Whatever, you petty little man. I'm trying to help folk with some info and you're you being a jerk, so we can call this conversation over now as you have nothing positive to add to the discussion.
He didn't say everyone make note you'll have to pay it, it was meant in the way of if you'd do this and take a car just remember to look into the parking costs. Stop being so argumentative and appreciate that someone was trying to help with an additional consideration.
You did say it outright. Also: "The reason I mentioned it" "I'd taken a similar deal" "would have been cheaper if I'd booked another hotel that included parking" It's all about your personal decision to take a car with you. It's not a cost that everybody should "remember to factor in".
I was implying no such thing. You may have taken it that way, but that's your problem. If I'd said that you had to pay then I'd have said it outright. The phrase "remember to factor in" seems pretty self-explanatory. It would make no sense to pay extra if you're not bringing car with you. The reason why I mentioned it in the first place was that I'd taken a similar deal a year or two ago and ended up paying over the odds for parking. I would have been cheaper if I'd booked another hotel that included parking, or at least pre-booked the parking to make it a bit cheaper
Your post stated: "Also remember to factor in £20 per day parking at NCP, if parking isn't included in this deal, which I don't think it is." The post is about paying Travelodge for two nights in a hotel. You're implying that it actually costs £40 more than the OP has suggested, when actually what you mean is that it will cost you £40 more because you will want to take a car.