At ibis, we pride ourselves on being able to offer you ultimate comfort in convenient locations at a low price. Our Beaconsfield edit is no different, with the ibis Budget offering an affordable night’s sleep without compromising on comfort or service. Just off of junction 2 of the M40, this ibis is ideal if you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Beaconsfield for a stopover before an early morning flight, or if you want to rest your head after arriving into London Heathrow late in the evening. And thanks to the specially designed Sweet Beds and super soft pillows found in each room, you will wake up feeling well rested and ready for the day ahead. If you like things a little, well smaller, then you are in luck in Beaconsfield. Fill up on a not-so-miniature buffet breakfast for free before heading over to Bekonscot Model Village & Railway to spend a couple of hours taking in the oldest original model village in the world. Portraying what life was like in Great Britain during the 1930s, you will lose yourself in the scaled down world, which includes a fully functioning miniature railway set. And if your inner-child wasn’t content after visiting Beaconsfield’s model village, then there is always Legoland Windsor, located only 10 miles away from the hotel. The UK’s most visited theme park, Legoland is open from March to November and is home to over 55 million Lego bricks and 55 rides and attractions.

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2.42 k.m from the city centre

With 105 cosy cocoon rooms (with Sweet Beds, of course), there's plenty of room for putting you up in comfort and, even though we're mere seconds from...

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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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