We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

All You Need to Know About the Rooms
at Hotel Truida

Room/Suite (7)
Lowest prices for your stay
Check In— / — / —
Check Out— / — / —
Guests1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
US$112
View Deal
Free cancellation until 09/10/20
Reserve now, pay at stay
Hotels.com
Expedia.com
eDreamsUS$112
Booking.comUS$112
Orbitz.comUS$112
View all 9 deals
Prices are the average nightly price provided by our partners and may not include all taxes and fees. Taxes and fees that are shown are estimates only. Please see our partners for more details.
Room review highlights
... as there was no one to help with the suitcases. 4. The room with kitchenette includes free washing of dishes. Minus...
... friendly and helpful host of Hotel Truida gave us a seafront room queen room with breakfast for 119 euro. The room was...
We stayed here with our family in a nice room with sea view. Staff is very nice and helpful. Rooms are clean and we even had a...
Featured room amenities
Internet
Baggage Storage
Newspaper
Non-smoking rooms
Non-smoking hotel

Reviews that mention rooms

Write a review
traveller67 wrote a review Feb 2019
Singapore, Singapore217 contributions58 helpful votes
This was our 2nd time staying at this hotel. As with most hotels along the boulevard, it is a small hotel with an inhouse restaurant.
Plus points:
1. We liked the location especially the close proximity to the beach right at the doorstep.
2. Breakfast was simple and nice.
3. Elevator is available. Although it was very small, it was useful to bring the suitcases as there was no one to help with the suitcases.
4. The room with kitchenette includes free washing of dishes.
Minus points
1. Poor customer service. There was one person at reception and it took a while to attend to our requests. Front desk is not 24hrs so you have to wait for the next day, if you need something after the usual hours.
2. Rigid policies. No flexibility for a late checkout.
3. Poorly equipped kitchenette. The boss owner insisted that it was meant only for light cooking, not for cooking a meal. That did not cut ice with us. Rooms with kitchenette cost more than a normal room and guests should be allowed to cook their meals. The cookware provided were very old and non-sticks were scratched, yet the boss insisted it was okay to use and their restaurant used the same. (Beware!) Of course we did not use for health reasons. A big minus for this.
4. Restaurant staff were generally courteous, however, we encountered a rude male staff who didn't seem happy to be there.
5. Room was dated. Furniture was old and chairs uncomfortable.
Overall, we would not mind a small hotel, however the vibe was just too rigid and unfriendly. Such a pity, as our previous stay left pleasant memories when hotel was under the previous owner, which was why we returned, only to find standards have changed significantly.
Read more
Read less
Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
1 Helpful vote
Helpful
Share
pthomas156 wrote a review Sep 2017
Newport, Rhode Island875 contributions222 helpful votes
After checking out the Netherlands' mind-boggling ocean engineering feat The Delta Project, we needed somewhere relatively close by but interesting to stay between there and our next destination, Dunkirk. Instead of staying in Middelburg, the area's inland "big town," we decided to investigate Vlissingen, because we're suckers for the sea. So glad we did! Our guidebook had said this area of the coast has winds that tend to sweep out the rain clouds and, sure enough, we now saw a town with lots of people on the sunny waterfront, enjoying an amazing sight: giant cargo ships, quite close, parading back and forth to the Antwerp port. You could tell everyone was just bedazzled.

We wanted a place right on the water, and the friendly and helpful host of Hotel Truida gave us a seafront room queen room with breakfast for 119 euro. The room was basic but quite spacious and had a mini fridge (handy for leftovers if you're staying more than one night, especially because this room has a table right in front of the window). The windows open to the sea and we loved hearing the waves all night. Parking is 5 euros out front on the street, and happily there's a lift. Breakfast is a basic buffet with meats, hard-boiled eggs, nothing unusual. The hotel has a restaurant, which is charming; it has indoor and sidewalk seating plus more seating right on the sea wall where we spent from about 5:30 to 7:30 having mussels and wine, watching the ships, and chatting with the Dutch father and grown daughter sitting next to us.

Vlissengen is a charming town with a big seaside, tho if you arrive at high tide like we did, you will think there is no sand. The dike wall and its hard flat surface swoops right down to the sea at high tide, and people walk, ride bikes and skateboard on that. Sand appears as the tide ebbs! At the top of the wall are restaurants, hotels etc. The main, old town is behind the wall and is historic and filled with cafes. All in all, a lovely spot.
Read more
Read less
Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
Helpful
Share
TheTravellingFamily wrote a review Jun 2016
Amsterdam89 contributions33 helpful votes
We stayed here with our family in a nice room with sea view. Staff is very nice and helpful. Rooms are clean and we even had a kitchenette and tea/coffee making facilities. Free wifi in the rooms as well. Breakfast buffet was good as well, €9,50 per person. The hotel is conveniently located near the city centre and the bus stops to the Vlissingen and Middelburg train stations. All in all a recommend for a relaxing weekend in beautiful Zeeland.
Read more
Read less
Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: 3rd floor rooms have a good view on the beach
Cleanliness
Service
Sleep Quality
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
Helpful
Share
olicanian wrote a review Apr 2016
west yorkshire110 contributions33 helpful votes
A 3 Star hotel on The Boulevard. Quiet hotel but it wasn't high season. Staff were friendly and approachable. Our room (17) was clean with a good standard of furnishings and remarkable views of The WesterSchelde with all its shipping. The hotel is close to the town centre and the management supply a parking permit for you vehicle. 20 euro deposit and 4.50eu per day. The deposit is refundable. There is a lift to all floors.
Read more
Read less
Date of stay: April 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Room 17 4th Floor great views.
Location
Service
Sleep Quality
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
Helpful
Share
Rene Repko wrote a review Apr 2016
Amsterdam, The Netherlands225 contributions74 helpful votes
Simple and basic hotel, but very friendly staff, a room with a view, and most importantly: a very good bed. Bath room was a bit out of date. Breakfast was very good and complete. The location on the Boulevard is perfect.
Read more
Read less
Date of stay: April 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: we had room number 1, was really large, with a sea view
Value
Cleanliness
Service
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
Helpful
Share