The Derry Travelodge hotel is centrally located in the heart the city with views of the river Foyle. Designed to meet the needs of today's budget conscious family, corporate guest or short break customer the Derry city centre Travelodge cannot be beaten for price or value.
Bedrooms are spacious, with king size beds set with comfy duvets. Rooms have complementary TCMF and multi channel TV. The Travelodge Hotel Derry offers a bar café which opens daily.
Complimentary WIFI is available.
Full Irish Breakfast included.
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Coming into Derry from the South (A5), North (A2), Southeast (A6) follow signs for the City Centre and then Tourist Information Centre & coach set down point, you will find the car park on your left hand side and the river Foyle to your right. At the roundabout after the TIC, turn left bringing you to a set of traffic lights with a public car park to your right (this is also used as the Travelodge car park on level three). If not parking turn right at the traffic lights and the Travelodge is on the right hand side.
Secure car parking is to the right of the property at Quayside Multi Storey Carpark. Level 3 is for use of Travelodge guests. Charges are £8.00 per night from 9.30pm until 7.30am. The car park is then £0.80 for every hour outside these times.
Bus Station (500 Metres), train station (500 Metres).
Derry City Walls, The Guildhall, Tower Museum, Derry City Airport (7 miles).
- Valid ID must be shown on check in for safety and security reasons. - This hotel only has non Smoking rooms.
Really dated & run down not what I thought travelodge would put their name to. Sink was cracked windows didn't open and had grills on the outside. Stairwell had vomit stains over the carpet
Which looked to have been there for a while. No cooked breakfast available. The only plus side was the beds were comfortable, staff were nice & the location was handy.
This hotel was sub standard. I have stayed at Travelodge's in the USA and they were not a bare-boned as this one; no pictures on the walls, a TV that didn't work properly, doors difficult to unlock, telephone that didn't even have the room number on it,and no one at the reception desk for checkout. This does not give a good impression of the city of Derry.
I really enjoy my stay - when i checked in the receptionist was dealing with a rather angry client who proceed to try and 'get me on board' to join forces with her - She advised me to get out as quick as possible as it was a dump I proceeded to tell her I had stayed previously at this hotel and found it as pleasant experience. The girl deal with her professionally and then proceed to check us in with no problems. I would have no hesitation to revisit Derry and stay again at this travelodge