Travelodge Bath Waterside, Bath, review

One of three Travelodges in the city, Bath Waterside Hotel offers the best views across the canal.

Read on to learn more about the rooms and food.

It is the cheapest place when visiting the city for a stay


It is the cheapest place when visiting the city for a stayPhoto credit: Travelodge

Where is Travelodge Bath Waterside located?

The hotel is just a short walk from the main attractions and just a six minute walk from Bath Spa train station.

If you’re driving, you’re in luck as it’s one of the cheapest car parks in Bath – it’s only £8 for 24 hours.

How is the Travelodge Bath Waterside?

It’s the cheapest place to stay when visiting the city for a short break and the staff was very friendly, so it’s a great place for a budget vacation.

Parking is cheap but everything else is 24hr wifi for £3 while bringing dogs is £20.

What activities are there at the Travelodge Bath Waterside?

Bath’s main attractions are all just a short walk or taxi ride away roman baths, Jane Austen Center and the Theater Royal.

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

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

The in-house restaurant’s dinner menu is two courses for £12.95, with a huge menu that includes burgers and pizzas as well as classics like curries and pies.

Leave room for dessert because the knickerbocker splendor is huge.

If you wish to dine out, there are plenty of restaurants within a short walk in the center of Bath including nearby Prezzo, Nandos and Franco Manca.

Be sure to book the hotel breakfast though – it’s unlimited for £8.99 and includes cooked breakfasts, including full English breakfasts, as well as cold pastries and cereals.

Families will be happy to know that kids eat free, too.

What are the rooms like at Travelodge Bath Waterside?

Rooms are basic, ranging from twin/doubles with king beds to family rooms that sleep four, though the hotel is undergoing a major renovation this year.

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

If you want something special, upgrade to one of the 30 SuperRooms, located on the “quieter” floors, with Lavazza coffeemakers, hairdryers, and blackout curtains.

How much is Travelodge Bath Waterside?

Room rates start from £38 per night. Click here book.

Is the Travelodge Bath Waterside family friendly?

It’s super family-friendly with kids’ menus and family rooms for three or four people.

Is there access for disabled guests?

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Yes, there are accessible rooms that have accessible bathrooms and handrails.

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Rooms are basic, though the hotel is undergoing a major renovation this year


Rooms are basic, though the hotel is undergoing a major renovation this yearPhoto credit: Travelodge

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