Just got back from this hotel, absolutely excellent location, 2 seconds to the beach! great shops, fresh fish and chips etc all around you..perfick
The 3pm check in is a little late, and ended up paying for early check in as they wouldnt even hold our bags in an office for example which would have been a great help with kids running round your ankles..
(Hence 4 stars not 5)
Rooms are great, nice and clean, beds comfy, shower was a little tricky but worked ok. You can even buy drinks at the bar until 1am and take them to your room if you wish.
A great hotel, book early enough and you pay very little,
I'll definatley do brighton again and will most certainly stay at the travelodge, impressive.
Travelodge is one of the cheapest places you will find for hotels so if you need somewhere to stay and are worried about price then this is the ticket. The rooms aren't actually too bad and they are normally kept quite clean and tidy from my experiences and Brighton is no exception.
However, if you are driving to Brighton then you are going to have to pay £15 for parking or wall a good 10 minutes from your car which is a hidden cost that you wouldn't expect.
You get the standard tv and tea and coffee making facilities but not really much else so in terms of value for money this travelodge isn't as good as a couple of other places just outside of the town centre.
I stayed at the Travelodge Brighton Seafront hotel in August this year and was very impressed with it.
The hotel is located on West Street and as the name suggests, is close to the seafrontwalk out of the front door and there it is - the sea!
This Travelodge is a modern building and rooms are pretty large.
Sadly there are no family rooms at this hotel, which is a shame as its in a great location for a family break.
The rooms all include a double bed, LCD TV with about 8 channels and some radio stations, tea and coffee facilities and an en-suite bathroom.
Each room includes one spare pillow - if you need anything else then you just have to ask at reception.
Like all Travelodges there is no phone in your room so you are at the mercy of the admittedly rather slow lifts to get to reception if you have a problem, particularly if you are on a higher floor. And I would recommend being on a higher floor as you can then get a decent seaview from your room if you are on the right side.
Its possible to get a room at this hotel for as little as £9 per night when Travelodge are running offers but expect to pay considerably more when they are not and particularly on Saturday nights.
The hotel is only a short walk from Brighton station and has plenty of public transport running nearby and makes the perfect location for a short stay in the city.
You can't really knock Travelodge. They're almost an English institution, like Dame Helen Mirren. Although I find it a little misleading when they advertise rooms for £19 when a night at the Seafront West Street branch is £74.50. You would be better off staying at a B&B for around £54.50 less and have a peaceful night's sleep instead of hearing the sounds of drunkards vomiting outside your window. But if you like standardisation and crave familiarity or are on a business trip, then Travelodge it should be. They are always good catering for larger groups and block bookings. Don't knock it till you've tried it, but try another branch.
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