I take my kids to gigs, more often than not there are 2 adults and 2 kids, kids eat breakfast free, 10% discount for booking online so 32.50 for bed and all you can eat breakfast for just over £8.00 each? How can it not be a bargain.
#21
£19 for a room in central London = Bargain. Thanks to the O/P :thumbsup:
#22
I`ve stayed in the travelodges at todhills carlisle just up the road from gretna and dunfermline. I booked both in the £9 sale which they have every so often. I would recomment them to anyone if you are looking for a couple of days away , shopping or touring. The rooms were clean and have everything you need. Dont expect lovely surroundings outside as they seem to lack that. I never book breakfast as it is a cold snack in a box. There is always somewhere close by that you can go to for a nice cooked breakfast if that`s what you would prefer. Where else could you get a break for a family of four on a budget as cheaply as this? I`m waiting on the next £9 sale and gonna book again for next year. As for those who dont recommend and put you off the idea!!!!!!!!!!!!! I`d say try it for yourself. What you losing out??? £19? £9? Go on give it a try, you`ll never know till you do.
Voted hot.
#23
Just thought for those of you looking for a bed for the night our friends in the HUKD community Bitterwallet, have written a great blog called " 6 Hotels For Cheap One Night Stands This Weekend" ( btw: it's a play on words ) Actually ALL the deals run into December and beyond. Oh ! and they are not all exclusively weekend only deals. So if Travelodge does'nt float your boat and you want a cheap one - have a look at http://www.bitterwallet.com/6-hotels-for-cheap-one-night-stands-this-weekend/1242
sweet dreams
#24
Cold due to the fact that I have stayed in quite a few lodges now and they have all been **** - poor service -poor rooms - poor location. I may have been unlucky but I'll never stay at one ever again. Premier are in a different league compared to travelodge.
#25
I've stayed in a few, plain but always good in my opinion. Once I had to stay in a large disabled room as they were out of family rooms, because of this they made a big fuss of the kids, brought in an extra bed very quickly, comped my husband and me a drink that night & breakfast in the morning, that was a £19 room, also it was one of the hotels that had full english buffet breakfast, not cold boxed (i have heard they aren't very good value).

Once we did also have the over booked problem, so they called the expensive hotel down the road, told us to go book on our credit card then call them, once we had they credited us back the cost, so stayed in a fab hotel for £9!

maybe I've been lucky, but I think travelodges are great! :)
#26
guyds i wanted to book a room at travel lodge, I use a wheelchair so can i still use the online sysstem or do i have to ring them up?

also how many can stay in 1 room lol

Thanks
#27
waqas
guyds i wanted to book a room at travel lodge, I use a wheelchair so can i still use the online sysstem or do i have to ring them up?

also how many can stay in 1 room lol

Thanks

I had a look online, and using the "search and book" tab at the top, there is the option to look for disabled rooms. If you click on the "£19 Rooms" tab however there doesn't seem to be an option. So you will be able to book it online if you know your dates and location but you might not be able to browse for rooms.

If I were you I would just look for standard rooms and if they're on offer, call central reservations and say the dates and location you want and that it's disabled you need. I wouldn't think it would be a problem. It's surprising that they haven't made it very easy to specify the room type for the search.

If you get a family room, according to the website it is designed for 2 adults and either 2 children or another adult. It's basically a double bed and then a double sofa bed.
#28
bet the family rooms arnt on the £19 offer.

& tnks for the info.

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