Hotel Milano

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

's-Gravendijkwal 7, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3021 EA, The Netherlands
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Satisfaction Terrible
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20%
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36%
9

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 31% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families18
  • Couples58
  • Solo57
  • Business25

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Forum Posts

Thank You Rotterdam!!

by Surjit

Hi all,
I know this is long overdue. I was in Rotterdam in June 2007 to write the biography of Indian flute maestro Hariprasad Chaurasia who teaches at the conservatory there. Consequently the book has a 27-page chapter on Holland/Rotterdam. The book was launched on his 70th birthday at Mumbai India on 1 July 2008 by India’s biggest movie star, Mr. Amitabh Bachchan. A photograph of the event is on my VT home page. Hariprasad Chaurasia has been made an OFFICIER in the Order of Oranje-Nassau by the Dutch Minister for Education and Culture on 12 November 2008. I believe it is a big honour. Can someone please tell me what this is all about?
I wish to say thank you to the beautiful and friendly people of Rotterdam who made my stay there very memorable. VT member ATLC went out of her way to show me around the city and drove me over the 3 bridges. There were some though – no names – who did not even respond to my mail, but that’s OK. Everyone these days is suspicious of people from so-called third world countries.
I hope to be back in Rotterdam someday. Loved the place!!
If any one of you is coming to my home town of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) please contact me. I will be more than happy to show you around the city.
Warmest regards to all you Rotterdamers
Surjit

Re: Thank You Rotterdam!!

by pieter_jan_v

Great news and go to see you had a great time with ATLC (she's our best Dutch member!).

The OFFICIER in the Order of Oranje-Nassau is an exclusive distinction that not many people receive.

PJ

Re: Thank You Rotterdam!!

by ATLC

Am delighted about your book and would love to receive a copy somehow.
The Award is always assigned by the Dutch Queen to someone with special achievements. So it is a royal award. Chaurasia received one of the higher orders, (Officer is higher than Knight _ridder_).

Travel Tips for Rotterdam

Mixed Feelings

by RoyJava

Whenever in Rotterdam my eyes are drawn to the other side of the river Meuse. I cannot help it and always get mixed feelings ...

Why? I donot really know. Maybe because I've seen the change of this small piece of Rotterdam, the Noordereiland.

It used to be an underdoggy place pushed into a darkling corner by artists, musicians and performers and I thought it would become a place of artistic Bohemians. Well, the Bohemians stayed, that is a fact although the atmosphere has gone with the wind ... The Noordereiland has been turned into a light modern place to live. No music out of trendy pubs. Still I love to come here for a walk and watch the famous Rptterdam skyline. Then the mixed feelings will blow away, too ... thanks!

Lights in the dark.

by IceBear7

Walking around at nighttime. It was wonderful seeing the city light up, with all the bridges, and skyscrapers, and watertaxis.

And I have to admit I like walking along Dutch streets - most of the houses don't have curtains and you can look inside, look at the furniture, look at the people, what they are doing, how they live...

the harbour tour with...

by acpons

the harbour tour with SPIDO
historical Delfshaven, where the Pilgrim Fathers sailed away
Euromast (Eurotower): terrible building, beautful view the new modern skyline
The Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in De Doelen (with Gergjev as chief conductor)
the many museums

Waterlife blvd

by Forze

During the summer months there is a beach at the Maas near Leuvehaven metro station. Waterlife blvd is a beach pavilion. A host of acts from Rotterdam, but also national stars, will perform on the outdoor stage. The stage acts and other activities will be held from Wednesdays to Sundays.

COMPACTION

by RubenE

By the nineteen-seventies, Rotterdam citizens grew increasingly critical of their city center. The center was too Spartan and impersonal, and planning concentrated excessively on main road improvements and the wholesale demolition of centrally located housing areas. A new wind started blowing in 1974 after the election of a different city administration. The chief doctrines of this new policy were to enliven and compact the city center by building small-scale, high-density housing, integrated with urban functions such as shops, restaurants and other business facilities. The city appointed young architects from other cities, such as the anarchistic Piet Blom, to put these aims into effect. The upshot of the city government’s aspiration to liven up the inner city was the ‘Miniature Volendam’ on the former Heliport Site, the dwellings with terraces overlooking the waterway of Delftsevaart and the Cube Houses built over the Blaak.

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