The Moevenpick is a business-oriented hotel, located just off of the A2 near s-Hertogenbosch / Vucht in central Netherlands. It is part of a modern office park, which says a lot about the hotel: there are ornamental lakes and sculptures, modern glass and metal offices, and few people outside of 9-5. The hotel is located near the edge of the park by the highway: it is comfortable and sterile, with competent meals and efficient service, but little else to commend it to a traveler.***
I stayed at the hotel in conjunction with a week-long language immersion at the nearby Regina Coeli Taleninstituut (definately the place to go if you need to learn Dutch!). As such, i was only there overnight from 9 pm to 8 am, so impressions are necessarily limited.***
There is a gated parking area: passage in and out is handled through validated coupons at the desk. The ground floor has meeting rooms and a restaurant, the guest rooms are upstairs and are reached via an elevator or steps. Check-in was efficient and friendly, and instructions for my course were waiting and I was directed to the meeting without delay.***
The breakfasts are the high point: there is a full buffet with cereals, English breakfast foods, fruit, chease and meat, breads, and fruits that starts from 6:30. There are no 'cook to order' services. Coffee is carried around by a single waitress, so it can be a bit hard to get a refill: the tables outside are nice if the weather is good, and you can sit at the bar if you want to spread out. The hotel has a 'spa' on the top level, but no pool or fitness facilities otherwise.***
The rooms are scandanavian spartan: blond wood and white linens, a TV that has a good variety of movies and Dutch / German / UK / US programs, and a safe. There is, curiously, a USB connection to what seems to be a dial-up modem available as a free internet connection; the front desk gives you a full page of instructions for using it if you ask...otherwise you might never know it's there or what it is. There is also wireless in-room access for about 12 euro per day through Swisscom. I didn't think the bed was uncomfortable, but there was significant traffic noise from the nearby highway. The bathroom has a tub and hand shower, good hot water, moderate pressure. Curiously, again, it has a bidet and piped in sound from the TV. There is nightly turndown service unless you ask not to have it.. The minibar is outrageously expensive.***
Overall, it worked as a place to sleep and to study: the hotel is run efficiently and unobtrusively, and the breakfasts were generous. Still, it's somewhat forgettable and located in a sterile area: you will need a car to get to anything worth seeing or doing in the area (20 euro cab fare to nearby Vucht, for example).
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