Travelodge Hotels (Asia) Pte. Ltd.

Travelodge Hotels (Asia) Pte. Ltd.

Booth No. E075

Headquartered in Singapore, Travelodge Hotels (Asia) Pte. Ltd. ("TLA"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of SGX-listed ICP Ltd, is responsible for the management, franchising and rapid expansion of Travelodge hotels across Asia. Globally, Travelodge is a renowned, iconic global brand with over 80 years of heritage and success. Today, there are over 1,000 Travelodge-branded hotels across North America, Europe, Australasia and Asia.

TLA offers clients, owners and partners a wide range of services including wholesale and business contracting, hotel management, hotel management consultation, franchise, distribution partners and sales and marketing services.

TLA ignites a passion for travel amongst its staff and guests and single-mindedly focused on expanding its midscale Travelodge hotel brand across Asia. Its rapid expansion has earned Travelodge the reputation of being the fastest growing midscale brand in Asia, after launching 9 new Travelodge Hotels in less than 2 years.

TLA currently operates hotels in the popular gateway cities that travellers love to go namely, Hong Kong, Seoul, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Pattaya. TLA has set its sight on expanding the Travelodge brand footprint across Asia to reach 50 hotels by 2025, supported by a strong pipeline of new hotel openings in South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Malaysia, so its loyal guests can Travelodge The World.

Travelodge hotels are thoughtfully designed around the needs of its business and leisure traveller guests. Travelodge hotels are always located in the centre of the action, so you feel the real pulse of the city and the nearby key attractions and public transport. Travelodge hotels are excellent at the essentials, which include a dream quality sleep, comfortable bed and room, and no-frills essential amenities.







10 Anson Rd, International Plaza #29-07
79903 Singapore

Product Groups

  • Hotels/hotel chains
  • Travel Management Companies