Travelodge York Central is located at 90 Piccadilly, York YO1 9NX, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Travelodge York Central and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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holly gloss

3 Google Rating

The public areas were clean and staff were helpful and friendly. Our room was clean, albeit dark wit

3/ 5

The public areas were clean and staff were helpful and friendly. Our room was clean, albeit dark with a strong smell of cleaning products. Someone had kicked the bathroom door down at some point and the holes had been repaired but it didn't add much to the overall feel of the room! However, it was the cheapest hotel for our dates and it's well located, with most attractions just nearby. The only negative is that the car park is quite a walk away and you only get 30% discount from being a hotel guest.

Mark Clegg

2 Google Rating

It's not good. Staff are welcoming but your there for the room. Its simple accommodation . That's al

2/ 5

It's not good. Staff are welcoming but your there for the room. Its simple accommodation . That's all. The issue we had was the noise from the pub underneath the hotel and also hearing every word of people in ajoining rooms. I would not stay there again.

Amanda Spooner

4 Google Rating

Great location to stay for a short city break if you're out most of the day exploring and just need

4/ 5

Great location to stay for a short city break if you're out most of the day exploring and just need somewhere to sleep. Handy pub next door for refreshments too

Rose Cornes

5 Google Rating

Very nice accommodation. Pleasant staff on front desk. Nice and close to town centre.

5/ 5

Very nice accommodation. Pleasant staff on front desk. Nice and close to town centre.

jayne brooks

4 Google Rating

Very polite staff. Rooms nice and clean. Value for money 💰. No on site parking . The car park is

4/ 5

Very polite staff. Rooms nice and clean. Value for money 💰. No on site parking . The car park is a short walk locked gates. Key entry. Quite expensive..

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