Ibis Leiden Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Leiden Centre
Comfort and ease of travel are two words I would describe for this hotel. Located right across from the train station, it was a welcome sight after a long day on the train. And once there, the room was clean and comfortable with plenty of options for room service despite the late hour. Free Wi-fi was also available for me to catch up on my daily tasks.
Getting to Keukenhof Gardens from there was a snap, as the bus leaves right from the train station. And once back after visiting the gardens, I was able to take a nice stroll around town.
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Discussed the various eras in Dutch history in class.
Not much else to talk about!