AddressGelderse plein 50 RotterdamSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Located in the Oude Haven (Old Port) Rotterdam, this brand new citizenM Rotterdam is a stylish contemporary hotel, which is right at the city centre with many sights of the city. Free Wi-Fi and free movies on demand are also available.
Guests can enjoy the modern, trendy bedrooms which feature ambient lighting and a touchscreen tablet which controls the lights, LED TV, music system as well as the blinds and the temperature. The en suite bathroom features a rain shower.
The citizenM design hotel itself features a 24-hour reception and contemporary shared living areas furnished with Vitra chic furniture. Guests may also take advantage of the free iMac’s available to them as well as the complimentary printing service.
The 24-hour canteenM offers a selection of sandwiches and warm dishes and the bar serves draught beer, champagne and cocktails. There is also a breakfast bar available, which serves coffee, tea and pastries.
Conveniently situated near major public transportation, it is right across the street from Blaak station, and only a 3-minute train ride from Rotterdam Centraal.
Please note that CitizenM does not accept cash payments but major credit cards and debit cards only. Guests can also prepay the reservation before arrival, free of charge.
Check-in and check-out is done at the self-service terminal. · Early check-in is free of charge (before 14:00) upon availability · Supplement for late check-out is 29 EUR (11:00-16:00) upon availability
The hotel charges a supplement of 2.50 EUR for credit card payments at the self-service terminal.
Please note that when travelling by train, use the Blaakhaven exit to reach the property.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- 24-hour front desk
- Snack bar
- Free WiFi
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