Travelodge (Aberdeen Central) Reviews
Newest Review: ... night and it is clean. We had a family room which has a double bed and a pull out sofa bed (which my friend assures me is comfortable). It also has desk area, a tv and storage area (as well as towels, bedding and linen provided). The bed was very comfortable and I got a good nights sleep. I have never had an issue with any travelodge bed. There were also no issues with the en-suite bathroom. The tv has freeview though don't expect all the channels. It was okay for us as we didn't spend that much time in the room. One issue we did have with the room was the heater. We were quite chilly so tried to warm up the room a little. Now its a big... more
Customer Travelodge (Aberdeen Central) Reviews (3)
by - written on 17/05/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I've stayed at quite a few Travelodges across the country and while it is largely the same across the board this review does have a focus on the Aberdeen Central hotel of this chain. As with most of my reasons for staying at Travelodges, it was for a gig, the rooms are generally good quality and cheap. -- Location -- The hotel is situated very centrally in Aberdeen and from the train station, it takes about five to ten minutes to walk it. It is very easy to find (even for me who could get lost in her own home). As well as being near to the train station you have shops at your door step, places to eat and great transport links to throughout the city ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I stayed at this hotel with my boyfriend and his brothers for two nights in October for a family visit. The hotel was chosen and booked for us by my boyfriends Dad who knows the area better than us. I am not sure of the exact price, but I believe it cost around £50 a night for each room. We had two rooms, a double for myself and my boyfriend, and a family room for his two brothers. Before our visit I did something I shouldn't, I looked the hotel up on Trip Advisor. The reviews of this hotel on tripadvisor are awful. I wasn't too worried, we were literally just using this hotel to sleep in and get showers, we would be spending very little time there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/08, updated on 18/11/08 (Very useful, 117 readings)
*** Travelodge Aberdeen Central*** I picked this hotel because of the great location. **Location/Getting there** The hotel is on one of the main shopping streets in Aberdeen and a shopping centre is part of the same building.It is about a 10 minute walk away from the bus station so it is a good hotel to stay in if you want the centre of Aberdeen. **Reception/staff** The reception area is not on the ground floor so you have to go up stairs to get to it.Checking in is very easy , you can pay in advance when you book the hotel room or on the day.Checking in took about five minutes and there was no waiting to be served.I think that there ... Read the complete review
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