Travelodge is Ireland's leading provider of value hotels with 12 hotels across the island. Our great locations include 5 hotels in Dublin, 2 hotels in Limerick, hotels in Belfast, Derry, Galway, Waterford and Cork. Travelodge aims to become the favourite hotel for value. We seek to offer unbeatable value in leisure and business travel. With attractive modern bedrooms, comfy new king size beds and great value wherever you need to be: we’re the Travelodgical choice. All rooms and public areas have complimentary Virgin Media fast WIFI also.
Travelodge is the ideal choice for business. Whether you are a large business looking to control your costs, or a small start-up making the most of your cash flow, we have a great range of hotels to suit your travel needs and budget. With many multi-national companies among our corporate customers and thousands of small business availing of our online corporate discounts, Travelodge really has adapted to suit the modern business traveler.
Our brand new room design has been created based on feedback from our customers about what they value most in a hotel….
The Travelodge Dreamer™ bed - an upgraded new luxury king size bed, produced by royal warrant holders Sleepeezee Ltd, featuring a mattress with 952 individual pocket springs, each designed to follow the natural contour of an individual's body in order to provide the correct amount of support and comfort to ensure they receive a good quality night's sleep. All topped with a quilted mattress topper with comfy, bounce back duvet and four plump pillows. For families travelling with children, and for those adults sharing for a quick overnight trip, we have introduced separate pull-out family beds to accommodate two extra people in our family rooms.
Soothing Design - to help create a warm and cosy ambiance in the new room, Travelodge worked with a chromotherapy expert and has introduced a sleep inducing colour palette to the room's decor. The new Travelodge room feature wall has been painted a tranquil blue, as research shows our body clock is programmed to relate the colour blue to the hours of darkness. So when we look at the colour blue, our metabolism slows down, making us feel relaxed and sleepy. The colour also has the effect of making the room feel more light and airy. The remaining walls have been painted a calming cream colour as this shade embodies the quality of gentle morning sunlight that helps you to wake up feeling refreshed and alert.