At the foot of the Saint Jan Cathedral in 's-Hertogenbosch we find the comfortable Best Western Plus City Centre Hotel Den Bosch (formerly known as Best Western Eurohotel). This hotel offers not only personal hospitality and comfortable rooms with bath, shower, commode, color television and telephone, but also car parking facilities for a small fee, in the indoor garage. Of course, your meeting or conference can be perfectly combined with a visit to the old, Burgundian city Den Bosch with its many inns, pubs, grand cafés and restaurants. Den Bosch is also the ideal base for local trips to theme parks such as De Efteling Fun Park, Beekse Bergen safari park, the Autotron traffic park or a fun boat trip to the old city Heusden. Enjoy your stay.
Best Western Plus
Hotel is located in the old town on a walking only street. Medium sized hotel with large sized rooms. The reception staff was always helpful. Breakfast was varied with hot options included. We felt at home staying here and would return.
The location of the hotel can't be beaten. You need to get past a road block when you come by car but it worked fine, not to worry. Just ring the bell and you can get past. The room was ok and the service was okay too. Decent prices as well. If you want to visit the beautiful city of Den Bosch, this place is the right one to stay. Make sure to dine in one of the nice places in De Korte Putstraat, Lux is a nice one.
From 6 sep - 12 sep 2018 me, my mum and nana were staying there coz it was the last destination of the holiday and seeing my family in holland too Mum had booked 2 rooms (1 single for Nanna) and another room with 2 beds which is me n my mum It was a really good location but the service was poor. When we had checked in we asked about the aircon but the person at reception said “our rooms are not aircon'd but they are on the 4th floor” However there was no 4th floor just floors 1,2 & 3. Level 2 had the restaurant I expect the room to be luxury one but as a Aussie it felt like being in a fifo lodge coz it had a) no aircon when there was a aircon on the wall, b) the curtains were falling & c) the towels didn't feel big enough. I had some sleepless nights coz there was no aircon we only opened windows in the day but not the night due to mosquitoes. The fan wasn't cooler enough 1 day there was no towels when we came back. We had complained about the room n the young lady told us to come to breakfast as it was free but normally it would be £15 added to it The breakfast was ok, the ginger cake was hard, the milk didn't taste nice. After trying it out 1x we didn't go back Also what was annoying was there was no mini bar or fridge & no safe (put things like passports in) What I love about it was it's close to St Jon's church, bells rung every hour n 30mins & the bed was comfortable. I don't get why everyone is putting 4 stars when half the rooms are not aircon'd. I would never ever go back there coz of no aircon even reconnecting the wifi which was opened wifi and not locked by having a password which a lot of hotels do. This hotel needs drop off and pick up zone. I would go back to the golden tulip as an Aussie as they have aircon & breakfast included 1 time mum asked about a taxi to the airport which is maxi taxi but we only had a small taxi to go back to Amsterdam airport. The staff were very friendly though & helped out a bit This hotel needs to have more aircon or a pool coz if Europe had another hot summer how would people cool off?
I thought I'd already written a review for this hotel in 2016 but I must have forgotten. We've just returned from our second stay in Den Bosch and of course stayed here again. I think this hotel has the friendliest staff in the world! Location is great. Right in the centre, it has underground parking. Great for bringing home all the shopping... It has a lovely outside terrace for enjoying Bosche Bol (giant "profiterole"). The rooms are nice and the breakfast Dutch.
The advantage was that the room (406) was at the back of the hotel, as the Kermis (fair) was in town. The bed was comfortable, I personally found the controls in the bathroom easy (Amsterdam airport has the same controls as the wc in some of the toilet areas there) and really appreciated the rainforest shower.
It is quite a trek to rooms starting with the number 4. Up in the lift to floor 3, then walk to the back of the hotel and take a second lift (I only got in it once and decided to bring my suitcase down the stairs as it sounded so old and creaky).
While I couldn't hear the fair, I certainly could hear (with the window closed) the people chatting and smoking outside, while standing on some paving slabs (see photo). The view from inside the room was of a little patio area with paving slabs, water and the wall opposite. If you did open the window and stuck your head out and looked to the left, you could see the church.
I'm not sure whether it was due to the hotel or to the booking site, but the charge on my credit card bill just said "Hotel via
Our large room was fully modernised, but its high-tech controls were confusing because there are no international standards for symbols in such systems, and the hotel does not appear to provide any guidance. The modern bathroom is otherwise good. The queen size bed was one of the hardest ever experienced, and even the addition of a mattress topper did not soften the surface sufficiently to provide a comfortable night's sleep. Wide range of choice at continental breakfast. Good car parking. No room safe. The main problem is finding this place. From Parade, go through the barriers on Torenstraat, towards St Joseph's church, the Bosch Arts Centre, and then - as you reach the church - turn left down what appears to be a pedestrian street. The hotel's parking garage is on the right, just after the hotel entrance.
Kevin S, Owner at City Centre Hotel, responded to this review
Dear Ian, Thank you for your reply. Our bathroom is very new and we used only the newest technics,if there is any confusion please contact housekeeping or our team members. We are happy to explain when needed. Our beds are new and very soft. So that is really very personal i think. We have a very luxe topper and we get a lot of compliments. Our beds normally are sold for 5 star hotels. We choose only the best. All rooms have a safe and coffee and tea facilities and iron facilities and also a professional hairdryer. We hope to welcome you back and my husband is happy to explain the details for the airco when needed. Thank you so much and we hope to welcome you soon in our family hotel. Kind regards, Team BW Eurohotel
This is not the first time we have visited this hotel - my husband used to work in Den Bosch and we used to stay here with our children - this is a fab hotel - ALL OF THE STAFF are very friendly, couteous, very helpful and nothing is too much trouble for them The hotel itself has been refurbed since the last time we were here and is very, very clean and has a lovely feel to it. Car Park available at side of building - you need to approach and press button at barrier in road and this goes through to the reception of the hotel - the staff then drop the barrier and then you drive up to the shutters next to the hotel, press the buzzer and the doors will open - reception access through door from Car Park. The bedrooms are spacious with great comfortable beds (want one for home!??) 2 large pillows and great air conditioning - much needed as weather was boiling. The town has fabulous shops with loads of restaurant and cafes - thoroughly enjoyed our stay and can't wait to come back to some old familiar faces - thank you Euro Hotel!??????
This should be called the Tardis hotel small outside large inside.All the Staff were excellent so helpful and friendly.Room I had was clean tidy and all you need in a good hotel.The location is excellent step outside and the town is alive restaurants everywhere bars if you want.The cathedral likes to sound its bells to remind you it's there. They do stop at night. The cathedral is worth a visit. Again the staff make all the difference to a place if I could take these around with me life would be perfect.Great place to stay.
This hotel is bigger than you would expect from the outside. It's located in the old town within a pedestrian-only zone ( don't worry, taxis/Ubers/rental cars can access it) and covers several houses. It's partially renovated to the highest standards for a middle class hotel. I stayed at the top floor. It's quiet, clean with nice rooms & a big breakfast buffet. Sightseeing attractions and a restaurant/bar street are just around the corner within walking distance. Recommended !
The hotel is in the quaint town Den Bosch. It's not even a block away from San Jan Catherdal (a lovely old church) and lots of shopping. We happened to have stayed during a hot stretch of weather - the room was unbearably hot (we wished there was an air conditioner or even a fan). We left the window opened and for a quaint town it's incredibly noisy. Drunk (or very happy) folks can be heard laughing, yelling or talking at all hours of the night. The best was a group of men singing love songs at 3 am (they were so good the crowd cheered and gave them a round of applause). Not sure why but there was no hand soap or soap in the bathroom. We used the shampoo provided until we purchased some.
The weather is getting a little hot early this year. The hotel is small but has sort of charm to it. However, the room is terrible. Small, limited amenities and above all, no air conditioner. The manager said only a few rooms have A/C. Breakfast is very good and staff is always very polite and helpful. After a couple of sleepless and sweaty nights, I am not in a giving high mark mood.
Stayed at "Euro Hotel" for couple of nights being on a business trip, appreciated the position. Rooms are ok, breakfast is very good (not included in the room cost), garage costs 15 EUR/day. Good service.
The Dutch city of 's-Hertogenbosch is a quaint destination that's more like a town than a city, despite its elegant cathedral. It has excellent shopping and narrow streets filled with restaurants, cafes and bars and in pleasant weather the outdoor seating is crowded. This hotel has covered and secure parking and is far larger than it looks from the outside, going back some considerable way. It is beautifully kept by owner Patty Scott-van Leeuwen with every aspect up to a very high quality. It proved something of a pain to get to for us in a car as there are a maze of one-way streets, the 'no entry' signs appear to be meaningless to local drivers and there are often those rising bollards in the road and we had to negotiate one set of these to get to the hotel, by pressing a button and telling whoever it was where we were trying to get to. But the hotel manager told us that there is a simpler route...we didn't find it. But it was a gem of an hotel, superbly luxurious, scrupulously clean and in the newer rooms which appear to be in the number 400s they are not over-large but designed down to the last detail to be spot-on. Downsides? It gets hot and if you take your key out of the slot by the door the power goes off - and so does the aircon. Best to get a second key or use a credit card (don't forget it!) to keep it going while out. Breakfast is like everything else in the hotel, every consideration covered very precisely right down to a special egg boiling tank. We didn't have dinner there as were being entertained in one of the city's many good restaurants, but I would be surprised if the restaurant at the Euro Hotel is not equally as good as everything else about the place.
First time I've ever written a review while still in the room! We've traveled the world, stayed at 3 to 5 stars hotels. I judge a hotel by location, cleanliness/comfort, and the quality of the food served. Euro Hotel is elegantly decorated without clutter. First thing I noticed is how clean the hotel and the room are. The bed and room are comfortable. Location is incredible...walking distance to restaurants and many sights. When we went to the buffet breakfast, I immediately noticed the perfectly sautéd mushrooms, (served almost at every hotel in Europe) I noticed the mushrooms because as a food lover, I can tell that it was well prepared. It was delicious. Also hot dishes, a wide variety of cold cuts and cheese, (nicely chilled), fresh fruits, wide variety of breads, cereals, yogurt, and high quality pastries including the best croissants ever! The freshly squeezed orange juice machine was a perfect touch to an excellent breakfast. This buffet breakfast was better than at the 5 star hotel where we stayed in Amsterdam. Had an opportunity to chat with the owner, Patricia, and learned that this is a family-run hotel, which explains why the breakfast was clearly prepared by someone who cares. We truly enjoyed our breakfast and our stay! Thank you, Patricia. Will definitely return and highly recommend to those considering going to Den Bosch. Be glad to answer questions. A note to Patricia: Please tell your daughter that the chocolate bunnies she made deserve a Michelin Star!
I arrived very early at the schiphol airport that morning and read the hotel policy for checking in was no earlier than 3pm. When I phoned to ask whether an early check in was at all possible, expecting additional fees, a friendly man told me my room was ready for me anytime! I was so happy as I was able to get some shuteye for a couple of hours to deal with my jet lag. The location was awesome too. Right downtown. The (bath)room is small but very comfortable, modern, and very clean. The shower (rainfall) tempted me to stay in there for hours. Breakfast offered a big assortment of breads, cereal, nuts, and -for the vegans and lactose intolerant- soy-milk and almond milk. If I ever need to go to den Bosch for any reason, this is definitely the place for me to check into!
Kevin S, Owner at Best Western Euro Hotel, responded to this review
Thanks for the great review Adrian ! Glad you liked the rain shower and the extensive breakfast. It's good to know that our investments are paying off... Cheers Kevin.
Great hotel, very reasonably priced. Room was modern and clean with a fantastic shower! Staff very friendly. Excellent breakfast. The hotel is located right in the centre of Den Bosch amonst the shops, 50 metres from some of the many restaurants and bars. The main town square is two minutes walk, and the train station is a ten minute walk. Den Bosch is a lovely city, with the friendliest people on earth! The only thing I did discover was that chucking out time for the student bars was 4am! They can be a little noisy on the way to their beds!
Staying at this hotel allows you driving access to the historical center and onsite parking. This is a huge plus, making it very convenient. The location is fantastic since it is in the beautiful old town, but out of the chaos. We arrived with a fair in full swing and if we had stayed in a hotel right on the square, we would have gone crazy with the noise. The rooms are very big. Room 306 didn't have a good view, but it was fine for our one night stay. The staff was really friendly and helpful.
This was mt 2nd stay here. Its very reasonably priced right in centre of Den Bosch. The only negatives: the rooms dont have air con and no seperate shower no curtain in bath so floor becomes soaked if you just want a shower
Kevin S, Owner at Best Western Euro Hotel, responded to this review
Dear Paul, We have a lot of rooms with airconditioning . We rebuild them this year and they are lovely with a very nice shower. We are very proud of them . Maybe next time you will reserve one of those new rooms. Our bathrooms do not have curtains but glass walls since they are more easy to clean . We hope to welcome you another time in our hotel, Kind regards, Team BW Eurohotel
I was unexpectedly stuck in Den Bosch due to train problems on my way home from Schiphol airport last week and stumbled across the Best Western Euro Hotel. To be honest at 23:30 I was ready to take any hotel that had an open bed. When I called the Best Western the male staff member at the front desk was very polite and helpful and immediately reserved a room for me while I was walking over. When I arrived I was offered a later check-out time, which was exactly what I needed after a long day of delayed/cancelled travel options. The reviews were so/so on the hotel so I had low expectations, but really just wanted a bed. To my surprise the room was large, clean, well stocked with toiletries and the bed was extremely comfortable. I had an excellent sleep and could not have been happier with my stay. The location is also quite good being next to the cathedral. Overall, I would definitely recommend the hotel to those considering a stay in Den Bosch.
Kevin S, Owner at Best Western Euro Hotel, responded to this review
Dear Guest, Thank you for your nice compliments. The comments of our family hotel are very positive and we work very hard for that in a nice atmosphere. I must say Best Western are all independently owned hotels where you find just the things you need as a guest . I do not know where the comments where so so because we have excellent comments on all sites. So we are glad you liked our hotel but most guest come because of the nice comments. We hope to welcome you another time in our family hotel, Kind regards, Team BW Eurohotel
Our hotel is based in the Den Bosch city centre - a lovely Dutch medieval city with a modern feel. Also, right at our doorstep were the Sint Jan Cathedral , several good Dutch, Italian, Greek and other restaurants , bars and cafes. A good selection of quality shops and boutiques yet moments from the Museum and lovely walkways through the old town. Excellent customer service at the Front Desk.
The hotel is located in the city center, next to the catherdal. Many great resturarunts are within 5 minutes walk. The staff was wonderful, taking care of all my needs. The rooms, bar and breakfast buffet were all well equiped, supplied and staffed.
Very good hotel in a great location for central den Bosch, very close to great bars and restaurants. The breakfast is buffet style help yourself, with fresh orange juice. Rooms are more than adequate. The car park is underneath the hotel. Very close to the church.
Very impressed by the cleaning team here - they do a great job in the rooms. Room is basic, but it has the essentials for our stay. Right in the heart of Den Bosch. Parking is available and convenient. We prefer trains and the station is a 15 minute walk through a beautiful village.
I loved the breakfast most! The rooms and bathrooms are of high standard. The hotel provided a lovely atmosphere for holding evening meetings and discussions with friends and colleagues at the lobby near the rooms. The staff are very welcoming and were always ready to assist. The location of the hotel is great because I could go out to the shopping area, restaurants and main parts of the city on foot since it is located at the centre of Den Bosch.
Very good location, clean, not over-priced, reliable and with some very pleasant staff -recommended for a stop over, as the town is well worth an evening. Happy with children, and even found us a car parking slot locally. We will return.
My first stay here and although I cannot fault it really, the rooms are as basic as basic comes. I had a room with 2 single beds together - A pet hate of mine. Apart from that, the staff are friendly, the breakfast pleasant and plentiful. Great location in Den Bosch for visiting the town and about a 15m walk to the main rail station.
I really like this hotel. The staff are very friendly and the rooms clean and large enough for most needs, albeit there is no air conditioning to it can get warm in the middle of summer. You can only buy breakfast in the hotel but that's not an issue - there are so many restaurants within 30m, one even next door. Just one thing to beware of for people not familiar with the city - the locals are fond of their parties and carnival(s), so check whether you are going to visit during a carnival celebration. If you are deliberately for the carnival, great. If not, beware - it gets very busy and noisy!
There is a free bus ride in the city and it takes you from the train station near the hotel. Every hotel room is on the 4th floor. Friendly staff. The rooms are big with 3 beds. And a great bathroom with bath. There is free tea and coffee service in the room. If you are early than you may put your suitcase in a special place so you can visit the city. The same as you checkout and you will visit the city for the rest of the day. The best bakery shop is near the station: The Jan de Groot bakery/ cake shop is famous in the Netherlands for its Bossche Bollen: whipped cream-filled eclairs, covered in delicious chocolate.
The hotel is ideally located in the city center half way between the cathedral and the market square. While the hotel looks small from its Kerkstraat entrance it extends all the way to Hinthamerstraat across the block as we came to understand when we got to our room (which faced Hinthamerstraat). Since our room was on the 4th floor and the elevator only goes to the 3rd we were told to use a special elevator in the back connecting just those two. Helas, the door would not close (the guy at the front desk told us it was a "known problem") so we wound up carrying our luggage one flight up (the 4th floor elevator door was okay). The room was nice and had a spacious bathroom well equipped with amenities. The beds were good and let us sleep well. We declined the breakfast offer as there are many cafes in the neighborhood. At night there is a light show (15 mins) at the market square near the statue of Jeroen Bosch featuring works of the artist (see fotos). The hotel does have its own parking garage accessible from Kerkstraat. To get there from either Torenstraat or Parade you will need to drive right up to the red light and ring a bell. Upon saying the name of your hotel the bollard will be lowered allowing you to pass.
Walking distance from the train station, this hotel is very convenient for visiting Den Bosch. Near St. John's Cathedral and close to restaurants, it has everything to make you enjoy the visit. Rooms are adequate, the breakfast is great (real orange juice) and the staff very friendly. I usually go to Den Bosch for business and always try to stay in Best Western.
The hotel is a little tricky to get to as there are many one way streets and pedestrian only streets and streets with bollards blocking them. it turns out if you drive up to the bollard there is a button on a pole you can press and tell them that you are staying at the hotel and they will lower the bollards for you so you can get to the hotel and park in their garage. We did not know that and parked in a public garage 3 blocks from the hotel and walked. It cost 17 euro to park overnight and I think the hotel charges 15. The room was very spacious with 3 comfortable single beds. The bathroom was a good size and clean and modern. The decor was very nice. They did not seem to have air conditioning so we left the window open. There were no screens and the window looked out over an inner courtyard that was untidy and not maintained, but quiet. The church bells ring out on the hour and in between and are very loud, but still nice to listen to. There are no tea/coffee making facilities in the room but they have a bar and cafe area in the lobby. The breakfast buffet offered a good selection of hot and cold options. Overall a very nice place to stay.
Smart, tidy hotel in a good central location of this very pretty and interesting town. Good size rooms, helpful staff very good English (like all of Netherlands). A pleasure to stay there. You also get the most charming 7 am alarm call from the cathedral bells. Very close to a wide range of eateries. Nice and quiet room even though in town centre
Stayed there for 4 times now. Every time for 3-5 nights. The rooms are well equipped but to some you need to walk quite far. The bar downstairs is really nice, especially if you travel alone for work. Everything in the city is reachable by foot. One of the best breakfasts I've ever had in a hotel! You can choose from everything you can think of!
We stayed here for 2 nights in July. The hotel is set in a quiet street right in the centre of town, only 5 minutes from the main square and the cathedral. It is an easy 10-15 minute walk from the railway station. From the outside, the hotel appears fairly small but it extends a long way back and is actually quite large. The reception staff are efficient and pleasant rather than warmly welcoming. The room we had (suite, king bed) was large with a good-sized bathroom. It was comfortable and quiet (apart from the cathedral bells - but who would mind these in the morning?). Breakfast was the usual buffet affair with both hot and cold food. We were very impressed with the efficiency and welcoming nature of the lady looking after the breakfast service. She constantly ensured food was topped up and tables cleared - many other hotels could learn a lesson or two from this! There are numerous bars and restaurants near the hotel though many get very busy on weekend evenings. We found that the places along Parade (turn left out of hotel and then right at the square) were more pleasant and less busy). The hotel has a small bar but it doesn't serve evening meals (and possibly not lunches either). The sights in Den Bosch are all easily reached on foot from the hotel. The Visitor Information Centre (in the main square) has a self-guided walking tour and a better map than is offered by the hotel. Note, though, that for some bizarre reason it does not open until 13.00 on Mondays. For a half-day excursion, try taking bus 135 from the station to Heusden. This is a very attractive and historic village with a functioning windmill. Buses about half-hourly.
The hotel is gigantic. I had to walk for 5 minutes from the entrance at one end to my room at the other end! You'll want to check where your room is located with the desk clerc if you arrive with large and heavy suitcases. Apart from that, rooms are clean and nice as per Best Western expectations. The hotel is in the middle of the pedestrian area of the old town with its many restaurants, bars and shops. It is the Netherlands, so prices are extremely high compared to most other destinations in Europe. Hard to understand...
A very pleasant and practical hotel, actually very large and rambling although you don't realise that initially from the relatively small street frontage. Comfortable and practical rather than luxurious, but pretty good value, a great location for tourist attractions in Den Bosch, and has everything you'd need for a few nights away.
Only a one night stay as on our way back to the ferry. There are signposts to the hotel as you reach the centre & you have the added novelty of having to announce your arrival, if by car & have the bollards lowered for you. People in reception were helpful & friendly -arrived a bit early so securely stored our luggage for us on return. The hotel has been extended backwards so lots of interesting glass & brickwork as you wander around. There is a view of the nearby Cathedral as you walk the long corridors -but the bells don't keep you awake at night. Ours was a back room so no particular view but clean & comfy with a kettle. The breakfast room is airy with silk flowers as part of decor. Good choice of cold or hot food. Definately a good place to stay and lots of interesting restaurants to eat at nearby..
The hotel looks nice from the outside and maybe it's our fault that we went for one of the cheaper rooms. This was located on the fourth floor (there is a lift) with a long walk down a boring carpeted corridor. The room was small and pokey with a view out over tiled roofs. The bathroom was tired. The location is central but with the one way traffic system, we found it impossible to get our car to the hotel's car park. Instead we left it in the brand new car park on the edge of town and walked. By the way, it was cheaper to do this than use the hotel car park!
The Best Western Euro Hotel is beautifully located in central Den Bosch. The rooms are large: they seem more American-proportioned . We highly-recommend the breakfast (with the fresh squeezed orange juice and a wonderful selection of teas). Nice lobby bar, too. The staff is friendly and helpful, but maybe not totally well-informed. We had arrived for the Hieronymous Bosch exhibition at the Noordbrabants Museum without tickets – it had been sold out for months. The gentleman who checked us in told me to go over to the museum right then (in the afternoon) to see if there were any tickets available. But it was Monday and the museum (like most museums on Mondays) was closed. Instead, I showed up at 7:45 the next morning and scored 9:00 am tickets.
We choose this hotel because of the excellent location in the center of the city. We were so pleased when we reached. The staff was so friendly and helpful. The rooms were great and breakfast was fantastic. We met with Mrs Patty Scott, the owner/general manager and we like again to compliment her with the hotel, the staff and service. We will come back!
A centrally located hotel with very good service. The check in staff were very obliging, even finding a vase for our recently bought tulips. The room we were allocated was fine, and we were soon upgraded as we swapped with new guests who preferred twins to doubles. Our only comment on the original room was that the lighting was poor (a fairly common complaint with chain hotels these days) making it difficult to see into the wardrobe. But the suite we were allocated was very nice indeed. Breakfast was ample, including squeeze your own OJ, but the choice of piped music was not to our taste - particularly at 7am. Check out was a little slow, as there was only one person on duty. They are also missing a trick by not offering snacks on the pavement cafe to go alongside the drinks on offer. But all in all, perfect for our needs.
This was a perfect location for us to enjoy our visit to Den Bosch to view the Hieronymus Bosch exhibit- 2 blocks from the museum, across the street from St. John cathedral, and around the corner from a variety of excellent restaurants. The hotel was comfortable and reasonably priced, our room was quiet and spacious, and the staff was friendly and very helpful- the airline initially lost my bag in Amsterdam, and when they finally delivered it to me in Den Bosch, after midnight, the night clerk, as requested, let me know it had arrived and brought it straight up to our room. The lobby is a lovely space to hang out in, and usually offers the local specialty, Bosche Bollen, a delicious chocolate covered cream puff, for sale. Finally, the breakfast buffet is spectacular, although you have to be clear if it is included in the room price or not. We would happily stay here again.
helpful and informative receptionist who went out of his way to supply us with a map of the local area and showed us where to find the exhibition we has come to see. He suggested, quite correctly, that we would find the hotel breakfast good value. The location of the hotel is very convenient for visiting this interesting and vibrant town. It is within easy walking distance of the railway station and is in the midst of the Old Town. Don't miss a visit to the old church just down the road. It is a really beautiful space with fabulous stone figures on the outside. Lots to see in town. Comfortable room.
I always have a tremor of misgiving about making a reservation at a hotel which is part of a large chain: am I going to finish up in another soulless cornflake box of a building? Best Western, however, seems to do what it can to use older buildings and not turn them into monstrosities. The façade of the Euro Hotel is clearly that of the original building, and isn't out of synch with the other structures on the same block. The modern extensions are wholly out of sight behind. Good big rooms, reasonable bathroom, adequate shower. There were no heating controls, but it wasn't much of a hardship to manipulate the valve on the radiator. No mini-bar, so you either have to pay hotel prices for your pre-dinner drink or seek out a liquor store in the town (tip: the nearest one is in Krullartstraat, about 120 metres away).If you want mixers you'll have to go a little further, to the Albert Heijn supermarket in the Arena centre beyond the Markt. But nothing in Den Bosch is very far from anything else; from the hotel you can be at the Cathedral in two minutes and the Noord Brabant Museum in less than ten. Can't speak for the breakfasts here, because we didn't try them, preferring to go out and find a café where we might pay less than 14 euros a head. But a good, comfortable, central place. The staff were friendly and obliging.
The hotel was beautifully decorated with every attention to detail. The service was great with the staff more than willing to help with any request. The family run business meant it had a very nice atmosphere. There was a secure, underground car park which was a nice addition. Breakfast was good value for money with lovely fresh orange juice and a vast selection of food. The bedrooms were very comfortable and the showers were powerful. All in all a fantastic hotel and I will definitely return!
We were staying here just overnight - visiting the (amazing) Hieronymus Bosch exhibition. The central location was perfect for us and all the facilities in the hotel were very good indeed. Excellent friendly front of house staff - very helpful and charming. Nice small bar serving generous glasses of good wine. Very good Breakfast buffet. The room was very nice - reasonable size, comfortable beds and very clean. We thoroughly enjoyed our ( very brief) stay
Quite tricky to navigate to the car park attached to the hotel as it's in a pedestrianised area but once there check in was very straightforward even though we had to wait until 15:00hrs to check in. Our room was very pleasant with dual aspect windows but very hot, no mini-bar but vending machines out in the corridor and quite expensive. The hotel is very centrally located for walking around the old town and the museums. Although there is a bar/lounge there is no restaurant but there are plenty to choose from just a few metres away. The breakfast was at extra cost in what appeared to be a purpose built breakfast area and was of a reasonable standard. The reception we received from the staff in the hotel varied from polite and courteous to very friendly and helpful. I would visit this hotel again.
Very centrally located near to the main square and attractions. Room was nice, bed comfy and all clean. Only problem was the broken hairdryer. Breakfast was a little pricey (€14.80 each per day) but was good with plenty of variety. Staff were very friendly and helpful.
We stayed here when visiting for the Hieronymus Bosch exhibition in the town. It was the most perfect location being within walking distance of the railway station, the museums and restaurants. It was very comfortable, the staff were very helpful and friendly, and the breakfast was very good. Den Bosch is a lovely little town, and we recommend going even if the Hieronymus Bosch exhibition has finished.
Used the Euro hotel when we visited the Hieronymus Bosch exhibition. If you use Google or Bing for your route, ignore the last 200 metres' worth and use the hotel's directions instead! Lange Putstraat is **NOT** wide enough for your car. Watch out for the slope when leaving the car park (lower level) to enter the hotel. The hotel itself is excellent:- really helpful staff, good cooked breakfast, well placed for the historic centre including Het Noordbrabantsmuseum. Would happily stay there again.
We stayed at the BW Euro Hotel in April so that we could explore the city when visiting the Hieronymus Bosch exhibition, and it has simply the best location right in the centre of town. We were just steps away from the St Jan cathedral and within ten minutes of the exhibition, and the separate Bosch Art Centre, the canal trips, and the market place. It has the feel of a family hotel and is charmingly decorated, and the staff were friendly and helpful. We had a large and comfortable room overlooking the pedestrian main street, but it was still very quiet. There is a small breakfast room which was quite crowded as the hotel was full and I did think it was expensive at €14 each, but the choice at the hot and cold buffets was quite good and they were able to find me some gluten free bread. Parking cost €15 a day - the car park is difficult to find but when I booked (via Booking.com) the confirmation email included clear and helpful instructions for navigating the bollards at the entrance to the pedestrian area. My only criticism is the high sided bath which makes climbing in and out a bit of a challenge for anyone who is slightly infirm. I would go there again if visiting the city or exploring Brabant and recommend it to friends.
The hotel is located on a pedestrian street right at the heart of the old Den Bosch, ideally placed indeed for visits and strolls in the city. We visited the Jheronimus Bosch exhibit at the Noord Brabants Museum (5 mn walk), the cathedral (2mn walk), Bosch Art Center (5mn) etc. Very convenient also if you are driving, with a safe and covered garage attached to the hotel. Staff at the reception desk is nice and helpful. Breakfast buffet misses nothing, from fresh orange juice to scrambled eggs and bacon. Rooms are quiet and of decent sizes and equipment (we had 2 rooms with bathtubs). To make it short, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay !
Like many other reviewers we stayed here because we were visiting the Jheronimus Bosh exhibition. We did have difficulty in finding the hotel because we were travelling by car and it is in a precinct inaccessible to cars because of bollards in the road. We managed to phone the hotel and they explained that we needed to drive up to the bollards, press a button and state which hotel we were visiting. This had not been pointed out in our booking details so we spent nearly an hour going round and round following the sat nav directions. In fact we had to phone 4 times before we actually got to the right place but the staff had a great sense of humour and met us as we drove up, directing us to their car park. We had a comfortable room and the breakfast selection was good including freshly squeezed orange juice which you help yourself from a machine. The hotel very kindly let us keep the car in their car park after we checked out for the time we were at the exhibition which was a morning slot. They asked us to be back by 1.00pm which we managed. It is perfectly situated for the museum which is only a short walk away.
Visited Den Bosch for the Hieronimous Bosch exhibition and this was a place we'd never been to before. Considered a few options for accommodation (which was in short supply at the time we booked), including some on the outskirts of town. We decided to stay central and were fortunate to get a room at the Best Western. Location is excellent and all the tourist sights are within 5 -15 minutes walk of the hotel. We did encounter a problem with the room initially. We had booked a room with a queen size bed but were allocated a twin which we decided to accept on the first night. However this overlooked one of the side streets and at 4-00am a group of local youngsters were having a VERY loud conversation right under the window so we had a very disturbed night. We took this up with hotel the following morning and they said they did not have rooms with queen size beds and that the central booking system was at fault. There was also a problem with moving rooms as they were so full. However they asked us to leave it with them and when we returned at the end of our day out we had been moved to a quieter room with a king size bed which was very comfortable. The breakfast arrangements are not great, but adequate, and I thought they were a bit pricey at 15 euros given the food options available.
Overall our visit to this charming town was very enjoyable. The hotel was perfectly adequate. The rooms were a decent size and clean. The staff were very friendly and helpful (particularly the wonderful Dennis). the hotel is in a great location between the mains square and the Cathedral. everything is within walking distance from here.
We stayed at the EuroHotel for the Hieronymous Bosch exhibition. The hotel was in the centre of the town next to the Cathedral. There was little traffic. The room was very comfortable and the breakfast bar was spacious with a wide range of hot and cold food. The staff were excellent. Thoroughly recommended!
We stayed here in order to visit the wonderful exhibition at the Hetnoordbrabantsmuseum for the Bosch exhibition. The town is delightful and the Hotel was very well positioned. The hotel was welcoming and comfortable and adequate or our purposes. Very good breakfast and very useful parking facilities considering the Hotel is in a pedestrian area.
Like over reviewers we stayed here when visiting the Bosch exhibition. Excellent choice, good sized room and bathroom. Breakfast is extra but well worth it. Thankfully the nearby cathedral's bells are silent through the night Excellent location with everything within walking distance
We stayed here for two nights to visit the Bosch Exhibition. We have stayed in Best Western's before and the quality has varied but this was definitely the best. Our room was on the top floor which involved two lifts but that wasn't a problem. It was quite small but that was because we had asked for a walk in shower and the larger rooms had baths with showers over. The room was comfortable and well equipped and had a lovely view over the Cathedral. Breakfast was exceptional with a huge variety of good quality food. Later in our trip we stayed in two five star hotels where the presentation of the breakfast was a bit smarter but we both agreed that the quality and variety in this hotel was the best of the three. The staff were invariably friendly and helpful. There is a cosy little bar area and outside seating which would be nice in better weather! The hotel is in a great central location right next to the cathedral and opposite the Street of Restaurants. It is a five minute walk to the Bosch exhibition and to the Markt. All in all one of the nicest hotels we have stayed in.
The Hotel is easy to reach and very central to sightseeing attractions in the City. Dennis, who works at front of house was a mine of local information for me. He made all the time I needed to pick his brains about locations of various sights, best local restaurants that produce foods local to the area and anything else I wanted to know. The hotel itself was very clean, comfortable and so central also it is really also a non-smoking establishment which was very nice for me. There were vending machines on the floor I was staying on so it was easy to get a bottle of water or other beverage and snacks. The Hotel had a variety of guests/groups and I think it would suit anybody who wants to stay. Only one downside - as I was checking out (with other staff who I had not seen before) there was no friendliness, it was just a business transaction. I would have liked to have been asked had I enjoyed my stay, the City etc. Otherwise I was very pleased with my stay here and would readily recommend it!
We stayed here for one night, for our visit to the Hieronymus Bosch exhibition. it was an excellent choice. The position is great - on a traffic-free street near the cathedral - but it is easy to find and to park the car in their own car park, if you are driving. Reception was helpful, speedy. Our room was on the third floor, and quite a walk. Well appointed, sparklingly clean bathroom, with bath and integral shower. Decent toiletries. The beds were very comfortable. We overlooked another pedestrian street, with quality shopping. It was not noisy at all, and we had the window open all night. The hotel is close to many restaurants, and reception gave us an excellent recommendation to Roels, one street away. The exhibition was a five minute walk. A very successful stay, in a lovely town we didn't know before. We would return without a moments hesitation to both hotel and town.
This is a well appointed hotel in an excellent position. It is in the town centre, near the cathedral and close to many shops and restaurants. The reception area and bar are smart and the staff are helpful and spoke good English. The hotel is larger than it looks. Our room was clean and comfortable ‘though it was on the top floor which entailed using two lifts and a long walk down a long corridor. The hotel has it's own basement car park.
You could not ask for a better location- unless you dislike the chiming of bells. They ring out from the iconic St John's cathedral almost next door, however they are quiet at night. The hotel is surrounded by restaurants, bars and boutique shops - close to canals and a park. The Bosch exhibition has injected an air of magic into the town and it has created a holiday feel. The townspeople are proud of their heritage and welcome visitors warmly. We were very happy with the hotel- it had a faded charm- and staff were courteous and helpful. The breakfast was quite fulsome and included espresso so you can get a decent hit of caffeine. Nice bread too. The bar is open late and has a wide range of bottled beer- good place for a nightcap or a cup of tea after sightseeing. Tea and coffee is provided in the bedrooms, but we did think a single tea bag was a bit mean. Big comfortable bed, and old fashioned decor, in keeping with the style of the building. Everywhere was very clean.
Situated right next to the cathedral, this hotel has a beautiful reception area and bar. The rooms were a little disappointing as completely bland and nondescript by comparison. However, were warm and well-equipped.
The hotel is around 10 minutes walk from the railway station and very close indeed to the cathedral. We had good views of the cathedral from our window. The rooms are quite large for a city centre hotel, but ours only had a shower. The hotel surroundings are very quiet indeed and there are lots of good restaurants within 200m of it. The breakfasts it serves are fine, but are extra. The staff are all helpful and friendly. The layout of the hotel is slightly strange, in that the rooms are quite a distance from the reception, so there is a surprising amount of walking along corridors required for a hotel of this size. The hotel does have lifts though. overall a fine place to stay and we would stay there again should we visit Den Bosch again
Due to the Bosch exhibition there was a shortage of hotels so we ended up in this one for @ 115 euro per night. Staff very welcoming; rooms tight and basic but bed comfy and no noise apart from Cathedral bells and some rather noisy people leaving at the crack of dawn - hotel cannot do anything about guest behaviour . Shower basic, no minibar but coffee/ tea tray. Hotel has nice reasonably priced bar and decent Greek and other restaurants around it. Book the cathedral roof tour online before you go or you may not make it up there as numbers limited
The hotel is extremely well located. The room is nice. The shower has plenty of hot water; however, the exhaustion system makes too much wind. The breakfast is varied. The staff is very pleasant and attentive.
In the middle of the town, alongside of the Cathedral, it is a very convenient location, near everything: museum, place, restaurants. The room was OK, the bed comfortable and there is an electric kettle, tea and coffee in the room, very agreeable when coming “home” late in the night. Very kind staff, particularly Dennis, always smiling and helpful. When in Den Bosch, don't miss the “Echte Bossche Bol of Jan de Groot”, it is a delicious cake and an ideal accompaniment to coffee.
The staff are such a credit to this hotel. Everyone was very welcoming, friendly and helpful. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Nice decoration in the public areas, spotlessly clean bedroom and bathroom, comfy beds, excellent buffet breakfast, central location from where you can walk to everything. A really lovely hotel in a really lovely town.
This is a hotel to come back to and sleep in, and for that it's very good. The room was cosy (February) and beds were comfy - everything spotless. We paid 11 euros for breakfast but it was money well spent, because if you ate all that's on offer on that buffet, it would keep you going all day! Great choice. As we travelled by car, the parking in their basement was a boon, not exorbitant and SO convenient. All in all, a really pleasant stay.
In Den Bosch for just one night - used this hotel as a base before visiting the Bosch exhibition. An excellent base - would advise upgrading to a room above the basic level. Everything was spotlessly clean. Internet worked well. A nice bar/lounge for a nightcap before bed,
We did have an economy room so didn't expect too much. Bed was very comfortable and all was fine. The hotel just lacked personality in a city that is full of character, great architecture and some very classy shops and restaurants.
Right smack in the middle of shops and restaurants. There is a secure parking garage at $15/day, which is extremely important for those on auto holiday. For those with mobility problems, this is a perfect location. If you walk out the front door, the church is to the left, and 1/2 block to the right is the square. Across the way is "restaurant row", where you can chooses from an array of restaurants and enjoy a meal without taking transportation. As you drive down the street towards the hotel , you come to the pole barricade, and you must get out and use the phone to call the hotel. They then will bring down the barricade to allow you access, as you are entering the walking only area of the town. The hotel is located 1/2 block down on the right. They will have opened the gate for you as you pull up. The hotel had great desk service, with courteous and friendly people. The bathroom was tiled and immaculate, and the bed was comfy. The TV had 3-4 English speaking stations, which was truly appreciated. The only negatives would be to have better lighting in the room, and perhaps at some point, freshen up the décor. The lobby had a bar area, where you could have a nightcap or simply relax with a drink before dinner. In the square we found a fish truck that deep fried fresh fish for us, and we sat and listened to a calliope on a Friday afternoon. Couldn't get any better. Lots of bicycles, so beware of your footing, but you are in Holland. All in all, this hotel met all our needs for our mini-vacation. For all of the conveniences, I would certainly without a doubt, stay here again.
It is located in city center near the church, all the shops and restaurants are close by. I have stayed there for many nights and the staff was always friendly and helpful. The beds are comfortable, room was clean but the decoration is a bit old. Also the heating would need some renovation because i found it hard to regulate it easily, it was either too hot or too cold. And the lighting was a bit too soft. But the staff and location make it up for it.
I stay at this hotel on a regular basis during the week. The hotel is amazingly located in the center of 's-Hertogenbosch, next to the cathedral and near plenty of excellent restaurants for dinner. Staff is friendly, rooms are cosy , quiet -except during the day when the cathedral rings its bells, including on Sunday.. - and spacious. Excellent breakfast with a good variety of food. High speed wifi granted for free. However, the heating does not work always very well - ask the reception desk to help you, it can be pretty chilly in winter - and some rooms may have a bad smell coming out of the plumbing in the bathroom. Check that you don't get a room in the 4th floor if you carry heavy luggage, they are only accessible though narrow stairs. In any case, feel free to ask for another room if you are not satisfied.
Clean and comfortable rooms with friendly staff in the centre of den Bosch. Close to all the good restaurants and the market square. Saint jans cathedral is just around the corner as well! Highly recommended for a comfortable stay for business or pleasure.
We stayed here for two nights. Friendly staff at all times, room very pleasant and bed very comfortable. Bathroom higher standard than some 4 stars we have stayed at. Breakfast - agree with a previous reviewer - it is one of the best we have had. Mostly home cooking. Near a lot of eating places, which are very good. Lots of shops. There is a gym across the road which should take you on a casual basis - it is very high tech and I paid 15 euros for a session. Wi fi a little weak. I used the wi fi of the various cafes mostly.
Centrally situated in very quiet area . Modern and clean interior. Excellent standard of rooms. Staff friendly and helpful. Nice restaurants in area . Walked at ease from station via busy market place. Room available on early afternoon arrival. Wou.d return for leisure!
Great location, breakfast and service, only negative is the rooms could be modernised somewhat. I always stay here when I come to Den Bosch, so much better than the Golden Tulip. Wifi was free which is a bonus.
OUr 1 night stay in this hotel was OK. The location in the middle of the citycenter is superb. A nice parking-garage at the hotel for a reasonable cost. Room was ok, bathroom required some upgrade (rust at heater, tiles not 'brandnew') but was clean. Beds were nice. The service in general was average. Receptionist not very friendly and helpfull. Breakfeast waitress was a bit snibby when we had a remark on one of the products. Overall breakfeast was OK. Nice place for a citytrip. Although a bit overpriced.
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