Travelodge opens third Gatwick hotel

30 January 2014
Travelodge opens third Gatwick hotel

Travelodge has opened its third hotel at Gatwick airport.

Crawley Travelodge, on Pegler Way five miles from the airport. The £7m hotel has 110 rooms.

The new hotel includes king-size beds, while their colour palette has been developed with a chromotherapy expert to induce sleep. Walls have been painted blue to encourage a slow down in metabolism, which in turn promotes sleep.

Crawley Travelodge is being managed by Andrina Wooler who started working at Travelodge as a part-time night receptionist in 2008.

Wooler said: "I am so thrilled to be managing Crawley's first Travelodge hotel in such a prime location. There is a growing demand for good quality, low cost accommodation in the area, as getting value for money is hugely important for consumers in today's market. As a result, we are ideally placed to be the smart choice for business and leisure travellers.

"The hotel has got off to a flying start and there is no doubt that our new room design has had a great impact on sales. Customer feedback has been phenomenal, especially in relation to the Travelodge Dreamer Bed and the overall enhanced new experience."

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