We stayed in this hotel overnight as part of our trip to the Netherlands. We chose it for its location near to Rotterdam, Delft and The Hague. Despite being close to motorway routes, it is located in a quiet residential suburb. The reception staff member was friendly and efficient. We liked the large cat who lived on the luggage trolley in the porch (he had obviously enjoyed the dinners here!). We declined dinner because it was out of our price range; the same applied to breakfast, which we also thought was too expensive at 18.50 each.
The room was very pleasant and cheery with views over the local park (deer grazing, parakeets in the trees). It was nice and quiet. There were no tea and coffee facilities in the room which was a bit of a nuisance, especially as we weren’t planning to stay for breakfast. Our biggest disappointment was the fact that there was not a double bed, rather two singles pushed together with single duvets. We thought this was rather surprising for a luxury hotel. The bathroom was clean, but only had a shower.
We had a good stay but probably wouldn’t stay again because of the problem with the bed which did not represent good value for money.More
- Free Wifi