ibis Styles, part of French hospitality group Accor, has inaugurated the ibis Styles Paignton hotel in Devon, UK.
Situated on the seafront of Esplanade Road, the hotel is poised to attract visitors to ‘The English Riviera’, one of the UK’s popular seaside destinations.
The design-led ibis Styles Paignton has 121 guest rooms, each with an average room size of 20m².
The hotel offers a range of amenities such as a fitness centre, spa, beauty treatment rooms, and a contemporary restaurant.
Its interior draws inspiration from the dynamic interplay between land and sea, creating a tranquil environment for guests.
The hotel’s social area features a unique Shipwreck theme, ideal for guests to enjoy an early evening cocktail or a casual meal.
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The Dellers restaurant provides an all-day dining experience with vegetarian, gluten-free, and children’s menus.
The hotel also features a vintage ice-cream parlour and waffle bar.
ibis Styles Paignton is conveniently located, with Paignton rail station a five-minute drive away, offering six direct trains daily to London Paddington.
Accessibility is a key feature of the hotel, with Exeter Airport 35 minutes and Plymouth ferry port 50 minutes away by car, as well as secure on-site parking is available for all guests.
Last month, Accor announced its plans to enter the Icelandic market in the second quarter of this year with the opening of its ibis Styles Reykjavik.
For this hotel opening, Accor worked with Icelandic Hotels & Resorts / Hotels & Resorts – Investment & Development.
To be located in the country’s capital, Reykjavik, the 57-room hotel will be renovated and rebranded as ibis Styles Reykjavik.