Lonely Planet describes this as a luxury boutique hotel. I think that may be more of a description of what this hotel would like to be, not what it actually is. Location is very good, but the hotel itself is not particularly special. What they've done is taken a couple of canal-side houses and cobbled them together in a somewhat strange way that doesn't quite work and filled the once beautiful rooms with IKEA-esque furniture and institutional carpeting.
Staff was nice and helpful and a breakfast had a wide variety of hot and cold choices.
All in all, our stay was perfectly fine, but not more.
Good location, helpful staff, decent staff.
- Also Known As:
- De Ark Hotel