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Stayed here as part of a tour and it was probably one of the nicer hotels of the entire trip. We were generally staying in budget hotels and this was the only one that didn’t smell of stale smoke. Everything seemed fairly new and very...More
A decent nights sleep to be had here in a no frills budget hotel. The breakfast is served on a prison style tray with the most unappetising breakfast I’ve ever seen. I just skipped it and headed for the coffee.
We spent 3 nights in the hotel.
Room: The room was a standard Ibis room. It was medium size with a comfortable bed.
Cleanliness: OK (not that I go looking) however for a non-smoking room there were smoke stains on the ceiling.
Aircon: Worked well...More
The Ibis hotel chain is pretty standard stuff. The location of this one is within the old city walls, and it is in walking distance (admittedly, a healthy walk) of the Bell Tower area where there are lots of interesting foodstalls to try out. Or...More
I stayed here for 2 nights.
The hotel is what you would expect from an Ibis hotel; Affordable and good standard. Do have realistic expectations of the room or facilities considering the price, and you won't be disappointed. Rooms are compact, nice and clean, with...More
Response from Piggiesnorter | Reviewed this property |
Definitely a bus. It is a straight road for the train station. Call hotel for which bus to catch, from memory there are 3. Taxis take you the LONG ROUTE and are rude. Bus fare is equivalent to 20p, taxi£10.