I stayed at the Travelodge London Bethnal Green for four nights in November 2013. I paid £128 i.e. £32 a night when I booked the room seven months in advance. The hotel is located less than a five-minute walk from Bethnal Green tube station. There’s a Sainsburys Local supermarket by the station.
Exterior of Travelodge London Bethnal Green
Reception is on the first floor in the Bar Cafe. I paid £10 to check-in early as I arrived at 12.30 and check-in is at 3pm. The receptionist was very honest as when I requested a quiet room she told me that no rooms with particularly quiet as there was a road at the front and a railway line at the back of the hotel.
Bar Cafe at Travelodge London Bethnal Green
I was happy with my fourth floor room at the front of the hotel overlooking the park. It was very open view; you often look directly onto other buildings from hotel rooms in cities.
View from my room at Travelodge London Bethnal Green
I didn’t hear the traffic noise too much through the secondary double glazing.
Family room at Travelodge London Bethnal Green
The room was bright as it had two windows. I liked the layout of the room with the desk at the side of the room and the sofabed at the other end of the room. The room has been made over with the new Travelodge look, the best aspect of which a very comfortable Dreamer bed. Some of the old Travelodge beds are pretty spongy.
I didn’t try the free WiFi in the Bar Cafe, as I had my USB modems with me to get online in my room.
The Museum of Childhood is less than a ten minute walk from the hotel. I walked to the Geffyre Museum in Hoxton in around 40 minutes.
In summary, I thought that my stay at the Travelodge London Bethnal Green offered excellent value for money in a clean, spacious, comfortable room fairly close to the city centre.
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