Travelodge in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... style thing aswell in a family room, tea/coffee making facilities, a clean and basic toilet and shower or shower over bath facilities and a usually flat screen TV with freeview. Travelodge is a base hotel I say, nothing else. If you want a hotel where you can have a sit down in reception, pop for a drink in their bar and make the hotel the centre point of your stay this really isn't it. ... more
Customer Travelodge in general Reviews (85)
by David Parry - written on 12/09/13
My wife and I stayed in the Gateshead Travelodge (Whitemare Pool) on Saturday 10 August, 2013 and it was a nightmare. There was a hen-party of fifty women and, for most of the night, until we called the police around 04.30, there was a riot. The police then evicted them, and we got a little rest. The response of Travelodge to my complaint was worthless.The moral of the story is "Be extremely careful booking for a Saturday".Otherwise, we have had good results from the group over many years (except for Tadcaster and Scarborough).
by - written on 09/06/12 (Very useful, 866 readings)
Travelodge hotels certainly dont market themselves on luxury, which is just as well. They market themselves on budget, affordable stays which in my opinion they do very well. I have stayed in more travelodges than I care to remember, and they are not all the same in service, cleanliness, and ammentities offered but they do all follow the same basic design. When you arrive at your travelodge you will be greeted with hopefully a car park. Not all travelodges have a car park though, but there is always one somewhere down the road usually. A travelodge car park can either be free or upto £10 a night, so it's really worth making sure you have some ... Read the complete review
by Magnadoodle - written on 03/02/12
After booking the wrong hotel with Travelodge-there are 3 where I'm living now,I immediately hit the cancell button and didn't realise I couldn't change the hotel after doing that.Travelodge have taken the money £67.15 from my account and informed me I'm not entitled to any refund be it part or full so I have basically paid them for a room I cannot use and which they will then re-sell to another customer making double what the room was offered for.Is this how they get away with charging cheap rates on their rooms?I for one will not be using this chain of hotels again and shall inform anybody I know thinking of using them in the future not to bother!Utterly unbelievable how they are allowed to do this,how do they justify taking your money for a service you can't use?
by dirtybassdj - written on 22/01/12
I stayed with travelodge for New Years Eve in 2011 at the hotel located in Streetly, Birmingham. Having only made the booking a few hours before arrival I found it quick and convenient to reserve my room online via their website. I found the pricing very reasonable considering I was advised that the room was suitable for three people, we actually slept four comfortably and could of easily got someone else in too! It cost me just £39.95 for the room and the booking process was very straight forward via their website. When I arrived at the hotel I was greeted by very helpful staff who swiftly checked my details, gave me our room key and guided us ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/11 (Very useful, 134 readings)
Please note my review is about the travelodge at the M42 services near Tamworth. Recently we decided to take our 2 little girls for a few days away, we decided where to go by what was in the area that we were able to use our Tesco Reward vouchers on and so decided on Tamworth as it was near to Birmingham, Drayton Manor and Cadbury World. I was one of the lucky ones that managed to book a room in the Travelodge sale in June and got three nights for £10 per night plus a £2 booking fee so in all a room for three nights cost us £32 which is less than a room usually costs for one night. It seems that a Sunday night must be their quietest night as you ... Read the complete review
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