Can you just walk into a Travelodge?
9. You must be able to show photo identification (a driver’s licence, passport or national ID card) and a valid credit or debit card if you are paying by cash for a pay on arrival or walk-in booking at a Travelodge hotel.
Are Travelodge in trouble?
Travelodge has announced that 578 of its network of hotels have agreed to continue operating as part of the hotel group following its insolvency earlier this year. The group says this accounts for more than 98 per cent of its 2019 UK hotel earnings.
What happened to Travelodge?
Converted to a Thriftlodge in 2007, closed and demolished around 2017-2018. The Travelodge moved to building right next to the former Thriftlodge, that Travelodge was closed and demolished around 2018-2019.
Do Travelodge clean rooms?
How often will my room be cleaned? To minimise contact with rooms our housekeeping teams will not enter your bedroom during your stay. If you require additional tea and coffee or towels during your stay, please ask a member of our team who will be happy to help.
Is there a fridge in Travelodge rooms?
Your rooms do not have fridges, but some travelodges will store medicine in a fridge for their customers.
Can a 16 year old stay in a hotel alone UK?
“Children under 16 are not permitted to stay in a Premier Inn hotel unless a parent or guardian is also staying in the hotel.” If there is damage to the room a person under 18 can not be held legally responsible. If anything happens to a person under 18 the hotel would be responsible and subject to prosecution.
Do Travelodge rooms have kettles?
All rooms come with complimentary tea and coffee making facilities including mugs, water cups, a kettle, Barista’s choice coffee, decaffeinated coffee sachets, as well as Typhoo tea bags, milk, sugar and sweeteners.
Who owns Travelodge hotels?
Avenue Capital GroupFull Moon Holdco 7 LimitedGoldenTree Asset Management, LP
Travelodge UK/Parent organizations
Are Travelodge and Premier Inn the same company?
The company was established by Whitbread as Travel Inn in 1987, to compete with Travelodge. Whitbread bought Premier Lodge in 2004 and merged it with Travel Inn to form the current business under the name “Premier Travel Inn”, which was then shortened to “Premier Inn” in 2007.
What does the Travelodge logo mean?
a person sleeping under a duvet
The video (below) reveals that, rather than mountains and a sunset as many believe, the Travelodge logo in fact depicts a person sleeping under a duvet.
Can you drink water in Travelodge?
Are there food and drink facilities? All rooms come with complimentary tea and coffee making facilities including mugs, water cups, a kettle, Barista’s choice coffee, decaffeinated coffee sachets, as well as Typhoo tea bags, milk, sugar and sweeteners.