Economy hotel group ibis is bringing two new ibis budget hotels to the north-west of England this summer, with the opening of ibis budget Warrington Lymm and ibis budget Knutsford.
Both properties are being managed by Signature Management Services.
Ibis budget hotels are leading the way in the design-led transformation of budget hotels, with award-winning bedrooms providing guests essential comfort at a budget price.
Each ibis budget hotel offers 24/7 check-in, a flat-screen TV in each room with a wide range of channels, free Wi-Fi and the large, ergonomically-engineered Sweet Bed by ibis designed to deliver the ultimate happy sleep.
Ibis budget Knutsford is located just off the M6 in Knutsford, known as the gateway to Cheshire, and host’s 32 cocoon rooms.
Ibis budget Warrington at Lymm Services, is based in the heart of Cheshire just off the M6/M56 and has 61 cocoon rooms.
Both hotels are ideally located for business and leisure travellers with great transport links and just a short drive to Manchester City Centre and Manchester Airport.
The North West has lots to offer visitors from the bustling cosmopolitan city of Manchester; renowned for its passion for live music and sport as well as museums, art galleries and theatres, to the Roman city of Chester and the rolling hills of Lancashire.
The hotels have free on-site parking and are perfect for single business travellers or families as all rooms are designed to sleep two adults and two children with a double bed and double sofa bed.
Commenting on the openings Thomas Dubaere, chief operating officer, Accor UK & Ireland, said: “We are delighted to open these two new ibis budget hotels in Warrington and Knutsford.
“These hotels benefit from great transport links with close proximity to the Cheshire countryside and Manchester, which attract visitors from across the UK and abroad.
“Ibis hotels offer everything a guest needs – comfortable rooms, social spaces whether to work or socialise, all with value for money in mind.
“Whether guests are here for business or leisure, long or short stays, they can come and experience all that the area has to offer.”