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IBIS Bourg En Bresse

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I am hoping that anyone who has stayed at either, or ideally both, IBIS Budget Bourg En Bresse or IBIS Bourg Jasseron/Teyssonge are able to give me a review of the hotels, locations, secure parking and food?

We stayed at IBIS budget Dijon earlier this year but plan to drive further down on day 1 day next year. Jasseron is off the motorway so a little concerned about secure parking, however it does have rooms for 4 and restaurant inside the hotel. Budget looks a more secure location but rooms for 3 and restaurant next to the hotel.
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I've stopped several times at Bourg Jasseron/Teyssonge services. The hotel is just part of the main building along with shop, cafe, etc. Can't remember seeing any separate parking for it but I may be wrong.

In fact travelling south you'll be on the opposite side of the road. I think, but again I'm not 100% sure, it's only a footbridge.
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Thank you. Apparently the footbridge is gone so need to pull off the road after you pass the services and double back
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I've stayed at IBIS Bourg Jasseron/Teyssonge a couple of times in the last 2 years. Usually coming home from the ski resorts on Friday evening at half term and getting a few hours North to get ahead of the crowds.

It's not cheap(!). Rooms are quiet and comfortable, breakfast is good. We've never had an evening meal there as we tend to eat before leaving resort. There isn't secure parking but due to the remote location (right on the autoroute) have never experienced any issues. It breaks up the drive home nicely into 3hrs Friday night then 5 hours Saturday morning to Calais (driving at 130kph). We tend to do the drive south in one day, arriving late Saturday to avoid the crowds.
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I have stayed at the Ibis budget at the Dommartin-lès-Cuiseaux services north of Bourg-En-Bresse.

I usually arrive late as drive late afternoon to the alps when i go so there is no food available at 1am. There is however a breakfast offering through the Ibis which gets you a set breakfast at Paul the bakery which is cheaper than buyin it with Paul direct and worthwhile imo.

Importantly the hotel has a secure parking compound that is gated though was nearly full when i arrived last time that offers some piece of mind.

Its a budget Ibis but is clean and function suits a need on occasion.

Hope that helps!
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