WITH rooms starting at only £32 per night, Travelodge has some of the most affordable hotel rooms in the UK.
But it doesn't end there, as they also have an unlimited breakfast offer that everyone knows about.
The popular £32 rooms can be the trickiest to find.
Using Travelodge's new 'best price finder' tool might be your best option.
All you have to do is head to Travelodge's price finder and choose your location to see all the rooms available in the area.
Once you've decided where you want to go, you can narrow down your search by filters like price, room type, breakfast options, and parking availability.
After that, the price finder will show you prices for your selected dates – and you can see the prices up to one year in advance.
We've rounded up everything you need to know about Travelodge's perks.
Hungry guests can make the most of the unlimited breakfast offer, which costs just £8.99 for adults.
Cooked options include a full English breakfast featuring eggs, bacon, sausages, hash browns, beans and toast, or you could opt for vegetarian sausages.
For a lighter breakfast, fruit salads, yoghurts, croissants and cereals are also included.
Coffee, tea and juice are unlimited as well.
Travelling with kids under 15? They can eat for free.
Breakfast is normally served every morning between 7am at 10am on weekdays, and between 8am and 11am during weekends and bank holidays.
The Travelodge super rooms are the chain's ‘luxury’ rooms on a budget.
They come with a Lavazza coffee machine, the choice of firm or soft hypoallergenic pillows and a 32” Samsung TV.
The rooms also have a new bathroom design, with a Hansgrohe Raindance 3jet adjustable shower, which has three different water flow settings.
Another great feature is the ironing board, as all rooms come equipped with an in-room iron and ironing board.
Business travellers can also save five per cent on their rooms if they're part of the Travelodge Business scheme.
The allocated rooms are also on a quieter business floor so guests can get a much better night's sleep.
Even if you're not a student or business traveller, you can still get a discount by signing up for the Travelodge newsletter.
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A five per cent discount code for your first bookings will be sent via email after you sign up.
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