Covid updates for Travelodge in England and Wales – plus…

covid-updates-for-travelodge-in-england-and-wales-–-plus…

Covid updates for Travelodge in England and Wales – plus…

Covid updates for Travelodge in England and Wales – plus deals & sale
2021-07-20 10:35:00
The Travelodge chain offers budget stays for many across the UK. Brits love the hotels which have basic rooms for affordable prices and showcase a number of offers including kids can sleep for free, meals deals and more. There are more than 500 hotels to choose from across the UK, making the travel company the ideal solution for a cheap city break or seaside retreat. For example, Travelodge have rooms for £29 a night, which works out at just £7.25pp for a family of four sharing a room (based on two adults, two children). Travelodge expect to see a rise in bookings following the further easing of Covid-19 restrictions in England. Most legal restrictions on social contact have now been lifted in England, and formal social distancing rules are set to come to and end on August 7 in Wales. For those living in England, there are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, and face coverings are not required by law. However, people living in Wales will still have to wear face masks in many public spaces. If you're choosing to stay in a Travelodge this year, whether in England or Wales, we've compiled a handy guide below of everything you need to know regarding the hotel's changes, Covid-19 policies and latest deals. Scroll down for deals and discount codes. Covid-19 changes Travelodge have a TravelodgeProtect+ programme which is designed to keep customers and teams safe at all times. Developed by a dedicated cross functional hygiene strategy team, and adopted in all our hotels across the UK, the hotel chain says TravelodgeProtect+ gives bookers peace of mind so they can book and stay with confidence. Face masks For stays in England, Travelodge request that you wear a face covering (unless exempt) in all public areas of the hotel such as reception, lifts, stairs and corridors. For stays in Wales or Scotland it is a legal requirement for all guests to wear a face covering (unless exempt) whilst in public areas of the hotel such as reception, lifts, stairs and corridors. Social-distancing Social-distancing measures are still being adhered to at the hotels. Distancing floor signage are visible at receptions and protective screens are in place at check ins.

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