Travelodge London Euston Reviews
Newest Review: ... Travelodge is usually my first port of call. You can often get good deals if you book in advance, however with this hotel I have usually paid around £80 per night. The reason I choose this hotel is that it is literally right next to Euston train station and as I am travelling from Manchester my train lands there. You walk out of Euston and can pop by Marks and Spencer, down some steps, cross the road and there is your hotel. It is new looking, modern and clean. As you walk in you are faced with the reception desk, and staff have always been helpful here. There are lifts to get you to your rooms, vending machines and access to wifi.... more
Customer Travelodge London Euston Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/06/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I have stayed at the London Euston Travelodge on two separate occasions now and on both times I have been thoroughly impressed. What can I say... I love London. I first visited London in February 2008 for a girly few nights away and fell in love with the place. I went back in February 2009 and at various points over the summer as I was then seeing someone from Essex. I went again for my 30th birthday this April and am going again in a few weeks! When I do go to London Travelodge is usually my first port of call. You can often get good deals if you book in advance, however with this hotel I have usually paid around £80 per night. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/09 (Very useful, 285 readings)
Travelodge London Euston I went to London on Bank Holiday Monday for a few days and stopped for a few nights and we picked the Euston Travelodge for a few reasons. Firstly it is cheap for London, secondly it was located in the right place and thirdly you know what you are getting with travel lodge. **Where is it?** I have been here a few times now when I have been down to London with work/leisure and find it easy to get to. The reason we picked Euston's Travelodge is because we came from the north! Well the north west and all trains from there come in to Euston so this means when you arrive late evening you don't have to go far to ... Read the complete review
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