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Travelodge hotel rooms in Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham for £24.99 @ Travelodge
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Travelodge hotel rooms in Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham for £24.99 @ Travelodge

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Travelodge hotel rooms in Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham for £24.99 @ Travelodge
Posted 31st Jul

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Travelodge have got hotel rooms in Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham for £24.99


Summer’s here and it’s time to make the most of these long days. There’s 140,000 miles of footpath crisscrossing the UK, connecting some outstanding places and with over 380 hotels now open we can help you get outdoors more.

What’s more with over 1 million rooms for £29 or less available until 31st December 2020, now's the time to see more for less.


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Example Travelodge Newcastle Quayside is £24.99 on the 20th of September
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just in time for the Manchester local lockdowns
Don’t forget to pack your boob tube , stiletto heels and glitter spray if you are staying in the Newcastle one , for that essential trip to the Bigg market ,especially in winter at minus 15c... and if you are female similar attire is mandatory.
They have housed the homeless in there hotels during the Pandemic. Alongside paying guests. They deserve our support. However Bangor on
Tuesday where I want to be is £64 what a rip.😁
Edited by: "ciarandanielbyrne1" 31st Jul
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After the recent Travelodge news, I would just err on the side of caution. Mainly because I don’t know what my rights would be if the hotel didn’t exist anymore...
just in time for the Manchester local lockdowns
kobrakaan131/07/2020 06:41

just in time for the Manchester local lockdowns



Yeah they I’m sure that will now make many people cautious about booking anything at the moment. They do have dates up to December but definitely a lot of uncertainty.
jchung0731/07/2020 06:22

After the recent Travelodge news, I would just err on the side of caution. …After the recent Travelodge news, I would just err on the side of caution. Mainly because I don’t know what my rights would be if the hotel didn’t exist anymore...


Is it this you are referring too

“Landlords desert Travelodge to set up rival operator”


google.co.uk/amp…ttM
‘Refreshed’ mattresses, cold
They have housed the homeless in there hotels during the Pandemic. Alongside paying guests. They deserve our support. However Bangor on
Tuesday where I want to be is £64 what a rip.😁
Edited by: "ciarandanielbyrne1" 31st Jul
ciarandanielbyrne131/07/2020 07:59

They have housed the homeless in there hotels during the Pandemic. …They have housed the homeless in there hotels during the Pandemic. Alongside paying guests. They deserve our support. However Bangor on Tuesday where I want to be is £64 what a rip.😁


Oh that's a shame
Note that restaurants are all closed. They offer 'breakfast in a box' instead which is not worth the money.
How much is breakfast? I like breakfast in hotels. I sleep there, feed me
Don’t forget to pack your boob tube , stiletto heels and glitter spray if you are staying in the Newcastle one , for that essential trip to the Bigg market ,especially in winter at minus 15c... and if you are female similar attire is mandatory.
Recently stayed in a travel lodge and the deep clean is rubbish ! We had to go and buy antibacterial wipes because the switches ect where black with dirt .

Still thinking about sending the an email
Of complaint
myusernamehasgone23431/07/2020 07:15

Is it this you are referring too“Landlords desert Travelodge to set up r …Is it this you are referring too“Landlords desert Travelodge to set up rival operator”https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.cityam.com/landlords-desert-travelodge-to-set-up-rival-operator/amp/%3ffbclid=IwAR26pST3uqvVNj91n1ZbGC1TPe4U7eeFfQnY_CSBecCiVgzL4PNg72kzttM


I haven’t read that article but if it’s about c400landlords moving to IBIS and another c100 landlords setting up their own chain... then yes
It's important to check their list of hotels currently open ss over 100 are still closed due to their phased reopening programme, yet their web site allows customers to make bookings at any of their hotels for immediate stays. Their Twitter and Facebook pages are awash with comments from customers asking if their chosen hotel will be open in time for their stay. Travelodge staff have responded to some of these queries by telling customers that they will be notified nearer their stay date if the hotel remains closed. It common sense had prevailed, Travelodge should have prevented customers from making reservations at any of their hotels that had delayed opening dates.
Balthasar31/07/2020 16:12

It's important to check their list of hotels currently open ss over 100 …It's important to check their list of hotels currently open ss over 100 are still closed due to their phased reopening programme, yet their web site allows customers to make bookings at any of their hotels for immediate stays. Their Twitter and Facebook pages are awash with comments from customers asking if their chosen hotel will be open in time for their stay. Travelodge staff have responded to some of these queries by telling customers that they will be notified nearer their stay date if the hotel remains closed. It common sense had prevailed, Travelodge should have prevented customers from making reservations at any of their hotels that had delayed opening dates.


Thanks for the heads up about that.
According to the Travelodge website, as of this moment, 418 out of 570 of their hotels are open. That leaves 152 that remain closed. Hotels that reopen are added to their open list on a daily basis, but theres no way of seeing when a hotel that is not currently on the open list will be reopening. Travelodge will have drawn up a schedule to reopen their hotels, so they will certainly have known when hotels are being reopened. They should have made customers aware of reopening dates of closed hotels so they could have planned accordingly.
jchung0731/07/2020 12:48

I haven’t read that article but if it’s about c400landlords moving to IBIS …I haven’t read that article but if it’s about c400landlords moving to IBIS and another c100 landlords setting up their own chain... then yes


All that effort by greedy landlords. They should shoulder some of the cost like everyone else.

Should be illegal to charge full rent when there’s restrictions on movement.
Don't turn up mid evening expecting a room that you have paid for. They routinely overbook their hotels expecting some not to turn up. I turned up late at 9pm one Monday in December last year to be told that the hotel was full but a room was available because a couple left almost immediately due to a family emergency. More like they saw the state of Barton Mills. Dingy, mattress knackered. Horrible, lucky only a one night stay. Complained to head office and was fobbed off with breakfast in a box. AVOID.
stuartc7311/08/2020 15:37

Don't turn up mid evening expecting a room that you have paid for. They …Don't turn up mid evening expecting a room that you have paid for. They routinely overbook their hotels expecting some not to turn up. I turned up late at 9pm one Monday in December last year to be told that the hotel was full but a room was available because a couple left almost immediately due to a family emergency. More like they saw the state of Barton Mills. Dingy, mattress knackered. Horrible, lucky only a one night stay. Complained to head office and was fobbed off with breakfast in a box. AVOID.


I've stayed in more Travelodges than I care to remember, literally hundreds of nights and this has never happened once to me - and I've arrived at all times of day and night. I know it can happen, and it sounds like you were unlucky more than anything else. It's certainly not a regular occurrence.

And if there is any worry that might happen, you can always ring them and confirm you'll definitely be there with a rough time. Works a treat on the very odd occasion I wasn't going to arrive til the small hours of the morning.
mstuey11/08/2020 16:43

I've stayed in more Travelodges than I care to remember, literally …I've stayed in more Travelodges than I care to remember, literally hundreds of nights and this has never happened once to me - and I've arrived at all times of day and night. I know it can happen, and it sounds like you were unlucky more than anything else. It's certainly not a regular occurrence. And if there is any worry that might happen, you can always ring them and confirm you'll definitely be there with a rough time. Works a treat on the very odd occasion I wasn't going to arrive til the small hours of the morning.


Agree it's always worth a quick call ahead I think to advice of a late check in.
They over book even though you have to pay in advance?
miaas11/08/2020 17:46

They over book even though you have to pay in advance?


I don’t see how they could over book as how you know if people will not turn up and you’d end up with loads of disappointed customers.
Webcon1911/08/2020 14:19

All that effort by greedy landlords. They should shoulder some of the cost …All that effort by greedy landlords. They should shoulder some of the cost like everyone else. Should be illegal to charge full rent when there’s restrictions on movement.


Lol... I suppose the banks should shoulder the costs, if they couldn’t afford to pay their loans... but what if more suffer, does the gov shoulder the bank?
ashmac31/07/2020 10:42

Recently stayed in a travel lodge and the deep clean is rubbish ! We had …Recently stayed in a travel lodge and the deep clean is rubbish ! We had to go and buy antibacterial wipes because the switches ect where black with dirt .Still thinking about sending the an emailOf complaint


My experience with this chain as well.
They would not know how to spell deep clean let alone carry it out & unlike Premier I think its the reception staff that do all of the changovers.
Had to leave the Dartford one & book into the nearest Premier as it was that bad.
kobrakaan131/07/2020 06:41

just in time for the Manchester local lockdowns


Absolutely crazy that people would even consider it.
Webcon1911/08/2020 14:19

All that effort by greedy landlords. They should shoulder some of the cost …All that effort by greedy landlords. They should shoulder some of the cost like everyone else. Should be illegal to charge full rent when there’s restrictions on movement.


Actually, according to articles in the financial press, Travelodge were trying to negotiate large rent reductions for the next few years. They have lots of small landlords.
It's only fair that the landlords investigate renting the premises to other hotel companies, if they are threatened with rent cuts.
Stayed in the Southampton one at the weekend 2 nights for 25 quid everything was clean and lots of shops and pubs near by so a bargain really
zocom11/08/2020 19:47

Stayed in the Southampton one at the weekend 2 nights for 25 quid …Stayed in the Southampton one at the weekend 2 nights for 25 quid everything was clean and lots of shops and pubs near by so a bargain really


Thanks for sharing a positive experience
Simple rule you pay cheap you expect cheap. Yeah if you paid 60 per night(who on earth would for a travelodge unless it's in London) you would expect better. Go with premier Inn or ibis. Or try and find an offer. Plus use comparison sites too.
Manchester and Birmingham have huge covid outbreaks. No thanks
ashmac31/07/2020 10:42

Recently stayed in a travel lodge and the deep clean is rubbish ! We had …Recently stayed in a travel lodge and the deep clean is rubbish ! We had to go and buy antibacterial wipes because the switches ect where black with dirt .Still thinking about sending the an emailOf complaint


Deep cleaning end to end is never going to be possible unless for a 100 £ room, the hotels are happy to spend 1000 £'s for managing / cleaning.
jaizan11/08/2020 18:49

Actually, according to articles in the financial press, Travelodge were …Actually, according to articles in the financial press, Travelodge were trying to negotiate large rent reductions for the next few years. They have lots of small landlords. It's only fair that the landlords investigate renting the premises to other hotel companies, if they are threatened with rent cuts.


Not sure about fair. A lot of landlords have monopolised areas, they aren’t poor, and have shouldered no costs, and have the deepest pockets. They also contribute little to society. Large landlords should be taxed out of existence in my opinion.
Thank god no Nottingham... Youd have to pay me to go there again, no windows! In this heat! No Aircon!
Pay more go somewhere else
miaas11/08/2020 17:46

They over book even though you have to pay in advance?


They do, because some people book months in advance on a non refundable saver rate - if they can't then make the date later, you can't get a refund so Travelodge (and other hotels) factor in a small amount of no show ups every night and then overbook accordingly. Like I said earlier, I've never been bumped myself but a short 30 sec phone call on the day is all it takes to make sure they know you're coming.
mstuey13/08/2020 06:36

They do, because some people book months in advance on a non refundable …They do, because some people book months in advance on a non refundable saver rate - if they can't then make the date later, you can't get a refund so Travelodge (and other hotels) factor in a small amount of no show ups every night and then overbook accordingly. Like I said earlier, I've never been bumped myself but a short 30 sec phone call on the day is all it takes to make sure they know you're coming.


So every night in all their hotels they risk a potentially angry customer arriving who doesn’t have a room because they gave it away or never had one for them in first place.

Thats shocking
myusernamehasgone23413/08/2020 06:40

So every night in all their hotels they risk a potentially angry customer …So every night in all their hotels they risk a potentially angry customer arriving who doesn’t have a room because they gave it away or never had one for them in first place.Thats shocking


Well, basically yes. At their price point it doesn't make business sense to have rooms idle when you know a percentage simply just don't turn up. They will always have a room for you, it just might be somewhere else and any transfer cost (ie taxi) is at their cost.

However, I don't want to sensationalise it - as I say in the last 8yrs I've stayed in hundreds of Travelodge rooms (probably around 500 nights worth) and it's never happened once to me. Statistically the chances of it actually happening must be incredibly low.
Edited by: "mstuey" 13th Aug
I stayed in the Borehamwood one last week, was honestly one of the grottiest hotels I've ever stayed in (and I wasn't expecting much). Premier Inn put them to shame in terms of general cleanliness and hygiene, especially in these post-Covid times.
Or if you fancy some sea air tomorrow night.

Paignton Devon £117.99
Blackpool £ 129.99
Bournemouth £139.99

Supply and demand is the answer of course. Stay a few miles out and get a bus or taxi to avoid parking.
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