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The Rhine is one Europe's longest rivers at 820 miles long, rising in the Swiss Alps and flowing into the North Sea at Rotterdam. A major international waterway, it runs through 6 countries. Through its tributary, the Main river, the Rhine is connected to the Danube by the Main-Danube canal. You can't imagine how much traffic there is along the Rhine. River ...
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What I had been looking for I did not see. Although interesting for most people, I came to see if there was anything about the four locations above, but there was nothing there.
A bit disappointed I left the building and headed for the Mariniers barracks 4 km away.. I did not have to look for the address as ...
... up when one of the neighbors was at the door.
We started doing laundry and pretty soon the vacation was behind us and we were back in our old routines...
We had a wonderful time and we would recommend this trip to anyone with too much money and time :-)
On to the next vacation far far away... on the other side of the world.
I just can't believe it. I booked this cruise on April 18th 2012. There were 289 days to go. So now we are down to 26 days.
OMG 26 days! Less than a month.
Lot's of stuff has been going on, especially down south in that part of the world.
- Riots and looting in Argentina
- Eruption of Copahue Volcano on the border of Argentina and Chile
- Political problems between Argentina and Great Brittain, once again over the Falkland Islands
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Rotterdam
Dirty Hilton Rotterdam
Dirty and shabby old fashioned rooms. Staff were quite rude (surprisingly for the Dutch). They also charged me twice for the room and were shocked that I amde a fuss and demanded the money to be refunded. Never again will I stay in a Hilton.
I stayed at The Hilton in Rotterdam last Saturday and I have to say how extremely disappointed I was.
Nice room, fine location
Considering I got a weekend offer at a considerably reduced price, price/value was quite satisfactory. Wouldn't have said the same if I had to pay the regular room price. Room was ok and well cleaned, so was the bathroom, and the beds were good, but all in all really nothing above the ordinary. The prices in the room minibar was just simply a rip-off, and the internet service for the guests was below par: bureaucratic, cumbersome and far too expensive for somebody just wanting to spend a few minutes checking their mail. There was a web hookup for a pc in the room, but most people still don't travel around with a personal pc on their vacation!
My name is Maria de Lurdes and I'm from Portugal. Last Summer I went to Netherlands and I chose this hotel because I had lots of good references about it. It was unbelievable what happened to me!!!!
We were impressed by the good prices and ease of use the Hilton website offered, so when we turned up to the hotel, which hasn't been decorated since it appeared to have been built as some kind of homage to the Trump Tower (badly) in the 80s, we were pretty disappointed. The hotel is in bad need of some kind of renovation - even a few lights in the lobby would be a start. The rooms are no better, scuff marks on the walls and doors, cheap looking furniture badly in need of repair or replacement etc. I'm sure that it got it's 4 stars with ease when they awarded them in the 80s, but they wouldn't get them today.
Bland, but OK
I have stayed here regularly on business over the last few months.
The building looks uninviting, and the decor is dated and rather tired.
However, the location is good, the staff are courteous and the service is efficient. The rooms are fine, bathrooms are quite nice.
Room service food is OK, and the buffet breakfasts are great.
It is just a bit soulless - a typical business hotel.
I would agree that the Westin is better, but then it is quite a bit more expensive, plus the Hilton has a better selection of English TV channels !
First of all, if you can try and stay at the Westin. Everyone I spoke to raved about it. It wasn't possible for me this trip as it was sold out becasue the Film Festival was on and I can sort of see why. When I checked in at the Hilton I asked for a quiet room and was assured I was getting the best room available. It was on the 5th floor and had a noisy mini-fridge which I immediately unplugged once I saw the outrageous prices they wanted for a bottle of water and the air conditioner had a rattle in it. That took longer to unplug but I made sure someone came up and closed it dow.The good news was that the windows opened and I really didn't need the heater on as the temperatures were rather pleeasant. The bed was great and comfy and the bathroom was okay though it had seen better days. The bad news is that my room faced a line of bars or discos that were open until 6am and attracted a lot of car traffic honking horns and playing loud music. Now to be fair one didn't hear them as much when the windows were closed, however it meant sleeping in a virtually airless room. My rate at 139 Euros included tax but not the city tax of 6.50 (which I feel is misleading as they quoted me a rate that was tax inclusive-I argued it at checkout to no avail) and it also included breakfast. This is where the Hilton earned some badly needed points with me. The buffet is very varied and has everything you could possibly imagine. Once done with breakfast it was very easy to skip lunch entirely. The lobby also doubles as a restaurant and looking at the menu I was shocked to see how VERY expensive it was. Out of sight as a matter of fact. Also I asked the front desk about Internet access and was told it was 5Euros for fifteen minutes or 9Euros for 30...etc in their 2 PC business centre. Highway robbery. When I asked about an Internet cafe in the area I got a disingenuous reply of having to go to Kinkos' up the street which is four blocks away...etc. One of the guests overheard the conversation and immediately directed me to an Easy Internet Access shop with 100 PC's that is part of a Subway Sandwich place. It was literally around the corner where the charge was 1 Euro per HOUR!!! Needless to say that is where everyone went to. Would I stay at the Hilton again? Definitely not. I would hold out for the Westin or the New York Hotel which is a little farther out but has great character and, which by the way, is a terrfic place to go and have dinner. It has a huge brasserie with good food, reasonable prices and attracts the artists,movers and shakers of the city. Apparently the guest rooms are great fun as well as no two are the same and very comfortable. The hotel overlooks the water which would be an added bonus.
Luxury in Rotterdam
Stayed at the Hilton in October 2004 and was very satisfied.
The rooms were nice with a large bed and lots of pillows, the bathrooms was clean, had a large tub and a radio. New towels every day and slippers and bathrug for free use.
Beakfast was excellent with whatever you can imagine. Great location.
Great hotel in a wonderful city
Stayed here June 04 in an executive room. It was brand new and very spacious. The hotel is located right next to the shopping area and most of the cloths are around 40% cheaper than London. They don't have a restaurant but we had an excellent dinner in the the bar. The lobby has an interesting 70's feel about it but it works. Rotterdam is a definate must if you are going to Holland. I highly recommend the Euromast although if you are scared of hights like me you will be trembling when the cabin gets to the top. The zoo with its new aquarium and the boat cruises through the docks were really nice.