Nothing massively wrong with the place but i think its overpriced for what it is. As someone else has said, satnavs will try and get you lost. I just ended up looking for the retail park and then found the hotel.
Staff were pretty good though a few issues at dinner but this was mainly due to quite a few people all seeming to turn up close together (me including) and ordering.
Rooms a bit dated and small, though the new Ibis bed is comfy (for me at least and i suffer with poor beds).
Reasonably quiet considering a busy road and even busier dual carriageway sandwich the hotel.
Would i stay again? Possibly if i can't get a decent price on the normal hotel i use which is closer to the business i am visiting, but would need to be a maximum of hat i paid this time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Ibis Plymouth hotel is located at the entrance to Plymouth, close to the A38 motorway and with easy access to the city centre, the airport and the university. Situated 7 km from the Tamar Science Park and the Convention Centre, the hotel is 45 minutes from the Eden Project and the beaches of Cornwall. Book one of our 52 rooms (separate to reception) and benefit from use of our restaurant, bar with a terrace area offering snacks 24hrs and private parking. WiFi Internet to cater for business guests. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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