Travelodge is opening new hotels in Spain with family rooms from £34

Travelodge is launching a brand new line up of hotels in Spain with the same bargain prices as its UK branches.

The chain announced this week that it is expanding its Spanish business by taking over the Villa de Coslada hotel in Madrid.

When the hotel is open for business, guests will be able to bag a family room for the night for £34 – working out at £8.50pp.

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The 78-room hotel features an on-site restaurant, bar and car-park and is Coslada’s main hotel, situated close to the Civitas Metropolitano Stadium, IFEMA Convention Center and the airport.

There's more good news for bargain hunters, as the budget hotel chain is also looking to open hotels in hotspots such as Barcelona, Madrid, Alicante, Bilbao, Granada, Malaga, Palma, Seville and Valencia.

The hotel will be renamed Travelodge Madrid Coslada Aeropuerto and the group will invest approximately £880k in acquiring the lease and refurbishing the hotel.

Work to bring the Villa de Coslada up to Travlodge's 'budget-luxe' standard will begin in May 2023 .

The hotel will remain open during this period with an official opening scheduled for this summer.

It will be Travelodge's sixth hotel in Spain, and its third Travelodge in Madrid – the group also operates two hotels in Barcelona and one in Valencia.

Steve Bennett, Travelodge, chief property and development officer, said: “We are delighted to launch our Spanish expansion programme by acquiring the lease of the NH Villa de Coslada hotel in Madrid and appointing Aldaba Partners to help us grow our business across Spain.

"The Spanish hotel market is growing at pace with demand exceeding supply and we want to take this opportunity to take the Travelodge brand to new business and leisure locations across Spain."

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