“A key player in local regeneration and growth programmes” as well as creating jobs and attracting visitors.
Travelodge has announced plans to open 300 new cheap hotels in the UK in what represents a £3billion investment – and that includes 120 new destinations for the brand.
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Travelodge has revealed plans to open 300 new hotels across the UK, in what would represent a £3billion project for the brand and its third party investors.
The budget hotel chain announced today that it has reached out to 220 Local Authorities across Britain as it starts its search for the new hotel sites.
In a letter to the organisations, the company has said that its hotels have already boosted different regions and been “a key player in their local regeneration and growth programmes” as well as creating jobs and attracting visitors.
The chain is also targeting over 120 towns which do not currently have a Travelodge hotel, such as Ripon, Lichfield and Cromer.
With the new 300 hotels being proposed, it estimates that around 9,000 jobs would be created as part of the project.
Travelodge remains a firm favourite with Brits looking for cheap stays. The company already has over 500 hotels around the UK, and often hosts sales with rooms going from £35 or less.