Travelodge (Liverpool, Aigburth) Reviews
Description:Address: 531 Aigburth Road / Liverpool / L19 9DN
Newest Review: ... and spotlessly clean. It was also remarkable large - despite containing a king bed, two bedside tables, two chairs, a hanging wardrobe, and a desk and dressing table (complete with a fine sized mirror) there seemed to be a lot of empty space in the room. I was pleased that there were hangers in the wardrobe enabling me to hang my outfit and avoid creases, and was also pleased to note that the ... more
Customer Travelodge (Liverpool, Aigburth) Reviews (1)
by - written on 15/01/14 (Very useful, 35 readings)
In October, we went to a friends wedding in Liverpool, and opted to stay at the Liverpool Aigburth Travelodge, which was just a few minutes fro the church where the service was being held. Reserving a room was easy - we did it months in advance via the Travelodge website, and two nights stay cost us £74 (2 people, sharing a double). We took a train down to Liverpool Lime Street. The hotel is almost 4 miles as the crow flies from the station, and a taxi from station to hotel was surprisingly expensive (around £13) so I would recommend, if you can manage it, getting a bus. There is a regular bus running from the city centre to Aigburth Road every few minutes, ... Read the complete review
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