Hotel Alleenhof3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We booked this hotel because it was a good price and the reviews raved about its cleanliness. The first impression of the hotel wasn't the best. It's located on the main road, therfore no temporary parking to park the car while you check in. The receptionist was very friendly and helpful, and spoke enough English that the check in process was fairly smooth. He showed us where we can park (free parking in its own parking lot). There were 12 parking spaces for a 30 room hotel, but only 2 of those spaces would allow its owners to leave at any time. If anyone else wanted to leave, the hotel would have to call the the owner of the vehicle blocking him and ask them to come move it. We received such phone call at 7am. The elevator was tiny. Would fit only two adults & 2 suitcases if you squished in tightly. It was very old and I was afraid it would break down before I got off of it. Luckily, it did not. The room was a completely different story. We reserved a triple room, which had a double bed in the living room and two single beds in a separate bedroom, each room which had its own TV and temperature control. The room was extremely clean with newer hardwood floors, a kitchenette, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. We had a room overlooking the main road, which I read was noisy. If the windows were open, then yes it was noisy, but when I closed them it didn't seem noisy at all. The next morning we went down to the lobby to check out the buffet breakfast. They charge 9 Euros per person, and it was not worth the money. They had very little choices of food. Took us about a half hour to get to the airport with traffic at 8am on a weekday.