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Travelodge Vauxhall Review

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Thought this might be useful for some people who are prepping for their interviews. I decided to stay overnight so there was as little stress as possible for getting to embassy. 

Travelodge is about 15 mins away from the Embassy - most of the time due to busy London roads more than walking. It has a decently stocked mini Waitrose next door

I decided to book a superroom so I had the most comfort possible, you get a coffee pod machine in addition to a kettle, a shower with 3 jet switch, better pillows and bigger desk and more USB ports and plugs. 

NOTE: The wifi was not working properly when I visited, don't book their wifi in advance as currently (according to provider at Virgin) - their routers are in the middle of an upgrade. Apparently Android devices might play nice with it, but my iPad couldn't latch to the network at all. They cannot refund the wifi voucher so buyer beware. 

Staff were very nice, the room was good, the jet shower very nice for back muscles. It is low thrills so not the best stay away ever, but it did the job. The Waitrose next door is always open till near-midnight and sells sandwiches, salads and has an in-house bakery. We went about 7pm yesterday and a lot of the bakery items were on offer as were the lunch goods. 

I found the superroom pillows awful personally, but I'm unsure if the aches I had were stress related or due to the pillows. the hallways were also kind of busy at night too, but generally can be covered with a white noise app or by having the TV on low volume. 

Hope that helps some people!

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Nice review :)

 

I will say that I was crashing at relatives place in Wanstead last year. The tubes ran early enough for me to get to Vauxhall on time, and also enough time to eat a Pret breakfast roll too. Obviously if you're bringing large amounts of bags or papers then the Travelodge seems the better idea than using left luggage as I did.

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