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Historical Traveler Reviews Travelodge - Bristol Central
Well what can you expect for a cheap as chips city centre hotel.
This place ticks the boxes for the bare minimum requirements of a hotel, but your fellow guests may well cause you a few problems and do not expect any help from the staff. I know TravelLodge are trying to keep the costs down, but please employ somebody who knows a little bit about the local area and speaks reasonable English. This is just a false economy unless you do not care what customer service is enjoyed by your customers. My colleague asked the barmaid for a pint of bitter. 10 minutes later she returned from the kitchen to explain that they do not have any pitta bread. Well at least she tried!
Cheap, but very poor quality
Bad food, service and very outdated. TV didn't work & bed knackered.
But very cheap for 1 night!
This was an enforced stay on my part as my partner was in hospital all last week and there was no accommodation available at the hospital for me so I had to stay in the city 20 minutes away by bus.
Not highly recommended
Stayed for 1 night before going on holiday. Rooms OK and clean but if you have a room on the front can be noisy from the main road. Be Warned ! Car park not safe at all - CCT at front and back but not inside - had an unfortunate experience with my car which ruined the holiday. Found out afterwards this has happened in the past but no signs up to warn anyone - which I found bad and staff didn't warn us to be vigiliant! Just be careful.
Find somewhere else...
stayed for business purposes 5 nights in dec.
Small uncomfortable rooms that stink of cigarettes. I picked up a cough on my first night and suffice to say wont be staying here again. The staff are all friendly but I just could not stand the dirty rooms. You can find something better in central bristol at the same price.
The rooms in this hotel were very small and cramped. Although clean they can only be described as basic. Check in was very slow.
The car park was a problem, it was very full and driving through it with so many cars parked at odd angles was difficult. Had to park near Anchor Square and walk back to hotel .(Not recommended for women on their own )
The hotel was very noisy and we were disturbed by drunks in the hotel in the early hours. Not what was expected and was glad to have only stayed 1 night.Not worth £60.
Cheap and Cheerful!
I stayed at the travelodge recently and found it just as described on the Travelodge website - what you see is what you get - cheap and cheerful. The room was clean, comfortable if a little noisy, but you are in the centre of Bristol. Within very easy walking distance of Broadmead shopping centre, Clifton Village, and all the city centre attractions. If you want no frills but friendly staff (and cheap parking!) this may be one for you.
When they say no frills they mean it!
I stayed for 3 nights at the Travelodge in Bristol; there's a lot of building work going on around it and it's pretty noisy. The staff are very young and whilst friendly are not particularly efficient - I was perpetually given the wrong information, incorrect change etc. It is clean, but the rooms are basic - they don't even provide a bar of soap in the toilets.
The limited food available in the bar/breakfast area is highly overpriced - there are lots of bars in the harbour area that have better quality for the same price. It's worth staying here only if you get the £25 cheap rate or if you're a family, otherwise you can do better for your £60.
Pleasantly suprized with Bristol Central Travelodge
We were pleasantly suprized with our clean, comfortable and spacious room. We expected the room to be much smaller. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would certainly stay there again when visiting Bristol. The hotel location was an easy walk to many great areas of the city.