Travelodge Bath Waterside, Bath, review | The Sun

One of three Travelodges in the city, the Bath Waterside hotel has the best views over the canal.

Read on to find out more about the rooms and the food.

Where is Travelodge Bath Waterside?

The hotel sits a short walk from the main attractions and just a six-minute walk from Bath spa train station.

If you're driving, then you're in luck as it is one of the cheapest places to park in Bath – it costs just £8 for 24 hours.

What is Travelodge Bath Waterside like?

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It's the most affordable spot when visiting the city for a staycation, and staff were very friendly, so it's a great place for a budget break.

The car park is cheap but everything else costs with 24 hours of WiFi for £3 while bringing dogs costs £20.

What is there to do at Travelodge Bath Waterside?

Bath's top attractions are all a short walk or taxi ride away like the Roman baths, Jane Austen Centre and the Theatre Royal.

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Stay during the summer months to make the most of Bath Fringe in July and the Jane Austen Festival in September.

What is there to eat and drink at Travelodge Bath Waterside?

The on-site restaurant's dinner deal includes two courses for £12.95, with a huge menu including burgers and pizzas as well as classics such as curries and pies.

Save room for dessert as the knickerbocker glory is huge.

There are lots of restaurants a short walk away in central Bath if you fancy eating out, including a nearby Prezzo, Nandos and Franco Manca.

Make sure to book the hotel breakfast though – it's unlimited for £8.99 with hot breakfasts including a Full English along with cold pastries and cereals.

Families will be pleased to hear that kids eat free too.

What are the rooms like at Travelodge Bath Waterside?

The rooms are basic, ranging from twin/doubles with king-size beds to family rooms for four, although the hotel is to undergo a huge renovation this year.

Each room has a Freeview TV and tea-making station, as well as an en-suite with shower, towels and toiletries included.

If you want a treat upgrade to one of the 30 SuperRooms for a Lavazza coffee machine, hairdryers and blackout curtains, which are found on the 'quieter' floors.

How much is Travelodge Bath Waterside?

Rooms start from £38 a night. Click here to book.

Is the Travelodge Bath Waterside family friendly?

It's super family friendly with kids menus and family rooms that sleep three or four.

Is there access for guests with disabilities?

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Yes, there are accessible rooms that come with accessible bathrooms and handrails.

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