Hotel Leeuwenbrug

Koornmarkt 16, Delft, Zuid-Holland, 2611 EE, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Koornmarkt 16, Delft, is near Oude Kerk, Prinsenhof Municipal Museum, Museum Paul Tetar van Elven, and Museum Lambert van Meerten.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Leeuwenbrug Delft

    Reviewed by lazysmoothie

    Comfortable and wonderful stay!

    Reviewed Jun 30, 2011
    by (1 review) , Singapore Flag of Singapore

    We had a room at the first floor and our window was facing the back alley. Not much disturbance though except for occassional drunks hanging around. Considerably spacious room with free WIFI connection. Small bathroom but looks new and very clean. Breakfast is lovely! Quite a lot of varieties unlike some hotels only serve you plain bread and coffee. Very close to the square and marketplace. It is a MUST stay hotel if anyone is going to Delft.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Leeuwenbrug Delft

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Delft

    Settling in...

    A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Jul 03, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... full of extremely pretty canals and buildings. Being a Thursday it was also their market day, so the town square was full of stalls selling food, drinks and flowers. I went on a tour of the canals, climbed the 'new' church tower (which gave fantastic views back towards The Hague and surrounding countryside) and ate, reputedly, the best sandwich in holland (voted number one 3 years running) on a floating terrace on a side canal. ...

    Double Dutch

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 14, 2014

    ... always thinking of my stomach (it was in the name of history, I swear), I queued for some deep-fried prawns, as I couldn't bring myself to have the herring-on-a-broodtje. The woman behind the counter was pretty stressed out by an unruly group of middle-aged Italian men who had descended on the counter just before I had arrived. They were speaking Italian to her, and she was standing there looking like, "I really have no idea what ...

    The 9 Streets and the Jordaan

    A travel blog entry by whatarethey on Aug 31, 2013

    ... alley and found an Abbey tucked away in the middle of the city. Some brief respite from the swarm of commercialism around it. At this time, was starting to get hungry, so grabbed some beers, croquettes and a mackerel sandwich (surprising delicious) from a nearby cafe. Sat an watched the world go by and thought how Amsterdam could be like Auckland in some ways. The cafe culture here is ...

    Day trip to Delft

    A travel blog entry by paulepay on Aug 06, 2013

    ... dog at his feet, legend says his dog stopped eating after he died and died shortly after, but it could also stand as a sign of loyalty. I haven't really bought any dutch souvenirs as our house is full of it, so i decided to buy antiques. I bought 2 Speckulas boards from the early 18th century it will be something that can hang proudly at home but also can be used, so you can guess what I'm making at christmas as gifts. ...

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    A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Aug 06, 2013

    21 photos

    ... by one and the same family for many generations. The shop looked like a museum piece; the smell of the spices completed the good feeling inside. Judging by the wear of the granite steps leading into the store many 1000’s of feet had walked on them. I remembered that in my home town of Haarlem there is a similar store which I must have a look as well.

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