Looking for a good value hotel in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam? Check out our top value picks!
For the following selections, TravelMag.com’s hotel team compared over 100 hotels in the city based on price, amenities and, in particular, client reviews from the past 24 months. Those with the best value were selected for inclusion on our list of top value picks.
This stylish hotel close to the Oude Haven and Blaak station surprises visitors with its combination of cosy yet spacious rooms and ease of access to Rotterdam’s main tourist and shopping attractions. Impressive touches, include films on demand and lighting controlled by tablet, make this a splendid choice for tourists keen to be near the Rotte river and business travellers desiring access to the centre of the city.
Hotel Van Walsum is in a quieter area of the city, but is less than a ten-minute walk from the Euromast observation tower and Rotterdam Zoo. An excellent breakfast buffet and free wi-fi make this a fine option for anyone keen to be within easy reach of the city’s more popular areas without having every busy attraction at your doorstep. The peaceful park of Heemraadsplein is just a short walk to the west of the Van Walsum.
Some of the best views in Rotterdam, some of the best facilities of any hotel in the city; it’s considered surprising when a visitor doesn’t have this hotel in at least their top three. Free wi-fi, an exceptional rooftop terrace, a fitness centre and the best of the city’s amenities close at hand make this a perfect option for those who value both convenience and comfort.
The Hotel Emma is perfectly located at the centre of the city, an easy taxi ride directly south from the Centraal train station. One of Rotterdam’s most intriguing attractions, the Westersingel Sculpture Route, runs along the canal near to the hotel with 17 permanently exhibited artworks from internationally renowned sculptors. Countless other attractions are in the vicinity, which you can investigate using the hotel’s free wi-fi.
Another centrally located option, the Hotel Bazar, is within the city’s cultural district with the Museum Boijmans and the Art Hal within simple walking distance. The hotel is next door to one of the most popular restaurants in the city, simply named Bazar, which combines excellent Middle Eastern and North African cuisine among Arabian-style decorative flair. The cafes of the Old Harbour are also just 10 minutes’ walk to the east.