Lodge Suite, nr. 6

The stylish suite (30 m²) is located on the 3rd floor, in the top of the building. The suite – with climate control via air conditioning – has a ceiling that features impressive historic beams. The interior is decorated using atmospheric African elements. Thus, the Lodge has become a perfect mix of past and present with a touch of ‘Out of Africa’. The windows of the Lodge are at the front of the hotel, where you’ll have a beautiful view over Leiden’s bustling inner city. If you stay at the Lodge, you’ll wake up at a high level with Leiden at your feet. 

Nassau Suite, nr. 8

The beautiful suite (30 m²) with a regal look is located on the ground floor, next to a small historic courtyard. The Nassau is named after Prince William of Orange, who led the Dutch resistance against the Spanish occupation during the Eighty Years’ War. On 3 October 1574 this resulted in the liberation of Leiden, locally known as Leidens Ontzet. The interior of the Nassau Suite is a feast for your eyes with its many authentic stucco details, the beautiful mantlepiece and impressive high ceilings. Past and present, style and hospitality go hand in hand here. And you can enjoy it to the fullest.

Lodewijk Suite, nr. 9

The Lodewijk is a special suite (30 m²). Not only because of the historical and monumental details, but also thanks to its two-storey layout. You enter on the ground floor where you’ll find the attractive bedroom with spacious box spring and an exclusive en-suite bathroom. The latter is designed in anthracite with silver-coloured accents. Via a private staircase you reach the upper floor where an intimate seating area has been created that offers direct access to the roof terrace. Here you can enjoy views of the old town and the tower of the Lodewijkskerk (St. Louis Church).