We were a family group of seven needing an inexpensive one night stopover before driving on to our holiday destination. We were greeted by a lovely friendly lady at the desk, and the rooms were functional, clean and comfortable. Breakfast for about £6 was the usual selection of breads, cheese, yogurts, cereals etc. No cold meats, but you would not leave hungry! A coffee and a croissant in town would cost more. The location on the outskirts of town would be known to anyone booking, and we ate well at the Buffalo Grill, about five minutes drive west along the dual carriageway. (Please note it gets very busy, so book or eat early!). We have given a rating of 5 stars based on what can be reasonably expected of facilities which are held out as being 'budget'. It provides exactly what can be expected for less than £40 per night room only, and we would happily stay again.…
I have stayed in Ibis budget hotels many times on my travels through France. I have never stayed in one like this, it is situated on an industrial estate. There are no food outlets within easy walking distance. Would not recommend a stay here.
There is more to staying in a hotel than the accommodations. This Budget offers all the basics, BUT the couple managing the place was not professional-locked door and not at front desk during hours, and stingy breakfast, nothing was fresh!
Very nice hotel, just outside the city, nice restaurant 600m up the road beyond the roundabout, very clean, good value, reasonable breakfast too, couldn't ask for more really, amused by the number of molehills in the lawn
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