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Room amenities

  • Sweet Bed
  • WiFi in your room
  • Work desk in all rooms

Bathroom amenities

  • Toilets


  • Emergency info in rooms


Around the Hotel

History & Nation heritage

  • Historic monument

    ENTRÉE DE LA VIEILLE VILLE&npsb;(0.1km / 0.06mi)

Parks & Leisure

  • Entertainment centre

    Parc Expo&npsb;(0.8km / 0.5mi)


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  • Reduced mobility facilities

Business Services

  • WIFI in the communal areas
  • WiFi in your room


Customer Reviews

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We use this hotel as a one night stop on the way to/from the Alps.The location is really good being a short walk from the city centre. There is ample free parking at the rear of the hotel up a ramp. The exterior of the hotel, particularly at the rear looks very run down. The parking is on level 2 and you can access the hotel directly on this level if you have the door code which you only get after you have registered at reception. The rooms have always been clean and provide enough facilities for an overnight stop. They are much better than the F1, as you have the ensuite shower room and toilet. Things to improve: 1) Check In process - machine wasn't working and single receptionist was overloaded leading to long queues. Why not just text the room numbers and door codes to people who have checked in online? 2) Noise - there is a lot of noise from the corridors from late arrivals and early leavers, more sound insulation and non-slamming doors would be good. 3) Better sign posting and tidy up of the parking area to the rear.

Ross C


I have stayed at other 'budget hotels' notably Ibis Troyes Est which is is in a far better state of repair basically because it is relatively new, however the drawback is that it is nowhere near Troyes and walking into town at night after a long drive does not appeal. Way back in the past such budget rooms were offered by the locals of whichever area one would be passing through and a good clean room with a comfortable bed could be had very cheaply including a decent breakfast often with the owner serving you the tea or coffee. Sadly those days are gone and although travellers like myself need to take a break somewhere, usually just the one night I would still expect, despite the low price, the basics to be of good standard. I admit I have never tried the breakfast simply because using vending machines for coffee, sandwiches or snacks does not appeal when in Troyes town centre there are so many patisseries,cafes and bakers to choose from! Our room although large (three beds) had a tiny bathroom with broken shower fittings and plumbing fitted the wrong way around! At least the water was hot. The room had a very peculiar smell but at least was clean enough. The bed was comfortable but sleeping was interrupted once or twice as the walls are so thin you can hear people talking outside even quietly. We then discovered in the morning the room was not secure as the window was broken and the security tether had been snapped off. On three occasions I smashed my head into the top bunk above our double bed even though I was aware of it and I'm not a tall chap! All said and done I would use a budget room again, simply for the convenience of it, (not paying 150 Euros for one night in a two star hotel which could be just as pokey). However attention to repair and detail would not go amiss just to make the experience a little more pleasant.



Highlight is the location. Quite near the main centre. Staff not as friendly as other ibis hotels. Hotel is in need of some renovations. But does what it says 'budget hotel'. Would recommend for location but staff hospitality is poor.



Service at reception desk very friendly and helpful, comfortable bed but room hot. Some black mould on floor of shower area. Entrance and exit to car park very shabby with derelict buildings, this is our 4th annual visit and no attempt has been made to improve this aspect.



The room is definitely budget but good. No water pressure in the shower when taking a hot shower. Not worth buying the breakfast. Food nasty at best, the bread was stale, especially when there are crepes a block away.

Les B


Leaving from UK we used this hotel on our way to and from the Alps to break the journey, being approx 4hrs from Eurotunnel. We were delighted by the location; so close to the pretty city centre with its pedestrian area full of restaurants and bars. The hotel has ample parking and as a budget hotel offered all we expected; simple and comfortable BUT on the way back our bathroom (317) was a bit suspect: the toilet bowl had a crack in it, there were brown marks on the top of the cistern and the vinyl flooring was peeling away from the shower tray. Reception was very busy but the lady kept her cool and was polite and welcoming.



The hotel was well located just outside the centre, but yet again the breakfast is too expensive. The accommodation was standard Ibis with good clean rooms. Troyes is a lovely City to visit with beautiful buildings and plenty of public realm seating which is very welcome in France and Flunch is just a bus ride away



Ibis Budget Troyes Centre hotel is easy to find, welcoming and well appointed. Its position close to the centre of the ancient city makes it an excellent choice. The entry system is a bit difficult to understand as the notices are not well sited and the security on our room window was broken. However, both these minor setbacks were easy to overcome.

Gavin M


It didn't start well. Buzzed in by reception from the 2nd floor car park then had to wait 10 minutes at reception for someone to check us in. The room stank of stale cigarette smoke and like the hotel in general was tired and a bit tatty. The room window opened out on to the car park which meant you couldn't safely leave a window open. There was a security catch on the window so you should have been able to leave it slightly open but this was broken. The rooms had no air conditioning which was surprising and very disappointing. I stay at many Ibis and Ibis Budget and I don't think I can remember another occasion when there was not air con. It was a particularly hot day and night and we were unable to ventilate the room in any way. Even if we could have opened the window it would have been uncomfortable. It was unbearable and led to a sleepless night all round. One of the worst experiences I have had at an Accor hotel.



This hotel is situated in the centre of Troyes. The approach to the rooftop car park appears very dodgy through dilapidated buildings and waste land, although once in the car park it seems fine. The hotel rooms are clean and basic. There is no air conditioning and so the rooms were very hot and rooms on the front of the building are noisy if the window is kept open. Not the best Ibis Budget that I have stayed in, but convenient and clean.



Generally friendly, helpfull staff, but non flushing toilet in one of the two rooms booked wasn't resolved on the night we stayed. Convenient for a short walk to the city centre with good selection of restaurants and interesting old buildings.



The room wasn't clean, the bedsheet had other people's hair on it and they didn't change it. There was no one at the reception so you can complain to them. I was expecting more from an accor hotel....



We stayed in the Ibis Budget on the return leg of our ski trip, in order to break the journey up. Yes the hotel is simple, but very clean, comfy bed, great staff, car parking - couldnt ask for more. The town itself is stunning with a great choice of restaurants and the amazing old town, just 2 minutes walk from the hotel.



This is a basic hotel which offers very good value for many with few frills. The rooms are comfortable and the breakfast is a sensible buffet. The hotel is very close to the centre of the town. Access to the car park is through a derelict site, but the car park itself, right behind the second floor of the hotel, feels safe. For an overnight stop this hotel is a good choice.



We had a terrible night at this hotel. The receptionist was not helpful and didn't accept large note cash to check in. We had to make the changes in the middle of the night in the city. The rooms are very simple with NO air conditioning at all. The room facing the street is to noisy. We barely slept at all. The breakfast is terrible. Not value for money. Don't stay in this hotel otherwise you will suffer as we did.

Kathy S


Lovely clean serviceable room for overnight stay. Very central for sightseeing in this beautiful City. Unfortunately we visited during a heatwave and as the room didn't have any air conditioning we struggled to sleep as our room faced onto a very noisy busy road. Too noisy to have windows open and too hot when they were closed. Tip : If visiting during hot weather request a room at the rear of the building. Overall though a very nice hotel and very pleasant staff.



Needed overnight accommodation on return trip from Cote d Azur. Stayed in Ibis Budget on way down in Lyon and was lovely. Ibis Troyes cost more than Lyon but was definitely more budget. No air con, unable to leave window open as was on first floor car park. Noisy, sweating, didn't sleep at all. We would have been better sleeping in the car. Never again.



Small-ish clean rooms with comfortable beds. Close to the old town. When asked if she could call a sister Ibis hotel to check room availability, the receptionist had a mini tantrum. Not v professional



The hotel is well situated in the town close to every thing you would want to see. we was only on a stop over so we didn't get to see much of the town but what we did see was a good. As for the hotel it's what you pay for budget clean fresh and small. Free car park and wifi a bonus.



Hotel was clean and comfortable with car park. It is just a few minutes walk to the old medieval centre of Troyes which has many lovely restaurants - Breakfast was very good. Would stay again if passing this way.


Ibis Budget

ibis budget Troyes Centre



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