Looking for a place to stay in Willemstad? Then look no further than Boutique Hotel 't Klooster, a charming hotel that brings the best of Willemstad to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and Boutique Hotel 't Klooster makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a concierge, a sun terrace, and shops. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While staying at Boutique Hotel 't Klooster, visitors can check out Scharloo (0.5 mi) and Handelskade (0.6 mi), some of Willemstad's top attractions.
Willemstad has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Gouverneur de Rouville, Madero Ocean Club, and Steak & Ribs, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Kura Hulanda Museum (0.7 mi), Punda (0.5 mi), or Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge (0.7 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Boutique Hotel 't Klooster as you experience everything Willemstad has to offer.
This former monastery is reasonably priced and in the proximity of the sea, the best restaurants and a short walk into the town centre. Very clean and organised, the hotel square that used to house catholic monks on its perriphery will not fail to delight. Breakfast a bit pricey, but plenty of eateries in the immediate vicinity.
t Klooster is a nice place, it has a very nice courthyard with pool. Our room was big and had a little private seatingarea. The bathroom was dark without a window. Breakfast was good but is rather expensive. The receptionists were young Dutch people, probably having their internship there, they did not know much about the area and nothing about public transport. We wanted to rent a car but that was only possible for 3 days after some discussion it was possible for 2 days. Told her we only had 1 1/2 day left and suddenly it was possible for 1 day. I know they follow the hotel guidlines but this is a weird way of treating your guests.
+location is really good if you want to eat in the Centre without using your car. + Nice courdyard. Relax place to read a book at the end of the day. +spacious room. - size of the pool is really small. - breakfast is simple but okay. - room is a little bit outdated. Would go there again!
We spent four days of a week's vacation at this hotel and, except for a couple of minor quibbles, loved the place. The central open-air atrium meant lots of bird songs and welcoming continental breakfasts, beside the small but adequate pool. All the rooms open onto the atrium, with small tables and a couple of chairs outside each one. Our room (21) was a little on the small side with no chair or table, which meant sitting on the bed and looking sideways at the TV, and having to use the laptop on a lap, not that we spent much time doing either. The bathroom had a large shower stall with good pressure and temperature, and the long shelf in front of the sink was big enough to hold all our toiletries. The hotel is a 15-20 minute saunter to the Emma bridge, lots of restaurants within walking distance, including the on-site Blessings (really good food) and the nearby, and our fave, Run the Rum. Staffers at the hotel were friendly and helpful. There was no traffic noise to speak of despite being on one of the "major" roads. Loved all the tributes (pictures) to the original monastery; the hotel is a reno of the monastery, and a dandy one at that. WiFi was strong. We recommend this hotel. This is not a five star hotel, but it makes no pretensions of being one; it is a very comfortable boutique hotel where you can simply relax.…
I love a small place with a very cozy vibe and this was everything I needed... This reminds me a lot of when I was a kid and when I was living st my Grandfather house in San Andres Island... It was nostalgic and epic.