5 unique accommodations in Leiden
Boutique Hotel De Oude Morsch
In a former barracks guard building, rubbing shoulders with the historic Morspoort city gate, you will find the welcoming boutique hotel De Oude Morsch. The hotel has 18 different rooms and faces a great city park overlooking a windmill and a pond. You will find restaurants and terraces around the corner, and the city center is just a five-minute walk away.
City Hotel Rembrandt
The historic building housing City Hotel Rembrandt is just a five-minute walk from the railway station. It is on the edge of the inner city, with a pleasant, large square with city fountain and terraces just around the corner. A top location amid attractions and museums, shops and night clubs. The rooms have a stylish, light-filled interior.
Fletcher Wellness Hotel Leiden
The Fletcher Wellness Hotel is right next to the railway station, just a ten-minute walk from the city center. After a day or evening in the bustling city, you can relax in the comfortable rooms or the hotel’s comprehensive wellness and sauna center. Enjoy the view of the city and the hotel’s surroundings from the restaurant on the twelfth floor.
B&B 3 Kastanjes
This small B&B that can accommodate three persons is situated in a quiet residential district on the edge of the historic inner city. Breakfast is served in the attractive living room or, if the weather is good, on the terrace near the bedroom. At the end of the picturesque street, you will see the city canal with the Hortus Botanicus and observatory across the water. The city center is a short distance away.
Oud Poelgeest Castle
In Oegstgeest, just outside Leiden, lies the historic Oud Poelgeest estate. Oud-Poelgeest Castle was built in 1640 and is surrounded by deciduous wooded grounds and a number of annexes. The hotel with à la carte restaurant is located in the authentic carriage house. While surrounded by greenery and trees, you are still near the bustling city, which can also be reached over water. From the dock behind the castle, you can directly sail from the estate into Leiden’s canals.