The worst ibis otel I ever seen. We arrived there at 20:00 and even that late time the room was not cleaned. We were a group and all of the rooms was same. After that they gave us different room, it seems it was cleaned but not. They make very quick and cursory !! There is no refrigarator in the room.
We are family with two little kids. When we are arrive at the Hotel, we realized that the Hotel arranged two different rooms, one was at first floor and the other one was at fourth floor. We arrived at the the hotel at around 20:30. We were a group of visitors. We realized that all rooms arranged for our groups at first floor were not cleaned and prepared. It was the worst ibis hotel which I have ever stayed.
This Ibis Hotel is Ibis almost at its best. Comfortable beds, a spacious table and a spacious bathroom. Only problem I had.: The pillow was too wabbly for my head which therefore did not find a good support. Also: why not put 2 chairs in the room. why oblige the second person to sit on the bed? There is enough space for a second chair..
Hotel near the Road to the border of france. Prices for the food and beverage are good. Hotels rooms are small but clean. Good hotel for a night stop during traveling. Wifi is working well and parking is perfect
a modern, clean and well kept hotel. friendly reception staff and a good breakfast. Construction work nearby means a bit of a muddy car park but that should be finished soon. Excellent location just off on of the main autoroutes.
This hotel isn’t great, pluses are the beds are comfy and the room is clean and warm however that’s where it stops. The room we had was tiny, with just enough room to walk round the end of the beds and an open wardrobe with enough space to hang two coats. We asked for a twin room but the beds were right next to each other surrounded by fixed furniture so we couldn’t move them apart. There was no air con just a control on the wall that you switch on and it blows out hot air. You can open the window but it’s right by the road so noisy, we went to open the window the second night and it had been locked so was unable to get any fresh air at all. The soundproofing of the rooms was terrible, when next door closed their bathroom door it shook our wall, you could hear people walking round, talking and playing music all through the night and loud music woke us up early one morning. The bathroom is weird like a little plastic pod stuck in the corner of the room, the door doesn’t lock has a gap underneath and very echoey so not very private. The shower went cold three times whilst I was washing my hair, so not great. We stayed with a coach tour and our first morning at breakfast was awful, half the party couldn’t enter as they brought a handbag with them and were told they couldn’t eat in the restaurant with a handbag! The queue took about 15 minutes to get to the cold selection of food which was rather uninspiring and all the pastries had run out. The next morning was better however we took our plates off our tray and left the tray by the side of our table (to collect our used items afterwards) and a man came storming over rudely dumped another tray on our table insinuating that we weren’t going to clear our table after use which wasn’t the case. Quite frankly to have to clear your table in a restaurant in a hotel is rather insulting anyway but nevertheless we did. The location is ok if your passing through and driving but there’s no where to walk to from here. The last thing which was ridiculous was there was no entrance to the stairway inside meaning that if you arrived in a big group you had to wait an age for a lift. To use the stairs you had to go to a door on the outside of the building which for the first day was held open by an ashtray bin, however on our second day it was locked shut from the outside so we had no other option other than to use the lift which was rather frustrating. All in all not a great stay, wouldn’t recommended it, I have stayed in much better similar rated hotels than this Ibis. …
The hotel is what you would expect from an Ibis hotel. It is clean, simple, and without amenities such as a kettle in the room. The staff was not as friendly as I have experienced in other Ibis hotels, but I felt they may have been short-staffed at the time we were there. The breakfast was fresh and plentiful. The hotel itself was okay, but the area the hotel is in has nothing around it. It was perfectly fine for our needs, but it is not a hotel I would want to stay in as a tourist if I wanted to experience nightlife in the city.
As always the room was ready and all was in good order. The restaurant service was good and welcoming. I am always happy to stay here after a long drive. I a, always happy to be given a room on a higher floor as the views are better, even for a short stay.
I´ve stayed in a number of Ibis hotels and find them to be a reliable brand. Room comfort is consistent and quite adequate. The downsides – that include toilets that don´t flush and a wide-open internet connection that requires cumbersome daily resetting – are also consistent. All in all, it merits from me a solid “good” rating. Location is a different question altogether. This particular hotel sits 6 km from the French border in a smallish business park with a very limited choice of eateries. A major highway that runs at an arm´s length from the hotel makes keeping the window open, say at night, hardly an option due to the noise. Despite my having daily business in Luxembourg City, my contractor put me up at Ibis Luxemburg Sud because in comparison to the city hotels it was reasonably priced (well, by Luxemburg standards, that is). As I wasn´t driving, daily commuting proved to be a pain in the neck. The only form of public transportation is bus 195 that runs on a somewhat irregular schedule. Its stop is located within a 10-minute stroll from the hotel, which would be no big deal if one hadn´t to walk for some 300 meters on a busy two-lane roadway including crossing two access ramps to a major highway. Local drivers appeared to be a bit unnerved by my twice-daily act. Calling a taxi, of course, would be a civilized alternative, but it will set you down some 35 EUR in one direction. Due to the atrocious traffic congestion, the morning trip to the central railway station took me at least three quarters of an hour. Getting from and to the airport can also get pricey, a taxi would charge 60-80 EUR. I stuck to the buses which at 2 EUR was a bargain, though it took me close to three hours upon a Sunday afternoon arrival and some two hours for a weekday morning departure.…
Just off motorway, clean and comfortable enough for my 6 hours sleep. Driving after dinner from Strasbourg to Wavre. It was a half way stop at Midnight, overpriced but gave me a great nights sleep. Arrived in Wavre fit and rested.