iEscape Reviews 2017


iEscape Reviews 2017 brand logoTravelling for some people means an escape into a new life. When some want a break, they fly to a dream destination to refresh their senses and recharge for a different perspective.

In our IEscape reviews, we look at the service based in Bristol, the United Kingdom and what users think of their experience.

Background, History, and More Information

IEscape is for travellers who can search for travel needs in an instant. The Bristol-based company has hotels in more than 50 countries.

The IEscape team of travellers and techies hunted down the best places to stay from all over the world, making sure of their quality and their value for money. The site features descriptions on these accommodations, and has some of the most convenient and unique filter criteria to help anyone find their hotel, be it a guesthouse, retreat, lodge, etc.

Reviews/ What Users Have to Say

There were a number of IEscape reviews on TripAdvisor and TrustPilot. On these reviews websites, IEscape received an average rating though majority of the IEscape reviews called the service a “scam” and “misleading.”

Concerning one IEscape booker’s hotel experience, Jeremy J from London wrote: “If you are booking through i-escape, beware, their information is out of date and their view is frankly rubbish. The stone cottage is not romantic and is totally unsuited for honeymooners, it has twin beds, is dark and dusty and was cold in January, the wood-burner made my wife smell like a kipper and me, apparently, like a smoky backwoodsman – go figure!”

Their Official Website

IEscape is filled with an airy design and large photographs. Visiting their official website, you will encounter the usual travel website features and services: IEscape features Places to Stay and Inspire Me to guide travellers.

Search for your hotel on the search engine at the middle of the page by entering your destination and hotel or place name. As mentioned, IEscape will inspire travellers with their inspiration for hotels if you’re not sure where to go.

They have a blog, which you can read from their official website, here. The i-escape blog has travel inspiration and insights on boutique hotels from the IEscape team. You can also sign up for IEscape’s newsletter from the homepage.

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Contact Details:

  • Website URL:
  • Contact number: +44 117 946 7072
  • Contact Email:
  • Fax: +44 870 130 5768
  • Head Office Address: 23 Westfield Park, Bristol, BS6 6LT, United Kingdom

IEscape is open between 9am-6pm from Monday to Thursday, and 9am-5pm on Friday in United Kingdom times.

Concluding Words

iEscape Reviews 2017 brand iconMeanwhile, Laurence Barrett from London warns us: “Worth being very careful when booking through this site as they cann be misleading. We recently booked a hotel through i-escape even though and Trivago were cheaper, as the website clearly suggested a 15 day cancellation policy. However, we later discovered we had paid the full amount on reservation, a fact which was hidden away in the small print… This is a borderline scam but short of a legal challenge there is not much you can do.”

IEscape had been giving their users poor quality hotels, bad customer service, and confusing policies. What made things worse was their lack of professionalism.

What can you say about our IEscape reviews? If you have anything to add, feel free to leave your comments here below!



  1. That review was pretty bad. This company sounds completely unreliable. Why have they been messing up people’s trips?

  2. That review was pretty funny. But it’s never funny when money’s involved. I’m glad to have stumbled on this page. I wouldn’t use this service.

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