Looking for a place to stay in Newport? Then look no further than Travelodge Newport Isle of Wight, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Newport to your doorstep.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as internet access is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
In addition, as a valued Travel Lodge Newport guest, you can enjoy an on-site restaurant that is available on-site.
While in Newport be sure to experience local lobster favourites at The Blacksmiths.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Carisbrooke Castle (1.1 mi), Newport Roman Villa (0.5 mi), or Quay Arts Centre (0.3 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Travelodge Newport Isle of Wight as you experience everything Newport has to offer.
Staff very friendly and helpful one who stood out the most was a guy called David he’s a lifesaver. Breakfast was 10/10 would definitely recommend to stay here. Close to town centre for shopping, cinema and food.
We are usually pleased with our stay at the Travelodge as we feel its good value for money, however this time we was really disappointed. We booked a family room and placed on the form that we was staying with our 4 year old daughter - the room we was placed in was directly next to the pub on the high-street which disturbed our daughters sleep a lot! I know family rooms are booked on an availability basis, but I really do not believe this room is suitable for a family with young children. The bathroom was not the cleanest we have seen it and the room was full of flies when we first got there. Many of the neighbouring rooms along the corridor was leaving full bags of rubbish outside their doors which was left there for quite some time, creating an unpleasant smell and sight. Finally on one of the evenings, there was a number of us trying to enter the hotel with our key card after the doors had been turned off - we had our daughter with us and none of our key cards seemed to be working properly, the member of staff on reception was not attuned to this and did not support us in getting inside - luckily one of the key cards ended up activating the doors and we got in. For just under £170 for 2 nights, I expect a lot more! A real shame as it really has cast doubt on us considering booking there again!…
We've stayed here several times before the covid pandemic. This hotel is very basic with no air-con, no mini fridge and no biscuit with your tea and coffee (little things). It has always suited us as it is so close to my grandmother who we are here to visit. This time we were given a single put-me-up bed for our 1 year old but in fairness, we expected that hurdle and luckily it was a cheap bed so the legs folded away lowering the bed to the floor so we didn't have to worry about him rolling off in the night. The hilarity starts with a warm welcome by a friendly lady who assured us that if we needed anything at all we should not hesitate to ask. On entering the room we find it very warm with the window open and the electric heater on (as has happened before so we switched the heater off at the wall). After check-in we left to spend the rest of the day with my grandmother. On returning to the hotel we found that the USB ports on one side of the bed did not function (they run away into the wall when you try to plug in). Also the TV did not work so no football for my husband and no children's TV to keep our son entertained for a few minutes whilst we put him to bed. We decide its not a big deal so will tell the staff in the morning. Day 2 and I decide to have a shower before visiting my grandmother. I hop into the tub and the shower is warm and nice and powerful. I go to dispense some body wash/shampoo but sadly there is none in the dispenser. I reach around the corner and use a little hand soap which doesn't dispense easily and doesn't lather in the soft water. Greasy-haired and a little perturbed we head downstairs to exit for my nans. On the way out my husband mentions to the reception clerk about the TV and the soap dispenser. She looks at us like we've dropped in from out of space but quickly marshals herself and promises to write it down and tend to it. We leave and I tell my husband I'll be surprised if it gets fixed before we return. Sure enough on our return, no shampoo (we bought some as we thought this would be the case) and the TV remote is in the exact same position as before we left. Husband goes down to complain to receptionist who apologises but explains the engineer has gone until the following day and she can't find any record written down. We're offered a new room but we explain that we have a child's bed in our room and she agrees this would be difficult. Day 3 we place the tag on the door to get some new tea and coffee and get our bins emptied (it also says new towels with no option to refuse new towels). We mention to the receptionist (young guy, lots of talk) that our tv is broken. He apologises and assures us that the engineer did indeed attend our room the previous day and "jiggle some wires around the back" then the TV was working. We don't mention to him that the remote control was replaced carefully in the exact same spot we left it or that my husband had also jiggled the wires. He proceeds with his assurances that the engineer will attend our room again and replace the whole television if necessary to get it working for us. We leave to see my nan with some serious misgivings about both the hotel and staff. On our return the lift is broken so we have to take our baby and pram up 2 floors via the stairs (aided by a helpful guest - thank you!) We find a heap of towels outside our room, 2 mugs on the floor not covered or in bags with a few tea bags and some sugar perched on top but no milk and no one has entered our room to empty the bins or fix anything. If leaving our uncovered mugs on the floor outside our door and not collecting our rubbish bins full of nappies is part of the hotels sanitary covid policy it would have been nice to have been informed about it at any point during our stay. Given that we're checking out the next day we give it all up for loss. My husband paces the room angrily for a few minutes and I pen a scathing review ready for the internet after we leave. Definitely not worth the £155 we paid for 3 nights stay and I'd steer clear of room 213 if you can avoid!…
Good value for Money. Location is ideal as it's in the town centre. It would have been nice to have a free car park on site. Would recommend this hotel if you like to be somewhere in easy access to the high street and shops. Staff helpful, especially Chrissy
The room was clean and the bed comfortable. One towel was provided, but I stayed three nights and my room was not cleaned nor the towels changed during that time. The shower dispenser didn't work. The room was a good size and the windows insulated from the traffic on Lugley Street, which is frequent. The car parking was via a private car park which was a nightmare as I couldn't get the machine to work and no-one answered the telephone numbers that were provided. I saw the young lady on reception only once when I checked in, but she told me nothing about the hotel or breakfast/dinner/ etc... I ate at the Premier Inn's Beefeater up the road towards Ryde, which I thoroughly recommend. Well placed for Newport town and Carrisbrooke Castle / Cowes/ Ryde, etc.
The staff are amazing so friendly, they go above and beyond to help cater you with any needs you may have and they’re very welcoming. Lovely and clean rooms, Really pleasant stay for me and my furry friend.
My mum & I stayed here for three days for a long weekend to the Isle of Wight (we came home today) & in all honesty, we did not want to leave due to the impressiveness scale of this hotel. These was a little mishap with our room when we first got here but this was sorted with no issues. Our room was very clean, tidy & cosy alongside being in a very quiet corridor; perfect after a long day exploring the island. Breakfast, this is a whole other story. After reading so many reviews on this website about her, we had the absolute pleasure of meeting the famous Doreen, who was one of the sweetest ladies we have ever met who would go above & beyond to make guests happy. Being asked whether you were okay, slept well & what you were doing for the day makes a massive difference & makes you feel valued, which is what you want when staying somewhere. The breakfast was excellent & very good value for money; Doreen deserves a promotion or something because she is a credit to both Travelodge as a whole & the Newport IOW branch - amazing! :) When our key card stopped working, I also had the pleasure of meeting Chrissy, who was very apologetic that this had happened to us & explained about why this happens. We ended up needing her assistance twice regarding this issue & she simply gave us great assistance with a smile. If you are reading this & thinking “shall I try this place out on my next visit to the Isle of Wight?” then absolutely you should! I like Travelodge as a chain but this hotel takes the respect level to the back of the net & beyond! :)…
We had a wonderful time the staff were very nice especially Doreen and Chrissy they were amazing very welcoming helpful and polite and the food was lovely and will definitely be returning in the near future for an amazing time the hotel and location was perfect
Bottom of the line budget hotel but does what it says and was great value for a one night stay. Sleep quality was good. Breakfast very good and the ladies who served it Dorren and Chrissy first class.
Wonderful stay made even better by an amazing woman named Doreen. She made our stay and is one of the most pleasant caring members of staff I have met at the many, many hotels I have stayed at, I don't know what Travelodge are paying her, but whatever it is it's not enough, a fantastic ambassador for the company.