Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Fantastic!Posted Jun 23, 2013
Fantastic - When I realised it was 3* I was like *groan* but when I arrived, it had all the comfort of a good 4*!
for Business Travelersby Graham
Convenient location but a little tiredPosted Sep 3, 2012 on Hotels.com
Ideal location in the city centre, a short walk from the railway station with many bars, restaurants and shops close by. The hotel in general is OK, but could use a little redecoration in places. The room itself was spacious with an excellent shower room, but the bed was composed of two singles pushed together and the mattress moved during the night so that it was hanging off the edge of the bed by morning! It was also very warm in the room (the weather outside was pleasant) and there was no air conditioning. Leaving the window open was not really an option because of the noise from the street outside. There was a good range of breads, meats, cheeses etc for breakfast, but the hotel did not serve other meals (not a major problem due to the proximity of many restaurants).
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 11, 2012 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Melbourne, Aus.
In the heart of NijmegenPosted Sep 20, 2011 on Hotels.com
My room was very clean, comfortable and spacious; it included a sitting area (small table, two chairs), desk and chair, and attached (small but adequate) ensuite. I booked a double, not realising that the bed would be two singles pushed together (friends have told me this is not uncommon in NL). The complementary breakfast is served buffet style - in addition to cold cereal and juice there were warm boiled eggs, cold meats, several cheeses, fresh and stewed fruit, multiple types of bread, and spreads. The staff were at all times friendly and courteous, unobtrusive, and knew each of the guests by name. I stayed at the Apollo for a conference, which was convenientally held only a couple of minutes away. The hotel is a short walk from the railway station and close to buses; it is also opposite a large bicycle storage area.The Apollo is on a major shopping street, right on the central circle and close to several pubs and restaurants. This is fantastic for shopping, dining and drinking (there's a smaller supermarket about 5 minutes north up the Hamerstraat, and a larger one in a nearby shopping centre). I partiularly enjoyed dinner at Claudius next door - attentive staff, delicious food and a truly extravagant dessert! Unfortunately, though the hotel itself was quiet, the close proximity to these other facilities meant the street noise at night was quite loud. Had the windows been double-glazed my time at the Apollo would have been perfect; as it was, my experience was excellent and, should I return to Nijmegen I will also return to the Apollo.