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Travelodge Heathrow Central
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      Reviewed 24 July 2014

      Stayed at this hotel for 1 night whilst in the area, booked it due to great price on offer compared to other hotels in the area. Looks like it has been recently refurbished, very clean. On check-in asked the friendly receptionist for room overlooking the airport which was granted. Great views from the 6th floor room looking towards one of the runways. Rooms are very basic, comfy beds, 2 pillows each bed, shower room adequate, kettle, tea/coffee provided, TV but not much else, but for 1 or 2 nights who's grumbling, not me had a very good nights sleep. Paid for the breakfast on-line when reserving the room, good value. Cereals, toast, cooked breakfast with bacon, sausages, beans, scrambled eggs and tomatoes on offer on buffet style. 5 mins away from Heathrow Airport. Car parking £7.50 per 24hrs, plenty of spaces available when there. A few fast food places nearby and a pub a few minutes walk away. Certainly will be looking to stay here again when in the area.

      • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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      1  Thank Chris905
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      Reviewed 21 July 2014

      I stayed here for 3 nights with my 3 children in a family room. They had made up 2 single beds beside the double and although the space was limited there was still enough to get around and have our clothes, cases etc. The room was clean and tidy, as was the bathroom. The rooms also have air con which was handy as it was really hot when we went (July 18-21). Although the hotel in on the Heathrow flight path, we didn't hear any noise from outside. They cleaned the room each day leaving it lovely, although they did forget to put in more towels on the second day - I just asked reception for more and got them immediately (Reception staff were great). We had breakfast each day and it was great. We used this hotel as a base to go in and out of London sightseeing. You could get a bus from just outside the hotel to the nearest underground (Hounslow West) and back. Take bus number H98, 222 or 81. We got our all day tube ticket from Hounslow West for each day so we didn't have to go back each day for it and it allowed us to use the bus. It took approx 30-40 mins to get into central London on the Piccadilly line. I wold recommend this hotel, especially if you book well in advance - cost us £130 for 3 nights for 2 adults/2 children with breakfast included. Bear in mind that parking is an extra £7.50 for 24 hours. The only issue we had is that it is only serviced by 2 lifts which are really slow and well used.

      Room Tip: Our room was 263, quite far from lifts so maybe not the best if you have lots of luggage.
      • Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
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      1  Thank BC_and_LR
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      Reviewed 21 July 2014

      Stayed here on a Sunday night after attending wireless festival as I was working in the local area so wanted to wake up a bit later after a late night.
      Was a little disappointed when I turned up at 1pm to be told I could not check in until 3pm without paying an extra £10! The room was available already so found this very cheeky. I didn't pay out of pure principle.
      Also a little annoyed it costs £7.50 to park on site even though I couldn't see why anybody outside of not staying at the hotel would want to park there, seems a bit too far from any station, underground and the airport to make it worthwhile. Perhaps they would have discounted rates for those who stay at the hotel?
      The check in and check out was super quick which is always great, the room itself was very clean and comfy with a good nights sleep, surprising given the air planes landing path goes straight over the hotel!
      It was good value considering it was a Sunday night at around £40 but weekdays where its more towards £70+ I would start questioning my decision.

      • Stayed: July 2014, travelled solo
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      Thank Mal D
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      Reviewed 20 July 2014

      We stayed here for 2 nights and thought the staff were really friendly and helpful. The hotel has been modernised and is very clean and tidy.

      We had a drink in the bar both evenings, where we found a bottle of wine for about £11 to be very reasonable and drinkable! We didn't eat in the restaurant as we were meeting family elsewhere, but the menu looked ok and reasonably priced too.

      We did have breakfast both mornings, which was ample for us, cereals, yoghurt , fruit, toast, scrambled eggs, sausages, bacon etc., but my only negative, would be that you had to go to reception first to pay for it if you hadn't pre ordered, which would have been fine, except there was only one person on the desk, trying to deal with people checking in, checking out and providing breakfast.

      A suggestion might be to try and add it to the automatic check in machines, as an added option?

      Otherwise. Thank you for a pleasant 2 night stay.

      Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
      1  Thank boopsyEastSussex
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      Reviewed 19 July 2014

      You basically use a Travelodge as a cheap place to sleep, without expecting too much in the way of style or furniture. If you want a little more of the creature comforts, then pay more and book a room at a Premier. The cost of the rooms was very good ( 3 night stay was cheaper than 1 night at the Euston Travelodge). Getting in to London takes about an hour, with a fifteen minute walk to the tube station followed by 45 mins on the train into the centre. The room was very clean and furnished sparsely in the style of a minimum security prison, with no luxuries like 'draws or cupboards' to worry about. The sound insulation in the building is excellent, and we never were disturbed by the planes flying overhead. The fact you cant open any windows might alarm some people, but the air con was very good and worked perfectly. The full length mirror had disappeared off the wall and the lighting behind the headboard didn't work. Both faults were reported to reception and three days later, they were still not fixed. Like all Travelodge's, this one gives you the impression that they are a few members of staff short. Example. The woman on reception took our complaint about the faults in the room, and we then went to the bar, where we waited about two or three minutes as no one seemed to be serving, only to be served by the woman we had spoken to on reception ! It might be a bit comical, and it might annoy some people, but you do get what you pay for at a Travelodge.

      • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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      Thank Mike H
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