As we know Travelodge is perfect for an overnight stay in a city whether it's for work or play, but thanks to a new room renovation, it's become a place that's more comfortable than convenient.
The new room design was created by Travelodge customers, by taking part in feedback. They stated they wanted an inviting, functional, warm, relaxing environment with the main focus of the room being an extremely comfortable bed.
It's safe to say that they've done exactly this.
I stayed at the Southwark Travelodge in London and not only did the room surpass my expectations but the friendly staff too. They're welcoming, accommodating and always around for on-hand help.
The new room colour was chosen with the help of a chromotherapy expert and the tranquil blue helps to get the best night's sleep possible. The colour also works to make the room look bigger, more light and airy. With cream walls to reflect the gentle morning sunlight that helps you to wake up feeling refreshed and alert.
Frances Whitely, Travelodge in-house interior designer, said: "It has been great working with our customers to design a purpose built room for them. Interestingly a key learning we learnt were customers now want a high level of coordination between colours, shades, patterns and features. They are no longer happy with everything being the same colour.
"Tastes are also moving away from dark shades, today hotel users want a clean, fresh and bright colour scheme which they find uplifting and energising upon waking up from a good night's sleep. The number one requirement from our customers was a good quality luxurious bed."
And the bed definitely was the highlight of the room. The kingsize design and quality mattress ensure you won't be bothered my a moving partner - but one thing I will mention, it does make it a little harder leaving it in the morning.
Travelodge have managed to create rooms that people will want to stay in with the convenience that we all strive to have in everyday life too.
These brand new rooms will be in the newly built buildings and those that are already established will see renovations throughout the branches, with 80% of them being completed by Autumn 2014.
These new rooms are something you should definitely be trying out.