Slash the cost of hotel stays
This is a full checklist of one-off promotions. For a step-by-step guide to permanently getting the cheapest hotel prices, see the Cheap Hotels guide. Also check out Cheap Train & Coach Deals and Cheap Days Out.
0 Current Deals
Budget hotel chain Travelodge has released more than one million rooms for £29 or less per night, for stays between Sat 4 Jul and Thu 31 Dec. There's no code needed - the £29 rooms are available online across various locations and dates, so it may be trial and error trying to find them.
There are currently 62 Travelodges open across the UK and from Mon 6 Jul, a further 68 hotels will reopen. After this, Travelodge says it's planning to open about 100 hotels a week until all 500+ are reopened. The offer's not available for hotels in Northern Ireland, Ireland or Spain.
What safety measures are in place?
Travelodge has developed a Travelodge Protect + programme which it says helps ensure that safety and social distancing measures are in place. It includes enhanced cleaning and hygiene procedures throughout its hotels, protective screens at reception and PPE for staff members, contactless payments and checkout, and a new version of it's 'breakfast box', as restaurants and buffet breakfast services will be closed.
As there'll be limitations in place and you'll need to think about whether you feel safe sharing a space with other guests, it's worth considering if staying in a hotel is the best option - you may prefer to book a holiday rental instead, for instance.
Don't assume Travelodge will be the cheapest, even during this offer. Compare prices and see our Hotels Guide to ensure you're getting the best deal.
If you're not already a member, sign up to Secret Escapes via a special link on VoucherCodes* to get £25 free credit to spend towards a hotel stay. This is an ongoing offer for new customers only and requires a minimum spend of £100 before the credit can be applied.
Secret Escapes specialises in luxury hotels worldwide and it says it has 'members-only rates'. An example of a decent saving we found was a one-night stay for two at The Cavendish, London for £129 (£154 without the £25 discount). The next cheapest price we found for the same stay was £172 through Booking.com.
Don't assume you'll be getting the best price though, even with the £25 discount. Go on Trivago* and TravelSupermarket* to check you can't get your stay cheaper elsewhere. We've noticed you can be charged an up to £20 booking fee with Secret Escapes, so find out the absolute total before price comparing.
We're awaiting confirmation from Secret Escapes on whether the credit works on all hotels listed on the site, but from what we can see it does.
See our Cheap Hotels guide for more MoneySaving tips.