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Fantastic clean and roomy accommodation. Very friendly staff, good breakfast buffet and quiet location. Free parking and perfect for business or family vacation purpose. Coffee available at a charge all day and could leave luggage for later check out!
It's a European hotel - very clean, comfortable, fabulous location. Friendly, helpful owners. Lovely breakfast.
I stay at least 3 or 4 times per year and never thought about staying anywhere else.
Perfect location for restaurants and NATO base.
We stayed just one might at the Edenpark and had a pleasant stay.
The room was basic, but comfortable and was certainly good value for money. There was a TV, a (noisy) fridge and a microwave in the room, but unfortunately no tea/coffee making facilities....More
Very comfortable and clean room with a beautiful view to the courtyard. Bed was like a marshmallow - wonderfully comfortable. Lovely ensuite. Staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfast was delicious. Great place to stay in beautiful Brunssum.
Nice hotel, personnel is very friendly, room service is good. Rooms are average with TV and fridge, bed is good but pillows are small and square. Sleeping quality is good, rooms are quite. Certain rooms are located outside the building.
The reception is available from...More
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Joyce. The other answer is correct - you will need an adaptor, not just there but anywhere in Europe other than on US installations (military, embassy etc). Not just for your curling iron, but any US electrical item, as... More
Joyce. The other answer is correct - you will need an adaptor, not just there but anywhere in Europe other than on US installations (military, embassy etc). Not just for your curling iron, but any US electrical item, as the plugs/sockets are different in Europe. Most things will work with an adaptor but all of Europe is on 220 volts, so a few things might not as the US is on 110 v. If you are touring Europe and including the UK in your travels, their plugs/sockets are different again - in which case you would be best to get a universal or world-wide adaptor. I hope this helps. CascaisPickles.