During a stay at Bastion Hotel Brielle Europoort guests can enjoy a personal atmosphere, a hospitable service and comfortable amenities at an attractive rate. The hotel has a 24-hour reception and offers a fax/copying machine and a laundry service. Naturally, tourist information is also available at reception. Guests can have lunch and dinner in the hotel's à la carte restaurant. The cosy bar and billiards area is also a great place to relax.
The atmospheric Fletcher Hotel de Zalm dates from 1928 and is beautifully situated in the centre of Brielle. The picturesque town has lovely terraces, beautiful canals, charming boutiques and cosy restaurants. The three-star hotel offers comfortable rooms, an excellent à la carte restaurant and an ambient lunch café. Its location makes this hotel a popular choice for those staying in Brielle; business travellers included. The hotel has a bicycle shed and bikes are available for hire.
The hospitable Atlas Hotel Village lies in the centre of the historic town of Brielle (or Den Briel), which became well-known through the Sea Beggars conquest of 1 April 1572. This historic town is surrounded by magnificent ramparts. The 57 metres high blunt church tower of _St. Catharijnekerk_ dates back to 1417, and makes it easy to recognise Brielle from afar. Brielle houses no less than 400 monuments, such as the Town Hall and the wooden post-mill _'t Vliegend Hert_ (The Flying Deer). The river _Brielse Maas_ is an important area for water sports and other activities.