Travelodge Docklands Hotel Reviews
Description:Travelodge London Docklands Hotel / Coriander Avenue / Off East India Dock Road / London E14 2AA / Tel: 0870 191 1691 / ... more
Travelodge Docklands Hotel ... Fax: 0207 515 9178 / Located outside the London Congestion Zone, off the A13 at the East India Dock Road, 1 mile from Canary Warf, the Excel congress centre and 4 miles from central London including shopping restaurants tourist attractions. The nearest underground station is Canning Town. The Travelodge Docklands Hotel is a modern style construction that consists of comfortable standard accommodation equipped with up to date facilities. You can enjoy drinks and snacks at the bar cafe on premises, ideal for a relaxing break. For your dining experience there are a variety of restaurants in the vicinity.
Newest Review: ... online and got a rate of £55.70 for the first night and £99.50 for the second night. Breakfast was extra - as is usual with Travelodges. It is easy to get to by tube - the nearest station is East India on the DLR. You have to go over the footbridge over the A1261 though - don't make the mistake of going down the steps first! It's then a short walk of just a couple of minutes pretty much ... more
Customer Travelodge Docklands Hotel Reviews (6)
by - written on 22/09/11, updated on 22/09/11 (Useful, 51 readings)
We stayed at Travelodge Docklands in April when I was running the London Marathon. I chose this hotel because it was one of the cheapest in London and was fairly close to Greenwich, with good tube links. However, although it was the cheapest, it wasn't cheap compared to other Travelodges - probably because it was the Marathon weekend and everywhere hitched up their prices. I booked online and got a rate of £55.70 for the first night and £99.50 for the second night. Breakfast was extra - as is usual with Travelodges. It is easy to get to by tube - the nearest station is East India on the DLR. You have to go over the footbridge over the A1261 though - don't make ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/11, updated on 25/05/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
On our way back from holiday on the Norfolk Broads, we broke up the journey with an overnight stay at the London Docklands Travelodge. We booked online a week or so beforehand. It was a struggle to use their newer website (possibly my security settings or Firefox arguing with it), but I entered our card details so many times I was quite frightened! Eventually we had the good sense to try their old website, to which they have a link on their front page. This version of the site was a breeze to use and the booking went through first time. We paid 15p extra to have the booking confirmed by text, and this came through a few minutes after completing the online ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/10, updated on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 289 readings)
We stayed at The Travelodge Docklands Hotel for two nights in August this year. We were looking for a good base from which to explore London, with parking facilities at a reasonable price! No mean feat I can tell you! I had originally discounted the Docklands Travelodge as I feared it may be too far from the centre and booked it as a last resort. We paid £55.00 per night for a family room via the Travelodge website, this was a flexible rate and could be cancelled or amended up until 12.00pm on the day of arrival (you never know when something could go wrong!). There were two adults and one child in my party, the room could however accommodate an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/10 (Very useful, 148 readings)
I went to London this week, as a friend of mine bought me WWE Smackdown tickets for the O2 arena, and as I am unable to drive at the moment, I decided to get the train to London, and stay in a travellodge. I decided to stay at the Docklands as it was near to the Canning Town station - one tube stop away from the O2 - and was a decent price. I booked the room I needed online for £56 nice and easily, and all details I needed were emailed to me. The email explained that the hotel was a 10 minute walk away from Canning Town Station, but it was actually a 5 - 10 minute Taxi ride away, and to walk would be a very confusing thing, it really is not easy to find, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/01/10 (Very useful, 121 readings)
I stayed here on 29 December for a Miley Cyrus concert with my daughter and my partner. I booked this hotel as it seemed to be the closest to the o2 arena. We booked last minute through Travel Republic and got a great deal, £50 for the night including a buffet breakfast. If I'd booked direct with Travelodge it would have cost double, so I was really pleased. I've read a few reviews on other sites regarding this hotel and was a bit aprrehenisve as the reviews were less than favourable. I need not have worried. The hotel was a 10 minute drive from the arena, very easy to get to. We checked into the hotel quite late, it was around midnight, and I ... Read the complete review
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