Located on the outskirts of Derby, our ibis Budget is just off of the Derby Southern Bypass and is great if you’re visiting the city and on a tight budget. If you’re in the former industrial heartland for a bit of a city break, our ibis Budget is the best of the area’s budget hotels. In Derby’s centre it’s well worth spending a couple of hours in the city’s museum and art gallery, which is home to a diverse and fascinating range of nationally important collections. Also, like the Wi-Fi connection in all ibis hotels, the museum is completely free, making it a great choice if you’re looking for cheap hotels in Derby. Alternatively, take a day trip to the Grade 1 listed Calke Abbey, or head into the Peak District with its picturesque villages and breathtaking scenery. In the East Midlands for business? The budget hotel is also well placed, as it’s close to the town centre, moments from the headquarters of Toyota Motor Manufacturing and various transport hubs – with the East Midlands Airport only 20-minutes away, taking you to the M1 in 15 minutes. After a long day of meetings or walking around the city, you’ll be able to relax and unwind in the comfort of your own space, as each ibis hotel room features a bed that’s been developed and designed to provide the most exclusive comfort. Finally, as with all ibis hotels, you can get your day off to a great start with a buffet breakfast – at no extra cost. And with midday check-out, why not take your morning at your own pace?

Our hotels in Derby

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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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