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I wrote earlier in the week about how you can currently get £5-£15 worth of Amazon gift cards with any Travelodge booking. As I was searching, I came across a new feature I hadn’t seen before – Travelodge SuperRooms.
Travelodge describes the new SuperRooms as follows:
“We’ve worked hard to understand what you truly need from a night’s stay, which is why we’ve fine tuned our offer to provide you with our new SuperRoom option alongside our amazing value standard room.
Designed with you in mind, each and every feature has been carefully selected to enhance your stay, from your in-room Lavazza A Modo Mio coffee machine to the Hansgrohe Raindance 3jet power shower. With a choice of firm or soft hypoallergenic pillows, blackout curtains, ambient mood lighting and an additional cosy chair SuperRooms are the perfect choice with added comforts”.
- Lavazza A Modo Mio capsule coffee machine
- 32” Samsung LED slimline Freeview TV
- Hansgrohe Raindance 3jet adjustable power shower
- Comfy chair to work or relax in
- Comfy King size Travelodge Dreamer bed
- Powerful hairdryer & full length mirror
- A choice of firm or soft hypoallergenic pillows
- Plenty of power and USB charging throughout
- In-room iron & ironing board for your convenience
- Relaxing ambient LED mood lighting
- Spacious desk with multiple charging points, desk light and swivel chair
- Dreamlight colour scheme & blackout curtains for a restful night’s sleep
One of the things that puts me off Travelodge as a brand is that the normal rooms can seem just a bit too basic and sometimes they haven’t been refurbished in a while. I therefore think the Travelodge SuperRooms could be great – by definition they are completely new, and the nod to making things a bit more comfortable can really make a big difference to how you feel about a hotel room.
How expensive are Travelodge SuperRooms?
I checked quite a few different dates/hotels and SuperRooms are consistently £15 more expensive than whatever the rate for a standard room is.
That seems like a sensible pricing strategy and is something I would definitely consider in order to guarantee a newly refurbished room with a few extra features.
Where can I find Travelodge SuperRooms?
SuperRooms are new, so it’s pretty limited so far. The current options are:
and the following hotels are due to get them soon:
I think Travelodge might be onto something here with SuperRooms. They might not be particularly ‘super’ compared to nicer hotels – but if you can find a cheap rate anyway, paying an additional £15 for a SuperRoom could make a lot of sense.