There are loads of things to see and do in Plymouth, ranging from the restored lighthouse of Smeaton’s Tower, to the breathtaking underwater discoveries at the National Marine Aquarium. Whatever your plans are, be they business or pleasure, our ibis hotel is perfectly placed for your stay in the south coast city. If you’re looking to explore the city, our cheap hotel in Plymouth will make for an affordable option without compromising on service or comfort. Just off the A38 on the outskirts of the centre, our ibis is close to Plymouth’s main highlights, including the National Marine Aquarium. This is the UK’s largest aquarium, housing the deepest tank in the country, which is home to nurse, sand and lemon sharks, and holds 2.5 million litres of water. There are also turtles, rays and plenty of other fish on display in other tanks, if the sharks are a little too frightening. Alternatively, our ibis Plymouth is perfectly located if you’re in the city for work. Famous for historically being a centre for shipbuilding and seafaring, the city is still home to more than 270 firms in the marine and maritime industry. The ibis Plymouth is close to the city centre and the area’s various business parks, and with free Wi-Fi offered as standard in all our hotels, our shipshape Plymouth hotel will be right for you. Fill up on your unlimited breakfast buffet before heading out and your trip to Devon will be both fun and economical.

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4.41 k.m from the city centre

So from the hearty breakfast buffet (cooked and continental) to the 24hr bar and café, we'll set you up with snacks and drinks whenever you need them....

*The lowest prices over the next seven days.
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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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