Ibis Albert

Parc d'Activite Henri Potez, Albert, Picardy, 80300, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Parc d'Activite Henri Potez, Albert, is near Thiepval Memorial.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Albert

    Reviewed by cust4

    Recommended

    Reviewed May 14, 2011
    by (2 reviews) Cust , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    We got into Albert late with no bookings so tried the Ibis as we were told it had family rooms.

    Very pleasantly surprised to find the family room was two adjoining rooms with only one entry door from the corridor, which gave the parents and adults space from each other.

    The rate was great under 100 Euro.

    Ate at the restaurant and very good value, feeding a family of four for less than 50 Euro.

    The rooms were spotless and the staff very welcoming and helpful.

    Would recommend this hotel.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Albert

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Albert

    Getting out of Calais, eventually!!

    A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 07, 2014

    3 photos

    ... describe Calais in one word is 'dump'!

    After a few stops Gilly managed to negotiate a way out of Calais and we were then into the glorious Northern France countryside.

    We rode for about 3 hours via Longuenesse and then stopped for a drink and some food at Houdain where we were made very welcome at a cafe called Cafe Du Bourg. The burgers were huge and the chef must have cut a stone of potatoes for the amount of chips that he ...

    Battlefields of the Somme

    A travel blog entry by cindyontour on Sep 04, 2014

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    ... The plaque is a reminder of the huge loss that our small country experienced: 'In 1916 the Australian army entered the Western Front with a force of 180 000men, three times the number that had served at Gallipoli (Turkey) in 1915. The Australian troops ond undying fame in the battlefields of France and Belgium during three years of war. In doing so 46 000 of the 60 000 Australians killed in the war died on the Western Front. From a population of just 4.5 ...

    Where to go today......

    A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 04, 2014

    36 photos

    ... secret of what the purpose of the raid really was.  If the germans knew that was the goal they may have made it harder to get a machine or changed it....so..to sum up...a lot of our troops were killed...and the rest captured....but it was not for a stupid reason at least..it was a reason that was worth the effort.  As the codes were very important to crack...Fleming was there to meet the Sargent in charge of the snatch team to get the goodies and steam back to England ...

    The soul can cry tears...

    A travel blog entry by begone on Aug 29, 2014

    8 comments, 4 photos

    ... the average, suffering the overall highest casualty rates of all the Commonwealth nations. What a legacy! so many lives lost. so many mothers lost their sons, so many women never married their sweethearts. so many children did not know their fathers. tomorrow Lea takes us north to the Flemish battle fields. To say we are looking forward to that is like looking forward to a thrashing. to say we want to see it is recognising we need to know what went before us so we can be aware of ...

    Week 1....some things old, some things new

    A travel blog entry by buckgw on May 24, 2014

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... I was impressed that during one of the wars they routed the chimney smoke from the underground 'city' through a house above ground. In that way the smoke could escape and not arouse suspicion...v clever. We walked for over 1 km underground checking it all out....well worth a visit and we had one of the best tour guides (Clair). She explained in great detail....I am sure she was more helpful due to Sandy's French skills

    Info here ...