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Review: Travel Lodge in London

Are you thinking of travelling to London for a holiday or for business trip? In any case, if you are searching for quality budget hotels in London, UK, consider staying at one of the London Travel Lodge hotels. Read the following article and find out all the interesting facts that you need to know about London Travel Lodge hotels.

Staying at London Travel Lodge hotels

If you are visiting London, you have a lot of Travel Lodge options. You can select the Travel Lodge hotel that better suits your needs, between the twenty five Travel Lodge hotels, namely the London Aldgate East, the London Bank, the London Barking, the London Battersea, the London City Airport Hotel, the London City Road, the London Covent Garden, the London Docklands, the London Ealing, the London Edmonton, the London Euston, the London Farringdon, the London Fulham, the London Ilford, the London Ilford Gants Hill, the London Kew Bridge, the London Kings Cross, the London Kings Cross Royal Scot, the London Liverpool Street, the London Marylebone, the London Park Royal, the London Southwark, the London Tower Bridge, the London Waterloo and finally, the London Whetstone Travel Lodge hotel.

Guest rooms

In all London Travel Lodge Guest Rooms, you can find a colour TV, private bathrooms, tea and coffee makers as well as all everything that you need so as to make tea and coffee. You can also request extra pillows, blanket, iron and ironing board. Yet, you will not find any toiletries in the Travel Lodge guest rooms, but you can purchase anything that you want from the hotels’ vending machines.

Reservations

The easiest way to make your London Travel Lodge reservations is through the hotel’s online booking form. You can find an electronic booking form in the official website of the London Travel Lodge hotel that you are interested in.

Parking

If you are planning on visiting London with your own vehicle, you should contact the Travel Lodge Hotel that you are interested in staying and ask about its parking policy. You may find Travel Lodge hotels in London with parking facilities (note though, that usually a few parking spaces are available on a first-come first-served basis) and others with street parking available. However, there are London Travel Lodge hotels, where parking is not available. If you are not familiarised with the city of London, you can find maps and directions on how to reach each London Travel Lodge hotel on their official websites.

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