Hotels Near Goes Town Hall In Goes

4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.29km from Goes Town Hall
We reserved a suite for a weekend among friends at this hotel, which is conveniently located next to the railway station. Because the centre was within walking distance, we left our car in the free outside hotel parking during our stay. The suite was large enough to accommodate four adults. It comprised a living room, two bedrooms with a good-sized double bed, a toilet and a large bathroom with a shower, a hair dryer and basic complimentary toiletries. A squeegee would have come in handy. We weren’t overjoyed that the largest of the bedrooms opened into the living room, without door or curtain. Luckily the bedrooms were at opposite ends of the suite, allowing for privacy. The small bedroom had a second television set and a wardrobe in the hallway opposite the room. The blinds and curtains in the bedrooms were effective in keeping out the light and the sound-proofing was good. There seemed to be no trains at night, but we did hear the odd late-night reveller, as could be expected on a Saturday night. We had a kettle for tea and instant coffee and an empty little fridge. As the hotel bar closed at 10.30 p.m. and there appeared to be no plain water in the vending machine in the hallway, we should have thought about stocking up in town in the afternoon. A bottle of water would have been welcome. We found Suite 138 to be comfortable but not overly cosy. The predominant colours (brown, beige, grey, black) are dull, a few bright accents would work wonders. The rainy weather and the first-floor view on an office block, a car park and lots of bicycles weren’t helping either. Breakfast was good. There was a decent choice of hot breakfast, cereals, bread and fillings, juices and fresh fruit. The hotel staff was friendly and helpful. Prices were reasonable for the Netherlands.
FromUS$83.00
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.49km from Goes Town Hall
We stayed one night here in Goes for a weekend trip in Zeeland. This hotel is located in the center area of Goes, near a church and the cityhall. You can reach Vlissingen in 20 mins of driving or Neeltje Jans Delta park in 30-35 mins of driving. Pros of this hotel: Good room facilities, especially bathtub, coffee machine, airco (important for summer weather). Very comfortable bed. Cons: It's near a church so you will hear the bell ringing. For the room I stayed, there is no elevator. The hotel itself doesn't have parking spaces, but you can park nearby in public area. For our trip it was free (Saturday night and Sunday). For other days you might need to pay if you park during the day.
FromUS$88.00
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.57km from Goes Town Hall
We have been coming back to the Katoen Brasserie for 4 years and usually stay at the hotel twice during the year. The rooms look as fresh today as when we first arrived. We particularly like the sympathetic restoration and the attention to detail. Unsurprisingly, the Katoen has become justifiably popular so booking is a must. The menu is varied and changes frequently and seasonally whilst keeping the favourites. The service is welcoming and genuine; in fact the staff really seem to enjoy being there. The kitchen is behind a glass wall and is spotless. The food is cooked to perfection with my favourite being the Tenderloin Steak (fillet) where the chef manages to give real flavour to what is a subtle dish. The Brassiere is a local favourite but even when full, the atmosphere is calm and standards are maintained. I know this is a glowing review but it’s well deserved.
FromUS$134.00
3.7/510 Reviews
0.63km from Goes Town Hall
I booked this hotel as a birthday surprise for my husband as it was near the Goes Steam railway line (about 20 min walk) and a nice central location to explore Goes. At first I could not see a reception area when we arrived at around 9.00 pm so walked into the bar and a friendly chap checked us in which was very quick. We were up two flights of stairs (18 steps each flight) in room 10. There is no lift. The room was very large with a basin and large shower cubicle with two heights of shower, one fixed and the lower one could be hand held. Easy to turn on and control heat. Push the left side to the wall for fixed shower to come on or forward for hand held shower. Water was hot enough very quickly. On the other side of the bed was the smallest room with the toilet. Downside was that after using the toilet you could not wash your hands until you walked round the other side to use the basin. Also, as the basin and shower are 'open' (ie no door) on dark mornings you would need to put a light on which could disturb a partner if they were still sleeping unless you showered together. As it was getting light I could draw the large curtains back and use natural light. Beds were very comfortable though. We had a room on a side road and on a couple of mornings there was a lot of noise at around 7.30 with vehicles or bottles crashing into a waste skip. Breakfast a little disappointing considering the evening menu looked very good but at times the scrambled egg was stiff and rubbery and bacon very crisp. At one time there was no water so needed to ask staff and only one glass was available so again had to chase staff. One type of cheese and two types of ham. There were yoghurts, croissants and pastries. The railway station is about a 15 minute walk and the Stoomtrein about 20 minutes. The steam train is well worth a visit with a small museum with tickets purchased in a former goods shed but now with a café. The day ticket of 16 Euros covers all classes of travel but is cheaper if you just want 3rd class. We travelled to Hoedenkenskerke which is the end of the line for the steam train and as it was a glorious day we climbed the stairs to sit by the river watching all the traffic going to and fro. The attractive village was just behind us. Goes itself was very pretty with two large churches but unfortunately they were only open on Tuesday, and at the weekend but we were only had full days there Monday to Wednesday. It was the same with the Tourist information office. We walked around the water defences and came back to the Stadthaven and had a drink at Hectors on the waterfront. It was absolutely beautiful, so quiet and a nice place for snacks and drink. We also visited the brewery which was 2 minutes away from the hotel which was very interesting (tours are Saturday only so could not do that) and they do very nice meals. From Goes we also visited Vlissingen and Middelburg by train and had a nice boat trip in Middel
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.58km from Goes Town Hall
Hotel is convenient to find on outskirts of Town just off the main highway. The Staff in all areas are friendly and helpful and everywhere was clean and organized including the outside Patio and gardens. Dinner in the restaurant especially the Saturday night buffet was excellent for choice and quality and breakfast was again excellent. Bedroom and Bathrooms were spotlessly clean and well appointed.
FromUS$114.00

Hotels Near Goes Town Hall In Goes Review

4.4/510 Reviews
We stayed one night here in Goes for a weekend trip in Zeeland. This hotel is located in the center area of Goes, near a church and the cityhall. You can reach Vlissingen in 20 mins of driving or Neeltje Jans Delta park in 30-35 mins of driving. Pros of this hotel: Good room facilities, especially bathtub, coffee machine, airco (important for summer weather). Very comfortable bed. Cons: It's near a church so you will hear the bell ringing. For the room I stayed, there is no elevator. The hotel itself doesn't have parking spaces, but you can park nearby in public area. For our trip it was free (Saturday night and Sunday). For other days you might need to pay if you park during the day.
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FromUS$88.00
4/510 Reviews
Hotel is convenient to find on outskirts of Town just off the main highway. The Staff in all areas are friendly and helpful and everywhere was clean and organized including the outside Patio and gardens. Dinner in the restaurant especially the Saturday night buffet was excellent for choice and quality and breakfast was again excellent. Bedroom and Bathrooms were spotlessly clean and well appointed.
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FromUS$114.00
4/510 Reviews
We reserved a suite for a weekend among friends at this hotel, which is conveniently located next to the railway station. Because the centre was within walking distance, we left our car in the free outside hotel parking during our stay. The suite was large enough to accommodate four adults. It comprised a living room, two bedrooms with a good-sized double bed, a toilet and a large bathroom with a shower, a hair dryer and basic complimentary toiletries. A squeegee would have come in handy. We weren’t overjoyed that the largest of the bedrooms opened into the living room, without door or curtain. Luckily the bedrooms were at opposite ends of the suite, allowing for privacy. The small bedroom had a second television set and a wardrobe in the hallway opposite the room. The blinds and curtains in the bedrooms were effective in keeping out the light and the sound-proofing was good. There seemed to be no trains at night, but we did hear the odd late-night reveller, as could be expected on a Saturday night. We had a kettle for tea and instant coffee and an empty little fridge. As the hotel bar closed at 10.30 p.m. and there appeared to be no plain water in the vending machine in the hallway, we should have thought about stocking up in town in the afternoon. A bottle of water would have been welcome. We found Suite 138 to be comfortable but not overly cosy. The predominant colours (brown, beige, grey, black) are dull, a few bright accents would work wonders. The rainy weather and the first-floor view on an office block, a car park and lots of bicycles weren’t helping either. Breakfast was good. There was a decent choice of hot breakfast, cereals, bread and fillings, juices and fresh fruit. The hotel staff was friendly and helpful. Prices were reasonable for the Netherlands.
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FromUS$84.00
4/510 Reviews
We reserved a suite for a weekend among friends at this hotel, which is conveniently located next to the railway station. Because the centre was within walking distance, we left our car in the free outside hotel parking during our stay. The suite was large enough to accommodate four adults. It comprised a living room, two bedrooms with a good-sized double bed, a toilet and a large bathroom with a shower, a hair dryer and basic complimentary toiletries. A squeegee would have come in handy. We weren’t overjoyed that the largest of the bedrooms opened into the living room, without door or curtain. Luckily the bedrooms were at opposite ends of the suite, allowing for privacy. The small bedroom had a second television set and a wardrobe in the hallway opposite the room. The blinds and curtains in the bedrooms were effective in keeping out the light and the sound-proofing was good. There seemed to be no trains at night, but we did hear the odd late-night reveller, as could be expected on a Saturday night. We had a kettle for tea and instant coffee and an empty little fridge. As the hotel bar closed at 10.30 p.m. and there appeared to be no plain water in the vending machine in the hallway, we should have thought about stocking up in town in the afternoon. A bottle of water would have been welcome. We found Suite 138 to be comfortable but not overly cosy. The predominant colours (brown, beige, grey, black) are dull, a few bright accents would work wonders. The rainy weather and the first-floor view on an office block, a car park and lots of bicycles weren’t helping either. Breakfast was good. There was a decent choice of hot breakfast, cereals, bread and fillings, juices and fresh fruit. The hotel staff was friendly and helpful. Prices were reasonable for the Netherlands.
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FromUS$84.00
4/510 Reviews
After many hours of driving, we enjoyed the rest in the spacious and clean bedroom. The staff was very responsive and welcoming. Because of a town celebration we could not find a way to drive to the Hotel. Eventually we drove through several blocked roads, passed through the no driving signs to reach its location. An E-Mail, with some instructions on how to reach the hotel, would have been appreciated. All in all, excellent location. Fair price. Delicious food.
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FromUS$113.00
4/510 Reviews
Very friendly staff in a recently renovated hotel, the interior looks great but they cut some corners I'm afraid. The room itself had 2 major faults, soundproofing of the walls/floor/ceiling/door was non-existent (had to lay a towel at the door to keep out the light from the hallway, also we could hear the neighbours and the swimming pool below) + the bed needs replacing (there was a plank onder my mattress to extend the life cycle). The pool area was very cold as was the water, they posted a sign that this is for the climate but feels more like a budget-thing. It's not enjoyable at this temperature, after a half hour swim I need the sauna to heat up and didn't break a sweat in there. Breakfast was OK, needs some better quality bread (to soft and not 'krokant') but the rest was fine. Overall this isn't a 4 star hotel, would recommend this for the view from the restaurant/the food at dinner and the friendly staff.
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FromUS$106.00
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