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Located in a former monastery, the Golden Tulip De Reiskoffer offers 4 star accommodation in Bosschenhoofd. Spread across two buildings, it is set in a small town, surrounded by leafy woodland, and is a perfect weekend break destination for both Dutch and international visitors. There are 56 guestrooms and one of the two restaurants is set in the old chapel, and despite the building's old, historic exterior, you'll find thoroughly modern amenities such as Wi-Fi, a Jacuzzi and a wellness centre.

The 56 4 star rooms at the Golden Tulip De Reiskoffer come with twin beds, large balconies or terraces, a desk for business travellers and free Wi-Fi access. There are TVs, telephones, safes, and minibars, too. Guests can request single or double use of the rooms, and families may have up to two extra beds added to the rooms for their children.

Ideal for a business retreat, there are 12 boardrooms at the Golden Tulip De Reiskoffer, the largest of which holds up to 150 people. For those with more leisurely intensions, guests of the 4 star accommodation can make use of the hotel's sauna, Jacuzzi, and Turkish bath, and there are also outdoor tennis courts. The unique restaurant is located in the original chapel of the old monastery, which makes for a really atmospheric dining experience.

Located in a small town surrounded by beautiful forests, the Golden Tulip De Reiskoffer can benefit from its seclusion while offering guests easy access to and from cities like Rotterdam, Antwerp, Roosendaal and Breda. Reachable by taking the A58 and A17 motorways, there are lots of free parking spaces at the 4 star accommodation, which makes the hotel as convenient as it is quiet and tranquil.

Our customers' reviews of hotel Golden Tulip Hotel De Reiskoffer

TripAdvisor note 4.0/5 based on 126 reviews
jean1943 26 June 2017 Trip type Friends getaway
« group weekend stay »

Nice cozy hotel with all need for a short stay if you are not aiming for a full wellness arrangement. Situated in a green area the rooms are very calm. Very interesting for groups as plenty of parking space is available close to the buildings.Our group was allocated rooms in the annex on second floor which sufferd of extreme heat as they miss airconditioning, Note the outside temp. was above 30deg. A large fan in the room brought some relief. Personnel was very friendly and helpfull.We were surprised in a possitive way by the size of the rooms. Bath and rooms were very clean, a great plus for the hotel. If you stay with two, bath and toilet are separated, a considerable advantage over other hotels of the same level. All in all the hotel made a very good impression on us.

Evan R
Evan R 15 May 2017 Trip type Business
« Great room, beautiful reception building and hotel »

A beautiful gem in the Netherlands! Fantastic service, huge rooms and the central building, a chapel, has a beautiful ambience. I stayed a short 2 nights but had a wonder visit and would most definitely recommend. The service was outstanding and the overall feel of the hotel is comforting, welcoming and professional. There free wifi is excellent, and is without those annoying log on details and passwords. The food was excellent and again the ambiance of the restaurant and bar area was superb.

miroslavmoc 25 April 2017 Trip type Business
« One of the best accomodation »

The hotel is very nice and in very nice place. I have been there for a business trip and the staying was excellent. Miss receptionist was very polite, willing and kind. The rooms at hotel are very comfortable.

Touche_Guy 10 April 2017 Trip type Couples
« A good place to relax... or to work »

We had a very nice stay at De Reiskoffer: the room was spacious, with a small balcony with view on a green area, the bed was comfy, good mattress, we had a bath and everything was fresh and clean. We particularly liked the kindness of the receptionists Karen and Mandy who gave us good tips for walks and eats and who made all romantic guests (like us) happy with photos taken at the Valentine booth. There is also a restaurant with reasonable prices. The hotel is big, with sauna facilities and many meeting rooms. The breakfast is served in an interesting old chapel, what made us think the whole place may have been an abbey of some sort. We do recommend just for a short stay or even to go there with the family. There are good walks in the surroundings and Breda International Airport is nearby (but not very busy).