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Zip Hotel Cardiff (by Premier Inn) from £18.50 per night (Including Free Wifi)
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Zip Hotel Cardiff (by Premier Inn) from £18.50 per night (Including Free Wifi)

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Zip Hotel Cardiff (by Premier Inn) from £18.50 per night (Including Free Wifi)
Posted 25th Jun

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Excellent price for an overnight stay in Cardiff. The £18.50 headline price is available on most Monday, Thursday, Friday & Sunday nights throughout late July and August (example dates are provided below). Most other days are £22 which also feels like a decent price. Just bare in mind when booking that these rooms are slightly smaller than the average hotel room (which is reflected in the price), although the room should be more than sufficient for a short stay.

Some example dates:
Mon 27th July
Thus 30th July
Thurs 13th August
Fri 14th August
Mon 17th August
Thurs 20th August

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How much sound proofing is there is in these places? Not much point having a cheap hotel room if you can't sleep because the moron in the next room has their TV on full volume until 3 in the morning (which was an experience in a Travel Lodge).
steve122125/06/2020 08:50

How much sound proofing is there is in these places? Not much point …How much sound proofing is there is in these places? Not much point having a cheap hotel room if you can't sleep because the moron in the next room has their TV on full volume until 3 in the morning (which was an experience in a Travel Lodge).


These are aimed at people who want to go on the lash in Cardiff and need somewhere to crash as it’s a nightmare trying to get a train home. Nobody cares about neighbouring noise after 12 pints when they essentially just pass out.
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I stayed here whilst visiting friends a year ago.

Some rooms have no window, which is a little strange. The toilet and shower cubicles where also interesting but for under £30, it’s a bargain.
How much sound proofing is there is in these places? Not much point having a cheap hotel room if you can't sleep because the moron in the next room has their TV on full volume until 3 in the morning (which was an experience in a Travel Lodge).
Looks like a small caravan or a room on a boat. A bit disappointing they have proper sized windows on the outside and caravan slots for windows in the room. I couldn't stay there, it would feel a little restrictive. Being claustrophobic that would be a no no...


Heat for the price though.
steve122125/06/2020 08:50

How much sound proofing is there is in these places? Not much point …How much sound proofing is there is in these places? Not much point having a cheap hotel room if you can't sleep because the moron in the next room has their TV on full volume until 3 in the morning (which was an experience in a Travel Lodge).


I've never experienced that, as I'll knock on the door and ask them to turn it down. If no response I'll get on to reception, they can then sort it out.
Great hotel, free parking and I had a really good night sleep.
Looks comparable to a ferry standard cabin.
reminds me of those japanese capsule hotels, except this has more space lol
Edited by: "Tesco_Donkey_Balls" 25th Jun
steve122125/06/2020 08:50

How much sound proofing is there is in these places? Not much point …How much sound proofing is there is in these places? Not much point having a cheap hotel room if you can't sleep because the moron in the next room has their TV on full volume until 3 in the morning (which was an experience in a Travel Lodge).


These are aimed at people who want to go on the lash in Cardiff and need somewhere to crash as it’s a nightmare trying to get a train home. Nobody cares about neighbouring noise after 12 pints when they essentially just pass out.
I’ve stayed here it’s brilliant for the price, although I don’t believe this is an offer price, it’s regularly around £18. I stayed on a Friday night last year and paid £17.
steve122125/06/2020 08:50

How much sound proofing is there is in these places? Not much point …How much sound proofing is there is in these places? Not much point having a cheap hotel room if you can't sleep because the moron in the next room has their TV on full volume until 3 in the morning (which was an experience in a Travel Lodge).


Better than the moans you hear whilst staying next to a horny couple making love all night long. With a family that's a sure embarrassment.
Just anyone no if they have Air-con?
My go to hotel when theres any events in Cardiff. The rooms are futuristic and quite roomy for the little space given. The prices at the bar downstairs are very fair and there are a variety of places to eat out on the main road (500 yards away) if opened by then.
peter1969uk25/06/2020 08:53

I've never experienced that, as I'll knock on the door and ask them to …I've never experienced that, as I'll knock on the door and ask them to turn it down. If no response I'll get on to reception, they can then sort it out.



Which is what we did. No answer. Reception knocked, no answer. They then say if the customer won't open the door there's nothing that they can do about it as they won't enter a room uninvited!!!!
Last time we ever stayed at a Travel Lodge...
steve122125/06/2020 16:51

Which is what we did. No answer. Reception knocked, no answer. They then …Which is what we did. No answer. Reception knocked, no answer. They then say if the customer won't open the door there's nothing that they can do about it as they won't enter a room uninvited!!!! Last time we ever stayed at a Travel Lodge...


A story my mum likes to tell.

When we were children we stayed at a travelodge near Gatwick I think it was as we had a very very early flight.

We got there late and on arrival my Dad noticed the TV noise from next door. Anyway he spend all night grumbling and groaning and eventually at about 5am he rang reception. They actually went into the room.

Turns out some clever dick had already checked out earlier that evening and left the TV on full blast.

My dad was fuming as he had spent the last 8 hours moaning how loud the TV was but not actually taking any action lmao.
Edited by: "ses6jwg" 25th Jun
This is a great place to stop on a budget. As said the bar prices are really cheap, I think they were doing a pizza and pint for £5 last year, pint was £3 from memory. They also allow you to bring food in/order a takeaway and eat it in the bar.
crap rooms but good for a day on the booze, somewhere to crash what do you expect for £20
wow .......
Sticky sheets
Good deal for the one night.
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