Travelodge Heathrow Central
This Travelodge is the perfect hub for a London vacation, especially for visitors who aren't eager to pay London prices. Conveniently located near busy Heathrow Airport, guests are typically thrilled that they can easily get from their terminal to their hotel without a lot of hassle. Reviews generally praise the hotel for its affordability, cleanliness, and the helpful quality of its staff, which make up for its basic amenities. Proximity to Hounslow, Thorpe Park, and Winslow Castle doesn't hurt either. Former guests also love that they're only 14 miles from London, with easy access to the bus and the train.
Although the amenities are few, the offerings are solid. Guests enjoy free WiFi for half an hour each day, or they can get a whole day for a few pounds. The Travelodge provides soft Dreamer Beds, as well as the tools needed for making tea or coffee. All bathrooms have showers, and some come with bathtubs as well. Large rooms are ideal for families with children, while double rooms are perfect for singles and couples. To further prepare for trips to the city or the flight back home, the front desk has irons and hair dryers available at guests' requests.
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close to the airport perfect.
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It began at 3.45am when the alarm went off in the travelodge at Heathrow. As I turned my alarm off, Hannah summed it all up by saying 'Wow I feel so energised, so refreshed!!!' Obviously sarcastic after about 2 hours sleep - iPads, laptops taking off, snoring and a flashing alarm on the roof all part of the 2 hours sleep. We got ready and did our …
... castle grounds and chapel, as well as the state apartments where royalty actually meet and dine, we went to a pub just outside the walls for some fish and chips. But not before being forced to wait as the changing of the guard took place. The whole town shuts down when this occurs, not just in the Castle. We weren't even allowed to leave.
After a bit of a wait we were permitted to leave and go to the pub. An older couple at the table beside me, who sounded ...