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Golden Tulip: Hotel Central: A view of the town square

Comfortable room, pleasant staff and good menu in the restaurant.

The one interesting thing is that at breakfast you are able to fry and cook your own eggs on a grill plate. It was quite a pleasant and relaxing visit.

The hotel has two entrances the main one at the rear of the building away from the square - and the restaurant and bar entrance off the town square. The market square entrance shuts when the restauarant closes.

The hotel's founder was Johan Rafemaker, who was the son of a hotel keeper. In 1905 he bought cite C1 on 's-Hertogenbosch's market square. Johan had two sons; one Jan took over the management of the Hotel Central and the other son, Anton, started the Oranje Hotel a second family venture.

(The crockery from the Oranje Hotel, was in use in the breakfast room)

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written January 17, 2010
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