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Sunday, 20 February 2011

Travelodge lost and found: Porsche 911, World War II medals - HORSE!

A diamond Rolex watch, a set of World War II medals, wedding dress and horse – just some of the items that were left at a Travelodge hotel during 2008.

The budget hotel company, which has 7 million guests checking in every year, has revealed some of the more bizarre things that visitors have managed to leave behind.

A pet lizard called Humphrey was found abandoned in a room at the Glasgow hotel, while a wedding dress was hung up behind the door of the bathroom and forgotten by the bride and groom, who spent their wedding night at the Hatfield Travelodge.

Perhaps the most bizarre lost-and-found item was a show jumping horse, left in his trailer in the car park at the Droitwich hotel.

The owners, apparently, were 30 minutes into their journey home before they remembered that they had left the animal.

The company is famed for its low-cost business model – guests get one small towel each, a sliver of soap and no other luxuries in return for rock bottom prices. However, the company says that increasingly affluent guests, especially executives travelling on business, are now using the hotel to cut down costs

Toni Morris-Ditty, Travelodge Regional Operations Director said; "Each year our Lost and Found departments provide plenty of revelations and demonstrate what a cross section of people stay with us.

"2008 findings emphasise how many cash rich customers regularly stay with us. With money tighter for everyone this year, we are seeing more people than ever switching to us from upmarket hotels."