(22nd December) London Central City Road / London Liverpool Street / London Kings Cross Royal Scot £25.49 @ Travelodge (Using code)
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(22nd December) London Central City Road / London Liverpool Street / London Kings Cross Royal Scot £25.49 @ Travelodge (Using code)

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Posted 10th Oct
Brilliant price for a hotel in London just in time for last minute christmas shopping etc...

To get the advertised price you will need to generate your own 15% off code via Vouchercodes (this code reduces the price from £29.99 to £25.49). Credit to @anthony69 for this.

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nice one if you have to be in london around that time
I think you meant to put Sunday 22nd December.
cdm2210/10/2019 16:45

I think you meant to put Sunday 22nd December.


I think your right!
Won't accept a discount code for me... Has anyone else managed to use it?

Edit: got it working on the mobile site, weird.
Edited by: "finknottle" 10th Oct
cdm2210/10/2019 16:45

I think you meant to put Sunday 22nd December.


Oh yes, thankyou
Looks good....HOT from me
The reviews look a bit grim from TripAdvisor. Probably ok for a night
I've been in that hotel a few times and it's very noisy
Stayed there before (all 3) and they're old skool Travelodges (so no aircon etc like you get in the newer ones further out) but this is a brilliant price for central London!
Edited by: "techno12" 12th Oct
techno1212/10/2019 21:12

Stayed there before (all 3) and they're old skool Travelodges (so no …Stayed there before (all 3) and they're old skool Travelodges (so no aircon etc like you get in the newer ones further out) but this is a brilliant price for central London!


Aircon in December? As long the heating is working I'm in!
Stayed at city road a number of times. Basic but if you need a really dirty fry up in a morning look no further
The moment you add a child to the booking the price rockets, we are two adults and two children, could I book 2 adults to two rooms and then just occupy them as 1 adult and 1 child in each?
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