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Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Leidschendam-Den Haag


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  • Douglas Meyer

    This has now been my second or third stay at this hotel and it's been superb every single time. It's not a large hotel with a plethora of amenities like a pool and whatnot, but that isn't always what you seek. This hotel is wonderful if you're looking for a place to do business, or simply enjoy each other's company in peace and quiet. As the name implies they do have a restaurant, and while I can't comment on the food itself, the restaurant is dressed wonderfully and the staff at the bar have been really friendly. There's seating outside that looks over the water, which in the summer time with drinks is an absolute delight. It really gives off a luxury vacation vibe, without having to travel that far or spend that much. In the foyer there's a handful of comfy chairs where one could read the paper, relax, and there are even some board games available to use in that area. The rooms are roomy, cozy, and well kept. There is a slight buy-up for a room with a balcony, which I would say is worth it if you're the type who likes to eat their breakfast outside, or have a glass of wine and watch the sun go down. Otherwise, both rooms also come equipped with a comfortable lounge area by the window comprising of a table, two chairs and two ottomans. My only complaint is that the balcony and it's furniture was dirty, which is a stark departure from the room itself. It could just be that I got unlucky. The bed is what you expect from a hotel bed, very comfortable, and there are extra pillows in the closet in case you need them. The closet also houses an healthy amount of hangers and shelving, as well as a safe. TV worked without a hitch and had array of channels, which is quite hit or miss nowadays I find in other hotels. While the room does /not/ come equipped with a fridge, there is your standard water kettle and small collection of instant coffee and tea bags. Lastly, the bathroom spotless, reasonably spacious, very well lit. It comes with all you expect from a good hotel room - large countertop and corner to corner mirror as well as a make-up mirror, an outlet for shavers, and of course a shower and bath. Water pressure out of the shower was great but not powerful as some people may like it. It will not give you a message but will certainly get the job done in creating that relaxing shower vibe, and making you all refreshed to tackle the day, or in fact wind down for the day. Outside of the building there's a shopping area (soon to be the biggest mall in the Netherlands, but for now just a regular shopping street), a handful of supermarkets, a McDonalds, and a tram stop that will be able to take you straight into the center of the Hague with reasonable speed and frequency. All in all, if you're looking for a great place to relax and lay your head, in a classy and comfortable enviroment close to the Hague, I can certainly recommend this hotel.

    2 months ago
  • Savy Ou

    Great service! I needed to change the date of my reservation due to an unexpected incident at the last minute and they were very accomodating to do so without any problems. Thank you, fletcher!

    2 months ago
  • Robert Cheh

    Good hotel, friendly staffs and goo restaurant

    a week ago

    Rooms are good cooling is also good nice environment nice ambience

    3 months ago
  • S. Roxana

    Well..I almost had a shock. I was expecting a 4star hotel. I must say that this is clearly not a 4 star hotel. I would give it 2 stars max. Old furniture with destroyed parts of bed, sheets and other pieces of furniture. No coffee maker, there was mold on walls. The parking was free of charge but since there are not many parking places they advise you to park on the supermarket park place which is close . Breakfast was decent .

    8 months ago