Travelodge with parking at Airparks near Birmingham Airport
Sometimes, all you want from an airport hotel is a comfortable bed and a good meal, so why pay extra for bells and whistles you don't need? This package includes a night's stay in the Birmingham airport Travelodge before your flight, with parking at the nearby Park Mark-approved Airparks car park and a transfer bus to the airport, at a price you can't argue with. What else do you need?
Hotel Address Terminal Road,
Directions to Hotel - Leave the M42 at junction 6 and take the A45 towards Birmingham for about 1.7 miles.
- Turn right at the traffic lights onto Terminal Road and the hotel is on the right.
Hotel Facilities a cafe/bar and wifi access at Â£5 for an hour, or Â£10 for 24 hours.
Room Facilities All rooms at the Birmingham airport Travelodge have an en suite bathroom with towels, a television, wifi internet access and all you need to make tea and coffee. Additional items are available from reception, including an ironing board and iron, a hairdryer and extra pillows, sheets and towels.
Leisure Facilities There are no leisure facilities.
Restaurant Details The Travelodge's on-site cafe serves burgers, pizza, curry, fish and chips and other favourites, with prices starting from Â£6.75, and regular offers and specials to keep your wallet happy as well as your stomach.
The hotel's cafe doubles as a bar and can provide a selection of wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks until 1am.
Disabled Facilities The hotel has disabled rooms. Each disabled room has a vibrating pillow and a wet room.
Transfer Information Park in the hotel's car park overnight. Then in the morning drive to Airparks where your car will stay while you're away. Once you've parked, hop on one of the blue transfer buses to the airport. Buses run every 25 minutes, 24-hours a day an take just 14 minutes. Transfers are included in the price and you can even use free wifi while you're on board.
Buses operate 24-hours a day, and between 03:00 and 23:55 they run every 25 minutes. Outside of these times, the bus runs when it's needed. The buses lower to the curb to accommodate wheelchair users and so it's easier to get on and off.