Handpicked Hotels in The Netherlands
From the Dutch islands of Wadden Sea in the North to Limburg in the South, the Netherlands is beautiful and rich in water and polder landscapes. Across the Netherlands, you will find 50+ Quality Lodgings where culinary enjoyment and overnight stays go hand in hand.
Auberge De Campveerse Toren
Idyllically situated on the banks of lake Veere, Auberge De Campveerse Toren, has been welcoming guests for more than 500 years. And not just any guest. William of Orange, founder of the Dutch Royal Family, ate his wedding breakfast here in 1575. The individually designed rooms contain a mixture of modern design and antiques. . Veere is a beautiful historic town, and the hotel is located right on the marina. The water beckons with a wide range of water sport options – why not hire a boat with a silent electric motor and cruise the Veerse Meer? Veere is a beautiful monumental town.
If you like hustle and bustle, Amsterdam is the place to be. Amsterdam itself is like a big open-air museum with its 17th-century canals, grand merchants’ houses and intimate squares. The Ambassade Hotel is right in the historic centre, a focal point for culture lovers and culinary enthusiasts, and a great favourite with writers too. The hotel, set in a row of 10 historic townhouses along the Herengracht canal, is home to an exceptional collection of art and literature. The guests over the years include a veritable who’s who of the world’s leading authors, and the library bar boasts no fewer than 5,000 signed books. A walk through the hotel is like visiting a museum. Feast your eyes on the colourful collection of more than 800 CoBrA works, even in Brasserie Ambassade. The icing on the cake is the in-house Ambassade Art Gallery with temporary exhibitions.
Augusta Hotel & Restaurant
Sea, dunes, harbours, locks and... Augusta. This hotel in the middle of characteristic Old Ijmuiden is a haven of tranquility, with the beach and the beautiful Heerenduinen in the area. With the fish auction and ferries across the North Sea to Newcastle just around the corner, and yet amazingly quiet. The hotel has been here for more than 100 years and it still breathes the atmosphere of the early 20th century. The hotel has an English taxicab from 1965, a Beardmore Mark V6, with which the guests can catch a ride to the beach, the dunes or the marina. The individually designed rooms are in the style of the building, with polished furniture from around 1900. Art deco and the Amsterdam School go hand in hand here. The Gentlemen’s Room with the fire place functions as a lounge. Brasserie Augusta has a French-Dutch cuisine with an Asian twist.
Discover what living on an island is like on Vlieland. Between the mudflats and the dunes, you will find Badhotel Bruin: the oldest hotel on the island with a 125-year history. The original building from 1897 and the characteristic interior would almost tempt you to forego a walk on the beach. The hotel has spacious and bright rooms (standard, luxury, family or apartments) and a wellness and beauty salon, complete with swimming spa, steam cabin and sauna. Your dog is welcome to relax on its own Fatboy bean bag in one of the apartments. For the colder seasons, there is no shortage of literature for an easy afternoon by the fireplace or just a cosy get-together at Café Bruintje with a glass of wine or beer. In the evening, you can enjoy an atmospheric dinner in restaurant Bravoure.
Bij Jef Restaurant & Hotel
There’s one thing you notice immediately when you stay at Bij Jef: you’re on an island. There’s something about the fresh colours, clear light and hip but comfortable decor that perfectly complements the Dutch island atmosphere, and the hotel is just a short walk from the beach. At Bij Jef on Texel not only can you enjoy exceptional dining but also wake up refreshed. The contemporary design merges with the restaurant’s innovative and unconventional character. The individually designed unique suites are well appointed with double rain showers and boxspring beds with the famous Texel duvets made from local lambs’ wool. The suites offer beautiful views of the island’s green fields. Chef Jef and sommelier Nadine are true culinary royalty. His dishes gain their distinctive flavours from the pure and naturally saline local ingredients. The perfect place for a gastronomic break with international flair.
Boutique Hotel Puur Zee
Imko Binnerts, master chef, and the most famous fish restaurateur in the Netherlands, has settled at the foot of the dunes in Wijk aan Zee, on the coast northwest of Amsterdam. He and his partner, wine specialist Cathy Moerdijk, welcome guests at Villa De Klughte, a chalet-style building with more than a century of history. The restaurant is called Puur Zee, meaning Pure Sea, and serves a menu based on fish from the neighboring North Sea. And it goes without saying that the dishes are accompanied by outstanding wines. The suites are named after famous Dutch seaside resorts and this theme is carried through in the styling of the room. Each room has a king-size bed in which you can dream away after dinner. On the other side of the dunes, around 300 metres away, is one of the widest beaches in the Netherlands. It’s a real family beach, which also popular with kite surfers, so there’s always something to keep you entertained. There’s an outdoor swimming pool in Villa De Klughte’s garden.
Broederenklooster Boutique Hotel & Restaurant
The Broederenklooster is a former monastery and one of the oldest and most beautiful buildings in Zutphen. It’s a place to lose yourself in a history stretching back to the 13th century – and with a chef who was once Switzerland’s youngest to earn a Michelin star. Relax in one of the guestrooms in what was once the dormitory, now equipped with every modern comfort. Explore picturesque Zutphen, sip regional beers in the Beer Bar, savour the excellent gin collection in the Gin Bar or head down to the medieval wine cellar for a wine or food tasting.
Originally, Hotel Wildthout was a mayor's residence built around 1900 by the then mayor of Ommen, Mr. Bentinck. He named this stately home "the Villa Henan", after his two daughters Hennie and Anna. Since June 2015, Niek and Petra van Duuren have been the proud owners of this warm family business, and they have grasped the challenge with both hands to expand the stately building into a pleasant hotel where guests will feel particularly at home. In a historic building like Hotel Wildthout, no two rooms are the same. Everywhere, the corners, windows, beams and sloping roofs are different. This also contributes to the cosy and homely atmosphere. All rooms have a view of the green surroundings.
Château St. Gerlach
Château St. Gerlach is a grand stately manor, beautifully located in the Geul Valley just outside Valkenburg. The classically furnished rooms and suites are in the former farmstead. The hotel apartments overlooking the Geul Valley, are in what was once the convent and granary, as are the Spa & Wellness facilities. The château is the setting for Les Salons. In the former living quarters of the baron, Les Salons serves dishes using ingredients that are locally sourced or harvested from the estate gardens and orchard. At the homely Manor Farm at the entrance to the estate, you are welcome for drinks or lunch. On the estate guests can explore the expansive parkland, elegant Baroque gardens, kitchen garden, fruit tree arboretum, rose garden and vineyard.
Hotel de Wereld
Hotel de Wereld in Wageningen has played a major role in the history of the Netherlands; it’s where the Germans negotiated their capitulation in 1945. For this reason a visit to this hotel feels like a journey through an important chapter of Dutch history. However, the history of the hotel dates right back to 1669, when the inn ‘De Wearelt’ became a as a stopping-place for travellers, horses and stage coaches, and, later, steam trams. The spacious rooms have specially designed interiors in combination with modern art. For dinner you can visit LEV. @ De Wereld. Hotel de Wereld is a great base for walking or cycling tours through beautiful nature parks such as the Veluwe and the Betuwe, or for discovering the beautiful town of Wageningen. The nearby city of Arnhem offers plenty of cultural highlights and shopping opportunities.
Château Wittem is a place where old charm and modern fine dining come together. The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V stayed here, as did William of Orange. The Wilden family transformed this historic castle into a contemporary boutique hotel with an excellent restaurant. From the 18th century to the 1950s, the castle was the residence of the Merckelbach family, and they were the last to use it as a home. The atmosphere of the decor in the 12 guestrooms is ‘French chic’ and boast classic elegance. Each room has a name and a story related to important figures in the castle’s long history, which goes back to 1125. Restaurant Julemont is named after knight Winand van Julemont, who moved into the chateau around 1200. Chef Guido Braeken serves French classics and regional favourites. Wittem is close to the border with Belgium, almost exactly between Maastricht in the Netherlands and Aachen in Germany.
Château hotel and restaurant De Havixhorst is housed in a manor from 1753 in the attractive Reest Valley. With spacious suites, an exclusive restaurant and an authentic Courtyard – where, weather permitting, lunch and dinner are served – this hotel- restaurant is magnificent in appearance. Perhaps this is the reason why the storks return to their nest on the chimneys each spring? In the castle’s gardens, landscaped in French baroque-style, you will find art from prominent contemporary artists. The former Coach House has been transformed into one of six classy reception areas. The vaulted cellar is home to a great collection of wines, in which regular wine tastings are held. The menu offers dishes prepared with regional produce; vegetables, herbs and fruit from the hotel’s kitchen garden are used whenever possible. The surroundings offer many attractions. Take a leisurely stroll through the Reest Valley, visit the stork station De Lokkerij, go punting in Giethoorn or hunt for ancient megaliths.
Clipper Stad Amsterdam
The Clipper Stad Amsterdam, a modern replica of an 1850 clipper is a 76 metre-long three-mast ship with a square rig. It sails under no fewer than 2,200 square metres of sail cloth. The hardwood decking, the wheel house, the lines and the sails may be 19th century, but the on-board comforts are 21st century. The 14 full size huts, 11 square metres, are spacious enough for two people. They have air conditioning, private toilet and shower. The longroom, the heart of the ship, is finished with copper and wood. Here you can eat, drink, chat, read or play a game. In the winter months the clipper sails in the Caribbean. Enjoy a fabulous cruise with a small group. The trip from and to the Caribbean can be booked with ‘Avontuurlijke Meezeilvakantie’ (Adventurous sail-along holiday). For sailing enthusiasts there are always plenty of on-board jobs. If you are not afraid of heights you are welcome to climb the rigging.
Hotel de Sterrenberg
Hotel de Sterrenberg is located close to the western entrance to De Hoge Veluwe National Park, the largest private estate in the Netherlands. The hotel’s warm interior is above all inspired by its immediate surroundings. Natural materials such as natural stone, sturdy concrete and wood feature prominently in the hotel’s interior. Even the art work reflects nature. Hotel de Sterrenberg offers a lot of extras; there is a large indoor swimming pool, a warm relax pool with bubbles and jets, a fitness area, a tepidarium, a steam bath and saunas. Hotel de Sterrenberg offers the use of electric bicycles to discover the Park’s many attractions. Such as, the Kröller-Müller Museum, the Museonder and St Hubertus Hunting Lodge. National Museum Paleis Het Loo, with its stately palace garden and park, is a 15-minute drive away.
Culinair landgoed Parc Broekhuizen
Culinair landgoed Parc Broekhuizen offers a very special combination: it is centuries old, yet at the same time contemporary. The hotel, Carriage House and park are rich in historic grandeur. During the restoration, however, contemporary design elements and modern art were added to the splendour of the past. The natural light inside is beautifully atmospheric, and the views of the surrounding parkland and countryside are inspiring. The Parc Broekhuizen country estate is in itself a wonderful place to spend time relaxing. Culinair landgoed Parc Broekhuizen has five charming salons for meetings, events and private dining.
Delfins Beach Resort
Delfins Beach Resort exceeds all guest expectations through offering a fantastic stay at the pearl white beaches that Caribbean Island Bonaire offers.The resort, located directly at the sea, is filled with tropic flora which gives the design beautiful green accents. You spend the night at Delfins in style. Whether you choose for a studio with its own terrace, or one of the apartments with fully equipped kitchen; you will have everything you need. The panorama penthouse offer the grandest views over the Caribbean Sea and Bonaire. Would you like to have some extra space, than the XL Panorama is the right choice. The utmost comfortable villa’s with three- or four bedrooms are truly equipped with plenty of comfort, inside as well as outside on the terrace, to guarantee an enjoyable stay.
De Kromme Watergang
This part of Zeeland, Zeeuws-Vlaanderen is famed for its hospitality and tasty food and drink, and De Kromme Watergang is no exception. This restaurant with its unique rooms is located just behind the Schelde dikes. Owners Edwin and Blanche Vinke run an internationally acclaimed restaurant offering a taste of Zeeland. The Chef sources only the best local produce. Freshly caught fish comes in daily from Breskens. The restaurant’s huge kitchen garden, De Zilte Hof, is the other important source of ingredients. Three of the four suites are located in a new condo complex in Breskens harbour. Behind the dunes of Breskens you will find beautiful beaches overlooking the Westerschelde. The Belgian seaside resort of Knokke is well within reach.
Grand Hotel de Draak
The oldest document mentioning Herberg De Draak – now Grand Hotel De Draak – dates from 1397. It proves that this is the oldest hotel in the Netherlands. Spend the night in one of De Draak’s historic and characterful buildings – as you might expect, no two rooms or suites are the same – and enjoy breakfast in the classic setting of the breakfast room. After a long walk or bike ride, you can relax in the hotel’s spa and beauty centre. De Draak also has a large terrace with a view of Bergen op Zoom’s historic marketplace.
Fort Resort Beemster
Once part of the Defence Line of Amsterdam and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the old fort has been transformed into an eco-chic resort, Fort Resort Beemster. Blending heritage with contemporary design, the former military building is now an oasis of hospitality and serenity. Anyone entering Fort Resort Beemster will experience the warmth, hospitality and special ambiance of the place. The unique spa and wellness centre has a wood burning Kelo Sauna, a panorama sauna, a salt water pool, an herbal pool, a sandy beach, and a meditation garden with a large lawn, as well as indoor and outdoor pools. The luxury spa offers marvellous massages, facials and hammam rituals
Blue, in the 19th-century part of Nijmegen, is the little sister of another exceptional QL Hotel, MANNA. Owners Sander Hendrix and Aïda Papilaja-Hendrix worked together with interior designer and artist Eric de Bruijn to create yet another gem: smart, cool and serene. Highlights are their own bar named Blue Bar with a stunning Portuguese tile wall and its own house gin, Blue Gin by Ivar, and comfortable rooms with beautifully minimalist bathrooms by JEE -O. Blue is brimming with art, and the fun part is that almost all artworks are for sale. There is even an in-house fashion gallery. A few doors down you will find the fabulous MANNA Global Food & Fish Restaurant and Brasserie MANNA.
Boutique Hotel 717 is on the Prinsengracht, one of the idyllic canals in Amsterdam’s city centre UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once the residence and sugar mill of a wealthy merchant, Hotel 717 is as impressive on the outside as it is on the inside. The buildings date from the 17th century, the house on the canal at number 717 is 19th century. The interior of the nine suites is antique combined with modern and African art. Since 2020, the hotel has also had two family suites and a double deluxe suite, bringing the total number of suites to 12. The family suites in the new wing of the hotel sleep a maximum of four, and each have a traditional box-bed and a king-size bed.
Hotel Restaurant Valuas
Hotel Restaurant Valuas is located just outside Venlo, on the banks of the river Maas. The love of the hospitality industry has been ingrained in this family business from an early age. The dynamic and contemporary company has its home in a beautiful building. The comfortable rooms, which are well suited for both private and business stays, are beautifully and warmly decorated. Some overlooking the river Maas. The true lover of the traditional Dutch croquette should definitely visit Valuas. Eric Swaghoven is known for the Valuas Kroketterie where only the very best homemade croquettes in a wide variety can be tasted. Only prepared with the finest ingredients. Valuas has a restaurant and a brasserie. Brasserie La Vie by Valuas has been awarded with a Bib Gourmand by Michelin.
Hotel TwentySeven, a modern, exceptionally warm, iconic suite hotel, creates the illusion of a dream in timeless surroundings. In the heart of Amsterdam, right on Dam Square, next to the National Monument and Royal Palace, the hotel offers 16 individually designed suites. They vary in size from 43m2 (463 sq. ft), to the Imperial Terrace Suite mea- suring no less than 219m2 (2,357 sq. ft). This suite has three bedrooms and bathrooms, three double Jacuzzis, two living rooms and a spacious private terrace. With fabrics, furnishings and materials from sources ranging from Nepal, to Paris, Venice and Belgium, every corner of the lavish interior has been brought to life by the finest and most beautiful design.
Hotel Villa Ruimzicht
The monumental building of Villa Ruimzicht was built in 1853 and became property of the Christelijke Philantropische Inrichtingen (Christian Philanthropic Institutions) in 1868 and served as a training institute for ministers. The building has been completely transformed into a 4-star hotel, with spacious guest rooms decorated in mainly white tones, two restaurants, a bar and a cooking studio. Hotel Villa Ruimzicht is surrounded by its own park with unusual trees. There is a 140-year-old Sequoia tree and several lawns. There is a large terrace and several verandas. When the weather is nice, breakfast, lunch or dinner is served here.
For four generations the hospitality of Nobel has been legendary on the Dutch Wadden island Ameland - and far beyond. The historic hotel is in the heart of quaint historical Ballum. Nobel successfully merges history and contemporary luxury. A few years ago the entire hotel was renovated but the café was kept in its original state. Throughout the years hotel guests and island dwellers have come together to play cards, celebrate or just have a beer. Most of the uniquely designed hotel rooms have a private patio or balcony. Lunch or dinner are very enjoyable here too.
Hotel Parkzicht Eindhoven
Hotel Parkzicht is a fantastic place to get familiar with Eindhoven, located exactly in-between the city and nature. The building, constructed in 1930 commissioned by Philips to house their employees, has been transformed into a beautiful hotel. Eindhoven is world renown as the light and design city. However, Brabanders are known in the Netherlands as Burgundians. They are known to enjoy life to the fullest. Good food and drinks is therefore a necessity. The sincere interest in and for the attention of our guests. That is what hotel Parkzicht is known for. Nicky and Derk van Westenbrugge have been implementing innovations for over nine years. They completely renovated the restaurant and reallocated it on the market as Thym by Parkzicht. Whilst the hotel rooms have also been renovated. At this moment, Parkzicht is known as the Burgundy hotspot in Eindhoven, a place where you feel at home.
De Prinsenhof was founded in 1436 as a monastery for the Brethren of Common Life. Later it became the residence of stadtholder William Frederick of Nassau-Dietz (1613-1664), before being used as barracks and a military hospital. Centrally located in the shadows of the Martini tower, on the edge of the memorable Martini cemetery, Hotel Prinsenhof offers oak wood parquet floors, the finest bed linen and Acqua di Parma toiletries in all its rooms. The abbey church with its imposing hearth currently serves as the hotel’s Grand Café and has a walled terrace at the front. Restaurant Nassau, with its view of the Prinsentuin is housed in the former sleeping quarters of Stadtholder Willem Frederik and his wife Albertine Agnes. The renaissance garden dates from 1626 and features a rose garden, a herb garden, two romantic bowers and a monumental sun dial.
Hotel Restaurant Klein Zwitserland
Klein Zwitserland (little Switzerland) is the name of the hilly region where the little river the Gulp flows into Southern Limburg from Belgium. The hotel lies in the centre middle of this beautiful region rich in woodlands and meadows and offers breathta- king views over the surrounding hills, also known as the ‘garden of Maastricht’. Klein Zwitserland is a small-scale family hotel with the perfect balance of hospitality, comfort and gastronomic delights. The stylish contemporary interior will quickly make you feel at home. The Wellness Suites and Wellness Superior Rooms are located in the modern wing. Some suites can be used as family rooms
Kasteel de Wittenburg
Kasteel De Wittenburg was built in 1899 by the aristocrat Helenus Marinus Speelman, a descendent of Cornelis Speelman, a 17th-century governor of the Dutch East Indies – modern-day Indonesia. Designed as a country retreat, this stately home has been run since the 1960s by the De Wittenburg Society as an international meeting centre, and has welcomed countless captains of industry, ministers, and foreign dignitaries. Each of the ten stylish guestrooms has an atmosphere of its own, an excellent bathroom and a view of the surrounding estate. The basement houses the contemporary French and Asian restaurant Sophie, named after Speelman’s wife, Sophie Adriënne baroness Sloet van Oldruitenborgh. The couple travelled widely as you can still see from the exquisite Chinese vases they brought home as souvenirs.
Landgoed Hotel & Restaurant Carelshaven
Carelshaven had an important function in the region from as early as 1772. It lies on the grand Twickel estate, which covers an area of forty-three square kilometres, and includes 150 farmhouses. The name Carelshaven refers to the harbour on the Twickelervaart, a waterway that once connected the little town of Delden with Amsterdam, via the river Regge and the Zuiderzee. The canal was constructed by Carel George, count of Wassenaer Obdam, who lived in Twickel castle. Carelshaven began as a modest bargeman’s inn, and has developed over the centuries to become a celebrated hotel. Its symmetrical shapes, wide veranda and white rendered walls give the hotel a 19th-century appearance. For many years the interior was in classic style, but in recent years, the new owners Alco and Evelyn van Berkel have gradually brought this illustrious hotel into the 21st century. A number of the guestrooms have been modernised, as have the restaurant and bar. The cuisine is contemporary, but the menu also includes classic seasonal dishes.
Landgoed Lauswolt and the Michelin-awarded restaurant De Heeren van Harinxma are an ultimate place of pilgrimage for bon vivants and are renowned for its relaxed atmosphere. Here, in the heart of Friesland, you have nature, top gastronomy and a variety of top facilities at your fingertips. The Golf Course of Golf & Country Club Lauswolt meanders pleasantly over the estate. Ultimate relaxation can be found in the health & spa. The dishes of chef Arjan Bisschop in the restaurant De Heeren van Harinxma are based on a classical style and prepared with the most beautiful Frisian seasonal products, whether or not from their own vegetable garden. De Heeren van Harinxma is the only restaurant in Friesland with a Michelin star. The second restaurant, Bistro Nijeholt (Bib Gourmand), brims with conviviality and tempts with catchy dishes and wines. The estate has everything in-house and invites to be discovered.
Enjoy the historic ambiance of this impressive castle on the edge of the Veluwe. At Kasteel Engelenburg you can eat, drink and sleep to an exceptional standard and have a splendid 9-hole golf course at your disposal. The English Lounge at Kasteel Engelenburg houses the largest collection of single malt whiskies in the Netherlands. Wine lovers will not be disappointed here either. In the 16th century the first owner of the castle, Jacob Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, traded in German wines. Nowadays the hotel specialises in South African wines. The rooms and suites are furnished partly in antique style, and are situated in the Coach House, the Orangery or in the Cape House, which has the atmosphere of a Cape winery. The fairytale view from the 19th century conservatory restaurant over the moat and golf course will transport you back to another era. Dinner is of course complemented with excellent South African wines.
It was in the early 20th century that Jonkheer Egbert Lintelo de Geer set about the construction of Kasteel Kerckebosch, a splendid castle in the woodland around the town of Zeist. Antiques and ornaments from restored churches and castles in the area give the interior its dis- tinctive style. There are two antique doors with cast iron knockers from the cathedral in Utrecht, and the fireplace in the salon came from an 18th- century Amsterdam canal house. During the recent refurbishments of the hotel, Cynthia Schell and Hans van Triest stylishly complemented the original interior with contemporary elements. The authentic hotel rooms are spread over two sections with a total of 5 different room types.
The smallest castle in the Netherlands, Kasteeltje Hattem, nestles in Roermond city park. Surrounded by trees and greenery, complete with a moat and pond, this authentic castle now is a little paradise for connoisseurs. The former coach houses have been converted into comfortable hotel suites, spacious and light in colour with crisp interiors. The stylish restaurant is in the castle, open for lunch and dinner, featuring a gastronomic à la carte menu as well as a smaller lunch menu. In fine weather relax on the sunny terrace. The restaurant and the hotel are closed on Sundays after breakfast.
Landhuishotel De Bloemenbeek
Landhuishotel De Bloemenbeek is on a 12 acre estate on the rippling brook Bloemenbeek in the gently sloping Dinkel valley. A tasteful boutique hotel with history, style and allure. Most suites have their own terrace with a view of the theatrical landscape. Five suites are deemed ‘Grand’ as they have - in addition to sleeping quarters - a magnificent living area with sofa, armchairs and writing desks. The Manor Hotel’s grounds include a beautifully laid out restaurant garden and terraces, a romantic inner courtyard bordered by plane trees, a kitchen garden, environmental-friendly ornamental ponds, works of art and mature fruit trees. You will also find beehives from local beekeepers on the estate.
In Maastricht city centre, in the former Kruisheren monastery, you will find the Kruisherenhotel Maastricht. A unique place uniting ancient history and design. The comfortable and contemporary rooms are in the 15th century monastery, the gatekeeper’s house and adjacent Casa Nova. The reception, boardrooms, a library and wine bar with ‘aboveground wine cellar’ are situated in the monumental gothic church of the monastery. The modern interior is designed by interior architect Henk Vos and the German lighting artist Ingo Maurer. Every morning, noon and evening you can enjoy various culinary surprises with accompanying wines in the nave of the church, on the mezzanine.
Le Marin Boutique Hotel
Rotterdam, a world-famous port city with an impressive, constantly developing skyline. It is often described as an architectural and cultural metropolis with a young and vivid city culture. In a city where the adventure is waiting for you around every corner, Le Marin Boutique Hotel provides you with a warm cozy home. The elegant design in boudoir-style with dark tints makes for an authentic chic, warm and welcoming ambiance. Whether you chose for a room in Le Marin Hotel or its little brother Le Petit Marin Hotel, the suites are all evenly beautiful and luxurious. Le Marin Boutique Hotel is the ideal location for a city trip.
Le Petit Marin Boutique Hotel
You will find Le Petit Marin Hotel in the Graaf Florisstraat, a beautiful lane with impressive plane trees, located in Rotterdam west. Le Petit Marin is the little brother of Le Marin Boutique Hotel. At both locations you are certain of a charming homecoming, however with a few little differences. Le Petit Marin Hotels is especially suitable for the flexible and carefree traveler. It is ideal if you prefer to spontaneously plan your own city program, or decide to take the kids to Diergaarde Blijdorp. Le Petit Marin has a 24-hour self-employed check-in counter and has the possibility to reserve a breakfast-to-go. Are you visiting with your friends or family? The modern and stylish family rooms are perfect for 4 persons, and are equipped with 2 double beds.
Landgoed De Uitkijk
In the 1930s, this friendly hotel was a tea house, a stopping place for people, horses and carts. From the wooden lookout tower on top of the hill (‘uitkijk’ means ‘lookout’) you could gaze out over the landscape of Salland, with a view stretching far into Germany. Helen and Lars Kijftenbelt offer the same warm hospitality as the guests enjoyed in the olden days, but now in contemporary surroundings. And the view is as beautiful as ever! The hotel is surrounded by nature; you can cycle straight into the woods to enjoy the peace, quiet and gently rolling landscape. The terrace is tempting for a tasty lunch or a leisurely dinner. The decor in the hotel is warm, contemporary and refined, in English country house style. A splendid open fire with comfortable chairs create a homely atmosphere.
When the guilder was still legal tender in the Netherlands, the maker of the currency - JOH. Enschedé - was named on all bank notes. The building in which Hotel Restaurant ML is housed was formerly the Enschedé family home. For centuries the printing-office and type foundry were also active there. Among other things, the typefaces with which the notes were printed, were made here. During the remodelling, the architect successfully managed to preserve the authenticity of this historic building whilst at the same time creating a special hotel. The rooms are stylish and modern. Some still have original decorations and ornaments. The hotel is situated in the centre of Haarlem, on the beautiful, authentic Klokhuisplein.
Zierikzee, op het eiland Schouwen-Duiveland, is een typisch Zeeuwse stad met een indrukwekkende historie. Zo vierde de stad in 2019 haar 800-jarig bestaan. De Oosterschelde stroomt voor haar voeten langs, drooggehouden door de deltawerken, het Nederlandse antwoord op het oprukkende water. Hotel Mondragon, dat zichzelf meer een ‘stadslogement’ noemt, kijkt uit over de Oude Haven. Naamgever van het hotel is de Spaanse veldheer Cristóbal Mondragón. Hij belegerde Zierikzee in 1576 in opdracht van Koning Filips II van Spanje en logeerde op deze plek. Het kleurenpalet in de gastenkamers varieert van Rembrandt-rood tot zachtgroen, een keuze die samenhangt met licht dat de zon werpt op de verschillende momenten van dag.
Nijmegen has a rich history dating back some 2000 years. It is a cosmopolitan and vibrant student city. Hotel MANNA is located in the centre of the city in a historic building that dates from 1896. Design office Egoista.com designed the interior, beautifully merging modern design and comfort. The charming luxury suites are individually styled. They offer plenty of space to sleep, bathe, relax or work. The heart of MANNA is its vibrant restaurant and seafood bar.
Mauritz Grand Café, Restaurant and Hotel
The lovely town of Willemstad is named after William of Orange (1533-1584) founder of The Netherlands. The town’s fortifications bear witness to a rich past. In the town centre lies Grand Café, Restaurant, Salon & Hotel Mauritz in a 19th century building which has been meticulously restored and refurbished. Granito floors, tile mosaics and the wooden bar in the Grand Café exude the atmosphere of a Parisian Brasserie, including striking poster in art nouveau style. The strong pillars originate from a Brussels’ metro station.
Merlet lies at the edge of the pleasant village of Schoorl, surrounded by the widest area of sand dunes in the Netherlands. You can explore the picturesque dunes, woodlands and beach from the hotel. This unique hotel is now run by a dynamic second generation of the Bourgonje family. All the luxurious rooms have balconies, and in the souterrain you will find a heated swimming pool, as well as a spa and beauty salon, sauna, steam room and fitness area. Merlet’s culinary heart is its completely restyled Michelin-starred restaurant. Diners delight in the dishes created by Jonathan Zandbergen and served in an interior by designer John Breed - you can see the chef and his team at work in the open kitchen. The menu changes along with the seasons and offers classic and inventive dishes. Picnics and walks with a forest ranger are available on request and there are countless cycle paths and bridleways through the pine woods that cover the dunes.
In the small historic town of Monnickendam you will find Suitehotel & Restaurant Posthoorn. Napoleon Bonaparte stayed at this stately yet hospitable house in 1697. Upon entering this national monument building, you immediately sense the riches and opulence of the golden age. The small-scale hotel, only 12 km from Amsterdam, has luxurious suites and rooms where comfort and well-being are priorities. The owner, Marc Boeljon, was inspired by the most beautiful boutique hotels in Europe. Posthoorn’s restaurant is a culinary hotspot. The Head Chef combines classic French cuisine with ingredients from all over the world in a bold distinctive touch. For those who look for tranquility and natural wetlands, but with a big city within reach, Posthoorn is ideally located.
Stadspaleis Old Ruitenborgh
Historic Vollenhove is perhaps one of the best kept secrets of the eastern Netherlands. For centuries, fishermen set sail from the harbour on what was once the open sea, but today is an inland waterway – the little town has been enveloped by reclaimed land. In the 17th century, Vollenhove had no fewer than 17 stately manor houses, which earned it the name ‘City of Palaces’.
Restaurant, Hotel & Spa Savarin
In the former country house Huize Zuidhoorn, that has been a beacon of hospitality for more than three centuries, you will find that today it is Restaurant, Hotel & Spa Savarin. Situated between two cities - stately The Hague and historic Delft - Savarin is a haven of tranquility, with its private wellness centre and the surrounding parkland.
Suitehotel Pincoffs is a boutique hotel with international flair housed in a historical monument from 1879 on the Kop van Zuid in Rotterdam. The interior offers an exciting mix of antique, design and photography combined with modern comforts. The former customs office with a view of the river features a suite with a secret entrance, a Love Suite with a whirlpool for two and a duo-shower as well as a designer suite with luxurious furniture made from recycled materials.
The Hague has style. This will come as no surprise, of course, given that this city beside the dunes is home to the Dutch parliament and the king. Follow sophisticated locals to upmarket delicatessens, or check out the trendy Foodhallen, The Hague has it all.
The arsenal in the centre of Woerden is a listed building dating from 1762. Carefully restored and sustainably renovated, it has been transformed into Van Rossum café and restaurant and Stadshotel Woerden. This boutique hotel in Holland’s rural Groene Hart area, within easy reach of the major cities, has spacious rooms in individual style, with atmospheric oak beams and comfortable Auping beds. The cafe terrace and restaurant are on a lively square, Kerkplein. Van Rossum knows how to make its guests immediately feel welcome.
You will be hard pressed to find a nicer place for leisure or business meetings. Villa Beukenhof has so much to offer, the cosy bar is ideal for an aperitif or after dinner drink, a charming restaurant and a bistro with a touch of Paris, a grand terrace in the middle of the garden, a centuries old venerable beech tree, relaxing lounge chairs, wonderful hotel rooms, meeting rooms, venue rooms and a cigar room. The comfortable suites are well appointed. The suites are individually styled and have international names, such as Paris, New York, Dubai or Tokyo. Whether your preference is ultramodern and high tech, including shower with mood lighting or old-world charm with a four-poster bed from 1740, it is all there for you to discover and enjoy!
The Winselerhof from the 16th century was originally a charming country manor. Currently the manor farm is a unique hotel with Italian restaurant. Winselerhof is renowned for its wonderful atmosphere, traditional farmhouse charm and warm hospitality. Most of the rooms are located around the characteristic court yard. The hotel offers the perfect ambience with a crisp interior and marvellous view of Limburg’s countryside from the restaurant.
De Zon Hotel en Restaurant
De Zon Hotel & Restaurant dates from 1893. De Zon has a modern and contemporary feel and is situated on the river Vecht in Overijssel. An amazing collection of paintings from Henk Helmantel grace the walls. Paintings by other contemporary artists can be found as well, including Jan te Wierik and Astrid Engels. Most rooms have views over the river Vecht and feature a whirlpool in the bathrooms. Affiliate hotel Paping has a swimming pool and the extensive Ommen Sauna & Beauty spa.
De Nederlanden Restaurant & Boutique Hotel
This small boutique hotel is located in a historical building from 1680, on the banks of the river Vecht. Located in Vreeland, a small idyllic town centrally located between Amsterdam and Utrecht. Spend the night in one of the 11 minimalist designed rooms and suites that are inspired by Scandinavian and Japanese style. In the restaurant you can enjoy culinary creations at Michelin star level by Wilco Berends, meanwhile his wife Caroline Berends runs the hotel and restaurant. In the summer we recommend to take a dip in the river Vecht, use the swimming ladder provided by De Nederlanden to easily get in and out of the water.
Ysbrantsz Boutique Hotel & Restaurant
In 2020, owners Marco and Laura opened Boutique Hotel & Restaurant Ysbrantsz in the heart of Hoorn, a historic port city. The flair of the Dutch Golden Age is still very much visible here. This is reflected at Ysbrantz where, in the 17th century, Johan Ysbrantsz was a restaurateur, a warm, hospitable man who liked to give his guests the feeling of coming home. At Roode Steen 14, he cooked meals with spices that the sailors brought back from faraway journeys. At Ysbrantsz Boutique Hotel and Restaurant, hospitality and sustainability (gas-free) are key. Ysbrantsz gives the feeling of coming home. A place for a cosy dinner, a good cup of coffee and a night in one of the historic, modernly renovated rooms.
Located along the dike, in the watery landscape between the Maas and Waal rivers, lies Flicka. Thomas and Merlijn made their dreams come true when opening Flicka with great success. Flicka is Swedish for girl. This name was chosen because of the love Thomas has for his three girls: his daughters and his wife Merlijn. Flicka's top priority is their guests experience. The atmospheric suites and the restaurant have been decorated by Merlijn, the hostess. Thomas and Merlijn are a true dream team. While Thomas, being a perfectionist, is completely focussed on his cuisine, Merlijn makes sure that the guests are pampered.
Spending the night in a monumental building becomes reality at Nidum Boetiekhotel, which is opening soon. Nidum is currently working on the six hotel rooms, which are expected to open in the late summer of 2022. The 16th century building was transformed into a house of inspiration. The overall concept Nidum, which is Latin for 'nest', is a place for inspiration and awakening new ideas, where the focus is on interior design and art, it feels like a 'warm nest' here. This beautiful location, the Arsenaal and Grave, is where several showrooms, stores and Restaurant Ovum come together. A new addition is Nidum Boetiekhotel, the Arsenaal has been transformed into 6 beautiful rooms decorated by different interior designers where you can enjoy an overnight stay. As a result, that each room has its own unique character.
In the bustling city of Leeuwarden, Notiz Hotel is located. A hotel to stand out, and where they see guests and the world around them differently. Notiz Hotel Leeuwarden is run by national and international students from the Hotel Management School NHL Stenden. Led by professionals, these students make sure you get twice the attention and go the extra mile to make your visit unforgettable. Notiz Hotel has taken on the principles of Dutch Cuisine, implementing them throughout their hotel and consciously choosing local and sustainable.
Leerhotel Het Klooster
Leerhotel Het Klooster is not only in a beautiful location, it also introduces you to its special history. The beautiful building is a national monument from 1952. In the 1950s, the Order of the Crusaders established a monastery here where they provided education and accommodation for travellers. Leerhotel Het Klooster is a place where historic charm and young hospitality talent meet, both the hotel and restaurant are run by students. Imagine yourself in the beautiful courtyard garden and relax by the pond. The Klooster is a hidden gem with the allure of a hotspot. It is the ideal base for discovering the beauties of Amersfoort and its surroundings.
Skotel The Hague
Skotel The Hague is the second training hotel of Hotelschool The Hague. Housekeeping, operations, the kitchen and service are completely operated by the students. With hospitality deeply embedded in Skotel The Hague's DNA, as part of their education they work with professionalism and care, ensuring that their guests have an unforgettable stay! You can also combine your stay at Skotel The Hague with a culinary experience. Le Début, the fine dining restaurant of Hotelschool The Hague. The restaurant is completely run by the students as part of their education, under the supervision of a professional chef-instructor and a maître d'hôtel.
De Rooi Pannen Breda
A place where in the17th century recruits exerted themselves and soldiers slept for centuries on hard britches, you can now be pampered by the students of Hotel school De Rooi Pannen Breda. The beautifully restored barracks building from 1771 has been transformed into an extremely stylish hotel where authentic elements have been tastefully integrated with contemporary design. The restoration project is the largest in the history of both De Rooi Pannen Breda and the municipality of Breda. The hotel and restaurant are run by students who attach great importance to hospitality. The hospitality combined with the special location and a piece of Breda's history ensure an unforgettable stay. De Rooi Pannen Breda has no less than two restaurants and a brasserie, therefore you will not be short of anything. Breda is a historic and lively city, where dynamism knows no boundaries.
A unique experience where you will be pampered by international students from Skotel Amsterdam. Skotel Amsterdam is located in the campus of Hotelschool The Hague in Amsterdam which is in the world's leading hospitality school. Once you enter the campus, you will be welcomed by the unique, international and hospitable atmosphere. Skotel Amsterdam has a number of uniquely designed rooms in collaboration with well-known hotel chains. On the first floor you can choose from three different restaurants. With its own parking garage, Skotel Amsterdam has a perfect location with good public transport connections. This gives you many opportunities to explore living Amsterdam.
De Rooi Pannen Tilburg
In a green suburb of Tilburg, you will find the characteristic monastery of De Rooi Pannen Tilburg. De Rooi Pannen owes its name to the striking red roof tiles that are on the monastery. While the outside of the building breathes history, the inside is completely contemporary. The hotel rooms are furnished by well-known hotel chains such as. The dynamics of the young student community that runs the hotel, led by passionate professors, create a professional and hospitable atmosphere. De Rooi Pannen Tilburg is the perfect base from which to explore the surprising city centre of Tilburg or to enjoy the green surroundings.
New Mondrian Hotel
The New Mondrian Hotel has five hotel rooms that are divided into four Accor Hotel Group classifications and is situated in the center of The Hague. The New Mondrian Hotel's convenient position in the heart of busy The Hague, next to Central Station, makes it an ideal place to stay. The students strive to make your stay special each and every day.
De Rooi Pannen Eindhoven
The hospitality institute hotel De Rooi Pannen Eindhoven is situated within walking distance of the centre of the lively Eindhoven. This is an ideal base to explore the design capital of The Netherlands. Surrounding the hotel are the schools of De Rooi Pannen, of which the students work in the hotel and restaurant to gain their professional knowledge. There is plenty to do without leaving the hotel. The 19 beautifully renovated, modern, comfortable rooms offer every comfort. For the students who run the hotel, nothing is too much trouble to provide you with a great stay.
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