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good budget hotel representing good value for money.Staff friendly and helpful and the nearby pub had good choice of food at good price
Thank you for your very kind words. They are very much appreciated and my team will be delighted to hear that you enjoyed yourselves in our hotel. I look forward to welcoming you back at Ibis Preston North. Kind regards, Beverley Derbyshire
We really enjoyed our stay the staff were really helpful especially during the power cut we experienced, the staff went out their way to make us feel comfortable. Well worth another visit
Thank you for your kind comments and compliments. I am delighted that you enjoyed your stay at Ibis Preston North. I and look forward to welcoming you back again soon. Kind regards, Beverley Derbyshire
I know it's one of the cheapest hotels in Preston, but I don't think it even achieved value for money. The first thing I noticed on parking was the stench of a chicken farm that pervaded the whole building. Admittedly it was during the hottest week in March on record, and wasn't the fault of the hotel, but it does say something about its location.
The room was spartan and the bed exceedingly uncomfortable. I never will understand why some hotels think a double bed is just two singles pushed together, with two single duvets. This sometimes works if they put a mattress topper on it, but Ibis didn't. The room itself looked clean at first glance, but on closer inspection it didn't appear to have been vacuumed recently as the awful carpet was covered in hairs. The bathroom was uninviting and I even put off having a shower until I got home (since I was only there for one night) as it looked distinctly unappealing.
The breakfast was poor with a limited choice of cooked breakfast elements - stiff bacon that had obviously been sat there a long time, sawdust sausages, what was hopefully scrambled egg but may have been porridge, and the inevitable beans. The eating area, seating area and reception were open plan and only one person was in the restaurant in the evening, and it didn't entice me to try their (limited) evening menu.
If you're desperate for somewhere to stay and have a limited budget, and don't care what kind of food you eat, then the IBIS would be ok, but otherwise there are far nicer and relatively low-budget hotels in the area that are much better value for money.
Sorry to hear that you were disappointed with your stay at Ibis Preston North. I would like to confirm that none of our rooms have two single pushed together to make a double, we do keep doubles as doubles and single beds as twin rooms. Breakfast provides a wide choice of both continental and cooked buffet, which is freshly prepared on the day and replenished systematically. The rooms are cleaned to the highest standard and are accredited by the AA inspection. I apologies if you feel that this was not the case. I hope you will give us the opportunity in the future to provide you with a hassle free stay. Kind regards, Beverley Derbyshire