QUOTE(Maizie @ Jul 4 2012, 09:19 AM)
Am looking at cheap hotels prices in case of a training course at work later in the year.
If I go to the nearish Travelodge and book a four night stay, it offers me 59.50 per night.
However, if I book four separate one night stays, I can get the saver-rate for one night stays and get the room from 19.00 per night (different rates for the different nights).
I wonder if I book as four separate nights whether I really have to check in/out four times, and clear out of my room each morning and book in to a new one each afternoon...!
I doubt that you would have to change rooms. Its just the way their systems are set up.
I often find that 'expensive' hotels work out cheaper than 'budget' hotels, especially when you consider that Travel Lodge, Premier Inn, et al
do not provide breakfast.
(Equally, I have often found cheaper First Class rail tickets than standard for the same journey on the same train, simply because nobody would think of looking at First if they wanted to save money.)
The last time I stayed in London (at short notice) I got a night at the Copthorne for 94 GBP including breakfast. The cheapest Premier Inn, which was further away from my meeting, was 122 GBP.
Try one of the hotel booking websites to see what you can get.