Location was superb - walkable to everything but on a quiet street. Staff was friendly and helpful. Lobby was pretty room was spacious and sunny decor was pleasant if a little dated not fond of the 2 twin beds pushed together with a gap and separate bedding. I loved having a fridge and safe and free ...
I traveled here on business and will be returning several times this coming year. I could not have been more pleased with not only the room but the hotel overall and the staff. The food , especially the breakfast is absolutely great! Everyone here is extremely helpful and friendly. The rooms are ...
Great location a little removed from historic market area and a manageable walk from train station. Perfect for our overnight stay. Surprisingly quiet although our room was next to the elevator.
We got there 10 mins before check-in and was told to go take a tour because the room wasn't ready. When asked when the room will be ready we were brushed off. Room itself was in the annex that did not have an elevator. There was no wifi in the room. Tub didn't have a shower curtain and was rather small because of the sloping ceiling. Throughout the night we heard sqeaking mice sounds which was unpleasant. Staff was not very helpful when we asked about the wifi they just said its broken. When we asked for another room because of all the stairs, they said no. The desk person offered us breakfast but we were leaving before breakfast opened so we asked about a dinner credit but she said no.
It was good. The location, staff, and lobby were very good. However, the actual room was average and lacked some needed renovations.
We had a garden room which was very comfortable with great beds. The breakfast was excellent for an additional charge.
After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at La Bodegato enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.Where to shop in Sluis
Want a whole new wardrobe? The shops in Zilverpand Brugge and the clothes at Jack & Jones won't disappoint. You can pick up sparkling accessories for any occasion at Maybedo and 't Gouddoppertje Oostburg.
If wearable tech is more your speed, check out the gadgets and accessories at Krëfel.Nightlife in Sluis
After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at La Bodegato enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.Best times to visit Sluis
Want to save up to 22%, 21% and 17% while traveling to Sluis? If you book on Orbitz and travel during January, March and February, respectively, you can. So get out there and experience something new — for less!Arts and culture in Sluis
Broaden your horizens during your Sluis trip with a stop in De Groom and Agrimuda Streeklandbouwmuseum. You can also learn something new or pick up a new work of fiction at Stichting Bibliotheek Zeeuws-Vlaanderen and Standaard Boekhandel.
Interested in higher education? College of Europe attracts tourist, alums and hopeful students alike to its campus.Outdoor activities in Sluis
There are ways to kick back in Sluis beyond its marquee attractions. The open spaces at Vlissingen-Oost and Maatschappij van de Brugse Zeevaartinrichtingen nv are great for getting some fresh air and spending time outside.Where to eat in Sluis
After shopping or sightseeing all day, a hearty meal may be in order. Break bread and rest your tired feet at Restaurant La Trinité, Hotel Sanders de Paauw and De Lindenhoeve.Where to stay in Sluis
Ostend-Bruges International Airport is the main hub for flights into Sluis and the surrounding area.Where to stay in Sluis
Ostend-Bruges International Airport is the main hub for flights into Sluis and the surrounding area.Outdoor activities in Sluis
There are ways to kick back in Sluis beyond its marquee attractions. The open spaces at Vlissingen-Oost and Maatschappij van de Brugse Zeevaartinrichtingen nv are great for getting some fresh air and spending time outside.