Travelodge to spend £450,000 upgrading two hotels in Northampton

Travelodge are spending �450,000 upgrading two hotels in Northampton
Travelodge are spending �450,000 upgrading two hotels in Northampton

Travelodge is spending £450,000 upgrading its two hotels in Northampton.

The hotels in Round Spinney and Wootton are to receive a make-over this year, as part of a nationwide £100 million brand modernisation programme.

The revamp at Northampton Round Spinney will receive a complete make-over which includes a new room design which has been created by Travelodge customers. Work is expected to be completed in winter 2015.

Travelodge Northampton Wootton, a 51-room hotel on London Road, will also be refitted later this year.

The biggest investment in the new room is an upgraded new luxury king size bed called the Travelodge Dreamer which is used predominately by luxury hotels worldwide.

The bed includes a 952 pocket sprung mattress and each individual spring is designed to follow the natural contour of an individual’s body in order to provide the correct amount of support and comfort to ensure they receive a good quality night’s sleep.

In addition truckle beds have been installed into family rooms offering children their own individual bed.

As part of the refurbishment programme, hotel reception and Bar Café areas will also be updated too.

Cherly Charlesworth, Northampton Round Spinney Travelodge Hotel Manager said: “We are well underway with our plans to build new Travelodge. We’re investing more than £100 million on modernising our hotels for our customers and it is great news that our Northampton Travelodge hotels are to benefit.

“Last year, we enjoyed double digit growth due to the rise in business and leisure customers in Northampton switching to us. Our new modernised hotel will ensure that we continue to grow sales and become the favourite hotel for value in the area.”