Stee in Stad

Guest accommodation

Address

Floresstraat 75 GroningenSee nearby area

Rooms

from
$49
per night
Book a room

For rates, enter dates/guests

    Rates provided by

    Lonely Planet review

    'Stay different' might be their slogan. In the Korreweg neighborhood, a seven-minute bike ride north of the Martinitoren, these city-owned flats have been creatively renovated for short-term stays. It's a city initiative staffed by workers being trained to re-enter the labor force.

    Our independent authors have visited Stee in Stad and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Groningen.

    Description provided by property

    Stee in Stad offers 9 uniquely decorated rooms with communal kitchenettes, spread over 3 different houses in the characteristic Korrewijk neighbourhood of Groningen.

    Each of the rooms have their specific style varying from modern bright colours to a more shabby look. They come with a tea/coffee maker, cable TV and free toiletries in the shared bathroom.

    Guests at Stee in Stad share a kitchenette which has kitchenware provided. There are also a wide variety of restaurants within 1 km from Stee in Stad.

    The Groningen train station is 3 km away and is within 15 minutes by bus. The lively Groningen city centre is a 25-minute walk.

    Important information

    Please note that although there is a kitchenette in the room, it is not possible to cook a meal.

    Please let Stee in Stad know your expected arrival time prior to your arrival. You can use the Special Requests box when booking or contact the property.

    Please note that there are divergent check-in times on the following days: Thursday - Saturday, 15:00 - 21:00 Sunday, 12:00 - 14:30

    Services & facilities

    • Recreation
      • Bicycle rental
    • Non-smoking
      • Designated smoking area
      • Non-smoking throughout
      • Non-smoking rooms
    Image disclaimer: It is the responsibility of the hotel chain and/or the individual property to ensure the accuracy of the photos displayed. Lonely Planet is not responsible for any inaccuracies in the photos.