The lobby is large and resembles a museum with many antiques and paintings. There is plenty of seating in this cosy atmosphere and one of the main attractions is an original fireplace with Delft Blue tiles.
The exterior of the property resembles a chalet.
The bedrooms are all very different in size due to the history of the hotel but they are all in very good condition and some offer fantastic views. They range from small to medium and all bear the name of a famous Dutch person. Although a very traditional hotel, the bedrooms have recently been renovated and retain the traditional feel with modern, uptodate furniture and fittings.
This hotel is famous for its kitchen and numerous restaurants, however, the general restaurant is still authentic and traditional in design and serves a typical Dutch menu. Breakfast may be served in one of many restaurants all of which are traditional and maintain some original furnitures, decor and are very well maintained.