B&B Rotterdam

    105 Bed and Breakfasts in and around Rotterdam, South Holland, The Netherlands

    B&B Rotterdam

    Rotterdam is Europe's largest and busiest Port and the second-largest city in the Netherlands. This city, full of skyscrapers built after the bombings during the Second World War, is known as the Manhattan of the Maas River. B&B Rotterdam is ideal for a weekend getaway full of activities.

    The centre of Rotterdam, the best area to stay in

    The best area to book your B&B in Rotterdam is bang in the centre, between the Euromast tower, the old harbour and the central station. This is where you'll find all the city's most famous sights, such as the Cubic Houses, and your B&B owner can recommend the best restaurants and cafés, such as the unique Markthal covered market.

    South Rotterdam, the trendiest part of the city

    In the south of the city, on the other side of the river Nieuwe Maas, lie the trendy neighbourhoods of Kop van Zuid and Katendrecht, where you'll find the best views of the city skyline and the Erasmus Bridge. If you choose your Dutch B&B in this area, you'll be surrounded by hip restaurants - definitely the best spot for a getaway with friends!

    Leisure for everyone

    Did you know that Rotterdam has 3 football teams in the first division? So if you are a football lover, you can watch a match with Feyenoord, Sparta or Excelsior. Or maybe the famous Caribbean carnival is more your speed, and don't miss impressive fireworks at the end of the year. So book your Bed and Breakfast in Rotterdam now to enjoy events like these throughout the year!

    Port of Rotterdam

    During your trip to Rotterdam, the famous Port is a must-see. Rotterdam is the largest deep-water Port in Europe, handling more than 460 million tonnes of goods and raw materials every year and stretching over 40 km. Discover the technical achievements of the impressive and historic steamship SS Rotterdam. A visit to the largest cruise ship built in the Netherlands is highly recommended. Take a peek inside the engine room during a guided tour.

    Getting around Rotterdam

    Rotterdam is a sprawling city, so you'll need public transport to get around. You can take the tram, bus and metro simply using your debit card - no need to get a ticket! You can even take advantage of the bus boats on the Maas River. But if you want to explore the city more traditionally, ask the owner of your accommodation in Rotterdam, where you can rent a bike to discover the modern city on two wheels.

    How to get to Rotterdam

    Rotterdam has its own airport, which is very close to the city. You could also get to Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport and take the train to Rotterdam, as the journey is not very long. Many tourists choose to visit Rotterdam for a day or a couple of days during a stay in Amsterdam, and the train is usually the easiest way to get to a B&B Rotterdam.