Hotel ibis York Centre is located at 77 The Mount, York YO24 1BN, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Hotel ibis York Centre and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Liz Wilson

5 Google Rating

Staff lovely and accommodating. Room was comfortable although it had an odd smell but, it is in an o

5/ 5

Staff lovely and accommodating. Room was comfortable although it had an odd smell but, it is in an old building and I guess in a protected area as had wooden sash window inside with outter double glazed window.. Breakfast although extra was well worth what was paid.. Would recommend this hotel.

Simon Dawes

2 Google Rating

I really like IBIS and stay for work a lot around the country. This really feels like it needs a vis

2/ 5

I really like IBIS and stay for work a lot around the country. This really feels like it needs a visit from Brand Standards. It's tired on the decor and a bit scruffy. My room smelt of drains (I'm being kind) when u arrived. The toilet hadn't been flushed. I asked to be moved but they were full. They sorted the snmelk to a degree whilst I was out. Breakfast was good but I saw dirty cutlery in the tray. Just needs someone to get it to up its game. Bed was comfy and room not hot which was a bonus.

Stephen O'Halloran

5 Google Rating

Ideally located on the main road into York a few hundred yards from the Micklegate. Rooms spacious a

5/ 5

Ideally located on the main road into York a few hundred yards from the Micklegate. Rooms spacious and clean with very nice shower. Breakfast was excellent with a huge choice from a full English to fruit and yoghurt. Staff friendly and efficient. Remarkable value for money at only £33 per night for the room. Breakfast extra at about £9. Also need to pay a tenner pet night for the car park. I would have no hesitation using the hotel again.

Mike Davies

5 Google Rating

Stayed for two nights (Fri/Sat). We were put up in a ground floor room (#2). Small but clean and ver

5/ 5

Stayed for two nights (Fri/Sat). We were put up in a ground floor room (#2). Small but clean and very modern with a nice big window looking out onto the street. The bed was big and super comfortable. The blind on the window is a proper black out blind so if like me you like to sleep in darkness it's very good - although there are some electrical power lights which prevent total darkness. Nonetheless we slept very well on both nights - with the aircon purring away quietly keeping the room temperature fresh and the air moving. The bathroom was lovely and clean - modern too with an excellent shower. Breakfast had a large selection of things to eat, my partner can't eat gluten and although the G-free breakfast menu is very limited one of the staff members kindly whipped up some poached eggs and toasted the G-free bread separately. The coffee was excellent too. I gorged myself on the fry-up, some croissants and fruit. The staff were cheerful and friendly for every interaction. Lighting and power is well serviced and I've never seen so many charging points. My only complaint is the abysmal lack of parking.

Emilia Binczak

4 Google Rating

Nice hotel and good location. Breakfast ok. Rooms small and basic, good for a few nights stay. Very

4/ 5

Nice hotel and good location. Breakfast ok. Rooms small and basic, good for a few nights stay. Very friendly and helpful staff!

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