Hotel Staff Name Weirdest Requests They Receive – ‘Afternoon Tea with the Pandas’ | Travel News | Travel

Travelodge has had its annual audit of bizarre requests. And the company has compiled the 25 most bizarre requests its teams have had over the past year.

There are no stupid questions, but there are some very weird requests.

With millions of travelers passing through its 582 hotels across the UK, Travelodge staff are bound to receive unusual requests.

A guest asked where the Welsh Rarebit lived and when was the best time to see it.

Another needed information about the Snake Pass snake in Derbyshire.

Shakila Ahmed, spokesperson for Travelodge, said: “Following the lifting of all Covid-19 restrictions earlier this year, we have seen a significant increase in bookings at our 582 Travelodge hotels in the UK.

“With more Britons holidaying on British shores than ever before, our hotel teams have also received a large number of interesting inquiries and questions, particularly relating to place names, local dishes, customs and traditions in the British regions.

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“Wherever possible, our hotel teams will go above and beyond to help guests who enjoy a good challenge.

“However, some requests are out of their control, like hosting afternoon tea with the pandas, making a shooting star appear at 10 p.m., playing a part in Emmerdale, and making the seagulls sing instead of scream!”

Weirdest customer requests

“Where is the best place to dig oil in Aberdeen? – Aberdeen Central Justice Mill Lane Travelodge

“Where can I buy a tasty Liverpool pie for my husband? – Liverpool Exchange Street Travelodge

“Can you arrange for us an afternoon tea with the pandas at Edinburgh Zoo?” – Edinburgh Central Travelodge Plus

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“Can you get me a part in Emmerdale when we come to Leeds?” – Central Leeds Travelodge

“Can you sing in the next room so I can check I have a quiet room?” – York Central Travelodge

“What time does the snake come out on Snake Pass?” – Glossop Travelodge

“Can I get a room with a south facing window as I need sunlight to recharge my aura first thing in the morning?” -St Austell Travelodge

“Where does the Welsh Rarebit live? And when is the best time to see it? – Rhyl Travelodge

“Can you arrange for a Roman soldier to pick us up from the station in his chariot?” – Chester Travelodge

“Can you put a kiddie pool in my room so my pet fish can have a spacious bed for the night?” – Newcastle Quayside Travelodge

“Is Manchester Caviar imported from Russia?” – Central Manchester Travelodge

“Can you make a shooting star pass over the beach at 10 p.m. when I take my wife for a romantic walk on the beach?” – Travelodge Blackpool Southshore

“Can you make six necklaces out of £50 and £20 notes? I need these for my son’s wedding. – Solihull Travelodge

“Can you arrange for my wife to meet Paddington Bear when we catch our train tonight from Paddington Station? She has loved Paddington since she was a child. – Marylebone Central London Travelodge

“Can you ask the seagulls to sing instead of scream?” – Brighton Seaside Travelodge

“Can you arrange 12 gondolas to take my wedding party there?” – Birmingham Central Moor Street Travelodge

“Can you bring me some blue sod to take home?” -Bristol Filton Travelodge

“Can you please help me find my long lost nan who was born in Preston?” – Central Preston Travelodge

“Can you add a helipad on the roof of the hotel to make it easier for my boss to get to the hotel?” – London City Travelodge

“Is Leeds Bradford airport half in Leeds and the other half in Bradford?” – Bradford Travelodge

“Can you call my daughter and pretend to be the tooth fairy and let her know that £10 will be under her pillow tonight?” – Travelodge Nottingham Wollaton Park

“Can you record a voicemail on my phone cause I like the Scouse accent?” – Liverpool John Lennon Airport Travelodge

“Can you dress up as Santa Claus because I want to surprise my children?” – Bristol Avonmouth Travelodge

“Could you record my voicemail in a Sean Connery style?” – Edinburgh Cameron Toll Travelodge

“Can you record my voicemail in Tom Jones style?” – Cardiff Central Travelodge

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