City Name: Rotterdam
Direction from City Center to Hotel: North
Closest Convention Centre: De Doelen
Distance from Hotel: 0.25 MI/ 0.4 KM South West
Golf: 2.61 MI/ 4.2 KM North
Outdoor Tennis: 1.06 MI/ 1.7 KM South West
Get your bearings in Rotterdam from the Euromast, an iconic 100-metre tower designed to resemble a ship's mast. There you can enjoy a meal with a panoramic view at the "crow's nest" restaurant and survey a scale model of the city at Miniworld Rotterdam. To get there from the hotel catch tram 8 from Central Station or hop on a high-speed water taxi for a fun, scenic ride along the river.
Kralingse Forest, a 30-minute tram ride away, is a great place for a long walk amid the lakes and woodlands of the Dutch countryside. Much closer to the hotel, only 15 minutes on foot, is Rotterdam Zoo (Diergaarde Blijdorp). One of Europe's biggest and most beautiful zoos, it contains an oceanarium and botanic garden as well as hundreds of exotic animals, from Gentoo penguins to Komodo dragons.
This restaurant in the city centre of Rotterdam is perfect for your dinner. With a large variety of menu items and with the possibility to rent a private room, restaurant Engels is a great restaurant.
Location: 0.31 MI/ 0.5 KM North East
Serves: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Phone Number: 31-10-4119550
This sushi restaurant in the city centre of Rotterdam is within walking distance of the hotel. Try the Japanese sushi from their menu for lunch or dinner.
Location: 0.19 MI/ 0.3 KM West
Serves: Lunch, Dinner
Phone Number: 31-10-8200888
Amigo Mexican Restaurant
This Mexican restaurant is located within walking distance of the hotel and offers a wide variety of Tapas food.
Location: 0.31 MI/ 0.5 KM South
Phone Number: 31-10-4138180
Don't Go Home Without
Rotterdam restaurants offer some of the tastiest food in The Netherlands, so to get a real feel for the city, sample some local dishes. Bitterballen are beef croquettes eaten with spicy mustard, and taste even better when accompanied by a bowl of Dutch chips. Looking for a sweet treat? Café Dudok is renowned for its traditional Dutch apple pie.
The best way to get around Rotterdam is by bicycle – like the locals do. At Rijwielshop in Central Station you can rent a bike and explore the city like a local. Follow the extensive urban network of cycle paths to Het Park and along the River Maas, enjoying leafy passageways and a refreshing breeze off the river.