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Ibis Portsmouth
Winston Churchill Avenue
Portsmouth
Hampshire

PO1 2LX | View map

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With a superb location, right in the city centre and just a few minutes' walk from Portsmouth and Southsea Railway Station, the hotel offers en suite rooms at great-value rates. The Ibis Hotel Portsmouth is close to all that the city has to offer. The guildhall is just metres away and the city-centre shops of Commercial Road are just a short walk away. The seafront and Southsea's Clarence Pier are just a mile (1.6 km) away. The D-Day Museum and the Blue Reef Aquarium are within easy reach, as are the shops, bars and restaurants of Gunwharf Quays.

There are 144 en suite rooms, all with tea/coffee making facilities and wired broadband internet access available at an additional cost. There is a restaurant, a spacious lobby area and a bar offering snacks 24 hours a day. Wi-Fi is available at an additional cost in the hotel's public areas. Secure, private parking is available at an additional cost. The hotel has its own on-site car park, secured by the gate and with closed circuit TV surveillance. Parking is limited and is available at an additional cost.

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