Looking for a place to stay in Chateau-Gaillard? Then look no further than Ibis Budget Chateau Gaillard, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Chateau-Gaillard to your doorstep.
Rooms at Ibis Budget Chateau Gaillard offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, a coffee shop, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. If you are driving to Ibis Budget Chateau Gaillard, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out La Villa L, one of the French restaurants that can be found in Chateau-Gaillard, which is a short distance from Ibis Budget Chateau Gaillard.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Ibis Budget Chateau Gaillard as you experience everything Chateau-Gaillard has to offer.
IBIS Budget Hotels are generally very good but they all suffer from the same shortcoming, namely that it is practically impossible to close the toilet door from the inside due to the fiddly nature of the catch. In addition, the amount of room in the toilet is too small, even for an average size person. I hope that these points can be considered in any future redesign planning.
near the autoroute and an excellent restaurant. We have stayed here several times before and it has never failed to be good.. Will be back again soon. It's good that the hotel also allows dogs in the bedrooms.
The Beds Were rather HARD being on board. a Thin Mattress on top of Chipboard !! Also the pillows were small and a better selection would be better On the better side breakfast was as expected and good.
This used to be a great, budget hotel for an overnight stop on the way to the alps. Over the last few years the standard of the rooms has declined. They are now very scruffy and not very clean. It is a shame because the location is perfect for our overnight stop. The room rate for this hotel is also higher than most Ibis budget hotels.
A highway overnight stop as it should be! Clean, cheap, fast - exactly what is needed in such cases. The rooms are a modern IBIS Budget equipment with funny refurbishment, but the rooms contain absolutely everything You may need, and are funny to use. The beds are nicely tough. Would stop there again on my trip.
An overnight stop on the way to Italy over the Alps, used for the second year running. A welcome stop after a long drive from Calais. It gave easy access to a number of routes over the mountains. The hotel is easy to find, visible from the autoroute péage. It is of good quality, with pleasant rooms, including a great shower and welcome air-conditioning. Breakfast was good. There is a centre commerciale conveniently nearby, with a supermarket, fuel and restaurants.
Staying here currently as part of a cycling holiday with friends and from the outset it looked nice, clean and tidy. In our bed we found a childs dirty bib, what looked like pubes under my pillow, and the bed was hard and uncomfortable. We stay at quite a few hotels and never have I seen such a lack of housekeeping in a room, the cleaners havent touched it Dont stay here!
The hotel was clean and well situated for a stopover. But the beds are a disaster! A simple MDF board as base and a terribly thin mattress. Whether this is the same for all beds in the hotel, I am not sure, it was for a twin bed room.
This is a real budget hotel. The rooms are plastic with a shower in the middle of your room. My shower broke with water splashing through the whole room and having a wet bed to sleep on. Rooms are also not soundproof. The location is next to the road in a industrial area. Without a car it is impossible to stay here. With not really the possibility to open your window, you are just locked in your plastic box. Nevertheless. If you need a cheap hotel to stay for a short night next to the road, there is a clean plastic solution. That is the only reason to book this hotel.
This quite recently built new Ibis Budget Hotel was ideal as an over night stop on our way home through France. Rooms are compact but clean and bright and functional. Rather surprised that the shower cubicle was in the actual room rather than a separate bathroom though.