Located on the outskirts of the Welsh city, our Newport ibis budget is just off junction 26 of the M4 and is perfect if you’re visiting on a small budget. If you’re in the port town for a city break, our ibis budget is the best of the area’s cheap hotels. When in Newport’s centre, it’s well worth spending a couple of hours in the city’s museum and art gallery, which tells the story of the area from its prehistoric roots through to the present day, and everything in between. Also, like the Wi-Fi in all ibis hotels, the museum is completely free, making it a great choice if you’re in Newport on a shoestring budget. Alternatively, take a day trip to the Grade 1 listed Tredegar House, or head to one of the picturesque mining villages or breathtaking scenery of the valleys nearby. In south Wales for business? Our budget hotel is well placed, close to the city centre and just minutes from the business parks that are clustered around junctions 24 and 28 of the M4. Bristol Airport is only 40 minutes away, and from Newport itself it is just a 25-minute drive to Cardiff too. After a long day of meetings or walking around the city, you’ll be able to completely relax and unwind. Each ibis hotel room is home to a bed that has 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, you can take your morning at your own pace.

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