Not so much a hotel as an Oriental themed restaurant on two floors, with three rooms available above. Loved the décor and ambiance of the restaurant and bars, and was looking forward to trying them but unfortunately our itinerary prevented us. This wasn't helped by the fact that the restaurant is only open from 17:00 to 22:00 - six days a week. Because of this the "Bed and breakfast" came in the form of an arrangement with the café next door-but-one. A perfectly decent place as it turns out, though we chose to pay for room only and chance our luck with the facilities in the centre of town (Let's face it - the café-bars of Tilburg are more than capable of catering for your needs - whatever time of day).
Guest rooms are light and reasonably spacious, with pleasant, neutral décor. They are clean and well maintained and come with all that you could expect from a budget hotel. Bathrooms are wet-rooms so there's plenty of space for showering - but no bath. Toiletries, towels and shower slippers are provided.
Although we weren't really around at the right times to meet them much during our stay, the brief encounters we did have revealed the staff to be very friendly and helpful.
We visit Tilburg because of the brilliant 013 club - a place that has gained a well-earned reputation as one of Europe's premier live music venues. Pino's Eetcafe is a pleasant stroll away and it is even closer to the train station...so no taxis needed there then.
Despite being so close to the station, we found the location was pretty quiet at night/early hours of the morning.
This is the first time that we have stayed at Pino's but I'm sure it won't be the last.
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