Travelodge Cardiff Central
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Looking forward to starting out on our mini adventure and packing has now started in earnest.....Our rucksacks are bulging already, where will we put the other half of our stuff? ha ha! Still loads to do and running out of time fast,some things never ...
... organist was playing something vaguely the same but not. Oh my. Fortunately we were sitting in the back, so it was not too obviously, and by the time the hymn had finished they had pulled themselves together. I was reminded during our time there that whilst I felt like I was in a time warp, this still was God's house and God's people in this amazing place called the world. ...
I'm still attempting to get my Visa processed for my trip to China / Tibet. I though the Russians were awkward however that one was a piece of cake in comparison to this. I have bored plenty of people moaning about this issue now! The Chinese are very cautious when letting people see their homeland. That said, things are looking far more optimistic on this front, although the Chinese need confirmation of entry into the country (& train tickets can only be ...
Leaving Keynsham we headed to Bath. Another morning of extraordinary scenery, green lush countryside, old stone walls, and little bridges. Bath is a large place as we drove in, and we set the GPS to find a car park. We found we were at the top end of the old part of Bath and near the royal Crescent. We sought out the Information centre and began our tour of Bath, deciding to do it on our own. Seeing the Roman Baths first, was an incredible experience, an utterly amazing complex. Over ...
... 8217;t go slashing and burning any more, though Enoch Powell might have done if he had had his way. And after a generation or two we give them a British Passport. So, what is all the fuss about some non-native plants and animals? Surely we should worry more about the one’s we cause to be extinct. And look at pheasants? Weren’t they introduced from Asia? They are now part of the fabric of our countryside and hedgerows. Mind you, The Queen goes round shooting ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Travelodge Cardiff Central
Fantastic location but so noisy ! If you do stay here ask for an allocated room at the back of the hotel. We thought our friend had drawn the short straw with a room overlooking the multi storey carpark at the rear (room 140) but she was the only one not disturbed by the music from the club underneath the rooms at the front.
I have stayed at Travelodges before and am used to their no frills approach - but this hotel really is the pits!
I have stayed here on numerous occasions on work trips.
Clean and comfortable rooms in a central Cardiff location - as you would expect from Travelodge. No free parking but within five minutes easy walk of the central train station.
The noise from local nightclubs can be loud so come with earplugs, just in case. The in-house food is mediocre too. The last time I sayed there I didn't eat my evening meal because it was horrible. I took it back and got a refund. However, there are plenty of good local restaurants.
For a one night work stay, on my own, this is a reasonably priced adequate place to stay.
I've always stayed at the Ibis in Cardiff and never been happy there. For less than half the cost i booked rooms online at travelodge and it was just fine! No noisier than any city centre hotel, the rooms come with a proper bathroom including bath and are clean and well maintained. There's no air conditioning but the front desk is friendly and for £6 extra you get an excellent choice of movies.
Exactly what you expect
Me and my partner stayed there Sun 31st July 06 as we were going to see concert at the stadium. I was really concerned after reading some of the reviews but it was to late to change our booking. (glad i didn't) As travel lodges go it is exactly what you expect it was clean, tidy and staff were really polite and friendly managed to check in early and settle in for siesta. It is a 5min walk to stadium plenty of places to eat near by and is on the door step of the main train station. I slept like a log and heard no nosie what so ever through the night.
I stayed here for one night as we went to a concert at Cardiff Arena. If I had arrived earlier and had time to find alternative accommodation I would have.
Slept like a log
Out of a party of 10 in separate rooms, 9 of us slept like a log. The 10th sadly did not.
The secret is to ask for rooms on the 3rd floor at the back of the hotel- rooms 300 to 320 [not 322].
This is a basic no frills Travelodge, with reception staff extremely helpfull and efficient which is very centrally placed.
Its clean, with a true powershower [no hairdrier]and if you get the right room very peaceful.
We have just returned from cardiff. The worst thing was our room was above a night club and we were unable to get any sleep until. loud music til 3am and then the cleaners came in and though bottles in the bin out side and the the hooves came in and finished at 5am, Also the cold tap in the bathroom didn't work so we only had hot water. It was the worst place i have every stayed in and we were so happy to go home and get some sleep.
I arrived at 12.30 after a long journey and with heavy baggage to be
told by the staff at the Travelodge that I could not check in till 15.00,
nor could I leave my bags anywhere even though I had reserved a room!
Also the radiator fell off the wall during the night, a fact I alerted
staff at reception to but again, they weren't interested. I will never
stay here again. ?59 I was charged for this nightmare!!
I was a bit dubious when I checked in, but I was assured I would not be able to hear the noise form the bars and clubs on the ground floor in my room on 3rd floor. This was untrue. I went to recption to complain (as you cannot phone from your room) but I was told (to paraphrase) "tough". I asked to cancel my second night but apparently they could not do this!!! While I was complaining a young "couple" were checking in with no luggage and I got the distinct impression that this was aaplce where you could hire rooms by the hour!! I went abck upstairs and put mt earplugs in but could still hear the music. At about 1ppm someone appeared to turn the volume right up and by 11.25 pm I had checked out. I am still waiting for the refudn of my payment for my second night and am fighting to get back my first nights payment too. I WOULD recommend this hotel - to my worst enemy!!