Fletcher Hotel Naaldwijk, as seen from the outside, the front of the hotel
Hotel review,  Netherlands

Fletcher Hotel Naaldwijk Review of a Great Stay

We stayed at Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Carlton in January 2021. Since at that moment there was still a lockdown in place in the Netherlands, we had Fletcher hotel Naaldwijk almost to ourselves. We stayed two nights from the 29th to the 31st and loved our stay, despite limited facilities and everything being closed.

This is not a sponsored post, we stayed here at our own expense. So all opinions are, as always, our own.

The lobby of the hotel, Yuri sitting in a chair on the left of the picture. Paul is at the reception desk
The lobby of the hotel

Location of Fletcher Hotel Naaldwijk

The hotel is in an area called Westland. In the Midwest of the province of Zuid-Holland is the town of Naaldwijk. A town which is close to the beach.

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is 44 minutes driving, Rotterdam Airport is just 22 minutes away. The city of The Hague is 28 minutes, Rotterdam is 27 minutes and Delft is 25 minutes away by car.

Address of this hotel in the Fletcher group:

Tiendweg 20

2671 SB Naaldwijk

The Rooms

There are 80 rooms in total, divided into 5 different types of rooms. All rooms offer free Wi-Fi (which is available in the whole hotel), a sitting area, closet, a desk, telephone, hairdryer and television.

There’s a Standard Twin Room. It has two twin beds, coffee and tea facilities and a bathroom with bath/shower and toilet. Costs up from €32.78 per person per night.

Second they have an Executive Twin Room. The room has two twin beds, a Nespresso machine, water kettle and a bathroom with bath/shower and toilet. Costs up from €35.15 per person per night.

Third there are Deluxe Double Rooms with Bath. There’s a queen bed, coffee and tea facilities and a bathroom with bath/shower and toilet. The bath is a whirlpool and the room is larger than the other two twin rooms. Costs up from €44.65 per person per night.

They also have a Triple Room. This room offers 3 twin beds, coffee and tea facilities and a bathroom with a bath/shower and toilet. Costs up from €44.65 per person per night.

Triple Room, as seen from the entrance of the room, 3 twin beds in the left back, two against each other, two stiars in front of ut and a desk on the right
Triple Room

At last there’s a Family Room. The room has 4 twin beds and a bathroom with a bath/shower and toilet. Costs up from €51.78 per person per night.

Our Room

During our stay we had the Triple Room, which was large enough for our party of 3. We had a room on the fifth floor with a good view to the surroundings which was mostly urban or agricultural.

The Triple Room we had as seen from the entrance. It's dark outside.
Our Triple Room
Triple Room, seen from the inside, two from the 3 twin beds, the desk and part of the closet
Triple Room
The 3 twin beds in the room, two are against each other, the single twin bed is close to the window. It's dark outside
The 3 twin beds in the room
A seating area, two chairs against the wall with a small table in between
A seating area
Bathroom, with on the left a toilet in front the washing table. In the back the cv. On the right the bath
Bathroom

Good to Know

There’s a lot to do in the vicinity of the hotel. Parking is included in the room rate. Dogs are welcome for a fee of €15.00. There’s room service available and a 24-hour reception. Check-in is from 3pm and check-out is till 11am. You can opt for an early check-in and/or a lazy day. The hotel is 100% non-smoking.

View from our room, with part of the parking lot and some agricultural part
View from our room, with part of the parking lot

The Restaurant

Fletcher hotel Naaldwijk features restaurant Carlton, a bar and a garden with a terrace. At the time of our stay restaurants were closed, so we could only have breakfast, lunch and dinner in our room. Room service was also not allowed, you had to pick it up yourself at the restaurant.

The restaurant, when it was closed, so totally empty
The restaurant

The restaurant offers à la carte food, there’s a menu to choose from. On the menu you find classics such as a Fletcher burger and satay, but also a mushroom pie and surf & turf. For lunch there’s kroketten with bread, a twaalf-uurtje and goat cheese salad among more. Lunch is possible from 11am till 5pm and dinner from 5pm till 10pm. The bar is open from 11am till 11pm.

The bar, bar is on the right
The bar

What We Ate

The first evening we only had a main dish, the second evening we had a 2-course dinner in our room. You could choose between an entrée and a main or a main and a dessert. The first evening we all had the lasagna. The second evening Paul had mustard soup and entrecôte with pepper sauce. Yuri had salmon with bearnaise sauce and a dame blanche as dessert. I had a plate with bread and dips and the chicken satay.

Lasagna, two plates with it, served on a really large serving platter, placed on the bed
Lasagna
Mustard soup and bread with dips, served on a small serving plate. Mustard soup in a deep plate, served with a large crouton. On the right a wooden board with slices of bread and dips
Mustard soup and bread with dips
Satay, salmon and entrecote, served on white plates, served on a large serving plate on bed. With a bottle of chocolate milk and cutlery
Satay, salmon and entrecote
Dame Blanche, served in a glass cup, seen from the side.
Dame Blanche

We ordered a lunch package on the day we left, with all sorts of delicious items in it.

Lunch package, with croissants and buns, candy, condiments, bottles of juice, apples and cups of yogurt
Lunch package

The Breakfast

There’s a breakfast buffet from 7am till 11am. We however have no experience with it, since the restaurant was closed during our visit, due to the restrictions at that moment.

At that moment they provided bags with two buns, a croissant, a boiled egg, a cup of yogurt and condiments for the buns as breakfast. You picked these up at the restaurant in the morning and ate it in your room.

A breakfast package, with a croissant, two buns, condiments, a cup of yogurt, aboiled egg, placed on the bed and seen from above
A breakfast package

Other Facilities

There are six multifunctional conference rooms.

The hotel has a parking lot suited for 40 cars with an electrical hook-up for cars. The parking is free of charge.

Wake-up call is available. There’s a covered bike storage facility and an electrical hook-up for e-bikes.

They offer e-bike and e-chopper rental at the hotel. E-bikes are €25.00 per day per bike. E-choppers are €35.00 per 3 hours or €49.00 per day per chopper. The e-choppers have an action radius of 50 kilometers.

In the Area

There’s lots to do near the hotel. Several biking and hiking routes start at the hotel. These routes take you through beautiful villages and the nature in the area.

The beach is close by and you can pick any beach to visit from Hoek van Holland to Scheveningen. We visited the Vluchtenburg beach, which is 16 minutes driving.

The beach at Vluchtenburg, two people walking on it. Elements beach club on the left
The beach at Vluchtenburg
An almost empty beach, with one person walking on it
An almost empty beach
An empty beach, clouded sky above, the sea on the left, a small part of the dunes on the right
An empty beach

Historical Delft, Harbor city Rotterdam and Royal The Hague are 3 cities near by and which have lots to offer for visitors. All 3 are on our best cities in the Netherlands to visit list. Willemstad, Brielle and Fort de Roovere from our European Fortresses, Forts and Fortified Towns list.

Diergaarde Blijdorp, the Rotterdam Zoo, is 20 minutes by car. The world famous Keukenhof is an hour away, the equally famous windmills of Kinderdijk are 40 minutes driving away from the hotel.

Closer to the hotel you can go for a boat drive on the water, visit the Pluktuin (flower picking garden) or visit the Public Water Center The Keringhuis. Museum Prinsenhof in Delft is worth your time as well. Maasvlakte Rotterdam is a site to see, so are the Delta Works that start nearby.

Theme parks Drievliet, Duinrell and Madurodam are perfect to visit for families.

That’s All You Need to Know for a Visit to Fletcher Hotel Naaldwijk

Plenty of famous things to do near the hotel, so perfect for a Dutch road trip. It wasn’t our only stay at a Fletcher hotel, see Fletcher Badhotel Callantsoog.

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