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Travelodge Wembley High Road Review

Last week, me and my mum packed an overnight bag and caught the tube to travel to Wembley for a 1 night stay at Travelodge. I live in London but on the other side of Wembley so it was nice to get away for the night in an area of London we wasn't familiar with!


Conveniently, Travelodge is literally a ten second walk away when you exit Wembley Central overground station. I felt so silly when I had maps open on my phone ready to navigate us to the destination! I was a little confused how to get in because the rooms are all above a Costa, Argos and Milkshake Bar but I worked out you walk around the corner to the back of the hotel and the entrance is there.


We got the lift up to reception and was greeted by a friendly member of staff. We checked in and was given two swipe cards; one for our hotel door and one for the entrance door for security reasons.  We was booked in for room 230 and headed upstairs to find it!


Upon entry, I saw that the room was really clean and fresh smelling. In terms of cleanliness there is nothing either of us could fault. The room had a king size double bed and a single bed in the corner.  


There was a table with a chair and mirror and a kettle with coffee and tea choices in the corner. It was comfortable and perfect for an overnight stay.


The bathroom was well lit and had a huge mirror with a shelf which was perfect for makeup application. There was a shower above the bath which was nice having both options. It took a few minutes to work out how to flip from the shower to the bath but I managed to work it out in the end!


We both had a trip to the English National Opera that evening so quickly got ready and headed out. We got back and my mum made herself some coffee and we soon climbed into bed. I am happy to say it was one of the best night's sleeps EVER! I woke up in the position that I fell asleep so I don't think I even  moved during the night!


The next morning, we headed down to breakfast which was kindly provided; running from 7-10AM and 11AM on weekends. The lady in the cafeteria greeted us and ticked us off the breakfast guest list and told us to help ourselves. 


We was really surprised to see so many breakfast options. There was an English Fry Up with scrambled eggs, beans, grilled tomatoes, sausages and bacon. There was cereals, yoghurts, fruit, croissants and muffins. Finally, there was a coffee and tea machine for hot drink lovers and a fresh fruit juice machine which I fully took advantage of as I don't drink tea or coffee!


We had to check out by midday so headed back to our room after breakfast and chilled for a few hours. This was a perfect opportunity for me to catch up with emails and tweets!

When we returned the key, the lady at reception was very friendly and asked us how our stay for the night was and that she hoped we enjoyed our stay. Overall, I was very impressed with the service I received from Travelodge and left feeling very satisfied with our stay. Thank you Travelodge for having us!
Disclaimer * Travelodge provided us a room to stay in for me to review. However, all opinions are my own.

3 comments

  1. It all looks very clean and welcoming. I have to say though, I love your denim shirt in this post, where is it from? xx

    www.bambinoblushandboho.co.uk

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    1. It was very welcoming; especially because it was in London which in general isn't that friendly! Thank you! The shirt is Levi's :)

      Ashleigh x

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    2. Ha I know that all too well! I'm a fellow Londoner myself. Ahh thank you, it really suits you!xx

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