Book Early:It's true what they say, the early bird catches the worm, with cheaper prices on rooms when you book well in advance.
Price Comparison:If you don't mind walking or hopping on a bus, check out some Travelodge hotels a little further out of the city, as the further you are from the hustle and bustle, the less your room will typically cost.
Off-Season Deals:Don't get caught up in the school holiday rush, and consider booking your stay during off-peak seasons, with less demand promising a significantly reduced price.
Travelodge Voucher Codes:Check out our latest Travelodge vouchers for great deals across the UK.
While you can often find plenty of restaurants and cafes near your Travelodge, most hotels have their own restaurants and bars too, offering a wide variety of tasty food and drink, as well as unlimited breakfast, and a children's menu for little tums.
Travelodge also caters for those who enjoy the finer things in life, with its SuperRooms. Fully equipped with coffee machines, ambient mood lighting, blackout curtains, hypoallergenic pillows and more, the SuperRooms offer a touch of class without you having to fork out a fortune.
Does Travelodge offer NHS discount?
Travelodge offers NHS discount, with up to 10% off for members of the health service.
Does Travelodge offer student discount?
Travelodge offers 5% discount to students enrolled at Student Beans. This is available on all hotels, flexible and savers rates too.
Does Travelodge offer military discount?
There aren’t currently any military discount codes available for Travelodge – use one of ours instead.
How do I use my Travelodge discount code?
Choose your room and any extras. Once you click ‘Book and Pay’ you’ll have the option to add a discount code to the final price before entering any payment details.
How do I contact Travelodge?
Travelodge has an automated Chat Bot for any general enquiries. To speak to someone from customer services or book via the telephone, call 08719 848484.
If you need to speak to someone from your hotel via telephone, check your booking confirmation email for contact details.
Best Travelodges to Visit
Best Travelodge for a Romantic Break
Travelodge is offering some fabulous deals for romantic breaks in Spain. Try Madrid; it’s toasty warm, colourful and has some beautiful plazas bustling with cafes, boutiques and delicatessens.
Explore the cobbled streets lined with stalls and open fronted bars selling aromatic foods and cocktails and soak up some culture in the city’s world-class galleries and museums. For somewhere a little quieter, Valencia has a relaxed street culture with cool, shaded allies and a huge sweeping beach where you can top up your tan.
Best Travelodge for a Family Break
For family breaks in the UK, London has much to offer with so many attractions, such as the the Natural History and the Science Museum, The Warner Bros Harry Potter Studios and London Aquarium.
Bewilderwood, in Norfolk, is a magical woodland centre outdoor activities such as tree house building, climbing and rope slides, bridge making, and rafts. Alton Towers, Blackpool, and the child-friendly Eden Project are also all well worth visiting.
Best Travelodge for Sightseeing
You may think you’ve seen all the UK has to offer, but with great Travelodge deals, look again! The wealth of history stems back to ancient times and the monumental Stonehenge is testament to that.
On the other side of the country, the White Cliffs of Dover, Leeds Castle and Canterbury Cathedral are cultural classics. In York, there’s the Yorvik Viking Centre explores the distant past and north of the border, visit Edinburgh’s dramatic castle, or enjoy the mysterious Loch Ness and impressive Hadrian’s Wall and Villa.
Best Travelodge For Halloween
If you love tales of ghouls and goblins around the fire, then Travelodge has the best deals for you to test your nerve!
Edinburgh is famous for its ghost tours and walks, from spooky tales of cannibals and body snatchers, to the underground vaults beneath the city where whole communities lived and died. London too has its fair share of haunted places and guided tours that visit them.
Gloucester, York, Chester and Birmingham have long histories of dark deeds too, and the ghostly guides will help you relive these experiences and have a laugh along the way.