A hotel in the centre of Northampton which opened four years ago has undergone a major refurbishment.
Northampton Central Travelodge, in Gold Street, has been revamped as part of a nationwide project by the company at a total cost of £137 million.
A spokesman said: “The new look Travelodge style has been developed over a 12-month period by the company’s business and leisure customers.
“The biggest change is the new look room which has been designed in a modern contemporary style and offers customers everything they need for a comfortable stay.
“The biggest investment in the room is the Travelodge Dreamer bed, which has been designed exclusively for Travelodge by royal warrant holders Sleepeezee. This type of bed is predominately found across the world in four / five star hotels.
“The Travelodge Dreamer also features a unique benefit of housing two space saving comfy truckle beds within its base. When the beds are in use the base can be used for storing luggage, providing extra space in the room. The truckle beds have been designed to replace the traditional sofa bed, and provide an enhanced service for families staying in the room.
“The room also features a sleep inducing colour palette in a tranquil blue and relaxing cream, as well as stylish swoosh stripes on the curtains.”
Cheryl Charlesworth, hotel manager at Northampton Central Travelodge, said: “We are delighted that our hotel has benefitted from this investment. It has totally transformed the hotel, and feedback from our customers has been outstanding. Business and leisure customers love the new modern look of the hotel and the contemporary rooms. There is no doubt that the hero of the room is the Travelodge Dreamer bed.”