The Netherlands, but also the rest of the world is experiencing a crazy period of time at the moment. The COVID-19 virus is spreading all around the globe, with all the associated consequences. The Prime Minister of the Netherlands has announced that we, as a country, will not imply a lockdown. However, measures have been taken to prevent the virus from spreading all around the country. These measures do not include closing hotels and therefore we are happy to announce that we remain open! As the measures do include closing restaurants we have arranged breakfast and dining options for our guests. As we are a small-scale family hotel, we have the abilities to arrange self-made breakfast and diner as room service during your stay. Before your check-in date, you will receive a menu with a variety of options to experience high quality, luxury diner at the suite. Besides the room service, you can also arrange your own breakfast and diner as all apartments contain its own kitchen.
We are very happy to welcome you as a guest and if you have any questions or uncertainties, please feel free to contact us by email (email@example.com) or by calling to the following telephone number: + 31 23 54 27 804.
With kind regards,
Team Haarlem Hotel Suites
In the historic centre of Haarlem, we offer you an oasis of peace and comfort. Luxury private apartments with the exclusive services of a hotel. This way you not only enjoy a wonderful night's sleep, but we advise and support you with sincere and personal service to make your stay unforgettable.
We offer fourteen luxury suites and apartments. A variety of room types, which means we can offer you the ideal suite. Your suite is the perfect starting point to discover our wonderful city. Haarlem is rich in history, art and culture. The range of shops is versatile. You can walk in nature or on the beach. Have lunch on a terrace or dine in one of the many charming restaurants. Your visit is probably too short to discover it all, but we are at your disposal with advice to discover the real Haarlem.