Bastion Hotel Rotterdam/Terbregseplein

Hoofdweg 40, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3067GH, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Prins Alexander area of Rotterdam, is near Kijk-Kubus (Show-Cube), Arboretum Trompenburg, World Port Centre, and Tropicana.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotterdam

    Goodbye to All in the Netherlands,

    A travel blog entry by devos on Aug 09, 2014

    6 comments, 212 photos

    ... and you will be able to see them in my blog. THANK YOU again Henny@John,and family , To our friends in Germany Weirner and Rita, Astrid and family Astrid @Raymond,Hank@Ria,Willie @ Frans, And the whole Nooteboom family,Ron @ Monique,Marianne @ family,,Jan@conny family,Tante Jo, Ron @ Michelle.Ewould@Hanneker. To OMA Nooteboom we wish you all the best for you and Opa Nooteboom.It was nice to see you again.It was great to ...

    Backpacking Blunders in Rotterdam

    A travel blog entry by tonezf on Apr 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... struggled onto the tram to get to the central station. When it came to get off I couldn't move as a tie on my pack was caught on something. I only managed to leap out in time through the help of the locals.

    We eventually arrived in Rotterdam and made it to Hotel Santa Maria where we are welcomed by more friendly folk. We wander through town looking at the strange modern architecture blended ...

    Rotterdayuum (and lots of pretty windmills)

    A travel blog entry by lexindam on Aug 09, 2013

    22 photos

    ... as well as we walked around! Then we wandered to the tourist office, picked up some information about where to rent bikes for tomorrow's bike ride to the Kinderdijk, and a map and some general Rotterdam touristy leaflets. We wandered home to change into jeans as it wasn't the warmest day as it turned out.

    At home, one of Andre's future flatmates was home, Nik. We got chatting to him and he was not only Dutch and from Rotterdam (so very useful to talk to) ...

    Bergen and food!

    A travel blog entry by katiehallberg on Jul 12, 2013

    5 photos

    ... women, if they got a Norwegian pregnant they had to buy a barrel of beer for the men to share, and if they wanted to start a family they had to move back to Germany.... Kinda strange. They also had many issues with fires, the city burnt down multiple times, the last major fire was in 1702, so no buildings exist prior to that date. In the mid 1800s the Germans were losing ground in Norway, the king was getting power again and Germany told them they ...

    A Day in Amsterdam and travelling the Netherlands

    A travel blog entry by cess07 on May 26, 2013

    ... information. The rest of the day was basically spent wandering around the streets and stopping to consult my map. The street signs in Amsterdam were a major challenge and very unclear. I got lost numerous times including in Vonderpark, a beautiful park but also really big. Getting lost wasn't a major concern though given I had so much time on my hands and the pure beauty of the city. Still quite cold today though, about 11 degrees with a cool breeze so ...