Hotel Travelodge (London-Fulham) Reviews
Newest Review: ... She also failed to inform either me or the lady waiting in front of me in the queue of our room numbers. I found it weird something as fundamental as this could be forgotten twice in a row by her. There is a locked door which leads from reception to the corridor which takes you to hotel rooms and this can only be opened with your room keycard. ~~The Room~~ As this is a new Travelodge the rooms were basic current Travelodge style. I had booked a family room so there was a bed, an unmade sofa bed, a wooden desk with tea and coffee making facilities, LCD TV mounted to the wall and a tiny "wardrobe" area which consisted of an... more
Customer Hotel Travelodge (London-Fulham) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 405 readings)
On my latest trip to London I was recommended this Travelodge by my sister - it had just opened when she stayed in June 2009 and she was impressed enough to suggest it to me. The location was good too as my brother in law and his family live in Fulham so it meant instead of a tube trip to see them, it was just a short walk instead. So when there was a Travelodge sale which covered my daughter's October half-term break, I got up early and snapped up 4 nights in Fulham for the quite simply brilliant price of £19 per night. ~~Location~~ The hotel is located on the North End Road in Fulham, about a ten minute walk from Fulham Broadway tube station, ... Read the complete review
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