Amrâth Hotel Belvoir4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Staying in this hotel is like a trip back in time. It has the distinctive look of the 1980s (brown tiles in the bathrooms, very dark interiors). The place is in dire need of a renovation and, as many hotels, terribly overheated. Rooms are rather noisy (we could hear our neighbours coming home during the night) and everything in them looks knackered and used. On the plus side, the hotel is very close to Nijmegen city centre and has a swimming pool in the basement.
Had the opportunity to visit this Hotel 1.5 years ago when in Holland.. All i can say is that the staff there is very friendly and it is also very wheelchair accessible. It has also good food and good amenities. Well Done to all working there!
Yes we can imagine that with the older rooms the reputation was less, but the renovated rooms – in one word great! Okay no balcony, but quite spacious. Great bathroom with oversized rainshower, flatscreen TV, good wifi, large beds (with matresses a bit on the soft side), nice seating area and desk with coffee/teamaking. Motionsensing light in door area works well. Small but comfortable inside pool and sauna. Location ‘depends on what you are looking for’. Bus stop with frequent service to/from station within 5 minutes, but walk to/from station 20-25 minutes at least. Walk to Waal river bank 5-10 minutes, but to the heart of the shopping area 15 minutes. Breakfast was 4-star level, though in the weekend (open until 11) refilling after 10 AM leaves a bit to be desired. Dinner restaurant also good but halfboard menu choices felt too restricted. Overall, for the right price, a great 4-star choice.
Nice hotel to stay with friends, family. Lot of options on the breakfast. Good bar to hang around. Its very easy to walk down to the city center, hardly 10 Minutes it will take. You can also walk down to the river side if you wish. Lot of places to eat around the hotel.
We are staying at the Amrath Hotel Belvoir while visiting friends in Holland! This hotel is in an upperclass area near Nijmegen, Holland! This hotel is excellent. If you get the opportunity request room # 4300, it has a terrific balcony, and is larger by far than any THREE ROOMS, elsewhere. It has a dining area, balcony with a fantastic view, full bath (extra large tub), and loads of storage space. We stayed almost (4) days and the cost was just a bit over $400 dollars! Can't be beat! Highly recommend that you stay here. Further, as a bonus, the hotel has a terrific restaurant on the main floor, I doubt you will find a value like this any where else in the Nijmegen area! Enjoy your visit here as I did!!
Reasonable hotel a bit away from the centre. It's a short 10 minute walk to the centre but you have to cross a busy road with traffic lights to get there. The hotel and the room are a bit outdated and there is wear and tear everywhere. The room was ok but not spectacular, the bathroom not very clean. Saw the first old fashioned clunky TV set since years. Most have been replaced with flatscreen TV's Free WiFi internet worked well and there was a large indoor parking for bicycles. Breakfast buffet was ok
The hotel is comfortable and clearly caters for somewhat elder visitors. The bedroom was spacious but could benefit from some maintenance. I checked in the day after the famous Nijmegen walking event - that might have been the reason that staff were a bit terse and not as courteous as one would have expected. The hotel is located near a complicated set of express ways and main thorough fares. However, there was no noise in the bedroom. For pedestrians it is easy to walk to the old city center. The central railway station is about 15 min (on foot) from the hotel. I have two complaints: (i) the rooms have no airconditioning, which was really annoying with an outside temperature of 28 C; (ii) the mattress was far too soft for me Wifi is free and reasonably fast (ca 1 Mbps up and down in my room). Breakfast was excellent but a bit pricey (15 Euro). The hotels has several parking spots, but they are of little use because 10 meter further down the road there are plenty of public parking spaces which are cheaper
I lived and worked in Nijmegen 20 years ago, and the Belvoir was then a very plush hotel. However, the hotel is now in need of a little TLC. The bedrooms are quite old fashioned. I saw a sign stating that the hotel is due to be refurbished,that would be great to see. The staff on the front desk are very nice, and breakfast was also nice. Parking was very reasonably priced. The hotel is in an attractive part of the city, with nice views across the river. There are also 6 pretty good restaurants within 5 minutes walk. We went to 2 of them: Bistro Flores - really lovely in the back area ; Indian Way - delicious food. The city centre is only 10 minutes walk. It's amazing to see so many changes during that time. It's a fantastic student town, and there's still a great buzz about the place.
Some of the reviews here frightened me, but in all I was satisfied with this hotel. Indeed it's in need of some refreshment, and the main faults I found were that the rooms were pretty hot (there was no airco) and the sound insulation towards the hallway and the exterior could be better. Other than that: very clean, very friendly staff, large room, good value for money.
I stayed to this hotel for 3 nights. It is very well located just a few minutes walking to the old city of Nijmegen. The hotel is rated 4 stars but in my opinion at most 2 would be ok. Anyway the room was clean but it had a proeminent smell of oldish. The bathroom was also very strange. It was clean with some new equipemnt but in the same time the bathtub and the radiator were rusty. About the breakfast, no words. It was the same every day with very small variety and I'm pretty sure they were reusing the food from day to day.
Amrâth Hotel Belvoir places you within a 10-minute stroll of Valkhof Museum and Valkhof Chapel. This 78-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Nijmegen and also a short walk from Belvedere and Valkhof Park.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start your day off with buffet breakfast, available for a fee.
The 78 accommodations feature separate bedrooms. Guests can expect TVs with satellite channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include refrigerators, coffee makers, and safes.
Amrâth Hotel Belvoir offers an indoor pool, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is available for EUR 12.5 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include conference space, free newspapers, and a terrace.
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33% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 201 reviews