Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Zalm3.0 out of 5.0
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The hotel is very nice and well positioned in the center of town so you can easily walk around the beautiful small city, the hotel even provides a walking tour description upon arrival. As mentioned in the title the hotel feels a bit quirky and this mainly has to do with the rooms. They are oddly spread around the hotel around corners and in nooks and crannies of the building itself. This most likely has to do how these rooms where added over time. The rooms (I had) where not very large but convenient. Not all windows of the rooms can be opened but (portable) air conditioners are in that case foreseen. The look and feel of the interior is a bit dated but that could also be the big attraction if you are in to that of course. One minor point is that the wall a pretty thin so some of the rooms can be noisy so make sure you ask want you want. The staff is super friendly and helpful and the food is excellent, even if you're not a guest staying at the hotel you should try the restaurant. All in all a nice hotel for a good price. I recommend it and will go again.
This has got to be one of the most quirky hotels that I stayed at. I stayed in room 80, which is located in the roof of an annex - the whole hotel is made up of various annexes joined together to create a single hotel. The room was basic and comfortable. Access to the room is up a very steep stair case that just serves this room. WIFI is temperamental - good at times, at other times it is non existent; usually around early evening. There is a bar and restaurant in the hotel with a reasonable, but limited selection of food at dinner and breakfast. The staff are very polite and speak very good English. There are a number of restaurants within very close proximity. The town is originally a medieval port with its own town walls and moat. the streets are narrow and the one-way system can be a bit confusing the first time you encounter it. There is a car park at the hotel, but it is tricky to get a parking place after 17:00 and it is recommended that you use a smaller car around Brielle, as the roads and route through the car park is very narrow. Overall, Brielle is a really nice place to visit and is very quiet - next to no traffic in the town - rush hour is two cars and four bikes. It is very nice place to be based when working or visiting the area.
As I needed somewhere to sleep I found the Hotel on the Internet. The room was small, but had all the necessities needed for an overnight stay in Brielle. Breakfast included in the price of the room, and it did not disappoint. Perfect location in the city centre of town.
First of all, the location is great, the hotel is in the town centre, very close to shops and restaurants. The receptionist was lovely, nothing was too much trouble for him: when I needed to borrow a hairdryer, an adapter or even to print the tickets for my flights, it was all done right away and free of charge. The hotel was very warm (we visited it in October, when it was nippy outside as soon as you walked into the hotel you could feel its warmth). The restaurant looks lovely although we didn't really have a meal there (so I am not sure if it was good) and the breakfast was great, with a lot of choices for people of all tastes; the bed was very comfortable and the hotel is clean but the bedrooms need modernising a bit. Although it's located in the town centre, the hotel is very quiet, perfect for resting at night. The only thing I was not very impressed with was the quality of their wi-fi as when the hotel was busy (mainly at dinner time), it was nearly impossible to use it. Apart from this, we had a lovely stay and would recommend this hotel.
After our flight into Rotterdam Airport, we needed a dog friendly hotel for an overnight stay as near as possible to the P&O Rotterdam - Hull Ferry Terminal, and this Hotel proved to be perfect for our needs, so we would definitely stay here again. Some of the hotel furnishings and decor were a little tired, but it was clean and all the staff we met were extremely friendly and helpful. We had an evening meal in the restaurant which was very good, as was the buffet breakfast. After checking out, the Hotel Receptionist allowed us to leave our luggage in a storeroom in the Reception area , which enabled us to explore the picturesque town of Brielle, until we were ready to leave for our overnight ferry journey. The receptionist also booked a taxi for our transfer to the Ferry Terminal (approx 15mins from the hotel) Our only slight disappointment was there were no tea making facilities in our room and no hairdryer.
This is the 3rd year we have stayed here. A good hotel with free parking. The hotel is rambling in that it was possibly once 2 buildings. First floor goes up and down in several places. Room good size bathroom fine. Breakfast includes some cooked bacon etc. Staff helpful and friendly WiFi available.
Stayed at this hotel on a business trip, just for the 1 night. Location is good central Brielle, entrance is a bit strange, you enter through the restaurant, staff were pleasant at check in, my room was on the first floor had to hump my over night bag up the steepest flight of stairs I've ever seen, my room was a bit tired looking, no air con & the bathroom was very basic. Breakfast next day was nice enough I had fresh fruit & yogurt, croissant & coffee, but there was scrambled & boiled eggs, ham etc. This hotel is OK for a 1 or 2 night stay. One nice touch was choclate on your pillow, what would have been better was bottled water
The hotel is just, and ONLY just within the bounds of the website description. Positively friendly, breakfast fine, helpful staff. Negatively lack lustre, stained carpets, poor tv, noisy with doors slamming, my room had notice on door, "staff accommodation", not very good.
This is a cosy, unpretentious 3 Star Hotel, located in the very Centrum of Brielle - adjacent to the Markt Square, supremely close to St Catherine's Cathedral - and all places of interest and shops. Thus, I am rating it - within the context of a 3 Star Hotel, and not - unfairly against 5 Star Hotels. The hotel has nice, safe, parking - the inside is pleasant and very clean, along with the bedrooms. Staff are exceptionally pleasant. I have noticed that it is very popular for business people and families. At the front of the hotel is a cosy little bar. Lunch and dinner food is also very great. Recommend it.
The hotel has a good location in the centre of town near to many restaurants and bars. Room clean but quite small. Free Wi-Fi available which worked for the majority of the time. Enjoyed the breakfast and service was good. Bicycle friendly with a shed available for bicycles.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Zalm places you next to Historisch Museum Den Briel and within a 5-minute walk of Toren St. Catharijnekerk. This 3-star hotel has 48 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Kleiburg Golf Club is also 2.4 mi (3.9 km) away.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs.
At Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Zalm, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and free newspapers. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. Staff members are on hand to provide dry cleaning/laundry services, tour or ticket assistance, and luggage storage. This hotel also has a terrace.
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36% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 140 reviews