Hampshire Hotel - Fitland Leiden

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Right next to Central Station
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Deluxe Double Room
Deluxe Double Room Double bed | 25 sqm | Rain shower | Flatscreen TV | Telephone | Free WiFi | Free fitness facilities
Deluxe Single Room
Deluxe Single Room Single bed | 20 sqm | Rain shower | Flatscreen TV | Telephone | Climate control | Laptop safe | Free Wi-Fi | Free fitness facilities
Family Room
Family Room Double bed and 1 single bed | 45 sqm | Rain shower | Telephone | Flatscreen TV | Sitting area | Climate control | Free Wi-Fi | Free fitness facilities
Standard Double Room
Standard Double Room Double bed | 25 sqm | rainshower | Free WiFi - Free use fitness | hairdryer | flatscreen TV | view on the inside of the hotel
Suite Kingsize bed | 40 sqm | Sitting area | Kitchenette | Flatscreen TV | Telephone | Climate control | Free WiFi | Free fitness facilities
Superior Room
Superior Room Double bed | 32 sqm | Rain shower | Flatscreen TV | Telephone | Sitting area | Climate control | Free Wi-Fi | Free fitness facilities

Historic city centre within walking distance

Lovers of art, culture and typical Leiden entertainment will find Leiden a fascinating city to visit. You can go sightseeing along the canals and historic buildings, visit one of the many interesting museums and join in the famous 3 October Festival. A few tips:

Art and culture        

Leiden has no less than four national museums! Such as the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, with its impressive collection of antiquities from Ancient Egypt, the Near East and the Greek and Roman worlds. Museum Boerhaave – also known as the national treasury for 400 years of scientific development – and Naturalis Leiden, the city’s natural history museum.  In the area around Sint Pieterskerk, you can find interesting buildings such as the Burcht, Waag, Hooglandse Kerk and the Leiden city hall.



From the hotel, you can see the tips of the sand dunes on the North Sea coast. The two seaside resorts of Katwijk and Noordwijk are just 10 minutes away. 



The big event that the people of Leiden look forward to every year is the Relief of Leiden on 3 October. There are two days of extensive festivities, with parades, a funfair and lots of white bread and herring to celebrate Leiden’s liberation in 1574 by the Geuzen, a group of Dutch nobles.


The Ethnological Museum (Museum Volkenkunde), Naturalis, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden and Museum Boerhaave are all great places for children to visit. The exhibitions are often very child-friendly and special children's activities are organised for during school vacations. At children's playground De Bubbel Jungle in Leiderdorp, kids can go wild on the trampolines, ball pit and roller track. Tip: check whether there are any nice children’s shows in the two main theatres: Leidse Schouwburg or Stadsgehoorzaal Leiden.


Unique wellness on the eleventh floor

The eleventh floor of the Level building is home to the 1400 square metre Wellness Leiden – Fitland Thermen & Beauty. Enjoy luxurious beauty and wellness facilities and a fantastic view of the city. Achieve total relaxation in the indoor swimming pool, the whirlpool, the panorama sauna, the infrared sauna and the herb bath. And to round off your day, you can ask the chefs in the wellness restaurant to surprise you with culinary delights. 

  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Beauty salon
  • Massage
  • Relaxation area
  • Sunbed
Unique wellness on the eleventh floor

Wining and dining with a view

Top Level
The multifunctional, ultramodern Level building in which the hotel is located would not be complete without a rooftop bar. The 'Top Level' panorama restaurant, bar and lounge is located at the top of the building, on the twelfth floor. The ultimate place to enjoy the phenomenal view of Leiden, the City of Keys, with a cocktail or a glass of champagne in your hand. You can also enjoy a great lunch and dinner here. The restaurant has an extensive à la carte menu with alternating, seasonal dishes.  

The Second Level
As the name suggests, The Second Level is on the second floor of the building. At The Second Level you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at a fixed price. And The Second Level has more to offer than a just a good meal for a low, fixed price. With a range of cooking studios, a luxurious lounge, bar and DJ Booth, The Second Level has the capacity to turn every occasion into a great party.

Wining and dining with a view
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3 of 5 stars
“Three star hotel in four star clothing”

I reviewed this hotel back in December/January time, and said this is not a three star hotel, but is a four star hotel missing some of the details. Having stayed here again in June, I have changed my mind, this is a three star hotel pretending to be better than it is. My grandfather had a saying, 'fur coat and no knickers', and this sums up this property perfectly. We had a basic room this time, and 'basic' is the key word. I knew that this hotel didn't provide kettles, which is bad enough, but I didn't know that they didn't have minibars either. Not even a bottle of still water in the rooms. I have never encountered this, in hotels from Cuba to Vietnam that I have stayed in, I have always had a minibar. Waking up at midnight, the only option was to have tap water, far from ideal. Also, for some reason, whoever designed this hotel thought that placing the power socket and light switch behind the pillows was the best location. I moved my head whilst reading, and turned all the lights off. Every time I moved, I knocked my phone adaptor out the wall. So badly thought through. The bathrooms have the problems that a lot of people have mentioned with no privacy, our rooms looked out on the central atrium, which meant everyone walking past could look directly into our rooms, giving no privacy at all. Add to this the fact that the WIFI still didn't work properly, and kept dropping out, and this was a really disappointing stay. The staff were lovely, as usual, the hotel seems clean and modern, with a lovely top floor bar with fantastic views across the city. But yet, this hotel is all outward show, with no real comfort or luxury to back it up. I would choose another hotel next time.
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 of 5 stars
“Disappointing experience”

We stayed in this hotel before and had a great time.the room was comfortable and functional, the restaurant on the 12th floor provided great views and the wellness centre allowed us to have a very relaxing time. However, this time we felt the experience in the hotel was disappointing. Our room was missing a door for the shower/toilet, the tv remote wasn't working, both of which gave the impression nobody really cared for the guest. Upon complaining about the missing door at reception we were told they were aware of the issue and the door was being repaired offsite, so there was nothing they could do about this., although they did replace the tv remote. I understand that room maintenance and repairs need to take place from time to time, but not informing a guest about a missing door when they check in is rather unprofessional. We also had dinner included in our stay, but weren't told that the restaurant on the 12th floor was no longer available for dinner. Despite the above we did eventually overcome our disappointed and enjoyed the rest of our stay, however I hope this experience will be an exception and the hotel will return to its previous standards.
Milton Keynes
 of 5 stars
“Great location ”

Stayed at the hampshire for one night over a weekend. The hotel is attached to the Leiden Central train station. If you exit on the university side it's on the left. It's quite a unique layout to a hotel as the building seems to be shared with offices and a gym. The rooms are on the 10th and 11th floor. We arrived early (9am) but was able to check in which was useful and reception were helpful. Room was spacious and all open plan including bathroom so don't share if you are sharing and want privacy. Room had a kettle (although our friends room didn't) and safe, hairdryer. Shower was fantastic and huge. Bed comfortable and TV and a few U.K. Channels. Hotel location is a 10min walk from the shopping streets of Leiden. Overall we would stay again.
Watford, United Kingdom
 of 5 stars
Friends getaway
“Very large room but very basic”

I found it hard to find the hotel and walked past it as it's in a shared building with no sign, I said this to the reception staff and they agreed. The hotel has a very strange layout. The room was very large, but there is no coffee machine, kettle, mini bar or room service so don't go back to room tired and thirsty. The Bed was huge and very comfortable. Breakfast is not exciting. If you just want a bed for the night and nothing more, this hotel is good for that.

Ideal location and excellent facilities

Hampshire Hotel Fitland – Leiden is the perfect conference location. It’s very easy to reach by train – the hotel is located next to Central Station – and by car. Anything you need can be found within the walls of this multifunctional building. Such as two restaurants, a wellness centre, a gym and six conference rooms. The hotel also has various extra facilities, such as free Wi-Fi throughout the building, sport in the gym and convenient parking in its own car park on the ground floor.  

A conference room with a great view of Leiden

Hampshire Hotel Fitland – Leiden is less than half an hour from the cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague. Ideal when you’re looking for a central location in the Randstad to hold a conference, a brainstorming session or a (product) presentation or to organise a seminar. There are six multifunctional rooms to choose from – accommodating groups of 8 up to 1000 people. All the rooms have natural light, climate control, Wi-Fi and all the modern audiovisual equipment required for a perfect conference.

Attractive meeting deals from € 24,50 p.p.

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Children and Extra Beds

All children are welcome.

All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.

One additional child under 2 years is charged €10 per person per night in a crib.

One additional older child or adult is charged €35 per person per night in an extra bed.

The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.

Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.

Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.


Pets are not allowed.

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