Visitors to White Cliffs Country - Deal, Dover and Sandwich - who are looking for handy new accommodation and a budget hotel can enjoy the comfort and convenience of a brand new Travelodge in Sandwich.
Travelodge is the first branded hotel to open in Sandwich - an historic Cinque Port, the capital of Kent's Golf Coast and a perfectly preserved medieval town. The budget hotel has opened at Discovery Park, Sandwich, the leading science park in Kent where pharmaceutical giant Pfizer together with other health science companies are located. Sandwich Travelodge offers new accommodation options for leisure visitors to White Cliffs Country as well as business travellers.
Sandwich Travelodge has 75 rooms, all featuring the bespoke luxurious king-size Travelodge Dreamer bed (produced by Sleepeezee, who hold a Royal Warrant from HRH The Prince of Wales). The Travelodge Dreamer bed sits within a mood lighting surround and has spacious bedside shelves with double charging ports. All family rooms include two individual beds for children.
The rooms also feature a modern en-suite bathroom, power shower, comfort cooling (for personalised room temperature), a 32 inch Freeview TV, complementary in-room tea & coffee making facilities and access to Wifi.
The Bar Café at Sandwich Travelodge offers a value breakfast & dinner menu and a bar service with a range of aperitifs such as a gin menu, a broad range of red & white wines, Prosecco and champagne. Travelodge’s breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, available with social distancing measures in place, include an Unlimited Breakfast at just £8.75 - and for each paying adult, two children eat for free. Travelodge has great dinner menu meal deals - adults can eat a delicious main course plus a side dish or dessert for just £12.25 and Travelodge’s kids’ menu offers 3 courses and a drink for only £6.25.
Travelodge is the first branded hotel to open in Sandwich
The new hotel in White Cliffs Country has been styled in the company’s contemporary brand design, which has been created by business and leisure customers and which features family, double and accessible rooms from £29 that are available to book now.
Sandwich Travelodge also features the company’s multimillion pound Covid-19 safety and social distance programme, called TravelodgeProtect+.
To celebrate the launch of the new hotel in White Cliffs Country, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held at Sandwich Travelodge where the Chairman of Dover District Council, Cllr Mike Conolly, The Mayor of Sandwich, Cllr Paul Graeme and Travelodge Chief Property & Development Officer, Steve Bennett officially opened the hotel.
Cllr Michael Conolly, the Chairman of Dover District Council, said: “We’re delighted to see Travelodge opening in Sandwich. It’s the perfect location to discover Sandwich, its world-class links golf courses, and the wider area. The hotel will also be popular with business travellers, located close to Discovery Park which is home to a growing number of major international companies. It’s great to see Travelodge continuing to see opportunities to invest in the district following the opening of the Travelodge at St James Dover in 2018.”
Cllr Paul Graeme M.B.E., The Right Worshipful Mayor of Sandwich, said: “I am delighted that Sandwich will have the 593rd Travelodge at Discovery Park. Its presence will assist the growth of Discovery Park and the business and commerce sector in Sandwich and East Kent. The new Travelodge will be a welcome addition to the tourist offer in East Kent and particularly in Sandwich, which of course is a fantastic destination whose history and tourism offers are unique.”
Steve Bennett, Travelodge Chief Property & Development Officer said:
“We are delighted to open Sandwich’s first branded hotel and our 17th Travelodge hotel in Kent. Sandwich Travelodge will be a great addition to the town and will certainly help attract new visitors to the area. As we look to the future, Kent is going from strength to strength, especially as more Britons are holidaying at home and this trend is set to continue. Kent is a top Staycation destination, however there still remains a need for good quality and low cost accommodation in the county and we want to fill this growing gap."