With the characteristic tower _Martinitoren_ in sight, the central market square _Grote Markt_ can be reached within a few minutes. The square is surrounded with several shopping streets, bars with terraces and cafes, providing a pleasant atmosphere in the evening. Groningen has a lot to offer in the cultural department with its many theatres, museums and events.
The City Hotel Groningen is located in the centre of this vibrant university city. You will have no excuse to be bored here: both inside and outside of the hotel there is a lot to see and do. The hotel's staff will gladly help you choose between the city's many possibilities. The hotel has bikes to let, which will surely come in handy in the bike-friendly city of Groningen. You can reserve the bikes in advance in the hotel.
Boutique Hotel de Doelen is established in a splendid historical building, at the foot of the Martini Tower and in the bustling heart of Groningen. The atmospheric building in which Boutique Hotel de Doelen is established has a long history as a hotel. The building dates from 1798 and has been used as a hotel for over 200 years. Many original features have remained in tact. The stunning stained glass dome above the staircase is particularly striking. Several terraces can be found in front of the hotel and are teeming during nice weather. The place to see and be seen.
Gelkingehof Apartments Groningen comprises five spacious apartments in the centre of Groningen, just 350 metres from the Martini Tower. The apartments are housed in a 17th century building and come with modern, contemporary facilities which include fully equipped kitchens and bathrooms.
The Student Hotel Groningen is suitably located in the trendy Ebbinge Quarter. A number of rooms are occupied by students while the remaining hotel rooms are available to guests. The hotel feels like a sophisticated version of a campus, with facilities including a laundry service, ping pong tables, various lounge areas, workspaces, vending machines, a gym, and a restaurant. Bikes are also available for hire.
You'll find the Mercure Hotel Groningen MartiniPlaza in southwest Groningen, close to the city's park and within easy reach of the city centre. The Groninger Museum is less than 2 kilometres away and the hotel is located next to the renowned Gasunie building. Central Groningen is only a 15-minute walk away, and you can also take the bus to the central railway station. The nearest bus stop is just a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
The Van der Valk Hotel Groningen - Hoogkerk is situated on the outskirts of Groningen. The city of Groningen is easy to reach from the hotel: by car, public transport and even by bike. The hotel is situated close to the nature area of the Onlanden, where you can follow walking and cycling routes.
Labnul50 Hotel is established in an impressive listed building. It was formerly used by the University of Groningen as a chemical laboratory. The old lecture halls now host (business) meetings and the complex houses around 70 creative companies. The premises furthermore has apartments and studios where people live.
The hospitable Best Western Hotel Groningen Centre lies just within the canal ring of Groningen, in a quiet location by the Oosterhaven. The hotel has a lift, a laundry service and it is possible to hire a bike at reception so that you can explore the city and its surroundings. You will quickly feel at home upon arrival at this hotel, thanks to the friendly and attentive staff.
Leonardo Hotel Groningen is established in the unique and contemporary-design building "La La Liberté" in the south west of the city. The city park, the Martini Plaza congress and exhibition centre, and the Gasunie all lie within walking distance. Groningen's charming, historic city centre is only 10 minutes away by public transport, or a 20-minute walk. Free parking is available around the hotel and underground parking is available at an additional charge. The rooms come with a sleek, industrial interior with nice little extras such as tea and coffee facilities, a sitting area, and air conditioning. The hotel offers a gym, and located on the third floor is the cool and quirky Chef's! Food & Drinks lounge terrace.
NH Groningen Hotel de Ville is a luxury 4-star hotel in the heart of Groningen. The narrow little streets shelter countless boutiques and university buildings. Groningen is a real student town; nearly a quarter of its residents are studying either at the University of Groningen or at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences. This city is blessed with several lovely courtyards with almshouses. The Pelstergasthuis, for instance, dates back to the 13th century and has had several functions over the years. Locals now live in many of these former almshouses and hospitals. What's more, the courtyards have open access and tours are organised here.
Hotel Schimmelpenninck Huys has a rich history that dates back to the 12th century. The hotel is listed as one of the ten most important historic monuments of the city and owes its name to _Rutger Jan Schimmelpenninck_, the Grand Pensionary of the Batavian Republic. In the _Barokzaal _(Baroque Room) the portraits of four politicians, of whom Schimmelpenninck is one, grace the uniquely decorated ceiling. In the hotel lounge you can relax in one of the wonderful armchairs or sofas. This area is gorgeously decorated in _Art Nouveau _style. On nice days you can spend the afternoon or evening in the lovely French courtyard, and on rainy days the sunroom will offer you a beautiful view of the garden.
Groningen is a great city for shopping and partying, but it is also a city offering architecture and culture. You can reach the _Grote Markt_ square, the _Stadsschouwburg_ theatre and the _Groninger Museum_ on foot, all within a couple of minutes from Bud Gett Hostels.
The NH Groningen Hotel is situated on the Hanzeplein in Groningen's pleasant city centre. The hotel is located opposite the UMCG hospital. Groningen has a number of beautiful squares with impressive architecture. Good examples include the Stadhuis town hall on the Grote Markt and the Korenbeurs on the Vismarkt. Culture lovers will appreciate a trip to the Groninger Museum or the small-scale Noordelijk Scheepvaart en Tabak Museum, the latter of which is established in monumental 15th century premises. The Grote Markt and the Vismarkt are connected via little shopping streets with a range of speciality shops and good restaurants. Groningen also boasts many bars, cafés and pubs. You certainly won't be bored here!
The welcoming Best Western Plus Hotel Groningen Plaza has everything in store for a pleasant and relaxing stay. Hotel staff are happy to be of assistance and will gladly offer you tips and advice about excursions in the area. Why not enjoy a typically Dutch cycling trip? Bikes are available for hire at reception and the hotel has a covered bike rack. Hotel guests are able to make free use of the heated indoor swimming pool. The hotel offers generous parking facilities and the bus stop is only a 5-minute walk away. A 15-minute bus journey will take you to Groningen Central Station.
The hostel offers 12 rooms for 1 up to 6 persons and there are competitively priced dorm beds are also available. This makes Simplon Youth Hostel a very suitable accommodation for single travellers as well as groups. The 12 rooms and 3 dorms offer a hostel capacity of 91 beds. The hostel is a job placement company for employees.
Stee in Stad Groningen offers a special place to stay. Three apartments have been transformed into hotel rooms. Each apartment comes with three rooms, a shared bathroom, and a kitchen. The reception is established in a former corner shop, only 400 metres from the apartments. The hotel is managed by volunteers. After checking in you'll receive a map and keys to the building.
Thanks to its convenient location, the Bastion Hotel offers good road links to the city centre of Groningen and its surroundings. A 5-minute drive will take you to the Martiniplaza Events Hall, the University, and the UMCG Hospital. A bus stop is situated in front of the hotel, providing good public transport links towards the Martiniplaza, Groningen city centre, and the bus/railway station.
The Asgard Hotel is quietly situated on the edge of the lively city centre of Groningen, within walking distance of all the major tourist attractions. The red stone building dates from the 1930's, and is a lovely example of the architectural style of the Amsterdam School. A lot of attention was paid to the details, when it came to the hotel's interior design. Durable materials such as wood, clay and steel were used. The cosy hotel bar, for example, was completely formed using concrete. The warm colour combinations make a stay at the Asgard Hotel a very enjoyable experience.
Pension Tivoli is situated in an atmospheric area on the Zuiderdiep in the centre of Groningen. Here you'll find many cosy bars and restaurants, and a large cinema is located right across the street. The central railway station is within easy walking distance, as is the Groninger Museum.