Ibis Budget London Whitechapel £59 @ Accor/Ibis Hotels
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Ibis Budget London Whitechapel £59 @ Accor/Ibis Hotels

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Found 29th Jan
Ibis have some good rates at London Whitechapel from £59 (book up to 24 March). Ideal for a cheap few nights in London, close to tube and Brick Lane.

I tried Friday 9th Feb as an example and that was £59, but most Fridays were also available as well as midweek and weekends.

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ibis budget are fairly basic, worth looking at Premier Inn, their HUB hotel near Brick Lane has better prices
Having been forced to stay in a Budget Ibis in Flensburg (only hotel with a room) I would say its a cross between a Dorm Room and a Prison Cell.Breakfast was out of a vending machine, if you so desired it. Way too basic for me. I am happy to stay in a Styles and normal Ibis, but a Budget Ibis.....never again.
I've stayed at this hotel with previous deals. we didn't have breakfast but it was absolutely fine for our needs. We stayed with my seven year old daughter and she was absolutely enthralled with the cabin bed over the top of our double bed. The rooms were clean and modern, well decorated and fit for purpose. They are small but we only needed a bed for the night. The Whitechapel budget Ibis is well rated on TripAdvisor too considering price and location. I can't comment on any other ones but I much preferred this hotel to Travelodge. We got any amazing deal previously, quite a bit cheaper than this deal but it's still a good price for central London.
I also stayed there once without children when we needed a london hotel on a budget.
No good for family of 4 though, max occupancy per room is 3 sadly!
This is an average hotel in a fairly sketchy part of London...They used to do £25 Friday/Saturday rooms as their 'accor members' offer so for it to more than double is not really a deal for me; only in that it's cheaper than most London hotel rooms. I saw two guys fighting on the other side of the street and my room view was of a bloke burning miscellaneous items in a drum fire on the street below.
Edited by: "tommysquelch" 31st Jan
tommysquelch31st Jan

This is an average hotel in a fairly sketchy part of London...They used to …This is an average hotel in a fairly sketchy part of London...They used to do £25 Friday/Saturday rooms as their 'accor members' offer so for it to more than double is not really a deal for me; only in that it's cheaper than most London hotel rooms. I saw two guys fighting on the other side of the street and my room view was of a bloke burning miscellaneous items in a drum fire on the street below.


@tommysquelch since watching Ripper Street from your description it doesn't seem much has changed in Whitechapel
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