Travelodge London Covent Garden Reviews
Description:Address: 10 Drury Lane / High Holborn / London / WC2B 5RE / England
Newest Review: ... in the bar. You can book early check in and late check out online in advance if you wish. 3pm came and I took the two booking print outs to a young girl who told me that 4 of the 7 rooms had been cancelled, the 2 bookings were under 2 different names and she had only bothered to read one of the pieces of paper. She then handed me the key cards without another word and off we went. THE ROOMS I ... more
Customer Travelodge London Covent Garden Reviews (13)
by - written on 07/11/12 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I stayed in this Travel Lodge last weekend for 2 nights, a double room for the Friday and Saturday night costing around £70 per night. We had a large group so it seemed one of the only options with the availability we needed at a reasonable price for the area. The average price for this hotel seems to be nearer £100 per night. LOCATION 10 Drury Lane High Holborn London WC2B 5RE The hotel is a couple of minutes walk of either Covent Garden, Holborn or Tottenham Court Road underground station. Also within a few minutes walk are the busy areas of Oxford Street and Leicester Square. If you are driving the hotel charges £18 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Travelodge London Covent Garden is really a difficult place to review. On one hand it is a Travelodge and you should know what to expect when you book in there but on the other hand, this place isn't even that cheap at busy times. I stayed there at the end of May during pretty major looking building work, however apart from looking unsightly, it wasn't an issue as we stayed on a Saturday night and no work was being done there. We ended up at the Travelodge as we left it late and couldn't get a room anywhere local for less than £300 and this place was 'only' £160 for a double room including breakfast. The staff were helpful but in a vaguely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/10 (Very useful, 128 readings)
This is a review of the hotel we stayed in for two nights whilst we stayed in London. Location wise, it was easy to find and we paid around £120 (with a bit of cash back) for two nights, breakfast and a late checkout (2pm) on our last day to save lugging the bags around London. **Checking in** when we arrived we had to queue for around 15 minutes to check ina nd get the room key. Once that was done, we found we were in the main building (some rooms are round the corner) and so went up in the lift to the fifth floor. **The room** The room was clean and not too small, with a double bed that was on wheels so travelled a bit(!) and was soft ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/10 (Very useful, 569 readings)
After a recent weekend trip to London I decided to write about my experience of a stay in Covent Garden's Travel Lodge. We got a great deal for booking the rooms online, £19 a night. The hotel is approximately five minutes walk from Covent Garden tube station and it situated on the outskirts of Covent Garden. As we saw the big Travel Lodge sign we headed towards the reception area. The receptionist was helpful and although we arrived at the hotel a couple of hours before we were allowed to check in at 3pm, we were offered one of the two rooms we had booked to store our bags in for a £10 early fee. As there were 5 of us this only meant £2 each so we took them up on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/09, updated on 05/09/09 (Very useful, 160 readings)
I stayed in the Covent Garden Travel lodge mid-week in a double room, costing me £80 for a two night stay, (£40 each night including breakfast) though i booked last minute so it may be possible to book cheaper. My first impression of the travel lodge was it was pretty big and needed a lick of paint on the outside! However when entering reception/main lobby it is very modern and sparkling clean! Checking in was simple, the staff were very friendly and full of usful information about the hotel and about London itself. They couldnt do enough for us and were very easy to approach when we needed directions to the Hard Rock cafe one ... Read the complete review
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