Hotels Near Bakkerij Frits Van Looveren In Helmond

4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.64km from Bakkerij Frits Van Looveren
I ask the question because I don't know the answer. This is the second time I have stayed here, the team is nice, helpful and goes out of their way to make you feel comfortable. The Hotel is dated, the older rooms are in need of a serious update. The beds in all the rooms need to be replaced, not uncommon for Europe non-chain hotels but these beds were exceptionally uncomfortable. There is a nice bar area, perfect for an after-work or long day place to relax with coworkers. The food in the restaurant is very good. My advice, avoid the suites, they are not an upgrade. Avoid the older rooms and ask for the newer rooms although from personal experience this is confusing to ask for and confirm it is what you will receive. . Be prepared for an uncomfortable bed no matter what room you choose (my opinion and my coworkers- we had three rooms) the Last piece of advice if you are parking in the lot be prepared for inconsistency in the gates for when you leave. sometimes you need a ticket some times you don't.
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0/50 Reviews
0.77km from Bakkerij Frits Van Looveren
Offering free WiFi, a sun terrace with a swimming pool, garden and shared lounge, De Villa is set in Helmond. The accommodation offers a shared kitchen, and luggage storage for guests. Eindhoven is 13 km from the guest house, while Den Bosch is 46 km from the property. The nearest airport is Eindhoven Airport, 20 km from De Villa.
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3.8/510 Reviews
0.94km from Bakkerij Frits Van Looveren
The hotel is also a restaurant and for getting in you need to get cross it and there's a small reception on the left. Later you learn that also can get in and out through a side door that goes to the alley in between the hotel and a church. The room was very basic and somewhat spartan, with wood panels and furniture that were very rustic. The bed was very comfortable and I was so tired that I slept really well. There was a desk, a chair, a sort of bedside table, a light and plug next to it, an open wardrobe and a TV. I didn't use the TV, but missed a kettle as it was quite cold and it could have been useful. The wi-fi worked well. There was air conditioning and a long radiator that went all the way below the big window. It took a while but it did warm the room. There were no blinds, but at least there were thick curtains. The bathroom was quite big and long, with the same long radiator along the room and below the window. Remember drawing those curtains because the big windows overlook a busy square and street full of shops and restaurants! There was a shower cabinet, toiletries, soap, towels, basin, wc and everything looked pretty modern. My only problem is that the mirror was a bit high and had to tiptoe a bit to see all my face in it. The breakfast was really nice. It was in the restaurant downstairs. You had a table with a few kinds of breads and rolls, cereal, yoghurt, honey, chocolate and peanut butter spreads, butter, jam… Also an orange juice jug, water, boiled eggs, cheese slices, some cold meat slices, like turkey, ham… Also a toaster. The coffee or tea was made on demand, fresh and like you asked. Great service and great coffee! Also really nice because when the breakfast time was ending they asked if we wanted more before they took the table away. Very considerate. Also the receptionist on arrival was very nice and printed a boarding pass for me. One of my main reasons to choose this hotel was the location, near the station, right in the centre and close to everything (I'd recommend visiting the cube houses, just a 3 minutes walk). And also the price, because the other options were double. It's not really cheap, but Netherlands isn't a cheap country for us Spaniards. At least had a good breakfast included! On the negatives, mainly that it didn't have a lift, so had to carry the luggage two floors up. Not awful, but good to know if someone can't climb the stairs. Also I had read that the church's bells were very noisy. They did stop at night, but I recommend earplugs if you think they can wake you up. Also the bed clothing was quite used and had some small holes and stains, but seemed clean. A few more plugs would be useful, but it had a couple behind a desk and another next to the rustic bedside table. Finally, I left the suitcase in the hotel in the morning and was told to leave it next to a table and the reception desk and they will put it in storage. My surprise when I was back was that it was exactly on the same pla
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5/5Perfect1 Reviews
1.47km from Bakkerij Frits Van Looveren
Visited this hotel in January. I had booked a room on Expedia and then cancelled it because I needed 2 rooms which I had subsequently booked on Booking.com . I received email confirmation from the hotel this first room had been cancelled 9 months before my visit. I prepaid the 2 rooms I did book and when I arrived I was informed that there was 3 rooms booked for me and all 3 were all ready paid. After showing the email confirming the cancellation the hotel said they would refund the room less the commission which amounted to €85. I took it on good faith this was correct. When I returned home the hotel then charged me €175 for this room that they had informed me was already paid and despite numerous emails to the rude staff this couldn’t be resolved. In addition we arrived exactly 1 minute late for breakfast one morning to be told turned away and told there was not chance of getting a breakfast which although technically correct sums up this hotel totally unwilling to help and rude. I also stayed in the Golden Tulip close by and this is a much better option for people looking to stay in Helmond with friendly and professional staff. I had read the bad reviews on trip advisor about this hotel and found them hard to believe because I had previously stayed here but I can confirm it has gone down hill quickly under the new ownership.
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Hotels Near Bakkerij Frits Van Looveren In Helmond Review

5/51 Reviews
Visited this hotel in January. I had booked a room on Expedia and then cancelled it because I needed 2 rooms which I had subsequently booked on Booking.com . I received email confirmation from the hotel this first room had been cancelled 9 months before my visit. I prepaid the 2 rooms I did book and when I arrived I was informed that there was 3 rooms booked for me and all 3 were all ready paid. After showing the email confirming the cancellation the hotel said they would refund the room less the commission which amounted to €85. I took it on good faith this was correct. When I returned home the hotel then charged me €175 for this room that they had informed me was already paid and despite numerous emails to the rude staff this couldn’t be resolved. In addition we arrived exactly 1 minute late for breakfast one morning to be told turned away and told there was not chance of getting a breakfast which although technically correct sums up this hotel totally unwilling to help and rude. I also stayed in the Golden Tulip close by and this is a much better option for people looking to stay in Helmond with friendly and professional staff. I had read the bad reviews on trip advisor about this hotel and found them hard to believe because I had previously stayed here but I can confirm it has gone down hill quickly under the new ownership.
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4.1/510 Reviews
I ask the question because I don't know the answer. This is the second time I have stayed here, the team is nice, helpful and goes out of their way to make you feel comfortable. The Hotel is dated, the older rooms are in need of a serious update. The beds in all the rooms need to be replaced, not uncommon for Europe non-chain hotels but these beds were exceptionally uncomfortable. There is a nice bar area, perfect for an after-work or long day place to relax with coworkers. The food in the restaurant is very good. My advice, avoid the suites, they are not an upgrade. Avoid the older rooms and ask for the newer rooms although from personal experience this is confusing to ask for and confirm it is what you will receive. . Be prepared for an uncomfortable bed no matter what room you choose (my opinion and my coworkers- we had three rooms) the Last piece of advice if you are parking in the lot be prepared for inconsistency in the gates for when you leave. sometimes you need a ticket some times you don't.
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3.8/510 Reviews
The hotel is also a restaurant and for getting in you need to get cross it and there's a small reception on the left. Later you learn that also can get in and out through a side door that goes to the alley in between the hotel and a church. The room was very basic and somewhat spartan, with wood panels and furniture that were very rustic. The bed was very comfortable and I was so tired that I slept really well. There was a desk, a chair, a sort of bedside table, a light and plug next to it, an open wardrobe and a TV. I didn't use the TV, but missed a kettle as it was quite cold and it could have been useful. The wi-fi worked well. There was air conditioning and a long radiator that went all the way below the big window. It took a while but it did warm the room. There were no blinds, but at least there were thick curtains. The bathroom was quite big and long, with the same long radiator along the room and below the window. Remember drawing those curtains because the big windows overlook a busy square and street full of shops and restaurants! There was a shower cabinet, toiletries, soap, towels, basin, wc and everything looked pretty modern. My only problem is that the mirror was a bit high and had to tiptoe a bit to see all my face in it. The breakfast was really nice. It was in the restaurant downstairs. You had a table with a few kinds of breads and rolls, cereal, yoghurt, honey, chocolate and peanut butter spreads, butter, jam… Also an orange juice jug, water, boiled eggs, cheese slices, some cold meat slices, like turkey, ham… Also a toaster. The coffee or tea was made on demand, fresh and like you asked. Great service and great coffee! Also really nice because when the breakfast time was ending they asked if we wanted more before they took the table away. Very considerate. Also the receptionist on arrival was very nice and printed a boarding pass for me. One of my main reasons to choose this hotel was the location, near the station, right in the centre and close to everything (I'd recommend visiting the cube houses, just a 3 minutes walk). And also the price, because the other options were double. It's not really cheap, but Netherlands isn't a cheap country for us Spaniards. At least had a good breakfast included! On the negatives, mainly that it didn't have a lift, so had to carry the luggage two floors up. Not awful, but good to know if someone can't climb the stairs. Also I had read that the church's bells were very noisy. They did stop at night, but I recommend earplugs if you think they can wake you up. Also the bed clothing was quite used and had some small holes and stains, but seemed clean. A few more plugs would be useful, but it had a couple behind a desk and another next to the rustic bedside table. Finally, I left the suitcase in the hotel in the morning and was told to leave it next to a table and the reception desk and they will put it in storage. My surprise when I was back was that it was exactly on the same pla
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4.1/510 Reviews
I ask the question because I don't know the answer. This is the second time I have stayed here, the team is nice, helpful and goes out of their way to make you feel comfortable. The Hotel is dated, the older rooms are in need of a serious update. The beds in all the rooms need to be replaced, not uncommon for Europe non-chain hotels but these beds were exceptionally uncomfortable. There is a nice bar area, perfect for an after-work or long day place to relax with coworkers. The food in the restaurant is very good. My advice, avoid the suites, they are not an upgrade. Avoid the older rooms and ask for the newer rooms although from personal experience this is confusing to ask for and confirm it is what you will receive. . Be prepared for an uncomfortable bed no matter what room you choose (my opinion and my coworkers- we had three rooms) the Last piece of advice if you are parking in the lot be prepared for inconsistency in the gates for when you leave. sometimes you need a ticket some times you don't.
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5/51 Reviews
Visited this hotel in January. I had booked a room on Expedia and then cancelled it because I needed 2 rooms which I had subsequently booked on Booking.com . I received email confirmation from the hotel this first room had been cancelled 9 months before my visit. I prepaid the 2 rooms I did book and when I arrived I was informed that there was 3 rooms booked for me and all 3 were all ready paid. After showing the email confirming the cancellation the hotel said they would refund the room less the commission which amounted to €85. I took it on good faith this was correct. When I returned home the hotel then charged me €175 for this room that they had informed me was already paid and despite numerous emails to the rude staff this couldn’t be resolved. In addition we arrived exactly 1 minute late for breakfast one morning to be told turned away and told there was not chance of getting a breakfast which although technically correct sums up this hotel totally unwilling to help and rude. I also stayed in the Golden Tulip close by and this is a much better option for people looking to stay in Helmond with friendly and professional staff. I had read the bad reviews on trip advisor about this hotel and found them hard to believe because I had previously stayed here but I can confirm it has gone down hill quickly under the new ownership.
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4.1/510 Reviews
I was lucky enough to stay three days at this outstanding hotel with my 10-year-old and seven-year-old children. Not only is this an amazing hotel but the sports facilities that are attached and freely available to hotel guests are brilliant. We had adjoining rooms that are completely sports themed With a ping-pong table between the doors! The kids just loved it. Whilst staying at the hotel alongside delicious food we swam, played football, played crazy golf, went to the soft play, did bowling, tried out the gym, borrowed bikes for a cycle... the list goes on. There is just so much to do. I can highly recommend this to anybody with children who is looking for an amazing few days of active fun. We will be back and can’t wait!
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