AddressLloydstraat 1 RotterdamSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Housed in a converted power station, Stroom's designer studios come in a range of configurations, such as the videstudio option, a jaw-dropping split-level abode under a glass roof with an open bathroom. It's all sleek, white and metallic. During slow times these luxury rooms are cut-price.
Our independent authors have visited Stroom and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Rotterdam.
Description provided by property
Experience the hip and trendy design concept of the STROOM hotel, which is located in a former power station and situated in the Delfshaven harbour district of Rotterdam.
The stylish studios of this hotel provide a tasteful interior and a soothing environment for your stay. With a contemporary decoration and many modern amenities, your studio offers absolute luxury and elegance.
Stroom features its own bakery, bio shop and espresso bar.
Wake up with a wholesome breakfast in the intimate Kitchen and grab a newspaper with your freshly brewed coffee. Weather permitting, the roof terrace is a great place to sit out and enjoy the view of the emblematic Euromast.
With its warm and inspiring atmosphere and its multimedia theme, this hotel is a popular place for a snack or a drink. The large open kitchen with long tables offers you the chance to see the cooks working their magic. The Lounge is equipped with lazy chairs and big screen projections on the walls.
Parking is available in the parking lot Schiecentrale, situated next to STROOM. Guest can get a discountcard at the reception.
Please note that payment by cash is possible, however other deposit conditions are applicable.
Please note that at the hotel reception vouchers are available for parking.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
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