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This was horrible. I was called to check in after 8 pm. That's what I tried. I arrived in front of a closed door. Pushing the door bell only resulted in hotel staff cursing at me. I have stayed in over 100 hotels across almost 40 countries. Apeldoorn is my birth town. It turns out that it also has the rudest hotel staff in the world. I am just amazed.

Hotel is very adequate, nice welcome and cheerful service, breakfast is a continental buffet and you can buy wine in the evening if required. Room was very small and basic but very clean and the bed was very comfortable. Within walking distance of Het Loo Palace and just off the bus route from the station.

Very friendly welcome. Small room, and even smaller bathroom, but exactly what we needed. Nice cool beer in the evening and a lovely chat. Very quiet environment. Can't fault it. We will certainly stay there again.

We arrived after 10 hrs (as we had informed the hotel) , the main door was closed and a not so friendly staff member in (his pyjama!) opened finally the door for us. This after calling a few time the emergency number (which was not answered). Rooms small and simply equipped, The hotel had a smell of cats. (cat in corridor!) Heating was off, although it was autumn. Bathroom very outdate. Did remember us of our grand parents. No coffee and tea facilities, no safe. Breakfast served at table (no buffer). Staff was welcoming, offering a newspaper. Checking if everything was okay. Thanks to the atmosphere a the breakfast table we have rated the hotel a bit higher

We spent one evening at this pension located in a quiet Apledoorn neighborhood. The accommodations were comfortable. Their breakfast the following morning was quite extensive and filling. Good value for money. We would recommend it.

We arrived very late they left the key for us, very helpful. Loved the reggae music for breakfast. A good sized breakfast, rooms very clean, and WiFi worked well. Booked on a budget, worth the money anytime.

We stayed here for 1 night. Hotel was ok, but little old fashioned. Service very nice and attentive. Great breakfast. Close to the Royal palace "Het Loo" . Decent rooms, clean, but small beds. I can recommend it for a short stay.

We booked a budget room and it had everything we needed. Wifi in the rooms worked great. The place was in a good location to get to apenheul/the palace and the centre. There was also a fan in the room which came in very handy as it hit like 35 degrees when we were there! The guy who checked us in was very helpful and gave us some tips for the area. (He recommended a chinese place down the road which we went to but i really didnt enjoy the food, but of course the hotel cant be blamed for that!!). We had bikes and after 7.30pm we were able to lock them in the garage round the back which was a nice peace of mind. The hotel is exactly what you need as a base to check out the local area, but dont expect luxury as that isnt what you pay for! Would definitely stay at this place again if I was in the area.

My husband and I stayed here for 4 nights. Room 8 was small but not too small. We found the beds very soft and the pillows too. The balcony over-looking the back was a nice place to have a picnic. Ramon and Ymelda were helpful and lovely. The breakfast was very nice and plentiful. The service was also lovely. We used this as a base to go to the Apenheul one day, the Paleis het Loo another, both of which we walked to. And we also rented bikes from the hotel and cycled to the Kroller Muller museum. The Paleis het Loo was one of our most favourite things to do in all our travels through the Netherlands. The one trouble with the hotel was that the walls are very thin. This was fine for 3 of our nights when our 'neighbours' were courteous and quiet, but our last night, the room beside us was up and partying into the wee hours and we could not sleep because of the noise. It was a rotten way to end our visit. On account of the noise, we would not stay again. We did think the hotel was over-priced for what it was.

Stayed here one night for business and I'm a bit disappointed with the hotel in general. The service is very good and the owners are very friendly and helpful, the location is excellent. In just 15 to 20 minutes you're in the center of Apeldoorn where there are plenty of places to have a good dinner. On the other side, the rooms are very small and simple, but clean in general. Everything is kind of outdated and unfortunately you can hear your neighbors moving around in their rooms.

Aquamarijnstraat 58 Apeldoorn

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Bar/lounge
  • Concierge services

Theater & Congres Orpheus is a short stroll from Hotel Berg en Bos, and other popular attractions like Paleis Het Loo are within a mile (2 km). This 16-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.


Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM. At the end of the day, relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.


All 16 rooms provide free newspapers and desks. Guests can enjoy cable TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Free toiletries are also standard.

Property features

Hotel Berg en Bos features free WiFi in public areas, free newspapers, and a terrace. There's free parking if you drive. Staff members are on hand to provide concierge services and luggage storage. Additional amenities include laundry facilities, a garden, and a TV in a common area.

Room options

Standard Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Economy Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Family Room, Terrace

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

38.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 48 reviews

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