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Near the Noordeinde palace, its location alone is atmospheric, but the antique trimmings in the room match it superbly. The 20 rooms are traditionally luxurious with thick drapes and carpet that will swallow your toes...
Hotel De Ark
Four 17th-century canalside houses have been turned into this gracious and luxurious small hotel. Rooms are reached by elevator and have vintage beauty that isn't stuffy. Out back there's a small garden; nearby are apartments for longer stays.
Nicely refurbished, the Emma is a modern place with 24 rooms close to the city centre. Touches include posh bathrooms and double-glazed windows. The decor is bright and simple, alkthough it does boast a breezy roof terrace with good views...
Boulevard Hotel Scheveningen
A classic old beach hotel that's more attractive than its modern neighbours, the Boulevard is unpretentious. Rooms are seashore simple, but you can take your breakfast in the conservatory or patio with views down to the surf.
New Ocean Paradise Hotel
The Ocean Paradise is actually a floating hotel/Chinese restaurant/Asian supermarket pavilion; it looks like an aquatic temple. Naturally, the rooms have an Oriental theme, and are not too bad, although they get a little hot in summer...
Hotel De Utrechtsche Dom
Neat, clean and on a quiet street, this is a lovely, low-key place to stay, with good amenities. Breakfast is included, the cheapest rooms share bathrooms...
Postillion Hotel Dordrecht
Standard business hotel, with all the usual facilities.
Hotel De Keizerskroon
Centrally located, cosy, comfortable, warm and welcoming (with attractive rooms with contemporary decor). The cheapest rooms share showers and you can rent bikes. Take your included breakfast in the restaurant at ground level.
Hotel De Emauspoort
Couples, singles, and business travellers alike rave about this sweet, well-priced little hotel near the Markt. Spacious rooms strike a nice balance of old-world antique and totally modern comfort...
This 33-room boutique hotel is in a proud art nouveau corner building. Everything has been tastefully updated and the lobby is downright minimalist. The cheapest rooms let you touch the walls – all at once. It's on tram line 17 from CS and HS.
Grand Hotel Central
Memories of the kitsch this hotel was once known for have literally been whitewashed. The decor is now a restful combo of white, blue and slate. However, the public spaces retain their old grandeur (1917) with lots of rich wood and over-stuffed chairs.
Bastion Hotel Dordrecht / Papendrecht
Business hotel near an industrial estate on the ring road.
Bilderberg Parkhotel Rotterdam
bang amid Rotterdam's most notable sights and attractions, the Parkhotel mainly caters to short stay business travellers year-round - that means bargains and last-minute deals (for leisure travellers) when summer occupancy is well down...
Hotel Johannes Vermeer Delft
This one's an ersatz Vermeer museum, its rooms decorated with Vermeer prints. To be honest, it's a bit tacky, although there are immaculate views of old Delft (canals, churches and street scenes on all sides)...
This friendly, 24-room place is in a leafy neighbourhood close to Delfshaven, the Museumplein and good nightlife. Rooms are simple but comfy, and the ones at the back overlook a large and peaceful garden. Most share bathrooms.
Steigenberger Kurhaus Hotel
At the top end of things and right on the beach. First built in 1885, this sumptuous, elegant building has been extended and restored several times. The noted thermal baths are there still, among a plethora of luxuries that includes a casino.
It has a slightly faded air of classical elegance; some canalside rooms in this regal building are larger and better appointed than others. There are 128 rooms overall, some on the ground floor.
Golden Tulip Leiden Centre
These large and modern rooms are aimed at business travellers who are happy to trade architectural charm for amenities. You'll get all the charm you can handle out on the town's pretty canalside streets.
Hotel De Plataan Delft Centrum
Enjoy the clever surrounds at this hotel on a canal. Standard rooms are small but elegant and have fridges...
Hotel De Koophandel
A little bland, but spotlessly clean.
Rembrandt Hotel Leiden
Light pouring in the windows makes the white decor of the 20 rooms that much brighter at this historic but well-cared-for inn. Rooms have high-speed internet and work desks, although the furniture is dated.
The 25 large rooms are bright but are something of a throwback to another era of lodging – say the 1980s. But the hotel is well located and a short walk from the station. Apartments are also available. Good breakfast buffet.