Travelodge has revealed the most bizarre requests sent to hotels in the North East in the past year. 

'How long does my 24-hour parking last?' and 'Can you sing in the next room so I know my quiet room will be quiet?' were among some requests sent to Travelodge's hotel teams.

Travelodge has shared the most interesting requests sent to hotels up and down the country in 2021.

These are just some of the bizarre requests Travelodge hotel teams in the region have been asked by customers over the last 12 months

The top requests from customers staying in the North East include:

  • "Can you call my sister and pretend to be Ant or Dec and wish her a happy Birthday?" - Newcastle Quayside Travelodge
  • "Can you tell my wife that we have to sleep in separate rooms due to social distancing as she snores and keeps me awake?" - Newcastle Whitemare Pool Travelodge
  • "Can you look after my llama whilst I do some shopping?" - Sunderland High Street West Travelodge
  • "Can I get a water taxi to take me to Loch Ness?" - Newcastle Quayside Travelodge
  • "Can you record my voice message in your Geordie accent, I love it?" - Washington A1(M) Southbound Travelodge
  • "What song do the singing Hinnies sing?" - Newcastle Central Travelodge
  • "Does the Angel of the North ever visit the South?" - Gateshead Travelodge
  • "Can you call my children and pretend to be Santa and get them to do their homework?" - Newcastle Whitemare Travelodge

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Shakila Ahmed, spokeswoman for Travelodge, said: “Following the lifting of all Covid-19 restrictions earlier this year, we have experienced a significant increase in bookings across our 582 UK Travelodge hotels including our hotels in the North East.

"With more Britons holidaying on British shores than ever before our hotel teams have also received a high volume of interesting requests and questions especially around place names, local dishes, customs and traditions across the British regions.

"Where possible, our hotel teams will go above and beyond to help customers as they relish a good challenge.

"However, there are some requests beyond their control such as the hotel team at Newcastle Quayside Travelodge, who were surprised when a customer asked for a children’s paddling pool so that their pet fish could have a spacious bed for the night!”