I visited this Travelodge with no expectations as I had only paid £9 for a night there. It's one of the newer Travelodge's which is quite nice as you know nothing should be broken or out of order.
When you enter the hotel it is quite strange as you expect reception to be there - it's not. You have to go up in the lift to get to the reception. Once inside it's very obvious as to the newness of the building as it's all very modern. The reception is situated in the breakfast area which is a little strange but the check in staff are very helpful. There is also 2 computers in this area for guest use which is a nice touch.
The rooms follow the theme of the rest of the hotel - very modern. There was a flat screen TV mounted onto a wood panel. Everything in the room was very clean. The only downside to the whole stay was that there was no bath - only a shower!
Not much to grumble about!!
This is certainly one of the better Travelodges I have stayed in. It is very conveniently located with the train station right outside the hotel. Uxbridge high street (and also the two shopping centres) is within a 2 min walk and there is a Sainsbury's behind the hotel if you need any supplies. Whilst this hotel is far out from central London I would recommend it for tourists, as it is so conveniently located near Uxbridge underground station, which means that you can reach central London in under 40mins.
The staffs at the hotel are also very friendly, and were kind and courteous. The hotel itself is clean and modern, as it was only built a couple years ago. Beds were pleasant enough to sleep in, and room quite spacious (we booked a family room).
Well, parking is a nightmare. We arrived on the doorstep on the hotel and nearly headed into the bus depot as we thought there must be parking there..lol! There are two parking sites nearby, one is private and the other closes at stupid o'clock. We ended up driving around to The Chimes multi storey car park where you can park free from 6pm at night until 6am in the morning. Then, its £1 an hour there after.
Once you finally walk through the shopping centre and the train station, the hotel is directly outside the bus station. It is a bit weird getting the lift to the second floor to reception, but the rooms are comfortable enough. Pity about the 'bathless' bathroom...I was so looking forward to a hot bath.
The hotel is very handy for the local shops. The Pavilion and The Chimes, within easy walking distance. Take a look down Windsor Street for some nice pubs.
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