Ibis London City
Ibis London City is located right in the heart of The City, within easy reach of London's financial centre. With Aldgate tubes and Liverpool street close by guests have easy access to all of London.
The hotel has 348 climate controlled rooms all well presented and finished to the usual Ibis standards. Rooms are clean, functional and reasonably priced for this area in London. Hotel staff at Ibis London City are on hand 24 hours a day to ensure that guests have a relaxing and trouble-free stay.
Non-Smoking Rooms, Hotel Bar, Disabled Facilities, Children Allowed, Restaurant, Internet Access, Guest Parking, Lifts, WIFI Internet Access
|Standard Room (Single, Twin, Double) - from £59.95 per night|
Climate Control Functional bathroom Internet Connection (WIFI) Television TV channels - local ...read more
Accommodation is free of charge for 1 child under 12 years old sharing parents room. Breakfast is at half-price
Check-In time: 12:00pm
Check-Out time: 12:00pm
For rates allowing it (depending on sales conditions applicable to the rate, see the conditions for rates on the booking page), you may cancel your reservation up to 6:00 p.m. on the day of arrival. If you are unable to stay at the hotel and you have not cancelled your reservation, you will be charged for the first night. Details on how to cancel will be included with your booking confirmation.
- Aldgate East (London Underground)
- Liverpool Street (London Underground)
- Shoreditch (London Underground)
London City Airport (LCY)
Distance: 5.5 miles/ 8.9 km
Taxi Fare: £15.00 (GBP)
Public Outdoor Parking
|The Latest User Review|
I strongly recommend Ibis Hotel at Commercial street. Good and friendly staff, rooms of high standard. Breakfast superb and the environment very handy, - buses just outside and underground just a few steps away. London Liverpool station just 7 minutes away. Also a short walk to Spitalfields market. If you go to cheap budget hotels, add some extra and you get a much better choice at Ibis! Guest from Sweden.
Comment added Tue 21 Apr 2009 at 10:21:51