Guests and tourists visiting London often complain about the high prices of shops, restaurants and hotels in the capital of Great Britain.
Reserving a room in an appropriate location often consists of the budget you wanted to spend on shopping, walking or otherwise. However, not everyone knows that you can make significant savings by choosing cheaper London hotels that still maintain a decent and consistent quality. One such option is Travelodge – a fast growing chain that has hotels dotted all over the city.
We make one thing clear. Travelodge is probably not the best choice if you want luxury. If you like tasteful furniture and can not live without hotel spa, look elsewhere. But if that's not essential and you just want a place to relax your tired head, Travelodge can prove to be your best bet. Staying at Travelodge can help you avoid having to spend the small fortune of your night's stay, which will allow you to reinvest your precious budget instead.
With an increasing number of visitors coming to London for short breaks, unnecessary spending on the hotel itself makes no sense. Being able to spend the day discovering London, it is often time for you to enjoy the luxury of a five-star hotel that you could pay by your nose.
At the same time, the stay at the "basic" hotel can be a great incentive to go in the morning and spend the full day in London – instead of staying in your royal bed and personal whirlpool, which could finally, praise anywhere in the world.
In London, there are 28 Travelodge hotels and more than 4,000 rooms with many new ones that are currently being developed. These locations vary considerably, but all hotels are well connected to the London transport network (pipes, buses, etc.).
In fact, there are several Travelodges in places like Marylebone and Tower Bridge – certainly not cheap places and many other central London hotels will like to charge small wealth just for the area.
But stay on Travelodge instead could save you a lot of money in the room without having to compromise at all on the spot. You'll be exceptionally good at booking Travelodge's regular "sales" when you release a large number of rooms at a pricey price (sometimes less than £ 20 / night and often less than £ 50, which is still a great value).
Some people can say that Travelodge hotels are "no letters"; but London itself is so full of character that you will inevitably have more to remember than you left the hotel. Find out more about affordable London hotels at the London Hotels Insight blog. You will also find head-to-head reviews that offer more cheap London hotels such as Premier Inn, Luna & Simone Hotel (near Victoria), YOTEL and more.