Best Rotterdam holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Rotterdam
Urban Residences RotterdamLocated in the heart of Rotterdam, Urban Residences offers luxurious apartments with floor-to-ceiling windows and design elements by high-end brands Alessi, Vitra and Flos. The most famous shopping streets of Rotterdam - De Koopgoot and De Lijnbaan - are a 2 minute walk away.Book now
Room Mate BrunoSituated in the Feijenoord district Room Mate Bruno is a boutique hotel set in a former tea warehouse of the Dutch East India Company in Rotterdam. This 4-story building offers views over the Maas river and is located within walking distance from Markthal Rotterdam and only 2.5 km from Ahoy Rotterdam.Book now
Supernova HotelFeaturing a restaurant, bar, garden and free WiFi, Supernova Hotel is set in Rotterdam, 3.8 km from Diergaarde Blijdorp and 5 km from Plaswijckpark. Featuring a terrace, the 4-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk, a concierge service and luggage storage for guests.Book now
Rotterdam Marriott HotelRotterdam Marriott Hotel offers elegant rooms with modern facilities in the Millennium Tower, directly opposite from Rotterdam Central Station. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar Pillars Bar & Kitchen. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Parking is available on site.Book now
Savoy Hotel RotterdamSavoy Hotel Rotterdam is situated in Rotterdam city centre, only 350 metres from Blaak Metro Station. It benefits from 24-hour reception and air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen cable TV. The famous cube houses and Old Harbour are a 5-minute walk. Free WiFi is available in the entire hotel.Book now
The Dutch city of Rotterdam is not only the largest city in Holland after Amsterdam, but also has the largest European seaport, which is the third largest port in the world. Apartments in Rotterdam are always well booked as Rotterdam is one of the country’s cultural centres alongside The Hague and Amsterdam. If you are looking for nice accommodations in this fascinating metropolis, take a closer look here: Instead of booking couchsurfing in Rotterdam for price reasons, you can book private holiday apartments in the centre or pretty apartments in Delfshaven with us. Actually it doesn’t matter where you live in Rotterdam, because public transport like bus or metro will take you quickly to your destination. If you are planning a pure “Rotterdam” stay, it might also be interesting to arrive by train, which will take you directly to the city centre. So you don’t have to worry about public parking and you can relax and enjoy your excursions.
Apartments in Rotterdam, the Dutch metropolis
As the leading trade and industrial city in the Netherlands, Rotterdam also offers young people good educational prospects. After all, Rotterdam not only has a music academy and an art academy, but also the well-known Erasmus University Rotterdam and several universities of applied sciences. Rotterdam was already interesting at a young age. The city was founded in 1230 and quickly developed into an important trading city. The city charter was granted in 1340 and is regarded as the basis for Rotterdam to establish itself as an important port city in Europe. Today it is both students who are attracted to Rotterdam and holiday guests who book apartments in Rotterdam in order to enjoy their precious holidays in an interesting architectural ambience of history and modernity. The eventful history of the past centuries contributed to the fact that great buildings were created, e.g. the historical district Delfshaven, whose harbour was originally founded as an outer harbour for the city of Delft. The Hotel New York is also well known, as many emigrants left here in early times to try their luck in America.
Attractions around the private holiday apartment in Rotterdam
Take your time to discover this interesting city. From your private holiday home in Rotterdam, make a detour to the famous cube houses, which you will find in the Blaak district and which the locals call “hexagonal houses”. Worth seeing is also the Willemsbrug, next to the Van Brienenoordbrug and the Erasmusbrug the third big bridge of the city. It was designed in 1878 as a cable-stayed bridge and connects the island of Noordereiland with the city centre. If you are interested in zoological gardens, you could visit the “Diergaarde Blijdorp”, an impressive symbiosis of zoo and aquarium. The largest mosque in Western Europe and the Netherlands, the Essalam Mosque, is located in the district of Feijennoord. If you want to travel by car and continue your tour along the coast after your visit to Rotterdam, we can offer you not only apartments in Amsterdam, but also private holiday apartments in Knokke-Heist in Belgium.