stayed 22/7/13 for just the one night. I will start with the positives, it is central and the café and bar are in the building just by the reception, breakfast is all you can eat at £7.65 which includes bacon, sausage, beans, scrambled egg, toast, jam, marmalade ect, cereals, muffins, orange juice, apple juice, tea, coffee, café is very nice to eat in. The downside was having a room right opposite the door to the corridor which slammed loudly each time someone came in, room 201.Room was very hot and I had a disturbed nights sleep, but the rooms are okay with tv, shower and bath we only had one bath towel between the 2 of us.Beds are large and comfy, parking is in a shopping area ( Aldi ) car park you must register your car number on arrival.
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- The first budget hotel brand to launch in the UK in 1985, Travelodge now operates over 460 hotels (28, 500 rooms) – eleven in Ireland, three in Spain and the rest in the UK. Travelodge is growing rapidly with plans to operate 70,000 rooms (approximately 1000 hotels) by 2020 and aims to be the biggest hotel operator in London by 2012.Nine million people stayed with Travelodge last year and 87% of reservations are currently made online, where room rates start at £19 a night. Rooms are available to book up to 11 months in advance and the site attracts approx 4 million visitors each month. ... more less
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