Very Good10 Reviews
0.29km from Goes Town HallWe 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.