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Q&A with Travelodge
Where is my nearest Travelodge?
Wherever you are, there will be a Travelodge nearby, so use the destination search page on the Travelodge website to find where your nearest hotel is. Just enter your location in the box and press search.
How much does a Travelodge room cost per night?
Travelodge rates vary widely so you can always choose the best option for you depending on your budget and requirements. Prices can be as low as £29 - use a Travelodge discount code to get maximum reductions on room prices.
What are Travelodge’s check in and check out times?
All guests can check in any time from 3pm, and must check out by 12 midday. Earlier and later times are possible for a small fee - just ring ahead to the hotel to let them know. Travelodge teams are available all day and overnight should you need any help.
Where can I see my Travelodge booking details?
Simply log in to My Travelodge online to see all the information for your upcoming stay, using the email address and password you used to create your account.
Can I cancel my Travelodge reservation?
If your situation has changed and you don’t need your room anymore, you can cancel your booking by contacting the Central Reservations team on 08719 84 84 84 or logging into your account. Flexible Rate bookings that are cancelled before 12 noon on the day of arrival will be refunded but Saver Rate bookings are non-refundable.
UK Tourism Trends with Travelodge
Did you know that an estimated 41.7 million tourists visited the UK in 2018? It was another year of record-breaking figures for the country, which has seen growing number of tourists in recent years. Unsurprisingly with London leading the way, the most popular destinations in the UK in 2017 were:
|Location||Number of Visitors||Average Spend per Visit|
|East of England||2.4m||£339|
Many of the most visited tourist spots each year are in London, and include the British Museum (6.42m visitors), the National Gallery (6.26m) and the Tate Modern (5.84m).
But if you want to beat the crowds, why not consider some of the UK’s less crowded destinations? It could also be a much cheaper way to travel in the country.
Birmingham, for example, is another vibrant city to visit, receiving 3.3m visits between 2015-17. The arts and music scene is lively, and Birmingham arguably has the best shopping outside of London, including Selfridges’ first store not in the capital.
The huge NEC conference centre draws in huge crowds too, but be careful because the city doesn’t always have enough hotels to deal with demand during peak times. Book ahead.
And, in Scotland, don’t forget about Glasgow. Often overlooked in favour of Edinburgh, this hotspot for art, music, comedy and design is also the gateway to the Western Highlands. The beautiful Loch Lomond is just half an hour away.
Why makes the UK a popular destination?
To understand Britain’s image abroad, the Anholt Nation Brands Index is a great place to start. In a study of 20,000 consumers in 20 countries, the UK comes out in third place for nation brand. Some of the strongest aspects of tourism recognised by the 2018 index are:
- Vibrant city life and urban attractions
- Being rich in historic buildings and monuments
- Contemporary culture
- Excelling in sport
- Cultural heritage