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This is a decent sale although only Manchester is open now, with more branches opening from next week.

It's a particularly good offer in Manchester as ALL rooms have windows and it's in a lovely Victorian warehouse building minutes walk from Piccadilly Station and gardens, in the northern Quarter.

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I voted hot, I've got low standards. I've used Easyhotel in London on a few occasions, particularly during London Olympics. Paid about £80, not cheap for what it is, but anywhere else was about £200 per night during that time, so it really helped. This is a place to leave your bags (only small ones ) and sleep, nothing else, but the price is good.
As sheffield788 said above, I can't fault EasyHotel either. Bear in mind I have low standards too.

Flew back to Luton after a break in Iceland last November and as the flight was slightly late, I missed my last train back to Swansea.

Booked a last minute room at EasyHotel Luton for £26, had a few pints in the Wetherspoon opposite and had a nice night's sleep. The room was extremely small with no windows, but was comfortable enough. I do like the fact that every room has a built-in pod-like washroom with toilet, sink and shower. I hate staying at hotels with shared bathrooms, which is why you wouldn't find me at a hostel or hotel with bigger rooms but shared WC/shower facilities. Friendly staff at the Luton branch too.

Voted hot, and I will not hesitate to stay with them again.

N.B. I've also been to their London Victoria Hotel a few times which was very similar in terms of the experience. Ultra small rooms but if you don't mind this, and simply want a cosy place to sleep for the night with a PRIVATE bathroom, you can't go wrong.
JonCollett04/07/2020 16:28

We stayed in a newly opened one of these in Sheffield a couple of years …We stayed in a newly opened one of these in Sheffield a couple of years ago, it was dreadful. A toilet with a glass door (interesting when you have a triple room and are sharing with your kid/s). The "triple" room was so small, it was only possible to get into bed on one side. There were no hangers and in fact no closet, or space to put a suit case. When we checked in, the lady behind the desk asked if we'd be watching TV during our stay - a bit nosey, I thought. Only to realise that we had to pay extra for the TV's remote control (to be able to switch it on/off). Also, the rooms aren't well sound proofed, the neighbouring room's occupant snored all night long.There is basic and no frills, but Easyjet have taken this to a new low.If I ever missed a train and it came to choice of sleeping at the station on a bench for the night or a room at an Easy hotel, I'm not sure I'd plump to stay in another one.


You are right, but the problem is you should have read what Easyhotel offers. It is very clear on their site you need to pay if you want to watch TV, how small the room is, if you have windows or not, etc.
On my first visit to Easyhotel, it was exactly what I expected. A clean place to leave m6 bags and sleep, nothing else. I agree, the toilet was smaller than expected and it looks like one from their planes. I've stayed in London in another 2 places, at least twice the price and even the rooms were bigger, they were dirty and with no facilities, shared bathroom. Yes, near Victoria, so good location, but I'm not surprised when foreign visitors leave negative reviews about that kind of hotels, even in undeveloped countries you don't get such low standards. The only complaint I have about Easyhotel is, as you mentioned, not soundproof, firedoors with springs always banging and kids on the corridor all the time, as not enough space in the room or parents were taking a shower.
To me this is not a hotel to go with kids, or you book 2 rooms and also, if you're 6 ft and over 200 pounds, forget about it, the fireman may have to take you out the shower
Edited by: "sheffield788" 4th Jul
I have used these a few times . Cheaper than getting a taxi . Ok for somewhere to sleep and store belongings. Always very clean .
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Not sure I’d want to stay in a sleasy hotel anyway- at any price- and even with free wif
I voted hot, I've got low standards. I've used Easyhotel in London on a few occasions, particularly during London Olympics. Paid about £80, not cheap for what it is, but anywhere else was about £200 per night during that time, so it really helped. This is a place to leave your bags (only small ones ) and sleep, nothing else, but the price is good.
I’ve only stayed in the EasyHotel in Manchester City centre and it was surprisingly great. Would stay there again over an IBIS hotel.
I have used these a few times . Cheaper than getting a taxi . Ok for somewhere to sleep and store belongings. Always very clean .
We stayed in a newly opened one of these in Sheffield a couple of years ago, it was dreadful.

A toilet with a glass door (interesting when you have a triple room and are sharing with your kid/s). The "triple" room was so small, it was only possible to get into bed on one side. There were no hangers and in fact no closet, or space to put a suit case.

When we checked in, the lady behind the desk asked if we'd be watching TV during our stay - a bit nosey, I thought. Only to realise that we had to pay extra for the TV's remote control (to be able to switch it on/off). Also, the rooms aren't well sound proofed, the neighbouring room's occupant snored all night long.

There is basic and no frills, but Easyjet have taken this to a new low.

If I ever missed a train and it came to choice of sleeping at the station on a bench for the night or a room at an Easy hotel, I'm not sure I'd plump to stay in another one.
Edited by: "JonCollett" 4th Jul
After waiting 3 months for a flight refund easyjet wont be getting my business anytime soon
Croydon - right by rail station, only user room to sleep, shower and loo adequate, bed - slept £27
As sheffield788 said above, I can't fault EasyHotel either. Bear in mind I have low standards too.

Flew back to Luton after a break in Iceland last November and as the flight was slightly late, I missed my last train back to Swansea.

Booked a last minute room at EasyHotel Luton for £26, had a few pints in the Wetherspoon opposite and had a nice night's sleep. The room was extremely small with no windows, but was comfortable enough. I do like the fact that every room has a built-in pod-like washroom with toilet, sink and shower. I hate staying at hotels with shared bathrooms, which is why you wouldn't find me at a hostel or hotel with bigger rooms but shared WC/shower facilities. Friendly staff at the Luton branch too.

Voted hot, and I will not hesitate to stay with them again.

N.B. I've also been to their London Victoria Hotel a few times which was very similar in terms of the experience. Ultra small rooms but if you don't mind this, and simply want a cosy place to sleep for the night with a PRIVATE bathroom, you can't go wrong.
I have lowish standards too. As long as it's clean,en suite and the there's a half decent bed I'm happy. Used it for a solo stay in Newcastle last summer for 2 nights visiting my friends. Location was great, easy to get to and from with decent food options around. Right under the Tyne Bridge too. Definitely felt fairly cheap but I couldn't justify paying anything big for the type of visit I was making.
JonCollett04/07/2020 16:28

We stayed in a newly opened one of these in Sheffield a couple of years …We stayed in a newly opened one of these in Sheffield a couple of years ago, it was dreadful. A toilet with a glass door (interesting when you have a triple room and are sharing with your kid/s). The "triple" room was so small, it was only possible to get into bed on one side. There were no hangers and in fact no closet, or space to put a suit case. When we checked in, the lady behind the desk asked if we'd be watching TV during our stay - a bit nosey, I thought. Only to realise that we had to pay extra for the TV's remote control (to be able to switch it on/off). Also, the rooms aren't well sound proofed, the neighbouring room's occupant snored all night long.There is basic and no frills, but Easyjet have taken this to a new low.If I ever missed a train and it came to choice of sleeping at the station on a bench for the night or a room at an Easy hotel, I'm not sure I'd plump to stay in another one.


You are right, but the problem is you should have read what Easyhotel offers. It is very clear on their site you need to pay if you want to watch TV, how small the room is, if you have windows or not, etc.
On my first visit to Easyhotel, it was exactly what I expected. A clean place to leave m6 bags and sleep, nothing else. I agree, the toilet was smaller than expected and it looks like one from their planes. I've stayed in London in another 2 places, at least twice the price and even the rooms were bigger, they were dirty and with no facilities, shared bathroom. Yes, near Victoria, so good location, but I'm not surprised when foreign visitors leave negative reviews about that kind of hotels, even in undeveloped countries you don't get such low standards. The only complaint I have about Easyhotel is, as you mentioned, not soundproof, firedoors with springs always banging and kids on the corridor all the time, as not enough space in the room or parents were taking a shower.
To me this is not a hotel to go with kids, or you book 2 rooms and also, if you're 6 ft and over 200 pounds, forget about it, the fireman may have to take you out the shower
Edited by: "sheffield788" 4th Jul
That’s true I can imagine if you’re 6ft and over . I am 5ft and have stayed in these hotels by myself and they are fine
Does it have a minibar?
JonCollett04/07/2020 16:28

We stayed in a newly opened one of these in Sheffield a couple of years …We stayed in a newly opened one of these in Sheffield a couple of years ago, it was dreadful. A toilet with a glass door (interesting when you have a triple room and are sharing with your kid/s). The "triple" room was so small, it was only possible to get into bed on one side. There were no hangers and in fact no closet, or space to put a suit case. When we checked in, the lady behind the desk asked if we'd be watching TV during our stay - a bit nosey, I thought. Only to realise that we had to pay extra for the TV's remote control (to be able to switch it on/off). Also, the rooms aren't well sound proofed, the neighbouring room's occupant snored all night long.There is basic and no frills, but Easyjet have taken this to a new low.If I ever missed a train and it came to choice of sleeping at the station on a bench for the night or a room at an Easy hotel, I'm not sure I'd plump to stay in another one.


I use my phone to control my TV
agentjont04/07/2020 17:25

I have lowish standards too. As long as it's clean,en suite and the …I have lowish standards too. As long as it's clean,en suite and the there's a half decent bed I'm happy. Used it for a solo stay in Newcastle last summer for 2 nights visiting my friends. Location was great, easy to get to and from with decent food options around. Right under the Tyne Bridge too. Definitely felt fairly cheap but I couldn't justify paying anything big for the type of visit I was making.


Newcastle is a very posh one as it used to be a Tune hotel which are a Malaysian based budget brand but they're more "high level" budget. Agreed about excellent location, great for river /castle exploring and still near city centre and station, tons bars and restaurants.
We stayed in the one near Victoria coach station it was ok though I think we may have had a larger room due to it being a disabled room very basic it was cheaper than buying train tickets (had free national express pass at the time) so was ideal when we went to a show in London. If you hate orange this is not the place for you
Does a #1 cost more a #2? Or is it a pay per flush basis (PPF?) And is toilet roll included? :/
unknownuser122306/07/2020 11:07

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When I first saw the header, I had visions of them renting out the broom closet! And even
then still probably charge you a double room supplement as that's where Henry lives!
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Stayed in one of these in London, absolutely grim. No windows and it was like an oven. If you have ever stayed on a North Sea Ferry inside cabin it is basically that but orange.

Will add that I am 6 foot 4 so reckon that was also an issue so not entirely the hotel's fault
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Easy? It was a nightmare, never again. Avoid!
Used the Leeds one before after arriving at LBA at half 9 at night and not wanting to travel onto Newcastle straight after. For ~£15 it was absolutely fine and a very short walk to the train station early the next morning.
Who on earth wants to go to Birmingham. No wonder its 18 quid. What a grim city
I've been in one of those in Croydon. If you value your sanity please avoid like a plague. It was so dirty and disgusting and everything was damaged it was insane. Never again. I'd rather pay twice the amount for clean sheets and clean room with working toilet.
Matt22206/07/2020 11:23

Who on earth wants to go to Birmingham. No wonder its 18 quid. What a grim …Who on earth wants to go to Birmingham. No wonder its 18 quid. What a grim city


UKs 2nd biggest city is grim? care to go into more detail?
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Their normal rate for room without window is 20 per night. And room with window is 25 per night.
So this offer seems to only be applicable for the latter.

Room without window is quite a normal thing for them to provide.
Does anyone know if this is until a particular date, coming up at a lot more than stated for Manchester?
gingertips04/07/2020 16:37

After waiting 3 months for a flight refund easyjet wont be getting my …After waiting 3 months for a flight refund easyjet wont be getting my business anytime soon


Lucky you, my refunds with 2 other companies will take over a year, at the moment I was given vouchers valid for a year and if I don't use them, they will refund. But they will start looking at it after the vouchers expired.
sheffield78804/07/2020 18:11

You are right, but the problem is you should have read what Easyhotel …You are right, but the problem is you should have read what Easyhotel offers. It is very clear on their site you need to pay if you want to watch TV, how small the room is, if you have windows or not, etc.On my first visit to Easyhotel, it was exactly what I expected. A clean place to leave m6 bags and sleep, nothing else. I agree, the toilet was smaller than expected and it looks like one from their planes. I've stayed in London in another 2 places, at least twice the price and even the rooms were bigger, they were dirty and with no facilities, shared bathroom. Yes, near Victoria, so good location, but I'm not surprised when foreign visitors leave negative reviews about that kind of hotels, even in undeveloped countries you don't get such low standards. The only complaint I have about Easyhotel is, as you mentioned, not soundproof, firedoors with springs always banging and kids on the corridor all the time, as not enough space in the room or parents were taking a shower. To me this is not a hotel to go with kids, or you book 2 rooms and also, if you're 6 ft and over 200 pounds, forget about it, the fireman may have to take you out the shower


Just to add, I have travelled in MANY countries around the world and the average standard of room is very high (They have to be with everybody leaving reviews on Booking.com etc.) I would say the typical UK room above pub with shared bathroom and a lot of our typical B+Bs are some of the lowest standard accommodation anywhere, especially for the prices they often try to charge. You can get plenty of good stuff here and Travelodge for example can be exceptionally good value for example as well as this EasyHotel deal. There is plenty of similar accommodation to this through Europe for example and the key important thing about these rooms as they tend to be very clean which is the number one most important thing (for me at least.)
craigbob06/07/2020 11:11

Stayed in one of these in London, absolutely grim. No windows and it was …Stayed in one of these in London, absolutely grim. No windows and it was like an oven. If you have ever stayed on a North Sea Ferry inside cabin it is basically that but orange.Will add that I am 6 foot 4 so reckon that was also an issue so not entirely the hotel's fault


I love travelling on the Hull - Rotterdam/Zeebrugge ferries and think the rooms in them are good.
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I guess it is not if they allowed them to build these kind of establishments. If you build a house without windows, I'm sure they will pick on you, but they can't on Easy.
peakbear06/07/2020 12:04

Just to add, I have travelled in MANY countries around the world and the …Just to add, I have travelled in MANY countries around the world and the average standard of room is very high (They have to be with everybody leaving reviews on Booking.com etc.) I would say the typical UK room above pub with shared bathroom and a lot of our typical B+Bs are some of the lowest standard accommodation anywhere, especially for the prices they often try to charge. You can get plenty of good stuff here and Travelodge for example can be exceptionally good value for example as well as this EasyHotel deal. There is plenty of similar accommodation to this through Europe for example and the key important thing about these rooms as they tend to be very clean which is the number one most important thing (for me at least.)


Imagine the shock I had when I came in The UK first and my first night was in London. Paid for the room about 3 months worth of work in my country, came to see high western standards and ended up in one of those rooms you've mentioned. I was shocked, I've never been in a hotel without a balcony, reception and ended up in one with a shared bathroom, full of dust, and twice the price of a 5 star hotel in my home country. I absolutely had no clue such places existed . Travelodge is great IMO, especially for me now, with kids, not many places offer family rooms at such prices and standards. But if I am on my own, Easyhotel ticks the box.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 6th Jul
I have no standards at all but would avoid this shoebox, and toilets out of a scrapped plane
craigbob06/07/2020 11:11

Stayed in one of these in London, absolutely grim. No windows and it was …Stayed in one of these in London, absolutely grim. No windows and it was like an oven. If you have ever stayed on a North Sea Ferry inside cabin it is basically that but orange.Will add that I am 6 foot 4 so reckon that was also an issue so not entirely the hotel's fault


That was exactly our experience in the one in Glasgow, we thought it would be fine for a night but it was so airless and got so hot overnight (even though you could apparently ask the desk to adjust the temperature of the room, but that seemed to make no difference) We were opening the hotel room door in the middle of the night and flapping it trying to get some air in to the room. We were there in October so it's not like it was even linked to the temperature being high outside so the place must just be like that all year round.

BTW those saying you need a TV remote, in the one we stayed in you could operate the TV with the buttons on it, even though its obviously not very convenient it was possible.
peakbear06/07/2020 12:04

Just to add, I have travelled in MANY countries around the world and the …Just to add, I have travelled in MANY countries around the world and the average standard of room is very high (They have to be with everybody leaving reviews on Booking.com etc.) I would say the typical UK room above pub with shared bathroom and a lot of our typical B+Bs are some of the lowest standard accommodation anywhere, especially for the prices they often try to charge. You can get plenty of good stuff here and Travelodge for example can be exceptionally good value for example as well as this EasyHotel deal. There is plenty of similar accommodation to this through Europe for example and the key important thing about these rooms as they tend to be very clean which is the number one most important thing (for me at least.)


I travel regularly around the world for work, but choose my own accommodation. I agree that generally the standards these days are very high - it’s very difficult to find a hotel with low standards. Of course, I’m just talking about hotels, as lodges and hostels are different.

However, I’ve found the standards in hotels in the UK just as high. Rooms above pubs are often lower standard but that’s due to the nature of the accommodation as most pubs are very old. And besides, they treat it as additional income, it’s not their main business, so it seems obvious that you won’t get the same care.

B&Bs can be hit and miss. The good ones are exceptional - very clean, all local produce and every little detail considered. The poor ones are usually managed by people with low standards. Review sites will weed these out for you easily. However, this has been the case anywhere I’ve travelled. I don’t think the UK is any different in that regard. Perhaps you’ve just looked at reviews more carefully when travelling abroad?
Edited by: "edanfalls" 6th Jul
junxs06/07/2020 11:41

UKs 2nd biggest city is grim? care to go into more detail?


Having lived and worked in Brum all my life I agree with him. And so should you. Turn any direction out of Villa Park and that tells you all you need to know about Birmingham.
Easycoronavirus ?
Stayed in the Birmingham one a few times and the Liverpool one, can't fault it, bargain at these rates. Think I paid £10 and £15
Edited by: "johnraggett" 6th Jul
wooden.top06/07/2020 14:08

Having lived and worked in Brum all my life I agree with him. And so …Having lived and worked in Brum all my life I agree with him. And so should you. Turn any direction out of Villa Park and that tells you all you need to know about Birmingham.


Thats Aston, in a deprived area of the city, if you want to talk about Towns around the city, then visit Sutton Coldfield, Solihull, Four Oaks etc
When someone says Birmingham, I think of City Centre - compared to any city centre in the UK I think its up there and shows why its the 2nd city.
£18 is really good. Personally, I find that in really expensive cities like London, there is a big difference in price and so Easy Hotel can be really good. In cheaper places, like Luton, unless its last minute, then sometimes search around. I mean if you know a couple of weeks before travelling or more, a Travelodge or Premier Inn might only be a few squid more and worth the difference.
Someone in government needs to close these down. Reading the comments on here and these sound awful and not very safe.
Only the "Easy" brand could make windows an optional extra.

Actually, not true... I can see Ryanair doing the same if they ever open a hotel.

Seriously though, these places are fine to crash if you're in a city for a concert or other event, don't need anything except a bed and don't mind taking a set of earplugs so you can't hear the inevitable stag / hen crowd down the corridor.
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