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Hotel Inntel Hotel Design Hotel 2 star
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Amy Adejokun Section editor

Designed mainly for business travellers, the Inntel Hotel Design in Rotterdam is nonetheless an excellent hotel. Don't hesitate to ask for a room with a view of the bridge, which is magnificent in the evening. Breakfast also deserves a special mention, as it is far from the usual buffets you find at business hotels.

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    Location 9.06 /10

    Located in the city centre, close to Erasmus Bridge and overlooking the Maas River, the hotel is easily accessible via public transport. The tram line stops right outside the hotel doors and provides connections to the train station. The Kunsthal museum and the shopping centre are easily reachable on foot, and the underground takes you to the city's main attractions in just a few minutes.

    Accommodation 7.70 /10

    To fully enjoy your stay at the Inntel Hotel Design, make sure to request a room in the Waterfront category for the beautiful view of the Maas River and the Erasmus Bridge. The natural light that bathes the rooms means you won't need to turn any lights on, and the ballet of Rotterdam's lights after sunset makes for an incredible sight. On the bedding front, the queen-size bed and soft mattress guarantee a good night's sleep. In the bathrooms, guests can choose to take a bath or a shower, and benefit from the heated mirrors which are handy when the room steams up. Other perks include the LCD cable television, free Wi-Fi and reasonably priced minibar.

    Overview 7.95 /10

    Located opposite an old stained-glass building, the hotel's futuristic and chic aesthetics set a stark contrast but are incredibly effective a night, when the hotel's neon blue lights mirror Erasmus Bridge. Inside, guests will find the classic refined character of a 4-star city hotel. The spacious lobby overlooks the Maas River, which helps make up for the slightly cold feel of the room. On the upper floors, the guest rooms are all decorated in conventional colours. However, we did like the idea of having two different lifts (one for the bridge guest rooms and one for the others), which considerable reduces the journey time. The gym and the H20 Wellness Club are ideally situated on the eighth floor, affording those looking for relaxation or for a bit of sport a beautiful panorama of the Rotterdam skyline. The only flaw is that the restaurants are on the same floor as the lobby, which can be a little off-putting when the chef decides to serve fish...

    Food and drink 7.95 /10

    Guests can choose from a total of three places to grab a bite or a drink. The main restaurant, the Waterfront Restaurant, allows guests to enjoy their breakfast or dinner while watching the water taxis pass by. The breakfast buffet is superb and the freshness of the foods used can be tasted in each bite. On the menu are various breakfast pastries, savoury dishes and the usual fruit juices which for once don't taste like medicine. Surprisingly, guests can serve themselves from the champagne bucket at the end of the table. The evening menu is refined, with choices like a marinated salmon with red onion compote starter, lamb curry or braised fillet of duck breast as main courses, and tarte-Tatin (upside down cake) for dessert. It is also possible to order the chef's own specialities. Expect to pay ?39.50 (£34) for three courses and ?46.50 (£40) for four. The Water Brasserie is a classic but trendy restaurant-bar. Despite the name, there is no seafood menu, but there are cocktails, club sandwiches, salads and pastas. Lastly, the Panorama Bar is only open to groups, which is a real shame considering the view it affords of Rotterdam.

    Beach

    No need to get your wallet out, it's all free (except for the massages)! From the Turkish bath to the Finnish sauna, everyone can enjoy a moment of relaxation as they gaze across the city's magnificent skyline. The massages (relaxing, hot stone, energising or classic) cost between ?65 (£55) and ?70 (£60) for 50 minutes. The contemporary ambiance guarantees a moment of escape.

    To know

    In May 2013, Inntel will be opening a second hotel, directly linked to this 4-star establishment. The Mainport will be the first 5-star hotel in Rotterdam. Each floor will represent a continent, with the theme continuing in the guest rooms. The latter will feature a whirlpool bath and various facilities reserved for luxury hotels.

    Equipment

    • Car park
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      sauna

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment

      tennis, gym, fitness, sports

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      • Package deals in janvier 2013 Posted on 2013-10-24 Seul - 3 à 5 nuitées (Chambre avec vue)

        Bel hotel avec sauna, hammam, piscine avec une vue magnifique sur l'Erasmus Bridge, accès à la ville rapide. Super confort.

      • Advantages

        l'emplacement la piscine, le sauna et hammam

      • Disavantages

        salle de sport manque un peu de matériel

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      • Overall Score 8.00/10