Reviewed by 376 guests
It was close to the city center.
Notiz Hotel lies in north Leeuwarden. The hotel is run by the hospitality professionals of the future; and in terms of luxury it offers everything you may expect from a 4-star hotel.
The Notiz Hotel offers a range of rooms, from Standard to Comfort. The warm colours, the sustainable Auping bed and the modern facilities ensure a warm welcome. All rooms come with shower/bath, toilet, telephone, flatscreen television, free WiFi connection and a Nespresso coffee machine.
In addition, Notiz Hotel offers facilities for business meetings. Several rooms are available for conferences or company training courses; with capacities ranging from 10 to 275 people. Any required (audio-visual) equipment is also available on request. And after your meeting you can relax in the restaurant or in the ambient hotel bar.Surroundings
Notiz Hotel lies in a quiet area in the north of Leeuwarden, within walking distance of the Rengerspark and the Noorderplantage park. A city bus stops just outside of the hotel and offers good travel links to the centre. With no less than 575 listed buildings, Leeuwarden is a city with a rich history. Its diversity is particularly striking: there are churches, windmills and warehouses to visit. Leeuwarden also boasts many cosy cafés, restaurants and other entertainment venues.Food and Drink
A breakfast buffet is available on weekdays from 07:00 until 10:00, and at weekends from 08:00 until 11:00. It is also possible to order a boiled egg à la carte.Dishes are based on the notion of 'New Dutch Cuisine'. This concept employs five principles: culture, health, nature, quality and profit. Enthusiastic staff at Restaurant Wannee are at the ready seven days a week from 07:00 until 21:00. In addition, Notiz Hotel has its own bar, which is open daily from 08:00 until midnight. The bar and lobby are furnished with armchairs and a reading table, where you're welcome to enjoy a drink and a snack.
376 Reviews100% of guests recommend this hotel
Near the centre of Leeuwarden