MSE Team Blog: Travelodge Tips

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  • QuentinQuentin Forumite
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    Save yourself a trip back to reception, and ask for extra towels when you check in (if there are more than one of you in the room)!
  • davetrousersdavetrousers Forumite
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    Quentin wrote: »
    Save yourself a trip back to reception, and ask for extra towels when you check in (if there are more than one of you in the room)!

    And Pillows.

  • IncapuppyIncapuppy Forumite
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    Stop moaning when you book at a cheap promotional rate, can't travel and can't get a refund.
  • You get three pillows so don't ask unless you need more
  • swordcalibratorswordcalibrator Forumite
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    Hi Moneysavers

    I have had problems finalising a booking with Travelodge online. For the past 2 days I have been unable to make the debit card payment go through. Finally got through to Head Ofice reception on 01844 358500 and they put me through to a helpful person in Customer services who said that there was a problem with online bookings being made through the Internet Explorer 9 browser and suggested that I use an alternative. I went in via Mozilla Firefox and it worked.:j Hope this helps others.

    You can only get their deals rates online and its so frustrating when it fails to deliver.
  • Hobsons_ChoiceHobsons_Choice Forumite
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    Avoid the one in Taunton!
    Normal people worry me.
  • Tojo_RalphTojo_Ralph Forumite
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    So to summarise the tips.

    A) Book in advance to get best prices.
    B) Check availability at all suitable hotels.
    C) Check pricing of all room options offered.
    D) Request a better/bigger room at check in.
    E) Check pricing on a Sunday as rooms appear to be released then.

    Point E) aside, the remainder of the blog reads like common sense one would apply when booking any form of accommodation.
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