Budget hotel chain Travelodge is marking 30 years of trading in the capital with three London hotel openings.
The new properties are in Acton, Bromley and Dagenham. They collectively represent an investment of more than £35 million for third-party investors and have created 80 new jobs.
London Acton and Dagenham Travelodge hotels feature the hotel chain’s on-site restaurant called the Bar Café.
London Acton Travelodge also offers the company’s premium economy SuperRooms.
Travelodge launched ‘premium economy’ concept of SuperRooms in 2017, for customers who want the “extra choice of a more premium room”.
Next month the hotel chain will opening its new flagship hotel, London City Travelodge – which is the company’s largest new-build development to date.
The 395-room hotel with Bar Café represents an investment of £95 million and has created 100 new jobs. It is on Middlesex Street, close to Liverpool Street Station.
London City Travelodge is also the launchpad for the company’s new ‘budget chic’ hotel concept called Travelodge Plus.
These four new Travelodge hotels will boost the Travelodge portfolio to 565 properties and 75 hotels in London.
Tony O’Brien, Travelodge UK property director, said: “We are delighted to be celebrating our 30th anniversary in London by not just opening three hotels in key growth areas, but also by opening our flagship hotel, London City Travelodge next month, which is our largest new build hotel to date.”