Hampshire Hotel Fitland Leiden is situated adjacent to Leiden Central Station on the 10th, 11th and 12th floor of the state-of-the-art Level building, iconic due to its exceptional layered architecture. Schiphol is easily accessible by train in 15 minutes, The Hague in 15 minutes and Amsterdam in 25 minutes. The hotel has 120 comfortable hotel rooms, suites and apartments (4-star level) at its disposal, as well as two restaurants, a sports centre and a wellness resort.
The hotel has a magnificent view over the city and -when weather permits- over the dunes and the North Sea. The rooms are modern and have an original layout. Above the headboard of the bed, a big printed black and white photo of Leiden dominates the room. Behind that is the walk-in bathroom. There is a flatscreen TV by the footboard of the box-spring bed. This layout ensures that guests have a splendid view over the surrounding area through the windows. The rooms of the Hampshire Hotel - Fitland Leiden are equipped with television, telephone, climate control, desk, seats, strongbox and a bathroom with shower, toilet and hairdryer.
The trendy restaurant the Second Level on the second floor serves a fresh breakfast buffet every morning. It has a spacious layout and the menu consists of exceptional and familiar, colourful and trendy dishes for a fixed price. The open kitchens of the restaurant are regularly used for cooking workshops.
The Top Level à-la-carte restaurant is on the 12th and highest floor of this building and has a stunning view. Top Level is quite an experience. The restaurant has an extensive menu which varies with the seasons.
Hotel guests have the option to use the fitness centre near the hotel. The Wellness resort on the 11th floor has a sauna and an indoor swimming pool with a panoramic view over the city, an infrared sauna and a Finnish sauna. There is also a whirlpool, a herbal bath, a steam room and various relaxation rooms.
This location is also very suitable for business purposes such as meetings, networking events and business parties. Hampshire Hotel Fitland has six meeting rooms with space from eight up to a maximum of 100 people. These rooms are equipped with natural daylight, climate control, wireless internet and all modern audio-visual equipment.
Below Level Leiden, there is a paid car park.
Charm and personal attention
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Between the two main Leiden shopping streets
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A magnificent view over the city
City Resort Hotel has a magnificent view over the city
Business guests, groups, meetings and families.
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A wide diversity in hotel rooms
The Golden Tulip (4-star hotel) and Tulip Inn Leiden (3-star hotel) are situated in a modern building situated between the city centre of Leiden and the Bio Science Park, about 100 m from Leiden Central Station and close to the A44 motorway to Amsterdam and The Hague. The city centre of Leiden with its historical buildings, museums, cheerful sidewalk cafés and intimate restaurants lies within walking distance. In 2014 the rooms, meeting rooms and restaurant were completely renovated.
Tripadvisor winner in 2015
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Very tasteful, listed conference hotel
Landgoed Oud-Poelgeest is like a luscious still-life where many famous people have gained their inspiration to continue their life’s works and make them known to the public. Herman Boerhaave, Jan Wolkers and other well-known individuals have reached their inner selves here at Kasteel Oud-Poelgeest and gained their inspiration from all the splendour present at the estate.
Family hotel with spacious rooms
Family hotel with spacious rooms overlooking the water of the Oude Vest, one of the widest canals in Leiden, with historic facades. Right in the heart of Leiden city centre.
Right in the middle of the characteristic city centre
This pleasant hotel is situated at one of the most beautiful canals in all of Europe, Rapenburg, and it is right in the middle of the characteristic city centre of Leiden.
Luxurious villa in the city centre
Formerly the residence of the sexton of the monumental Pieterskerk Leiden, now a beautiful townhouse for a short stay in the heart of Leiden. After a thorough restoration, classic and design go hand in hand.
Table and wineglasses
The blue stone in the middle of the Breestraat marks the centre of the city. In medieval it was the place where courts of law were held and sentences carried out.
Several Pilgrims were married in the City Hall, amongst them William Bradford and Dorothy May.
When the Pilgrims left Leiden in 1620 they passed under the Vlietbrug on their way to Delfshaven.
Across the street from the Pieterskerk, the grand entrance to the Jean Pesijns Almshouse stands since 1683 where John Robinson’s house had been. A memorial stone is in the wall to the right of the entry.
Somewhere in a close on the Langebrug, Pilgrim James Chilton lived with his family.
In Pilgrim times, Rembrandt studied here.
Located in a beautifully preserved house built ca 1365-1370, the Leiden American Pilgrim museum tells the stories of the founders of New England, the Pilgrims.
Leiden's Mennonite community built the Lokhorstkerk in 1613-38 behind existing houses and expanded it in 1648.
With only 60 minutes on the clock and many difficult puzzles and riddles, the Mayflower Escaperoom is an exciting challenge for families, friends and colleagues.
Museum De Lakenhal presents an exhibition which sheds light on this remarkable journey, from their home country England, via the city of Leiden where they were in voluntary exile for 11 years, to the world of the Native Americans they entered and the colony they founded. In the exhibition, questions are highlighted, offering a range of historical and contemporary perspectives.
The Pieterskerk has been a central monument in Leiden since the twelfth century. With almost 900 years worth of history, the Pieterskerk has been an important meeting place in Dutch history.
Before the Reformation this church was a stop for pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela.
Although most Pilgrims who died in Leiden were buried in or around the Pieterskerk, a few were buried in the Hooglandsekerk, including a child of William Brewster’s, who died in June, 1609, shortly after the Pilgrims arrived in Leiden.
An artificial hill, a motte, constructed around 1000 AD. A circular castle from the middle of the twelfth century stands on the top.
The University was founded in 1575 and is the oldest university in the Netherlands. John Robinson took part in heated theological debates.
Not only were all wares coming to market brought here to be weighed, the landing in front of the Weigh House was the terminus of regular boat service to Leiden from Haarlem and Amsterdam. Here is where the Pilgrims first set foot on Leiden’s land.
When the hospital was still standing, Myles Standish, an English soldier who later joined the Pilgrims, was nursed here.
William Brewster lived and worked in an area of Leiden near Pieterskerk. Today the street where he lived is called William Brewstersteeg.
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