- Walk-in shower
- Experience the room with beautiful views of the city
Our elegant Superior rooms are furnished with modern ‘headboards’ decorated with beautiful images of different themes. All Superior rooms are situated on the front of the hotel and have a beautiful view of the city. Some of them even have their own balconies! In the morning, you can enjoy a delicious cup of Nespresso coffee here.
- 2 Twin beds
- 1 Double bed
- max. 2 persons
- ± 22 m²
About this room
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Wake up service
- Flat screen TV
- Coffee machine
Good to know
from 3 p.m
- Cancellation / Prepayment
Cancellation and prepayment conditions vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the terms and conditions of the room you selected.
- Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged €50 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of total guests in a room is 3.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
For a booking of more than 9 rooms, special conditions and extra supplementary charges may apply.
- Payment options
nice old building. very friendly reception. the most ugliest hotel from the inside. there is no love and no harmony. the rooms are ok but the shower is a hazard. there is a small plateau where you have to shower so you can break your neck when you dont pay attention. and trust me. in the morning i dont pay atention to different sorts of height in a badtub...
Good meeting spaces and comfortable rooms
I was here for a workshop. The bedroom was quite large and the meeting room and lunch was good. Only negative aspect was the limited restaurant menu - and the fact that they couldn't serve pizza despite it being on the room service menu.
A good, middle of the road, place to stay. The rooms are a good size, though a little shabby. I enjoyed being able to open the window to let a little fresh air in. The staff are mostly pretty friendly and the food is good. The only niggles were a couple of silly design decisions in the room. The room is either "on" or "off" depending on if you have your card in the slot, if the card is in there is "mood lighting" which you can't turn off, if it's out nothing works. So you can't read in bed then switch off the bedside light, you have to get up and pull the card. There are two TVs in the room, but I couldn't actually figure out how to turn the second one off, so it sat there, gently glowing all night (even with the card out). These are little things really, but I guess that's what separates the average from the good.
Very elegant with thin walls
Food is good, although having been there three times in a year, it doesn't vary in options very much. Wine is OK. Rooms are OK, although on check-in, I had been pre-assigned a room that gave onto the main street which has trolley cars and is loud. I asked to change and the receptionist was a little snooty (you've already been assigned a room!). Luckily she changed me. As it was, with long work meetings every day (where the staff was very responsive and nice), I had loud neighbors on 2 of the three nights. They woke me up but I was so exhausted they didn't keep me up, but really, paying what one pays for the night, a little sound insulation would be appreciated! Nice bathrooms in the rooms.
A superb hotel with brilliant staff. We got the train from the airport (an easy journey with a 5 minute walk to the hotel) and a taxi back for €30. The only potential down side is the 40 minute walk to the city centre but we hired the hotel bicycles at €16 a day. The perfect way to get around the city centre.