Travelodge is continuing with the refurbishment of its London hotels with the Wembley and Marylebone properties due to undergo facelifts costing a combined £2 million.
The refurbishment of the two hotels is part of a £57 million investment programme across the Travelodge group, including £9 million on improving the company’s London properties.
Travelodge’s Wembley property has 176 rooms and was formerly a Holiday Inn Express. The £1.1 million refit will include a redesigned restaurant and public areas. The work will take three months during which time the hotel will operate as normal.
The 92-room Marylebone Travelodge, which was previously a Ramada hotel, will undergo a £800,000 facelift which is expected to take six weeks.