After visiting the Warner Bros Studio Tour last month, Alex and I stayed over in the Euston branch of Travelodge. We were kindly invited to try out their new upgraded rooms which are currently been promoted through the Travelodgical adverts. If you haven’t seen the ad on TV, you are really missing out and can watch it here!
The Euston Travelodge is a two-minute walk from the station, literally across the road which makes it brilliant for people like us who travel from that station. On arrival, we were greeted at the desk and was swiftly checked in and given the key card to our room. The new upgraded rooms include a big comfy king sized bed so I was very keen to try it out! The room was very spacious and true to the advertisements the bed was huge and SO comfortable, especially the pillows which were heavenly. I really loved the view from our room, overlooking Euston Square – Perfect for people watching and seeing the hustle and bustle of London.
Breakfast was served in the morning in a lower ground room for £7.65, there was a choice of cooked and continental and a personal favourite of mine was the mini sachets of Nutella!
One of the best things about this Travelodge is that they had a left luggage service which I always think is quite an important feature in a hotel. We had a little suitcase so to leave that at Euston Station during the day would have cost around £10! Whilst the luggage had been left at the hotel, Alex and I explored a bit of London and visited Harrods and The Natural History Museum!
We had a lovely experience with Travelodge and I think it’s a brilliant place to stay if you are looking for somewhere cheap and cheerful. Check out some other Travelodge Reviews here.
Have you ever stayed in a Travelodge? Have you seen The Travelodgical ad?
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