Situated in the heart of the North Yorkshire, our city centre hotel is perfect whatever your occasion or budget. Just a 10-minute walk from York’s train station, the ibis York Centre is perfectly located for getting around this historic city, being a mere stone’s throw from most of York’s famous sights and sites – whether that’s Northern Europe’s largest Medieval cathedral, York Minster, the panoramic views of the Clifford’s Tower heritage site, or the twisting, narrow lanes of The Shambles. When you’re in the walled city centre, the Jorvik Viking Centre’s exhibits are well worth a visit. Dedicated to the city’s Viking past, you will be able to find out all about York’s 1,000-year history, with the archaeological discoveries brought to life in front of your eyes. York is also home to the National Railway Museum; a truly fascinating exhibition space and not just of interest to trainspotters. The world’s biggest railway museum is home to more than 100 locomotives, including the infamous Flying Scotsman. What’s more, with free entry, you can have an enlightening day out without breaking the bank. The freebees don’t stop at the railway museum either, with free Wi-Fi and an unlimited buffet breakfast included as standard at all ibis hotels. When this is combined with our comfortable Sweet Bed, the ibis York Centre hotel is clearly the only choice, if you’re looking for cheap hotels in York.

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0.91 k.m from the city centre

In each of our 91 guest rooms, you'll discover Sweet Beds, en suite power showers, a work desk and free fibre Wi-Fi to keep you connected while you're...

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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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