Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Southampton does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Travelodge Southampton Central Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with paid internet access offered by the hotel.
The property also features a lounge to make your visit even more pleasant.
Close to some of Southampton's most popular landmarks, such as St Michael's Church (0.1 mi) and Holy Rood Church (0.1 mi), Travelodge Southampton Central Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Travellers looking to enjoy some crab can head to The Jetty, Ocean Village, Shanghai Bay, or The Oxford Brasserie. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Asian restaurant such as Cosmo, JRC Global Buffet Southampton, or Shanghai Bay.
Southampton is also known for some great marinas, including Ocean Village and Town Quay, which are not too far from Travelodge Southampton Central Hotel.
Travelodge Southampton Central Hotel puts the best of Southampton at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We stayed on the third (last) floor, for one night only (gladly!). The room was way too hot even though the T outside wasn't that hot. We had to sleep with the window open, which means noise from the street in this central location. I cannot imagine sleeping there in hot summer days. Obviously, no air con. The results was a very poor and rather short sleep. The shower head was very weak in pressure and the shower drain nearly blocked.
Arrived around 1130 am no parking had to use local car park at exorbitant rates 60p for 30 mins. Eventually got parked, wasn’t allowed to book in till 3pm. When got to room we paid for their upgraded room what a joke base of bed was thread bear stained carpet bathroom was tiny, hardly any room to sit on the loo, toilet button didn’t work. Our room looked out onto the alley and that’s all you could see were rats running around. Maybe they need a visit from environmental health. We had booked a meal deal what a waste of money all meals were microwaved, cheap burgers dessert was still frozen when it came out. Breakfast was basic if you don’t mind cheap bacon and sausage you’ll be ok. Worst was to come the following morning got out of bed and found a maggot in the bed. Showed reception who couldn’t understand a word of what you said. Needless to say we won’t be returning very poor service, only one young lady who served us in the evening was pleasant. Stay away from room 325…
Well priced and convenient. Good unlimited breakfast an extra. Good parking, free with a blue badge, otherwise reduced price. A serious stressful drawback the key cards were constantly failing, sometimes after 60 tries did not work. This was a staff problem as well. I had 3 replacements but very unreliable. The staff with the exception of Manager very friendly and helpful. No dog friendly public rooms. No notice to this effect and bar/restaurant.
This was an absolutely horrible experience. No place to leave your luggage which is of upmost importance to someone who went to run a marathon. We cannot run with our bags. Light in the bathroom would have given an epileptic an attack (blinking constantly). Other light over the bed did not work. And to top it off, extremely rude and dismissive staff.
We stayed in the Southampton Central for 2 nights whilst we visited Paultons Park. We had read that parking was limited in the car park, but limited should not be used to describe the parking. The car park fits 12/15 cars in a hotel with over 300 rooms which is rediculous. We managed to park the car in the nearby Eastgate multistorey which in all honesty felt dingy and unsafe but we had no other option. Fortunately the car park is locked from midnight until 5.30 so offers a little bit of safety. The room itself was small and basic. We were situated on the ground floor but facing the rear of the hotel, was noisy at times and overlooking families of rats. We were next to the stairwell to the other floors so could hear the doors going constantly as people got in from their nights out from 11pm - 3am. Why they cannot make quiet shutting doors I'll never know! Breakfast again was basic, food being kept warm so was dried out. They ran out of tomato sauce on the first morning too. The staff weren't the friendliest, no pleasantries or good morning. When speaking to them, I felt like I was interupting them and putting them out. In fact when checking out they didn't not say a word. Which even my children recognised as being rude and commented on. Overall a disappointing stay.…