Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Den Bosch, Sense Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Sense Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Den Bosch.
Sense Hotel features a concierge, baggage storage, and executive lounge access. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Den Bosch. For guests with a vehicle, there is paid public parking available nearby.
Close to some of Den Bosch's most popular landmarks, such as Het Zwanenbroedershuis (0.1 mi) and Het Bossche Kwartier (0.4 mi), Sense Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While in Den Bosch be sure to experience local tapas favourites at Dit, Restaurant Picasso, or FF Swanjee.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular history museums, such as Noordbrabants Museum and Groot Tuighuis.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Sense Hotel is sure to make your visit to Den Bosch one worth remembering.
If you have a car this is not the place to stay. Parking is NOT nearby. The hotel was lovely. Staff was gracious. Price was fair. Breakfast was simple and adequate. Dinners too nouveau for me but that is just one person's opinion
after staying in a poor chain hotel on the edge of town I changed my remaining booking to Sense. I was soo pleased with the room, views, location and lovely welcoming staff. Thank you, I hope to stay again
The owner was very polite and helpful upon our arrival offering hot drinks and giving us a run down of places to visit. The breakfast buffet was excellent !, cold meats cheese, bacon, boiled eggs , scrambled eggs amazing fresh warm bread which you cut yourself to suit. Also croissants, yoghurt, fresh raspberries, blackberries, muesli, fresh orange juice and coffee and tea which are served at the table on your arrival....very enjoyable !!!! Our only let down was the size of the attic rooms with the sloping roof. The room and the bathroom were spotless and nicely decorated, we would definitley stay here again, but not in the attic.
This is a small, modern, hotel run by a very friendly and helpful couple. It is stylish and contemporary in appearance. Our room on the top floor was clean and fresh. The weather was very hot so could have done with air conditioning, but the efficient fan, coupled with opening the windows provided some respite. The breakfasts were good. The hotel location is very convenient for the Markt, St. Johns Cathedral and museums. Free bus service to the station. Den Bosch is an interesting town - the home of the eponymous painter, with stylish shops and lots of very good eateries.
This is a charming hotel, modern in furnishing, but not painfully over stylish or trying to hard. Very warm welcome, about 10-12 minutes walk from the station but there is a free bus from outside the hotel. Suites are large with a kitchen corner in some cases, but not always with outside windows. good breakfast and an overall feeling of being in more of a very professional and stylish B&B than a hotel - thanks to the personal attention. I would definitely stay here again.
We stayed for one night in March while visiting the Bosch exhibition. On first impression the hotel looks and is very smart, it was well decorated and maintained to a high standard. Looking at the other reviews I'm certainly in the minority, my rating of poor only comes from our sleep quality. We had an attic room and it was unbearably hot, there was a fan in the room but unfortunately it did nothing for us. If I were to rate the hotel on everything but my sleep I'd put excellent. If they had a room with AC I would certainly stay again, but on a hot day I wouldn't stay in the attic for free, but it seems I'm in the 1%.
A senior couple, we stayed two nights in this delightful hotel when we visited the town earlier this month to see the Hieronymus Bosch exhibition in the Noordbrabants museum. We chose it as a result of reading other TripAdvisor reviews and were not disappointed. We were welcomed by Franz the manager on arrival and given tea and a guide to the town. He even brought fresh milk to our room in time for our early morning tea ( kettle, teas and mugs provided). Our room (one of only six) was a spacious family room with a good-sized bathroom looking out to the Cathedral. Breakfast was ample with fresh fruit and berries, a selection of cereals, still warm bread, croissants, ham, cheeses, pastries, organic jams and excellent coffee, served by charming and helpful staff. On our departure we were given small local cakes for the journey and also met the owner of the hotel who had every right to feel proud of his well-run and comfortable hotel.…
We stayed in the Erasmus Suite for two nights. It is a spacious, comfortable, 2-room arrangement with a kitchen unit in the living room, including fridge and dishwasher. The bathroom has a tub and large, walk-in shower and a sauna. There is an extractor fan in the bathroom that also serves the kitchen. The bedroom has no window, so you need to keep the door to the living room open for fresh air. This was fine during April, but I would hesitate to stay in this suite on a hot summers night..Other rooms/suits might not have this problem. Check. The Arts Centre, with a permanent exhibition of replicas of all of Bosch's surviving works, is right next door. The Noord Brabants museum, showing many originals until early summer 2016, is a pleasant 10 minute walk, as are the restaurant and the design districts. The stop for the free shuttle bus to the station is just across the road. The hotel serves an excellent breakfast, but not other meals. We ate very well locally (see reviews). Do not miss the boat tour of the city canal system, threading its way under the ancient houses, including the town hall. Staff at Stadtshotel Jeroen are all very friendly and helpful. It's a perfect place to stay.…
We stayed here for 2 nights in the Erasmus suite, it was very comfortable and spacious. The bathroom was beautiful and even had a sauna. The staff were charming and helpful particularly Astrid. The breakfast was excellent and the location was perfect. There are good local restaurants close by for evening meals but the area is full of charming little streets with all kinds of cafes and restaurants.
From the time we got there till the time we left the hotel staff could not do enough for you, they were superb. The breakfast was excellent, cold cuts, cheese, eggs how you want them, fresh fruit, breads, great coffee etc. Our room (suite) was great. It was extremely large for Europe The king bed was comfortable. The leather chairs, fireplace (did not use), flat screen tv, free wifi, closets added greatly to the comfort of the room. The bathroom is another story. It was the size of a small room, tub, walk in shower double sink, robes and slippers great towels. This room was so clean you could almost eat off the floor. I can't say enough good things about this hotel. It was nearly perfect the reason being they have special keys which took me a while to get used to. A great place to stay. The hotel was walking distance to all the sights I wanted to see. The reason for this trip was the exhibition of H . Bosch's paintings and sketches that were brought in from around the world to celebrate his 500th birthday. The museum had the originals and the Bosch Art Center, which was attached to the hotel had all reproductions and was excellent as there was no crowds. Both exhibits are not to be missed. The town square is great on the weekends. The church was very impressive. Because it was to cold the canal tour of some Bosch sculptures was not running. The town square was to have a nite show of Bosch's works but there was a collapse of a house that was next door to where Bosch lived so it was cancelled for a couple of weeks, I did not get to see that. All the restaurants that we ate in were very good. Den Bosch is a wonderful small town to visit…