The Golden Tulip Hotel Central offers 125 4 star rooms in the medieval city of Hertogenbosch. Located along the edge of the market square, the hotel is charmingly situated and makes for a wonderful exploration base for tourists to the Netherlands, and a scenic stay for those visiting for business. The Golden Tulip's Gothic 14th-century vaulted cellar, De Hoofdwacht, is one of its stand-out features and available as a event space. Despite the ancient surroundings, you can rest assured that the hotel isn't lacking in mod-cons. There's all the facilities needed for a successful stay, be it for business or pleasure.
There are 125 non-smoking rooms to choose from at the Golden Tulip Hotel Central, including five Executive Rooms, three Deluxe Rooms, two Junior Suites and one Duke Suite. Your 4 star room will come with free Wi-Fi access, air-conditioning, coffee and tea facilities, a minibar, safe, a flat screen TV (with a video-on-demand system) and radio. For something a little more lavish, the suites have Jacuzzis, and the Executive Rooms are designed for business guests.
The a la carte restaurant De Leeuwenborgh is a great stop for dinner, serving a mixture of traditional Dutch and French dishes, and there's also Brasserie Central, which has an incredible view of the market square. Business guests can book one of the 12, recently renovated, conference rooms, and guests can also hire out the Gothic vaulted cellar for special occasions. The 4 star accommodation gives its guests free access to high-speed Wi-Fi, use of the 7th-floor gym, and the option of using the hotel's shuttle service.
The Golden Tulip Hotel Central has an enviable location in the heart of the medieval market town Hertogenbosch. You can arrive by car - parking in De Tolbrug opposite the hotel - or by public transport - the train station is only a seven-minute walk away - before checking into your 4 star hotel room. Surrounding the Golden Tulip are many museums, bars and restaurants for guests to explore at their leisure, and there are also the beautiful, historic canals to be cruised.