Travelodge (Birmingham Central) Reviews
Description:Address: Broadway Plaza / 220 Ladywood Middleway / Birmingham / B16 8LP / The hotel is located within a leisure ... more
Newest Review: ... night to book a room and are typically around £10 more expensive than any other night of the week. Booking a room at quite short notice a week in advance for this hotel you are looking to pay around £35-£45 for a double room and maybe £50 for a family room. On both occasions we have booked a room when there has been a special offer running and we have booked at least a month in advance. ... more
Customer Travelodge (Birmingham Central) Reviews (5)
by - written on 23/09/11, updated on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
If you have read any of my travel reviews you may have noticed I like to stay in "nicer" hotels and Mr Lools and I tend to choose a 4 or 5* hotel when it comes to city breaks as a couple, mainly as we dine and spend more time in the hotel. When we go for city breaks or weekends away with a group of friends we tend to be a lot less fussy and look for more basic accommodation that is cheaper and very central as we usually spend time enjoying the nightlife. We have visited Birmingham a number of times over the last few years and have stayed at the Birmingham Central Travelodge. ***The Hotel*** The Birmingham Central Travelodge is located ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/10, updated on 05/06/11 (Very useful, 151 readings)
I stayed at the Birmingham Travelodge this December just for one night as I was going to a concert at the NEC and thought it would be nice to go to some pubs/clubs afterwards. I booked threw www.lastminute.com at a price of just £22 for a two person room for one night. Prices will vary depending on how many stay, when and where you book and how far in advance. The hotel is situated in central Birmingham on Broad street and it is right on the street! It is a large high rise building and is easily visible by its Travelodge sign on the side of the building as you drive towards it. PARKING There is no parking with this hotel and they do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/10 (Very useful, 9 readings)
Travelodge Birmingham Central is a perfect location, situated in the middle of Broad Street (Birmingham's main nightlife) it is great for a night out or for business needs. As you can expect from any City is it in a noisey area, however I found that in the hotel you could not hear any of the outside noise at all. Due to its location its perfect for a night out, and very easy to stumble home. The location is also great if you are visting the NIA or Hippodrome, and also great for business customers. As with all Travelodge's they are basic standard hotels, and depending on what kind of thing you are looking for depends on how satisfied you will be with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
A few months ago my company sent me on some training in Birmingham and placed me in this hotel. It's cheap and cheerful with the bear necessities to hand. There's no restaurant and any snacks you need are in vending Machines which also sell toothpase and disposable razors. I've never been used to somewhere to stay like this and I can see the upsides and downsides for both. This hotel is placed in a fantastic location. It's situated just off of Broad Street which is right in the heart of the city centre and the main street for social activities in Birmingham. For convenience you can't really find a fault. I travelled by train and it's a short walk from ... Read the complete review
by tj - written on 19/04/09
I stayed at your travelodge Birmingham Central Broadway Plaza on the 10th and 12th of April 2009During both nights I was constantly woken by loud music, doors banging and people shouting, this went on untill 5am.On the nights I stayed this travelodge was more akin to a youth hostel with a rave party .
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