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Very modern and comfortable. Bed was excellent. Staff very pleasant and professional. Very quiet despite proximity to airport. Only complaint £5 extra for car park is a bit mean just add it into overall price.
Hotel very nice but our room was in the basement and had a rather drab old fashioned appearance. There seems to be a problem with dampness as there was black round the window frame. Have stayed in this hotel previously and had a much nicer room. The breakfast was very good and there was aside choice ...
Have always found this ibis to be clean. The room is spacious and we had a great wetroom. Staff are really friendly and helpful. Can't always park in the disabled bays, on this occasion there were some bikes in them, there is ample other parking on site
Great weekend stay. Hotel and staff excellent. Intu Derby shopping centre right on the doorstep with all your shopping an eating out needs. Some excellent bars dotted around the city but all in walking distance.
Stayed here to go Alton towers 40 mins drive so good location and no traffic Near places to walk to go eat Nice quiet We had a room on ground floor
We arrived a little early,but couldn't get in the room till 15.30, so we got complimentary drinks, Next morning at breakfast the full English arrived before we had a chance to enjoy our cereals. Later on we were there for afternoon tea, we had a pot of tea each, But it was a full Half hour till the ...
Bordered by the M1 and the M6 and with excellent rail links, Derbyshire is an easy county to reach. In addition, both the East Midlands Airport and Robin Hood Airport are less than an hour’s drive away, making Derbyshire ideal for business conferences and meetings. Those travelling with business in mind will find plenty of suitable accommodation, ranging from unassuming B&Bs and simple stop-overs to sleek, modern hotels and elegant country lodges. Many hotels in Derbyshire even boast their own conference centres, which can make life easier for anyone hosting or attending an important meeting.
Booking a room in a Derbyshire conference centre hotel can offer greater benefits than a traditional hotel. Perhaps the most obvious is that everything you need, from facilities to people, is on-site. Perhaps the best example of this is The Derby Conference Centre and Hotel. Elegance personified, the hotel is set in a Grade II-listed building, and boasts its own restaurant, bar, lounge and multiple conference rooms. With everyone staying on-site, business guests and delegates can retire to their rooms after meetings, and deals can be clinched over a delicious dinner or leisurely drink.
Not all meetings require a huge audience, and there are plenty of conference centre hotels in Derbyshire that cater for smaller groups. The Best Western Lee Woods Hotel offers board rooms for smaller-scale assemblies, alongside a conference room that accommodates up to 120 people. Similarly, the Kegworth Hotel and Conference Centre provides a variety of rooms, housing from between two and 250 people.
Another bonus is that all the little details can be taken care of, ahead of time. With conference centre hotels well-versed in catering to their clients, the vast majority have everything you could need, available for hire. From WiFi and projectors to creative props and audio aids, a conference centre hotel can help take the stress out of organising a meeting.
With excellent facilities and locations, either in the heart of a city or the rolling Derbyshire countryside, using the services of a conference centre hotel is the best way to get the most from your delegates and meetings.