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Spent a night here recently on business trip.
Receptionist took for ever to locate my reservation but was quite friendly.
Room on ground floor right next to side street, usual spec but a bit noisy during the night - bin collection at 2am!
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Response from TravelodgeUK, Charlotte from The Social Media Team at Travelodge London Waterloo HotelResponded March 21, 2017
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Best budget hotel I have stayed in. I took a 'super' room which is a little more expensive but newly decorated. The colour scheme is relaxing, bed and pillows comfortable and the shower powerful. The only criticisms I had were that I would have preferred...More
DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY you do get a few extras in these rooms but the air conditioning is so noisy it keeps you awake. even when turned off it still goes through a cycle about every 5 minutes with buzzes, clicking and gurgling. My wife...More
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Response from TravelodgeUK, Remy from the Social Media Team at Travelodge London Waterloo HotelResponded March 20, 2017
Thank you for your review. We're sorry to learn you were not positively impressed with our super room accommodation. However, we're pleased our team members provided great service and assist you effectively during your with us. Thank you again for taking the time to leave...More
The hallways were smelly, the bed uncomfortable and the food appalling. This was the first time we had eaten in a Travelodge - and it will be the last. Travelodge always used to be our family's 'go to' hotel - not anymore - Premier Inn...More
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Response from TravelodgeUK, Niki from The Social Media Team at Travelodge London Waterloo HotelResponded March 20, 2017
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I had a uncomfortable stay with friends here there were 4 of us and only 2 beds, we ordered a cab to take us to Waterloo station which was only 0.3 miles away, and they charged us £7. I asked a london black cab driver...More
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Response from TravelodgeUK, Remy from the Social Media Team at Travelodge London Waterloo HotelResponded March 18, 2017
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$77 - $200 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#370 Romantic Hotel in London
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As a guess I would say a fifteen to twenty minute walk away as you would need to go back to Waterloo station about 10 minutes and then get across the river via Waterloo bridge and then along the embankment so you are facing... More
As a guess I would say a fifteen to twenty minute walk away as you would need to go back to Waterloo station about 10 minutes and then get across the river via Waterloo bridge and then along the embankment so you are facing the London Eye across the river. I suspect it would be very crowded and I think its ticket only to see the fireworks from the embankment.
You really need to book through the hotel's website to find the total price for your stay. Hotels have weird magical pricing system whereby the final cost bears little relation to any published nightly rate or to the number... More
You really need to book through the hotel's website to find the total price for your stay. Hotels have weird magical pricing system whereby the final cost bears little relation to any published nightly rate or to the number of nights stayed.
I don't know if other countries do the same (I'm sure some do), but the final price is dependant on how much the hotel thinks those particular nights are worth to them and how long you are staying. Don't expect it to be as logical as taking the advertised nightly rate and multiplying by the number of nights.
The good news is that you can get the price by following the online booking form through and then make a decision at the last minute to not confirm your booking if you think the total is too high.
Your other questions are probably best answered by the hotel themselves, although I can tell you that you need to head for Waterloo station, probably the Underground part of it. Then find the Waterloo Road exit (there are several exits), cross the road and turn right to head SE towards the hotel. Google Maps is worth checking on.
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