Hotels in Essex in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... - quite an unexpected bonus for a hotel which sits right on top of one of the busiest stretches of roads in the world...it's almost impossible to see any tarmac or even glimpse a car. Check-in is 3pm and Travelodge operate a strict policy on this - there's not much chance of getting into a room early. At 3.01pm, I slapped my confirmation on the desk and was swiftly checked in. Travelodge policy is for the customer to pay for the rooms up front when checking in - this facilitates easy departure...and ensures they don't get burned. The reception area in Travelodges is basic, to say the least. There's usually a rack with some tour... more
Customer Hotels in Essex in general Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/03/06, updated on 17/11/13 (Very useful, 216 readings)
When we visited London last year, we thought long and hard about where to stay. In case you didn't know it, London's fairly big. This means that no matter where you stay, it's never going to be convenient for all the things you want to do. With that in mind, we decided to stay outside the city in a hotel that was easy for us to get to, and had good links to the City. We chose Travelodge Thurrock because of those very reasons...that and the fact we got it for 25 quid a night. Using the Travelodge.co.uk website is easy-peasy; you can either click on the map, or enter a town to search the hotel you want. BUT, before you do that, check the little box ... Read the complete review
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|Travelodge Hartlebury (Kidderminster)|
cheap ok location
|Premier Inn (Edinburgh East)|
Clean, comfortable and a lovely adjoining restaurant too
|Hotel George (Whitby)|
Nice staff, earlier check in time, loads of drink stuff and clean towels.
Small rooms, expensive breakfasts, crap view!
|Whitehaven Guest House (Whitby)|
Clean, Cheap, Great Breakfasts, Very welcoming hosts
Parking may be an issue at peak times - this is the case everywhere in Whitby!
|Premier Inn Newcastle Central (Newcastle)|
Good city centre location, dining facilities in situ, comfortable beds
Small rooms, potential for noise at weekends, dinner at restaurant not as good as breakfast
|Mary Arden Inn (Stratford-upon-Avon)|
Beautiful bedrooms, lovely location, very good service, good value for money, good breakfasts .
Feather pillows, no net curtains, not impressed with the restaurant .
|Premier Inn Coventry East (Ansty)|
A little off the beaten track
|The Sidings Hotel (York)|
Unique, value, decor, food, staff, room, cleanliness
The shower almost flooded! :o(
|Bryn Aethwy Guest House (Anglesey, Wales)|
Fantastic value for money Bed and Breakfast.
|Macdonald Craxton Wood Hotel (Chester)|
Rural setting - if that's what you're after
Time warp decor and stifling 'Englishness'