Travelodge have released a hilarious list of the most bizarre questions they've heard at hotels in Liverpool.

Following the lifting of all Covid-19 restrictions earlier this year, Travelodge said they had "experienced a stampede of customers checking into its hotels across all corners of the UK this summer including Liverpool".

With so many people enjoying a Great British Staycation in 2021, a high volume of Travelodge hotel teams received interesting requests and questions – especially around place names, local dishes, customs and traditions across the regions.

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Over the past year, staff at Travelodge has collected a list of the oddest questions asked by guests during their stay in the city.

One guest at Liverpool Central Exchange Street Travelodge asked: "Can you arrange for Jürgen Klopp to pop over for breakfast as a surprise for my husband?"

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A guest at the Liverpool Docks Travelodge asked if they need their passport to go through the Mersey Tunnel.

While another wanted to know the best time to see the Liver Birds and another becoming very confused with one word in particular and asked: "At what time can I see the fairies cross the Mersey?"

A guest at The Strand Travelodge asked if staff could "tell the seagulls to be quiet", and another guest at the Edge Lane Travelodge asked: "What super powers does the Super Lamb Banana have?"

Some, were hopefully joking when they asked workers at the Stoneycroft Travelodge: "Do I need to wear rollers in my hair when shopping at Liverpool One?"

Or another at John Lennon Airport Travelodge said: "Can you record a voice message on my phone as I love the Scouse accent?"

And a guest at Liverpool Central Travelodge asked: "Can you arrange for a ferry to take us to Manchester for the day?"

While staff at the Aigburth Travelodge raised a few eyebrows when they were asked: "Where can I buy a Liverpool Tart for my husband?"

Shakila Ahmed, Travelodge Spokeswoman 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 eight hotels in Liverpool.

"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 Liverpool Central The Strand Travelodge hotel team being asked to ‘tell the seagulls to be quiet."

Travelodge's most bizarre requests
Travelodge's most bizarre requests

Elsewhere around the country, one customer asked where Welsh Rarebits live, and when might be the best time to see them, while another wanted to know what time the snake comes out on Snake Pass in Derbyshire.

Another customer staying at Manchester Trafford Travelodge asked whether Manchester Caviar ‘is imported from Russia’.

Travelodge hotel staff also received a host of interesting room requests. This included a guest staying at York Central Travelodge asking the receptionist to come and sing in the room next door to his allocated room in order to check that he had received a ‘quiet room’.

The hotel team at Newcastle Quayside Travelodge 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.

Further down south, a guest checking into St Austell Travelodge requested a room with a large south facing window so that they could be flooded with light at dawn to recharge their aura.

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