Fancy a few days away in a lively and bustling environment? Listed has already selected a few pearls for you to stay in!
B&B Villa Nicola in Amsterdam.
This villa is located at the edge of the centre where owner Werner (and his faithful four-legged friend Kees, believe me you will be sold at his first glance) will give you a warm welcome and pamper you completely. The location by the water and on the edge of the centre is ideal. Opposite the popular De Pijp district, a district full of terraces and many restaurants, you name it and every kitchen can be found there. Cosy little shops, the beautifully raked Sarphatipark and of course the lively Albert Cuyp market. Choosing between the two luxury large suites will be difficult, because both are beautiful. And do you like flowers? The Villa is full of vases with beautiful flowers. Want to know more? Then go to this link.
La Paulowna Boutique Hotel in The Hague.
The Hague is known as the Hofstad with a lot of international allure and grandeur. Stately embassy buildings all around you and, of course, the Lower House, the Ridderzaal and Noordeinde Palace. The peace and quiet and the French atmosphere of the Anna Paulownaplein are striking. A square surrounded by various catering establishments and: the beautiful building of La Paulowna Boutique Hotel. A fine hotel, small-scale, hospitable, attractive and sustainable. On the other side of the square (above a relaxed wine bar), La Paulowna has a number of fine suites with beautiful windows from which you have a fine view of the square. They are proud of their collaboration with Restobar Bayonne, which offers French & Spanish Basque cuisine and is located in the same building. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Would you like to know more? Have a look at this link.
Boutique hotel STAATS in Haarlem.
This is the kind of hotel that makes you feel good right away. Staying here feels like visiting friends: small, intimate and embracing. A little bit quirky, lots of colour, vintage and modern mixed together. Within walking distance of the station, in an old school with a courtyard. If you go outside, you step right into the centre of Haarlem. Shopping, strolling, a museum, a bar, maybe a trip to the beach, everything is possible. And if you want to eat in the hotel: from Monday to Thursday you are welcome in Restaurant de Ripper in hotel STAATS. A learning place for young people with, as they say, a 'full backpack'. Here, young people are given the opportunity to get their lives back on track through an education in hospitality and catering. Want to know more? Then go to this link.
Suite Hotel Pincoffs in Rotterdam.
Suite Hotel Pincoffs is situated on the banks of the river Maas in the Kop van Zuid. From the hotel you can look out over the skyline of Rotterdam. It is stylishly decorated, with a sparkling mix of monumental details, design and powerful photography. There is a cosy bar and breakfast room with beautiful high windows everywhere. The staircase is historic and atmospheric and the rooms are light and beautifully styled. Beautiful spacious rooms and a number of wonderful corner suites with jaccuzi or whirlpool and an amazing view. It is a building full of history, this trendy renovated customs office is the place to be for those who want to explore the city but also want to pamper themselves. Want to know more? Then take a look at this link.
The Unbound in Amsterdam.
The Unbound is an estate; a boutique hotel with spaciously designed cabins and suites, communal garden, restaurant, Lobby (bar), The Daily (shop) and outdoor sauna. This is the place where the city, Dutch nature and architecture meet. A playground for light, air and space. Hip and a touch quirky. Everywhere in the complex, you will find many natural materials. A lot of wood has been used and the colour scheme is warm and in keeping with the natural surroundings. The various cabins and suites are all special, with names that make you dream: such as 'The Barn', 'The Independent', 'The Hideout', 'The Lighthouse' or 'The Unwind'. From the cabins you can walk straight into the garden and look out on nature. And all that on the outskirts of bustling Amsterdam.