WestCord Hotel Delft
AddressOlof Palmestraat 2 DelftSee nearby area
For rates, enter dates/guests
Description provided by property
The environmentally conscious WestCord Hotel Delft is situated next to the A13 motorway, conveniently located between the city centre and Delftse Hout. It offers free Wi-Fi and guests can make free use of the parking, a panorama sauna and fitness centre.
The hotel rooms have bright interiors. Each room has a private bathroom, a flat-screen TV and a fridge. They also include coffee and tea facilities.
Guests can start the day with a buffet breakfast. The hotel also includes a tranquil courtyard terrace, a library and a lounge with a fireplace. A media corner is available in the lobby and there is a Jeu de Boules lane in the garden.
The restaurant offers internationally-oriented cuisine and has an open show kitchen which offers a spectacular background to your meal. Taste a small snack or a full 3-course dinner.
WestCord Hotel Delft is situated 2.5 km from Vermeer Centre and provides easy access to Rotterdam and the Hague. The city centre of Delft has shopping areas, old monuments and charming canals. The Royal Delft Museum is less than 10 minutes' drive away.
Please note that the extra bed/children's cot/crib is only available upon request at a surcharge (see Policies). This price does not include breakfast and city tax.
Extra charges apply for massages.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- VIP room facilities
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
Oostpoort is the sole surviving piece of the town's walls.
Beestenmarkt is a large open space surrounded by fine buildings.
The most central and modest Delftware outfit is de Candelaer, just off the Markt. It has five artists, a few of whom work most days....
Belgisch Bier Café Belvédère
We dare you to try saying the name of this Belgian beer temple three times after a couple of cold La Chouffes. The cafe is located...
Just east of the Markt, cafes sprawl across the shady Beestenmarkt. A place where pigs were once sold (1449–1972, look for the plaque...