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Ibis Bern Expo is a comfortable hotel conveniently located only 5.7km (3.6mi) from the centre of Bern. Local places of interest include Stade de Suisse Wankdorf, Bern Rose Garden and Paul Klee Museum. Other points of interest are Untertorbrucke, Nydeggbrucke and Bern Town Hall (Rathaus Bern).
Guest bedrooms Internet connection options: A surcharge is required for wireless high-speed Internet access. Housekeeping services are provided.
Hotel Facilities Meal options at Ibis Bern Expo include a cafeteria. Public areas of Ibis Bern Expo are comfortable and air-conditioned. Additional services: safe-deposit box - front desk. Business & Internet: Internet options at Ibis Bern Expo: high-speed wireless connection is offered for an additional fee.
Hotel Services and Facilities
Free WiFiFree parkingFree breakfast
Parking - Self
Dry cleaning service
How to book
Making your reservation in ibis Bern Expo is easy and secure. Simply select your dates of stay and click on the “Check Rates” button to submit the form.
After room types and rates are returned to your screen, you will be able to choose the rate you desire by reading the room information in the center of the screen, then clicking on the "Book Now" button on the right side of the screen. After you have selected your desired room type, you will be taken to a "Complete your booking" form. Then you will need to review the "Details of your stay" and fill in the blanks on the "Guest Details" section. Be sure your name and email address are spelled correctly.
After you fill out all of the needed information, press the "Complete reservation" button. To ensure your security, we use a secure commerce server, which encrypts the credit card number and encodes it into a non-usable form.