Modern Rotterdam hotel with River Maas views

Thon Hotel Rotterdam, Netherlands

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Superior room with river view





Explore Rotterdam from a central city stay with river views

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A cool Rotterdam stay at a contemporary hotel on the banks of the Maas River, includes breakfast

  • The Netherlands’ second largest city of Rotterdam is the go-to place for experimental architecture, cutting-edge design, hipster-filled bars and clubs, fabulous shops, and a dynamic food and drink scene, so it’s easy to see the appeal of the laid-back Thon Hotel Rotterdam, not least for its prime setting right by the fabled Erasmus Bridge.

  • Finished to a high spec, guest rooms are sleek, minimalist, and modern; think calming color schemes with feature walls, wooden flooring, and on-trend soft furnishings. Complete with sweeping views of the Maas River, the well-appointed River View Superior rooms come with a double bed dressed with luxe linens for a restful slumber.

  • For discerning foodies, the buzzy Brasserie De Swaan is a contemporary space with gorgeous views of the Erasmus Bridge and the Maas River and a varied menu of fish and meat specialities made with seasonal, and locally sourced ingredients. A breakfast jam-packed with sweet and savory treats is also available every morning.


- Café Bar
- 24-hour reception
- Parking
- Wi-Fi

How to get there

Thon Hotel Rotterdam is around six miles from Rotterdam The Hague Airport and a 15-minute tram ride from Rotterdam Central Station so getting around will be a breeze.

Good to know

To enter the parking garage, guests first need to purchase a parking card at reception. Once this has been collected, guests will be permitted to drive into the parking garage.
Willemsplein 1, 3016 DN Rotterdam, Netherlands

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You'll be staying right in the heart of Rotterdam at Thon Hotel. Besides marveling at the spiky skyscrapers and contemporary architecture, must-dos including maxing out your credit card at the designer haunts on the Lijnbaan, exploring the four zones of the Museumpark Rotterdam, and working your way around the city’s diverse collection of museums (Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Netherlands Photo Museum, Maritime Museum, and the Kunsthal are all well worth a visit if you get the chance).

Further thrills include taking incredible photographs from Euromast Tower’s observation deck, spending time at Rotterdam Zoo, and booking a boat tour to see the Europort - the biggest port in Europe and one of the busiest in the world.

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