Hotel Nimma, Nijmegen
Hotel Nimma, Nijmegen
Hotel Nimma, Nijmegen
Hotel Nimma, Nijmegen
Hotel Nimma, Nijmegen
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Hotel Nimma

Nijmegen

Review

Tripadvisor
Dari 163 review
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T8367RDjm
11 Mei 2021
Easy to find hotel with a nice industrial environment. Room was small, but ok and relatively clean. Most important: comfortable beds. We had to ask for handwashing soap, but I guess that can happen. It's an absolute loss you can not hang your clothes anywhere. No wardrobe and barely any hangers. To me sounds like an easy to fix shortcoming. Staff is quite young and not hospitable. A lot of the time there is no one at the reception to help or answer your questions. I am a huge fan of having an indulging healthy breakfast, but none of that was happening here in the morning. Poor breakfast and bad coffee. I do think during non-covid times the atmosphere might be nice and cosy here.
101myrthe
29 Mei 2021 - Pasangan
Lately we went to hotel Nimma. The service in the hotel was fine, as well as the comfort room that we had hooked. However, the hotel is located in the industry of Nijmegen and surrounded by busy roads. During the night we were not able to sleep due to the sound of traffic and a group of motorcycles who were racing around the hotel till deep in the night. As well we were not able to change the temperature of the airconditioning in the room. During the night the temperature in the room was 22,5 degrees Celsius, but we were not really able to open the windows because of the noise outside. After a bad night of sleep the breakfast was disappointing even though we did not have high expectations at all because of the low price. There were no croissants, juices and yoghurt left at 9 o’clock. After asking some of it got a refill, but definitely not all. It was nice that hotel guests were able to take a bag with lunch without extra charge. We will not go to this hotel again however.
OliverDeGuzman
16 Mei 2021 - Pasangan
This is not a 3 star hotel. The front desk is not 24 hours open. After 20.00 ypu have to walk around to enter the building and walk up the stairs as the frontside is fully closed. The family room is poor with bad view. There is no coffee bar in the kitchen. There are no glasses and the coffee mugs are dirty. In the bathroom you only get cold water from the sink. From the 5 nights we bookes we stayed only 2. We checked out after 2 nights and vot refund. But for a 3 star not worth to book it!
835leander
26 Mei 2021
After seeing the reviews on Tripadvisor and other websites, this hotel seemed like a great fit. However, the marketing team seems to have done a great job covering up this hotel's numerous flaws. First of all, the location. Obviously, this is not a prime location. That is to be expected and obviously that is factored in to the price. However, with views that vary between the local drug dealers on the nearby parking lot, to an abandoned factory and dreary looking, rundown office buildings, this was really something else. Secondly, the hotel doesn't have a 24/7 front desk. If this is a covid thing I could give them a pass, however in the multitude of flyers and other reviews I could find of Hotel Nimma, this seems to be the norm. Again, this is not an expensive hotel however for this price and 3 stars you should really be able to expect at least *someone* to be at the hotel during the night. In fact, in all documentation it's stated that the night shift ends at 10 PM however as early as 8 PM (right after dinner) we already found the door locked - you cannot enter the lobby anymore after this time and you have to use the side entrance. So, no type of service and the only possible help provided is an "emergency number". Now for our actual stay. Things did not start smooth from check-in. The room we were assigned already had people in it. These people were (justifiably) started and we were quite flabbergasted as to what the problem was. So back down to the FD we went and we were assigned a different room. Fine, whatever, mistakes happen. Now the room itself was minimal but, neat. The bed linnen was obviously not freshly washed as there were still some hairs on the pillowcases. The shower head did not fit into the holder meaning we had to hold the shower head at all times while in the shower. Finally, one of the chairs in the room broke the moment my girlfriend (who is 60 kg at most) sat in it. The rest of the room is, as I said, quite minimal. No water cooker, no coffee machine, no hairdryer or anything like that. No safe (rentable), no closet or anything. Overal, a very bare room. Again, this is not an expensive hotel but every single 3* hotel I have ever stayed in in my life has had these *very* basic ammenities. The combination of having no minibar, no water cooker or anything AND not having any front desk after 8 PM means that, if you want anything to drink in the evening, you're basically screwed unless you want to drive to a nearby McDonald's or something. So, the check-in wasn't great, the room wasn't great, what about the night? The walls are pretty thin, so you can hear everyone walking by. Thankfully, we seemed to be in luck and had pretty chill people around us, but from reading some other reviews, if anyone is doing *anything* in a room next to you, you're going to be up all night. Whenever anyone closes their room door (which were more akin to prison doors, in weight) the walls will shake. If anyone opens their door and doesn't absolutely SLAM it shut, an alarm will go off. This happened all through the day, thankfully not during the night. Now for the coupe de grace. The cherry on this cake. The breakfast. The breakfast in this place is absolutely abysmal. Obviously, 7,50 is not that expensive (10 euro if you buy it in the morning) but man this was by far the saddest breakfast buffet I have ever seen. A bunch of (individually plastic wrapped) buns, some wasa crackers and some ancient crossaints, possibly the dryest croissaints in existence. A very minor selection of cold cuts (again, individually wrapped in plastic), tasteless cream cheese and jam. That's it! For coffee, you can get some absolutely revolting instant coffee from the machine and for tea you have only one option! You may be able to get more types of tea from the front desk but we couldn't find anyone there, so we were out of luck again, I suppose. Finally, the final straw for us: we found out that the bread rolls were actually a full **week** out of date! Of course, we found this out after eating a few. Obviously, we went down to the FD and complained about this and thankfully, they comped us back our breakfast. Of course, this wasn't after waiting for about 15 minutes for someone to appear, not before some managerial type woman to appear from the back office, look at us sheepishly, greet us and move on. While we were talking to the FD receptionist about the out of date bread, she returned to rudely interrupt us and talk about something unreleated to the FD receptionist. Now as a closing note, I do want to state we did enjoy our stay here. However, not thanks to the hotel, but entirely in spite of the hotel. The staff was nice and the only reason I was tempted to give this hotel 2 stars, however the problems with this hotel obviously lie with the management/ownership who run an understaffed hotel and borderline illegal cost cutting practices. I will not be staying here again and I'd advise everyone else to do the same. For the same price you can get a room in a much better hotel where you don't have to gamble with your gut whether or not the breakfast will give you food poisoning.
bioj2021
04 Mei 2021 - Pasangan
Relatively affordable with nice, clean and spacious rooms. The staff was very kind and were willing to adjust some things for our disabled dog. Elevator was kind of weird but the soap was good. Enough amenities and good bedding.
Lokasi
Weurtseweg 478, Nijmegen, NL
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Tentang Akomodasi

Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
15:00-22:00
Waktu check-out:
11:00
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FAQ
Di mana alamat Hotel Nimma?
Hotel Nimma beralamat di Weurtseweg 478, Nijmegen, NL
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Hotel Nimma?
Waktu untuk check-in di Hotel Nimma adalah mulai dari pukul 15:00-22:00 dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 11:00
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Hotel Nimma?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Lift
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Lift
Fasilitas Rapat
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Fasilitas barbekyu
Taman
TV di area umum
Arena game center
Fasilitas Umum
Teras
Lift
Properti bebas-rokok
Restoran
Surat kabar gratis di lobi
Layanan Hotel
Brankas di resepsionis
Penitipan bagasi
Layanan concierge
Meja depan (buka jam tertentu)
 

Review

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4.0
Dari 163 review
Kebersihan
4.5
Kamar
4.0
Lokasi
3.5
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
4.0
Pasangan
68
Keluarga
28
Wisata sendiri
9
Berlibur dengan teman
27
Bisnis
18
T8367RDjm
11 Mei 2021 -
Easy to find hotel with a nice industrial environment. Room was small, but ok and relatively clean. Most important: comfortable beds. We had to ask for handwashing soap, but I guess that can happen. It's an absolute loss you can not hang your clothes anywhere. No wardrobe and barely any hangers. To me sounds like an easy to fix shortcoming. Staff is quite young and not hospitable. A lot of the time there is no one at the reception to help or answer your questions. I am a huge fan of having an indulging healthy breakfast, but none of that was happening here in the morning. Poor breakfast and bad coffee. I do think during non-covid times the atmosphere might be nice and cosy here.
101myrthe
29 Mei 2021 - Pasangan
Lately we went to hotel Nimma. The service in the hotel was fine, as well as the comfort room that we had hooked. However, the hotel is located in the industry of Nijmegen and surrounded by busy roads. During the night we were not able to sleep due to the sound of traffic and a group of motorcycles who were racing around the hotel till deep in the night. As well we were not able to change the temperature of the airconditioning in the room. During the night the temperature in the room was 22,5 degrees Celsius, but we were not really able to open the windows because of the noise outside. After a bad night of sleep the breakfast was disappointing even though we did not have high expectations at all because of the low price. There were no croissants, juices and yoghurt left at 9 o’clock. After asking some of it got a refill, but definitely not all. It was nice that hotel guests were able to take a bag with lunch without extra charge. We will not go to this hotel again however.
OliverDeGuzman
16 Mei 2021 - Pasangan
This is not a 3 star hotel. The front desk is not 24 hours open. After 20.00 ypu have to walk around to enter the building and walk up the stairs as the frontside is fully closed. The family room is poor with bad view. There is no coffee bar in the kitchen. There are no glasses and the coffee mugs are dirty. In the bathroom you only get cold water from the sink. From the 5 nights we bookes we stayed only 2. We checked out after 2 nights and vot refund. But for a 3 star not worth to book it!
835leander
26 Mei 2021 -
After seeing the reviews on Tripadvisor and other websites, this hotel seemed like a great fit. However, the marketing team seems to have done a great job covering up this hotel's numerous flaws. First of all, the location. Obviously, this is not a prime location. That is to be expected and obviously that is factored in to the price. However, with views that vary between the local drug dealers on the nearby parking lot, to an abandoned factory and dreary looking, rundown office buildings, this was really something else. Secondly, the hotel doesn't have a 24/7 front desk. If this is a covid thing I could give them a pass, however in the multitude of flyers and other reviews I could find of Hotel Nimma, this seems to be the norm. Again, this is not an expensive hotel however for this price and 3 stars you should really be able to expect at least *someone* to be at the hotel during the night. In fact, in all documentation it's stated that the night shift ends at 10 PM however as early as 8 PM (right after dinner) we already found the door locked - you cannot enter the lobby anymore after this time and you have to use the side entrance. So, no type of service and the only possible help provided is an "emergency number". Now for our actual stay. Things did not start smooth from check-in. The room we were assigned already had people in it. These people were (justifiably) started and we were quite flabbergasted as to what the problem was. So back down to the FD we went and we were assigned a different room. Fine, whatever, mistakes happen. Now the room itself was minimal but, neat. The bed linnen was obviously not freshly washed as there were still some hairs on the pillowcases. The shower head did not fit into the holder meaning we had to hold the shower head at all times while in the shower. Finally, one of the chairs in the room broke the moment my girlfriend (who is 60 kg at most) sat in it. The rest of the room is, as I said, quite minimal. No water cooker, no coffee machine, no hairdryer or anything like that. No safe (rentable), no closet or anything. Overal, a very bare room. Again, this is not an expensive hotel but every single 3* hotel I have ever stayed in in my life has had these *very* basic ammenities. The combination of having no minibar, no water cooker or anything AND not having any front desk after 8 PM means that, if you want anything to drink in the evening, you're basically screwed unless you want to drive to a nearby McDonald's or something. So, the check-in wasn't great, the room wasn't great, what about the night? The walls are pretty thin, so you can hear everyone walking by. Thankfully, we seemed to be in luck and had pretty chill people around us, but from reading some other reviews, if anyone is doing *anything* in a room next to you, you're going to be up all night. Whenever anyone closes their room door (which were more akin to prison doors, in weight) the walls will shake. If anyone opens their door and doesn't absolutely SLAM it shut, an alarm will go off. This happened all through the day, thankfully not during the night. Now for the coupe de grace. The cherry on this cake. The breakfast. The breakfast in this place is absolutely abysmal. Obviously, 7,50 is not that expensive (10 euro if you buy it in the morning) but man this was by far the saddest breakfast buffet I have ever seen. A bunch of (individually plastic wrapped) buns, some wasa crackers and some ancient crossaints, possibly the dryest croissaints in existence. A very minor selection of cold cuts (again, individually wrapped in plastic), tasteless cream cheese and jam. That's it! For coffee, you can get some absolutely revolting instant coffee from the machine and for tea you have only one option! You may be able to get more types of tea from the front desk but we couldn't find anyone there, so we were out of luck again, I suppose. Finally, the final straw for us: we found out that the bread rolls were actually a full **week** out of date! Of course, we found this out after eating a few. Obviously, we went down to the FD and complained about this and thankfully, they comped us back our breakfast. Of course, this wasn't after waiting for about 15 minutes for someone to appear, not before some managerial type woman to appear from the back office, look at us sheepishly, greet us and move on. While we were talking to the FD receptionist about the out of date bread, she returned to rudely interrupt us and talk about something unreleated to the FD receptionist. Now as a closing note, I do want to state we did enjoy our stay here. However, not thanks to the hotel, but entirely in spite of the hotel. The staff was nice and the only reason I was tempted to give this hotel 2 stars, however the problems with this hotel obviously lie with the management/ownership who run an understaffed hotel and borderline illegal cost cutting practices. I will not be staying here again and I'd advise everyone else to do the same. For the same price you can get a room in a much better hotel where you don't have to gamble with your gut whether or not the breakfast will give you food poisoning.
bioj2021
04 Mei 2021 - Pasangan
Relatively affordable with nice, clean and spacious rooms. The staff was very kind and were willing to adjust some things for our disabled dog. Elevator was kind of weird but the soap was good. Enough amenities and good bedding.
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