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Travelodge | Great value rooms all year round - BOOK NOW from £19
Travelodge | Great value rooms all year round - BOOK NOW from £19

Travelodge | Great value rooms all year round - BOOK NOW from £19

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750,000 rooms from £19 are subject to availability at selected hotels on selected nights for stays between 6 August 2009 and 10 January 2010. 750,000 rooms are a combination of the following Saver rates: £19, £22, £25, £29, £32 and £35. Prices are per room, not per person. £19 rooms must be booked online at travelodge.co.uk at least 21 days before the date of arrival; other Saver rates must be booked online at travelodge.co.uk at least 7 days before arrival. Rooms 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.

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Travelodge used to be good value for money.

But cost cutting has now meant that the rooms are often dirty.

I have just taken them to Court to get my money back after being offered 2 dirty rooms in the same hotel.

I stayed at Blackpool South Shore Travelodge at the weekend and it was clean and the staff were polite, friendly and very helpful. Some relatives stayed at the Blackpool Central hotel (the same weekend) and the staff there were rude and unhelpful, the toilet in the room was broken and it was noisy.

So, Travelodge's are great value for money (if you book in advance) but like so many similar corperate chains (hotels, restaurants etc) just because one is either good or bad, dirty or clean, it doesn't mean everyone will be.

Prefer Inn Keepers Lodge - you might pay a bit more, but they do a 3 nights for the price of 2, even at August Bank Holiday!
Doesn't get my vote, sorry

Hot and cheap. These are ideal for a quick night or two away.

Just none where I need to go.

Stayed at carlisle m6 the other week and when i went in my room was slightly surprised to see no beds :shock:
Then i spotted it perched against the side wall :roll: .....i know i only paid £9 per night but ........

mackem1966;5940421

Stayed at carlisle m6 the other week and when i went in my room was … Stayed at carlisle m6 the other week and when i went in my room was slightly surprised to see no beds :shock:Then i spotted it perched against the side wall :roll: .....i know i only paid £9 per night but ........



That is bloody terrible, no matter what the price!

I think the title's a bit misleading.
Travel lodge all year round. Can only be used 6th Aug 09 - 10 Jan 20010
Hot Vote Though, Thanx

Great price but nothing close to where I need it for a Friday night in September. All over £50. Gonna try and find a nice B&B instead with a full English thrown in!!

cheap, but you get what you pay for....

Good spot........but you can find better. London ones are an absolute disgrace!!!!!

:roll: yep they are cheap and cheerful sometimes tearful..worst one i stayed in was dudley..brierley hill last oct ..unclean and smelly avoid at all costs!!!

Some of them are alright - probably best to check the reviews on TripAdvisor before deciding on one.

can anybody find a cheap bed in guildford or surrounding area in september? 22nd and 23rd

if not, deal is cold for me

liveforfree;5939490

Travelodge used to be good value for money.But cost cutting has now meant … Travelodge used to be good value for money.But cost cutting has now meant that the rooms are often dirty.I have just taken them to Court to get my money back after being offered 2 dirty rooms in the same hotel.



which hotel?

Just booked slough again

Another trip to Legoland beckons - this time we are going for the firework display too.

Booked two nights stay yesterday with travelodge in London be warned check seperate booking prices as 1 day it said £32 the next was £59 so for the two days together it said £59 each so i booked it twice one at £32 and the other at £59

eddieitman;5991391

Booked two nights stay yesterday with travelodge in London be warned … Booked two nights stay yesterday with travelodge in London be warned check seperate booking prices as 1 day it said £32 the next was £59 so for the two days together it said £59 each so i booked it twice one at £32 and the other at £59



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For what it's worth, I got a £19 room a couple of months ago and it was brilliant, it had been refurbed since the travelodges of old.

great if you can find one, looked up 2 different areas and different dates including wkend and wkday and both over £50!

I see this offer time and time again but never see any rooms even near these rates when i want to go ie weekend ! Oh well.
Sad but true

Yiddo4life;5991326

Just booked slough againAnother trip to Legoland beckons - this time we … Just booked slough againAnother trip to Legoland beckons - this time we are going for the firework display too.



do you want a 2 for 1 voucher for Legoland? I have two sitting in my kitchen, valid until 8 November 09.

liveforfree;5939490

Travelodge used to be good value for money.But cost cutting has now meant … Travelodge used to be good value for money.But cost cutting has now meant that the rooms are often dirty.I have just taken them to Court to get my money back after being offered 2 dirty rooms in the same hotel.



Taking them to court is a bit extreme. I stayed in one for 2 nights in Brighton and the room wasnt brilliantly clean so I emailed their customer services address and a couple of days later they sent me a letter refunding half my money. Cant argue with that.

I've stayed in them plenty of times when discounted and never really had an issue. On the subject of London ones I've stayed in London Docklands a few times and found it perfectly ok and paid £26 each time. (plus a fiver to park). Even stayed there New Years Eve one year, went out in London for the night and then stayed there for £26. Doubt you could get cheaper than that on New Years Eve anywhere else in London.

I stayed in one in Liverpool and it was very poor quality. No handsoap in the toilet, holes in the sheets and shabby service. Would rather pay a little extra and go to a premiere inn, far nicer.

I stayed in one at Porthmadog last weekend, had a lovely time. I'm surprised about some people's expectations. You'd expect to get a complete dog's dinner for £9, £19 or even £29 as normal rates. As long as they're clean, have a bed and the basic tranklements with some reasonable comfort you can't go wrong.

I do think, however, it depends which one you choose. For example, the Porthmadog one is new and very nice. An hour away, in Bangor, the Travelodge is a lot older and not heard the best reviews. I understand both sides of the arguments but when all is said and done, for the price, can't really grumble too much.

Thanks OP I'll take a look.

They never seem to have any central city centre hotels this cheap!

great deal.thanks

Just got a family room at Heathrow Terminal 5 for £19, cant complain at that.

the voucher isnt valid as says has been previously used
also not available with cheap rooms
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