Ibis Stevenage Review
No-fuss accommodation right in the heart of Stevenage.
Located right in the heart of the town, the Ibis hotel Stevenage is perfect for anyone needing a room for the night – for personal and professional engagements alike. It’s easily accessible by road (Danestrete is just off of the junction between the A602 (Lytton Way/Six Hills Way), the A1070 (Six Hills Way), and the B197 (London Road), and Stevenage railway station is a short 3 minute walk away.
In 2011 the hotel was refurbished to a high specification, featuring a contemporary look and feel throughout (including Ibis’ ‘New Generation Rooms’). All 98 rooms feature king size beds, luxury shower rooms, tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen televisions, free Wi-Fi, and air conditioning throughout. One room is reserved for those with reduced mobility.
Food and drink is available either from Café Green (open between midday and 11pm Monday to Friday), or Café Veniatto (Monday to Thursday only). Breakfast is a traditional http://premier-pharmacy.com continental ‘all you can eat’ buffet, served between 6.30am and 10.00am.
Other services available include wake-up calls, mail and message delivery, cots and high chairs, laundry service, valeting service, and currency exchange. Parking isn’t available on-site unfortunately, so guests are advised to use the nearby Westgate Shopping Centre car park (at a subsidised rate of £3.50 per day as of September 2013).
Online reviews of the Ibis Stevenage are generally favourable, with ‘good value for money’, ‘clean and comfortable’ and ‘friendly and helpful staff’ frequently cropping up. Prices start at £45 per night, but generally are between £50 and £55 per night. Children under 15 stay for free, and pets are allowed on request. Both check-in and check-out is at midday, giving you plenty of time to prepare for your onward journey.
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