Capacity up to12 people
Area up to36 m²
Business & financial districtGOOGLE&npsb;(8km / 4.97mi)
MuseumsARTHOTÈQUE&npsb;(0.5km / 0.31mi)
Golf courseGOLF DU HAINAUT&npsb;(8km / 4.97mi)
Sports centreADEPS&npsb;(2km / 1.24mi)
Special tourist areaGRAND PLACE&npsb;(1km / 0.62mi)
Good location near railway & bus stations. Short walk to town centre. Good off-street parking. Staff extremely helpful. Hotel had no air-conditioning, so we had to sleep with windows open, letting in traffic & railway noise. I first stayed here in 2013.
Excellent hotel, well situated. Staff extremely helpful. Good car parking. The town centre was only a short walk away, and the railway station very close by. The local beer, Juliper, was an excellent pre dinner drink. The evening meal was very good with a special available,
"small" hotel but very well situated ,very good indications how to get there and the people are very helpful!breakfast was very good as well never imagined that such an hotel was situated in that place
This hotel is close to the town Centre and the Railway Station. The hotel staff are friendly and looked after us well. Breakfast was very good more like an English breakfast. Secure car parking is very good. Hotel was difficult to find even with a SATNAV. This is because there are works going on at the railway station and the usual access by satnav is across the square which is now used a bus station and raised road bollards prevent vehicle access.
The hotel was very easy to find, just across the road from the Railway Station, it was only a short walk to the centre of Mons. Room was very clean and staff were great, I liked that the hotel had a restaurant, I ate there both nights of my stay. The food was fantastic and they served a local wine which was excellent.
was perfect for sightseeing and visiting exhibitions and museums was a bit hard to find as my navi was not completely up to date missed a few choices at breakfast that other ibis would provide rooms were larger that in other ibis locations staff was really friendly
We stayed at the Ibis for three nights ( four days) and took the opportunity to visit the City, it's culture and its importance relating to the start of the Great War (1914) and the end of the war (1918). In all respects the hotel is an excellent choice when visiting the City. The staff from the Manager to the House staff were polite, helpful, and considerate. The food was also very good both breakfast and in the evening. Parking is of course a great help when travelling in Europe. In all this Ibis Hotel is very good in all respects and I would recommend it to other people. I am a member of the Western Front Association and we always stay at Accor Hotels when visiting the Battlefields. My next visit is in September 2015 and we are staying at the Ibis Hotel in Albert, France. Thank you to all the staff at Mons.
It's an Ibis so you know what to expect (although surprisingly pricey). 10 minutes to the main square. 3 minutes from the train station. 1 minute from the bus station. Sebastien probably the most welcoming and voluble Ibis receptionist ever. Stayed in room 112. End of corridor. Quiet and decent sized. Only current issue is that till sometime in 2017, they are rebuilding the railway station having first knocked down the old one. Hence at the front of the hotel, it sounds like the station Tannoy announcer is in bed with you. Get a room at the back !
Arrived late in the evening by car from Brussels. Polite, english talking personnel. Quick service at the arrival and check out in the morning. No or low traffic noise from the street. God breakfast with god variations on the buffet.
Ibis Mons is typical of the Ibis chain. It is located within the inner ring road of the town and is very difficult to access unless you have been previous. Google maps shown the hotels road as one way but in fact it is a two way road due to the local improvements. Access is via a tiny slip road opposite the railway station, only able to be accessed if you are travelling anti clockwise round the town. The hotel was clean and the staff pleasant. We did not use the restaurant as we ate in the town (plenty of restaurants in the main square). Make sure you visit the belfry and the town hall gardens. Plenty of free road parking and a hotel car park. very close to the bus terminus (3 mins) and the railway station (10 mins).
Is a good hotel close to downtown but a little pricey for a three star. Nice to be just 10 minute walk from pedestrian area and market place with excellent food and drink. Close to main train station with bus near by.
An excellent hotel well placed for exploring the Mons area, ten minutes walk from the main square. Clean and tidy with friendly staff and good food. A little expensive and no coffee/tea facilities in room are the only drawbacks.
The room was freezing cold (we changed the room thrice before getting one warm enough); there was only one towel per person; we asked for an additional cover but they said they could not find it; we asked to check-out just a few minutes after 12 pm, but they requested us to pay for another half a day. For a few euros more, better to go elsewhere. Never again Ibis in Mons!
A very enjoyable stay. Hotel is well placed for touring the town. Excellent breakfast and as much as one could eat. The room was spotlessly clean The Staff were extremely helpful and were able to give us very good directions.
lovely but the evening meal let them down. The chicken was very dry as though it had been microwaved. This is the first time a meal has let any of Ibis down apart from that it was lovely and the staff.
The hotel was convenient within proximity of restaurants and the train station which was very helpful. The location was also very close to the "Grand Place" which contained many restaurants and exceptionally beautiful historic parts of Mons that anyone would enjoy.
Located right across from the Mons train station, within a 5 min walk to the main platz for dinniny. Staff were friendly and helpful, hotel was clean and well maintaned. Wifi is slow and the bed was not level, otherwise an enjoyable stay.
I would strongly encourage you to book the Best Western Hotel Lido. I stayed in Mons for a week, and ended up leaving the Ibis after three days because it was so bad. The room was like a dorm room or hostel; it was bare-bones adequate. Nothing more. The breakfast was fine, but not worth the 14 euro for sure. The internet was on and off and constantly trouble for me (at peak times, don't even bother). The location was a bit shady... not too long a walk to the grand place but take a wrong turn and you're in the wrong part of town. Speaking of the wrong part of town, look out your window. Construction and a train station. To top it off, my last morning there (I had already decided to check out as soon as the Hotel Lido has a space available) they ran out of water pressure. I was all soapy in the shower and it just quit. I had zero hot water pressure and just a tiny bit of cold water. I had to run a 2 inch bath of cold water and lay down in it to get the soap off of me. How miserable. I wrote the management of Hotel Ibis (Accor Hotels) to tell them about this experience and see if they would be able to make it right somehow, and that was a week ago-- I've yet to hear back. Altogether a bad experience. I'm a fair guy and to be honest the sleep quality wasn't bad. In fact the staff was pretty nice, but they couldn't fix these issues. Bottom line: Don't go here.
Very dated hotel with terrible customer service from the front reception staff. Thye were never able to make a decsion without having to speak to their manager first, couldn't assist me with negotiating a lower price after my plane was delayed so I arrived a day late, they still charged me 78 EUR "no show fee" and then could not explain where the charges came from for a 15 min phone call to Australia which was 120EUR. Ridiculous!!
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