The medium sized lobby is very grand with marble columns and black and white flooring as well as art deco style furniture. It also incorporates the informal cafe, where breakfast is served as well as light snacks.
The building itself has been partly built from the facades of 19th historic buildings, most of which date from the 17th century.
Many of the rooms are located in the restored 17th and 18th century part of the hotel with its original oak beams and rafters. They vary quite a lot in shape and size due to the age of the building, but are on average medium to large. They are decorated in typical Dutch style with dark wooden furniture, cosy armchairs and contrasting patterned fabrics and furnishings. Bathrooms are on the whole of medium size and modern.
The hotel has a Michelin restaurant called "Vermeer" which serves a la carte food in a very formal but relaxed surrounds. There is also a Dutch 'brown cafe' in typical local style, and an elegant cocktail lounge with original fire places. There is also the Hudson which serves food all day and is located in the lobby and where breakfast is served.