Set in the heart of the vibrant city centre, alive with cafes, restaurant and cultural events, Hilton Rotterdam is the ideal place to stay and relax while visiting Rotterdam. The hotel is also situated within walking distance of the Rotterdam Central Station, and between the entertainment, business and shopping district.
Choose among the 254 rooms and suites, all of which exude timeless décor, authentic Dutch ambience and home-style warmth. Large windows offer breathtaking city views and the room features an innovative in-room entertainment system with LCD TV and MP3 player. Guests staying in an Executive Room or Suite have access to the exclusive Executive Lounge, where complimentary breakfast, afternoon snacks and all day drinks are served.
Maintain your healthy lifestyle at the hotel's exercise room with weights and cardiovascular equipment. Rent a bike and receive special bike maps to experience Rotterdam. Discover Rotterdam's stunning architecture, green spots and history the local way.
A gem among hotels in Rotterdam, Hilton Rotterdam is home to the Michelin-starred French restaurant Joelia by Mario Ridder. Dining options also include the brand new JAQ eatery and a cocktail bar with DJ. Other highlights include a gym, business center, 6 meeting rooms and a ballroom for 325 attendees.
Hilton Rotterdam is the prime choice for intimate board meetings, large conferences and stunning social events alike. Utilize over 3,200 square meters of versatile function space, including 5 multi-functional meeting rooms and 2 large boardrooms, which are all conveniently located on the 1st floor. For product launches choose the open and inviting Upper Lobby or host a lavish celebration for up to 350 guests in the Le Jardin Ballroom. For a more stylish venue with an exclusive feel for your social event the hotel also offers sophisticated private dining venues, such as the Michelin Star Restaurant 'Joelia by Mario Ridder', stylish Cocktail bar 'HUGH' or our rising star Roots Restaurant.
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This page was last updated: 31 July 2020