Fletcher Duinhotel Burgh Haamstede4.0 out of 5.0
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The hotel is very old, and especially the rooms. The staff is friendly, and just for sleep it is okay. It is on walking distance to the beach which very nice and quiet. If you want to go somewhere else, it is good to use a bicycle which are for rent at the hotel as well.
Hotel needs some tlc. Staff is helpfull and friendly. Missing is a nice bar for drinks. We did not use the restaurant as there are others to choose from in the area. Long beach walks chill and relax. If you like to have a short break, this hotel is ok.
We wanted a hotel near the beach but it was not so near the beach .Why they call it a 4 * hotel is a big question for us ? Not luxuary at all Nothing extra.The atmosphere was little bit old.We had a good breakfast with a vieuw at the old airport .I am allergic for dogs and saw that dogs were allowed in the rooms . The diner we orderd was the first day very bad-meat was too well done(waitress did not ask how we wanted it.) Starter and dessert were good.The next day was better ,A much better waiter helped us. We had a great time on our electric bikes and made a 81km bike ride. A nice day at beach nr 9 and a day to visit at Neeltje Jans. Nice surroundings but we think we will NOT choose this hotel a second time.
Booked via booking.com. Expensive very dated hotel. Think maybe its time the Fletcher hotel managers took a stay here. Carpets stained. Walls chipped and paint cracked. One thin pillow. (Like the towels...:( ) No tea/coffee facilities in the room. And it doesnt say so when booking or on the site but everything is at an extra cost. we booked here because we could bring a dog. 15€ per night!! Lucky it was bad weather and she slept in tbe car. Positive : the rooms are spacious. And the staff friendly. This place could be so much more.... Explains why the dutch go with camper/caravan on holidays
My mother-in-law was celebrating her 92nd birthday,this airfield used to have regular flights by KLM in the 1930's. We organized a lovely three course lunch which the hotel served very professionally. While we were eating our very tasty lunch we watched gliders taking off and landing with the dunes in the background.
What you think of this hotel undoubtedly depends on the season. In peak times this part of the Netherlands is full of beach lovers looking for sun, sea and sand. Servicing them is an army of seasonal workers from outside the area. I have no idea how the hotel is in summer, but be aware I'm writing about an off-peak visit. Off-peak only small numbers of locals can be found in this part of Zeeland. The Zeeuwse attitude is very direct (more so even than elsewhere in NL), but very hospitable and polite. This hotel was a great example of that. No "welcome bla bla bla" at the reception, just a short businesslike "good afternoon". Within a minute we were heading off to our room with keys in hand, real keys, not a card. Not that anything in the hotel was old, all fittings were nearly brand new and spotlessly clean, but there was no unnecessary fancy stuff. A door with a key. A heater with a knob. A shower with two taps. And a bath as well. Plus the plumbing to let you run both at once without temperature dropping. The room itself was very roomy, with a double bed, sofa, wardrobe, cupboard with TFT television, low table and a writing desk. We booked a 'comfort' (i.e. regular) room, but the size of the room suggested we'd been bumped to 'deluxe', possibly because we also booked a baby bed. Either way it was great. Staff was very thoughtful to us as well as other guests by putting us right at the end of a corridor so that our baby wouldn't keep anyone else awake, nor would they interrupt his naps. We ordered breakfast in the room and it was served exactly on time. Other services were as good. Free wireless internet worked excellently. And then the location - at the edge of dunes within walking distance of the beach. On the landward side a glider airodrome meant no other builidings for over a km. We walked to the beach and only encountered two other people on the path and had the entire beach to ourselves (admittedly this was with a strong, scouring subzero wind blowing). Beautiful and very restful. Only two issues: - despite being off-season, so many locals came to have dinner in the restaurant we had trouble finding parking space. At peak season parking would be a major issue. - the hotel is called "Duinhotel Burgh-Haamstede", but is actually located in the nearby village Nieuw-Haamstede. This managed to confuse us when we couldn't find it in Burgh-Haamstede. Bottom line: Completely unpretentious and understated, thoughtful and friendly staff and very authentic local atmosphere. Plus some very good off-peak deals available. We paid less than we would have at a youth hostel but enjoyed a genuine ****-experience. Would recommend to anyone wanting a quiet getaway off-peak.
We stayed there for one night during a trip around the Netherlands. Not too close to the beach (despite the name), but a short drive will take you both close to the beach and the town of Burgh-Haamstede, which has amenities. The room was comfortable and large, and the breakfast was nice too. Nothing to complain about.
This is a fletcher hotel, rated 4 stars. Responded to a discount call but ended up paying extra because of the 4 star level of this place instead of 3 star. did not have breakfast in th eplace as it was not included. The place is in a silent corner far away from village and a good walk forom the beach. You need bykes and car. Staff friendly but not very outgoing and informed about routes and possible venues to visit. No central maps or info in the lobby. Making me wandering around for hours with wrong directions from reception lady.
I’ve chosen this hotel for a working seminar with my colleagues. We were absolutely delighted with the provided facilities in a regenerating environment. Furthermore we booked a beach activity via the hotel. http://www.natural-high.nl/clinics/clinic-powerkiten---buggyen.html We did the transfer with our own transportation, it’s a 20 minutes drive. Pros: - Correct breakfast with enough choice between cold and warm dishes and between sweet and salty. Tip: take your breakfast on the terrace. - Buffet lunch in Dutch style, very enjoyable (for a few days at least) - Quality dinner served at the table - Large rooms, slightly old fashioned but very comfortable beds and full silence. - Tasteful meeting rooms with all needed facilities (beamer, snacks, coffee, airco,…) - Friendly and helpful staff. There was nothing that I’d describe as disturbing. Disappointing for me, but insignificant for most, was the absence of a good espresso machine. You can have one at the bar, but it tasted as an Americano. Nighthawks may also be disappointed since you have to use transportation to go to a pub or a bar. In summary I recommend this hotel for a short stay or a business meeting, like we did.
The hotel is just outside of Haamstede next to an airfied used by glider pilots. Our room was the largest and most comfortable of any we used during our recent 17-day trip to France and Holland. There is ample free parking. A sumptuous breakfast buffet is included in the price. The restaurant is excellent.
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Fletcher Duinhotel Burgh Haamstede places you 6.2 mi (9.9 km) from Delta Works and 6.4 mi (10.3 km) from Renesse Beach. This 4-star hotel has 41 rooms and welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Delta Expo and Brouwersdam Beach are also within a 20-minute drive.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning. Explore the hotel and meet new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.
All 41 rooms provide safes, phones, and desks. TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi.
Guests staying at Fletcher Duinhotel Burgh Haamstede enjoy a fitness center, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Staff members can answer questions about accommodations, and also provide tour or ticket assistance. Additional amenities include 3 meeting rooms, free newspapers, and a terrace.
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50% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 179 reviews