Rooms at the Ibis Luton
Small, but perfectly-formed bedrooms
Although the Ibis is a budget hotel, its bedrooms, if a little characterless, are fitted out with modern, stylish furnishings and decorated in light, crisp colours. Plus all of them are air conditioned, double glazed and have a blackout blind, which make for a decent night's sleep.
The rooms may not look like much, but they've got everything you could possibly need during your short stay: a wall-mounted flatscreen TV, wifi, a clothes-hanging area, tea and coffee, a hair dryer, extra pillows, a desk and a chair. For £9.99, you can also take advantage of an in-room entertainment deal, which includes 24-hour wifi access and access to Ibis' movie and music vault.
There are seven different room configurations for you to choose from: twin or double rooms, both with a shower or a shower over a bath; double room can have a sofa bed and a shower. There are connecting family rooms, and a limited number of disabled bedrooms, which have a wet room. All newly-refurbished bedrooms have a shower cubicle and offer more space than those with a bath. You can request one of the new rooms when you make your booking, but it isn't guaranteed. All bathrooms are equipped with a bar of soap and a wall-mounted shower gel dispenser.