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It's a standard Travelodge - reasonably priced with standard rooms. Stayed for 3 nights and found this one to be one of the noisest Travelodges I have stayed in. Outside the hotel is a bus stop and a busy road. There is a lot of...More
Great location right in the City (between Old Street and Moorgate). Friendly staff, basic but clean rooms, comfortable beds, power shower, food and drink available in the bar downstairs and supermarkets and cafes close by. I’ll be staying here again.
Very friendly staff and a tidy room. As far as Travelodges go, this is the best I've stayed in. The hotel is closely located to Shoreditch and Only Street underground station. The bathroom soap wasnt very pleasant and the desk lamp in our room didn't...More
After an initial problem with our online booking the manager Michael was very helpful and ensured our problem was dealt with. Clean and comfortable room and great breakfast. Good location for us and the price was ideal.
Great hotel. Location is great so it’s quiet but near to the hustle and bustle. Staff were very helpful. Supermarket next door which was good for last minute bits. Room had everything I needed. Clean and modern.
The western front of the edgy East End, Shoreditch is a perennially trendy haven for anything “street” – be it art, food, or fashion. With its handful of well connected transportation links dotting its perimeter, along with an ever increasing variety of shops, hotels, bars, and restaurants, it's easy to explore this trend-conscious and youth-oriented neighbourhood. There's a lingering post-industrial grit about
Shoreditch, but because it shares a border with “The City” financial district, the influence from its upscale neighbour can result in fascinating outcomes.
If you book a 'twin' room then you will end up with two separate single beds. A 'double' room will be one double bed. A 'family room' usually consists of a bed and one or two singles depending on the size of the family when... More
If you book a 'twin' room then you will end up with two separate single beds. A 'double' room will be one double bed. A 'family room' usually consists of a bed and one or two singles depending on the size of the family when the booking is made. If you cannot find any of those types of room on their website (or other booking websites) then it is likely that these are not available due to already being booked up.