A historic site of London, Greenwich is a great place to be based if you want to see the iconic Royal Observatory, or discover some hidden gems at the vintage market. With its great transport links into the capital, one of our ibis hotels in Greenwich is a great place to be based if you’re looking for cheap hotels in the city for either business or for a weekend away. Two-minutes from Greenwich train station, you will only be 12 minutes from London Bridge and the sightseeing spots long the Southbank. If you are in London for work, the major business district of Canary Wharf is just across the Thames, and London City Airport is only 20 minutes from your room, when you stay with ibis. If you have a few hours spare, it is well worth seeing what the local area has to offer. Fill up on our unlimited buffet breakfast before strolling over to the Cutty Sark (the world’s sole surviving tea clipper), taking the Greenwich Foot Tunnel under the Thames to the looming skyscrapers of the docklands area, or heading to Greenwich Park – home of the Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House gallery. Stand on the Prime Meridian line, before taking in the picturesque view of the landmarks that dot the Thames’ northern bank. And after a day on your feet, you’ll be glad to fall into your room’s Sweet Bed – a specially crafted bed that, when paired with our super soft pillows, offers you the ultimate comfort and comes as a standard across all of our ibis hotels.

Our hotels in Greenwich


0.97 k.m from the city centre

ibis London Greenwich merges a great location with all the necessary comforts, so that you enjoy a relaxing break at budget-friendly prices.

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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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