At ibis, we pride ourselves on being able to offer you ultimate comfort in convenient locations and at a low price. One of our cheap ibis hotels in Rugby is no different, with our ibis offering an affordable night’s sleep without compromising on comfort or service. Just off junction 18 on the M1, our ibis Rugby is ideal if you’re looking for a base during a weekend away or if you are on business in the Warwickshire area. And thanks to the specially-designed Sweet Beds and super soft pillows found in each of our rooms, you're guaranteed to wake up feeling well rested and ready for the day ahead. If you're looking for some history during your stay in Rugby, then look no further than the Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum. Situated opposite the school where the sport of rugby is said to have been invented in the early 1800s, the museum houses a unique collection of artifacts and memorabilia. Named in honour of said inventor of the game – who was a student at Rugby school – the museum was also formerly the workshop of William Gilbert, whose balls are still used in the sport to this day. Our Rugby hotel is also well placed if you’re in the Warwickshire area for business, as it’s close to the cities of Coventry, Northampton and Leicester too. What’s more, work doesn’t have to stop as soon as you get back to the hotel, with free Wi-Fi offered as standard at all stays at ibis hotels.

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7.32 k.m from the city centre

Plus with huge en suite showers, Sweet Beds in every room and almost endless breakfast possibilities, you can be sure you'll check out feeling rested,...

*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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