Nottingham

Whether you’re in Nottinghamshire for work or in the East Midlands city for a weekend away, our ibis hotel in the centre of Nottingham should have you covered whatever your plans. If you’re looking to explore the city, our cheap ibis hotel in Nottingham’s centre makes for an affordable option without compromising on comfort – you’ll find a specially designed Sweet Bed included in each of our rooms and free Wi-Fi available throughout your stay. Minutes from Nottingham train station, our ibis is close to the City of Caves by the Broadmarsh shopping centre. You can take a tour of the network of caves that run deep underground throughout the city and learn about their uses over the years – including as an air raid shelter during the war. Our city centre ibis is also close to Nottingham’s castle grounds. Originally the site of a Norman castle built in 1067 on the orders of William the Conqueror, the area is now home to a 17th century manor that houses a museum and fine art gallery, and a statue in commemoration of Robin Hood – the heroic outlaw who is portrayed as robbing from the rich and giving to the poor. Fill up on your free morning buffet breakfast before discovering what the area has to offer. Finally, if you’re looking for a unique experience during your stay, don’t miss the chance to sample a brew at Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem. Carved into the cliffs below Nottingham’s castle, it claims to be England’s oldest pub and may have even been the watering hole of for Robin.


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0.37 k.m from the city centre

Whether you're with us for business or pleasure, ibis Nottingham Centre has you covered with free fibre Wi-Fi, modern, fresh décor, a 24hr residents' ...

*The lowest prices over the next seven days.
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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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