Travel back in style with the opening of the new Ibis Styles Crewe

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    The 1920s inspired interior design at the ibis Styles Crewe is a modern tribute to the classic car and vintage steam train heritage of Crewe, once a thriving centre for the transport industry. Guests at the 112-room hotel will discover vintage car seats, 1920s inspired cocktails and a tongue-in-cheek design scheme which tells the unique story of Crewe’s history.
    ibis Styles Crewe

    Inge Van Ooteghem, SVP Operations Economy and Budget Hotels, comments: “We are delighted to open ibis Styles Crewe – a hotel with a fantastic story to tell and a brilliant product for local, business and leisure guests to enjoy.

    “Now is a very exciting time for ibis Styles, with a further three hotels set to open in the coming months in Birmingham, Haydock and Barnsley. As is synonymous with the Styles brand, each will have its own totally unique story and personality. Ibis Styles is a growing economy brand in the UK. It combines all the comfort and quality of the ibis brand with stylish design features that makes every hotel unique and tells a story.”

    The art deco theme runs throughout the hotel with furnishings featuring bold geometric shapes and patterns similar to those found on vintage train upholstered seats. For added theme detailing, stacks of weathered suitcases, bright yellow factory stools and real vintage car seats complete the look.

    The lobby features leather chesterfield sofas and a large canvas wall scene from the Rolls Royce factory in the 1940s, illuminated by old train carriage lights.

    Rooms are similarly decorated with train murals and a railway-inspired headboard, seamlessly joining the whole scheme together.

    Daniel Fountain / 19.08.2015

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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