Reviewed by 128 guests
Very friendly and helpful staff. Quiet location, no noise at night.
At Hotel Konbanwa Nijmegen, you can enjoy good food and drinks for an affordable price and with a magnificent view. Business guests will appreciate the proximity of the University of Nijmegen and the hospital, Radboud Ziekenhuis. The hospitality and cordiality of the staff is immediately evident upon arrival at the hotel. With a hotel rental bike you can explore one of the many routes in the beautiful surroundings. After a day spent outdoors, it's wonderful to unwind in the atmospheric lounge or, if weather permits, on the lovely terrace.Delight in the all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant, where there is a choice of over 100 delicious Asian snacks.
An excellent dinner can be followed by a fine stay in one of the 17 hotel rooms. The 10 highly comfortable rooms on the ground floor include first-rate beds, a bath, toilet, telephone, and a television. Both the hotel's rooms and its restaurant are fitted with a revolutionary, environment-friendly air conditioning system.
As early as 1930, Hotel Konbanwa Nijmegen already enjoyed a reputation as a hospitable, family-friendly hotel. However, it became known internationally due to role it played during the Second World War. After serving as a German headquarters for four years, it was regained by the allies on 17th September 1944, who went on to recover Nijmegen from enemy control. It was here that none other than General James Gavin of the 82nd American Airborn Division forged plans to advance over the river Waal. In order to commemorate this momentous period, an artwork was unveiled on the north side of the hotel in 1954.Surroundings
You can visit the Afrika Museum, the sauna and spa complex De Thermen, and the Liberation Museum 1944-1945; all are located within a few kilometres of Hotel Konbanwa Nijmegen. A trip to the historic town of Nijmegen (4 kilometres away) is a must for shopping, going out, and endless city walks through medieval streets and past Roman monuments. If you head a few kilometres south you'll quickly encounter the friendly 'wine village' of Groesbeek. What's more, golfing enthusiasts can practise their swing at Het Rijk van Nijmegen.Food and Drink
Breakfast is served every morning between 07:00 and 11:00 in the charming breakfast area and, if weather permits, on the half-covered terrace. At weekends, breakfast is between 08:00 and 11:00. The hotel also serves lunch as well as the occasional High Tea. In the evening you are welcome at the restaurant. Drinks are served around the fireplace in the lounge, where you might read a book, the newspaper, or use the internet. Delight in the all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant, where there is a choice of over 100 delicious Asian snacks, including sushi and dim sum. At lunch time the restaurant serves various sandwiches, salads, soup, as well as Japanese Bento boxes.
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In the woods between Groesbeek and Nijmegen