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Posted 28th Dec 2019

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They actually start from £16 (Kensington in London, oddly) or £14.40 in the free club. Amazing really. But I miss the £7.99 a night sales at every hotel pretty much every night!
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Lot of moaners in this topic. They are designed to be the cheapest place you can crash someone a night before an early flight. You get what you pay for and if all you're interested in is somewhere to turn up at 10pm and leave by 6am or something, they're ideal to get some kip.
Can't fault them myself.

Yes, the rooms are small and the cheapest ones don't have windows, but it's a place to sleep for a few hours and they all have private bathrooms. Something which is a necessity in my opinion.

Stayed in their Luton hotel a few weeks ago after getting back from Reykjavik. Didn't fancy sleeping in the airport for a few hours so saw a dirt cheap last minute deal on a room in EasyHotel Luton and would happily use again.

Have also previously stayed in a no-window room in London Victoria. That room was absolutely tiny but clean, well maintained and comfortable.

Give me an EasyHotel over a hostel or hotel with a shared bathroom any day.
Paid £40 for a room for 2 nights in Newcastle in the summer. Location was great. Definitely felt basic but room was clean and bathroom was above my expectations for that price! But I can imagine they're not all acceptable!
Edited by: "agentjont" 28th Dec 2019
Glasgow was so bad! Got there half hour early wanted to wait in the reception but they made us wait outside in the cold. Really rude about it to.
The rooms where not even worth £20, if you do go take a universal remote that's £5 they charge for use of a remote for the TV and the soap had mold in it! To be honest the whole place looked quite run down and unloved.
Got full refund in the end.
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I payed £24 for a room last year and I feel cheated... left within 40mins, rooms are that bad
Gutted! I was hoping for the £9.99 that they were last year.
Paid £40 for a room for 2 nights in Newcastle in the summer. Location was great. Definitely felt basic but room was clean and bathroom was above my expectations for that price! But I can imagine they're not all acceptable!
Edited by: "agentjont" 28th Dec 2019
Glasgow was so bad! Got there half hour early wanted to wait in the reception but they made us wait outside in the cold. Really rude about it to.
The rooms where not even worth £20, if you do go take a universal remote that's £5 they charge for use of a remote for the TV and the soap had mold in it! To be honest the whole place looked quite run down and unloved.
Got full refund in the end.
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I remember booking one of these a few years ago in Croydon, London for £9.99.
We got a free upgrade to the super box passion suite with no tv, no housekeeping, no furniture and no window it really was the dogs and definitely one of the nicest places we have stayed in.
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If you get the chance to stay in one of these hotels, I would advise you to do so!

(It'll make any other hotel/guest house/B&B or dos house look like the Ritz).

I would never again stay in an Easy Hotel, even if they paid me £19.99 per night.
Lot of moaners in this topic. They are designed to be the cheapest place you can crash someone a night before an early flight. You get what you pay for and if all you're interested in is somewhere to turn up at 10pm and leave by 6am or something, they're ideal to get some kip.
Can't fault them myself.

Yes, the rooms are small and the cheapest ones don't have windows, but it's a place to sleep for a few hours and they all have private bathrooms. Something which is a necessity in my opinion.

Stayed in their Luton hotel a few weeks ago after getting back from Reykjavik. Didn't fancy sleeping in the airport for a few hours so saw a dirt cheap last minute deal on a room in EasyHotel Luton and would happily use again.

Have also previously stayed in a no-window room in London Victoria. That room was absolutely tiny but clean, well maintained and comfortable.

Give me an EasyHotel over a hostel or hotel with a shared bathroom any day.
SirSpanky28/12/2019 11:35

Lot of moaners in this topic. They are designed to be the cheapest place …Lot of moaners in this topic. They are designed to be the cheapest place you can crash someone a night before an early flight. You get what you pay for and if all you're interested in is somewhere to turn up at 10pm and leave by 6am or something, they're ideal to get some kip.


Spot on.
Very grim in Luton. One to avoid for sure even if free to stay
thebuzzer28/12/2019 12:24

Very grim in Luton. One to avoid for sure even if free to stay


I had the opposite experience last month. Yes, the ceiling tiles could do with a scrub but everything else was absolutely fine.

Staff are friendly and helpful and after asking them where the nearest Wetherspoon is they happily gave me directions.

Off topic, I highly recommend the White House Wetherspoon in Luton, a stone's throw from the EasyHotel. That place is massive.
Edited by: "preecey" 28th Dec 2019
WE had to leave the room was so bad. Lights not working, no hot water, no windows, Bates Motel Receptionist, very grim. Camping a far better option.
Edited by: "thebuzzer" 28th Dec 2019
I’ve also stayed at the one in Luton and been to the loca Wetherspoons, room tiny but clean, walls could do with a lick of paint, did the job for the cost of a couple of pints.

Luton however, massive hole.
BadMF28/12/2019 14:11

I’ve also stayed at the one in Luton and been to the loca Wetherspoons, r …I’ve also stayed at the one in Luton and been to the loca Wetherspoons, room tiny but clean, walls could do with a lick of paint, did the job for the cost of a couple of pints. Luton however, massive hole.


Yes, as a town I can vouch for your comment about Luton in general.
I didn’t much like the aggressive beggars that would follow you, demanding money. Much worse than Bristol and Blackpool.
Good if you are a student and have limited funds.
I have got on 9.99 deal past few years, few nights in Brum and a night in Liverpool. Bang on for what is it.
SirSpanky28/12/2019 11:35

Lot of moaners in this topic. They are designed to be the cheapest place …Lot of moaners in this topic. They are designed to be the cheapest place you can crash someone a night before an early flight. You get what you pay for and if all you're interested in is somewhere to turn up at 10pm and leave by 6am or something, they're ideal to get some kip.


If I'm paying for a room I at least want it to be clean!
I couldn't care if I'm staying there one hour or 6 weeks!
Call me a moaner all you want but from my experience the staff where rude and the rooms where not suitable for habitat being a paying customer I'm allowed that complaint.
judavid8929/12/2019 09:18

If I'm paying for a room I at least want it to be clean! I couldn't care …If I'm paying for a room I at least want it to be clean! I couldn't care if I'm staying there one hour or 6 weeks! Call me a moaner all you want but from my experience the staff where rude and the rooms where not suitable for habitat being a paying customer I'm allowed that complaint.


That's fair enough. The few I've stayed at have been spotless (almost made the room seem even more clinical!) so I may have been lucky.
judavid8929/12/2019 09:18

If I'm paying for a room I at least want it to be clean! I couldn't care …If I'm paying for a room I at least want it to be clean! I couldn't care if I'm staying there one hour or 6 weeks! Call me a moaner all you want but from my experience the staff where rude and the rooms where not suitable for habitat being a paying customer I'm allowed that complaint.


I’ve stayed in several of them, they can be in brilliant locations, yes they may be small but the price reflects that, you are there to explore where you have visited not the room. I hope all the moaners on here have voiced there negative comments to TripAdvisor, rather than on a deal finder app.
My room looked lovely. It was 20 quid. I didn't get a window. We were given a key to someone else's room and walked in on them. When we got the right room I didn't get any sleep because the bed covers didn't fit and the mattress was like a lumpy brick.
Stayed in a couple, both awful.

Try a Travelodge first, can usually get one cheap if you're booking early enough. EasyHotel should be the last resort!
Knock a coppers helmet off, get a bigger cell for the night
MeistroUK28/12/2019 09:07

I payed £24 for a room last year and I feel cheated... left within 40mins, …I payed £24 for a room last year and I feel cheated... left within 40mins, rooms are that bad


That's what you get for being a cheapskate! Pay for what you get
dano7929/12/2019 20:28

That's what you get for being a cheapskate! Pay for what you get


Not really when travelodge do rooms for like £22... Plus easyhotel rooms can go to over £100! That's more light daylight robbery
Stayed in the Leeds one just after it opened. NEVER AGAIN!

paid extra for a room with a window.... Which you couldn't see out of as it was 6 foot in the air, only 1 foot by 2 foot & didn't open which was a further problem as the air con didn't work & they couldn't fix it or give us a different room or even a fan. It was a freezing December but constantly 21 degrees in the room.
The shower door didn't close which meant the tiny bathroom flooded. Not that you could close the shower door from the inside as there was no handle just the back covers of the outside handle which come off!
The sink tap was just a trickle & no hot water. The air vent in the bathroom had no cover so you could see the pipe full of dust which would fall on you whilst in the shower!
Bedding didn't fit the bed & the underbed strip lighting was hanging off & dangerous.

Made staff aware but nothing ever done.

Emailed easyhotel but never got a reply
Price is a bit more expensive than previously. If you can drive and the time you are looking for is not superpeak time, I'd recommend spending an extra £5-£10 to get one of the other budget chains personally and get more peace of mind and enjoyment of your room.
quidditys_shore29/12/2019 20:32

Stayed in the Leeds one just after it opened. NEVER AGAIN!paid extra for a …Stayed in the Leeds one just after it opened. NEVER AGAIN!paid extra for a room with a window.... Which you couldn't see out of as it was 6 foot in the air, only 1 foot by 2 foot & didn't open which was a further problem as the air con didn't work & they couldn't fix it or give us a different room or even a fan. It was a freezing December but constantly 21 degrees in the room.The shower door didn't close which meant the tiny bathroom flooded. Not that you could close the shower door from the inside as there was no handle just the back covers of the outside handle which come off!The sink tap was just a trickle & no hot water. The air vent in the bathroom had no cover so you could see the pipe full of dust which would fall on you whilst in the shower!Bedding didn't fit the bed & the underbed strip lighting was hanging off & dangerous.Made staff aware but nothing ever done.Emailed easyhotel but never got a reply


I'm still waiting for a reply for m easy hotel I found it easier to complain though the booking service which give a full refund.
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No free wifi is always a deal breaker for me as these buildings usually seem to have poor phone reception.

Could live with the crappy, windowless cell they give you if I could at least get on here and waste a few £hundred quid.
BadMF28/12/2019 14:11

I’ve also stayed at the one in Luton and been to the loca Wetherspoons, r …I’ve also stayed at the one in Luton and been to the loca Wetherspoons, room tiny but clean, walls could do with a lick of paint, did the job for the cost of a couple of pints. Luton however, massive hole.



Luton is the home town of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon aka Tommy Robinson.
BadMF28/12/2019 14:51

I didn’t much like the aggressive beggars that would follow you, demanding …I didn’t much like the aggressive beggars that would follow you, demanding money. Much worse than Bristol and Blackpool.



They are not beggars,they're EDL supporters.
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No free wifi is always a deal breaker for me as these buildings usually …No free wifi is always a deal breaker for me as these buildings usually seem to have poor phone reception.Could live with the crappy, windowless cell they give you if I could at least get on here and waste a few £hundred quid.


Forgot about that!

Step outside the hotel & we get full 4G. Anywhere inside nothing what so ever. We are on three & vodafone.
Bang easy hotel gyal a get banged
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johnsmith199729/12/2019 21:10

Luton is the home town of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon aka Tommy Robinson.


To be fair if I lived in Luton I'd probably hate humanity too.
4 x1 night in Birmingham city centre easy hotel to see the 1975! £72 is a steal!
Croydon... July 2019... grim!
I stayed at the one in Luton once. Managed to be both filthy and sterile at the same time; which was quite an achievement. Also the windows were glued shut.

Still, for a cheap overnight get to the airport ridiculously early booking, it does it’s job.
deleted24979829/12/2019 21:03

No free wifi is always a deal breaker for me as these buildings usually …No free wifi is always a deal breaker for me as these buildings usually seem to have poor phone reception.Could live with the crappy, windowless cell they give you if I could at least get on here and waste a few £hundred quid.


I just got free wifi for my stay in Manchester as well as discount by signing up for their free club on the website.

I just want a place to sleep in the evenings while I explore the city in the day. Thanks for posting this deal I've managed to get my whole stay for less then the price of Saturday night alone in a travelodge 😁
I usually stay in a hostel (sharing a room with about 8 strangers), so this IS luxury to me
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