A cockatoo called Brexit, a glass eye, a five foot tall chocolate Easter bunny and a gallon of water from Loch Ness were among the items left behind in Travelodge hotels last year.
The budget hotel chain said there had been a growing trend of pets being left in rooms, including fish and two Persian cats along with the politically-named bird.
A royal enthusiast from Houston, in the US who was staying at the London City Travelodge had to make a return journey from Heathrow Airport and buy a new airline ticket when she left behind her much treasured Meghan Markle replica wedding dress.
Other unusual items included a bottle of vintage champagne, a chest of semi-precious stones and a Coutts cheque book and account card.
And a cheerleading team in Manchester managed to leave behind a case of pom-poms ahead of a national competition.
Shakila Ahmed, from Travelodge, said: “Interestingly as we have more business customers staying with us than ever before, we have seen a rise this year in important business papers, valuable items and lucky charms being left behind in our hotels.”