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    free bicycle rental

    Yes! citizenM Rotterdam hotel has free bicycles for guests. There are just a few simple rules to note:

    1 bike per guest, maximum 2 per room

    bikes are available on first-come-first-served basis - ask as soon as you arrive

    the use of bicycle is free, but we will take a refundable security deposit of 100 EUR in case of theft or damage

    all bikes must be returned before midnight

    we will ask you to sign a rental agreement

    if there are no bikes left, ask our hotel ambassdors to recommend a great local rental place.

    you have questions, we have answers

    Where are the best restaurants in the centre of Rotterdam?

    Cafe in the City - this cool Asian eatery serves sophisticated sushi, poke bowls, plus cocktails and wine for an evening out that is sure to lead to a big night on the town. The buzzing atmosphere brings in the crowd and the food keeps them there until the early hours. Or for even more incredible sushi in Rotterdam, head to Shabu Shabu - just a 12-minute walk from citizenM. For a touch of class - The Harbour Club. This renovated former mansion in Het Park close to Museumpark serves hearty food in a stunning surrounding.

    What are the best clubs in Rotterdam?

    Let your hair down at Cultuurpodium Perron - just a few steps from Rotterdam Centraal station, or Stadhuis metro stop. Or take a trip across the river to Now&Wow Club (next to Maashaven metro station) for a disco rave to remember. Pass the glow sticks, please.

    What are the best things to do in Rotterdam?
    1. Gawp at the incredible Cube Houses and visit the show-home if open.
    2. Eat local delicacies at Markthal.
    3. Take a selfie from the top of the Euromast Tower.
    4. Take a Rotterdam Wassertaxi to see the city from the river.
    5. Find your new favourite painting at Museumpark.
    Does the Eurostar go to Rotterdam?

    Yes - travel through Europe in speed and style. Hop on the Eurostar in Rotterdam and end up in Amsterdam, Paris or London (some of citizenM's favourite places).

    What is the weather in Rotterdam like?

    Travel in July for pleasant sunny days and average temperatures of 21 degrees. Or wrap up warm for the rain and snow in January when things get down to 4 degrees. Make sure to bring an umbrella - Dutch rainshowers can surprise you with their sudden appearance and intensity.

    What are the best museums in Rotterdam?

    Be stunned by a world of art at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningenk then straight to the Natural History Museum Rotterdam. Finish off your trip at the Kunsthal. Go west to test your boundaries (and your skills) at the Dutch Pinball Museum. This huge arcade hall offers something a little different than your average day out.

    What are the best places for breakfast in Rotterdam?

    Is a brownie, scone, tart or cheesecake your idea of perfect breakfast? Try Koekela in Central Rotterdam - their American-style cakes and cookies will leave you on a long-lasting sugar high. For a more traditional breakfast menu, go to Baker&Moore - they serve all-day breakfast for everyone. Of course, don't ignore the incredible breakfast buffet at citizenM Rotterdam hotel - it may just be exactly what you need before your day on the town.

    What is the best way to see Rotterdam?

    By bike (of course)! citizenM Rotterdam hotel has free bike rental for guests on a first-come-first-served basis. The Netherlands is famous for its bicycles so now you can explore the city just like the locals do. No bikes at the hotel? Ask for a bike rental recommendation.

    What is Rotterdam architecture like?

    Striking. Stylish. And a little bit groundbreaking. Rotterdam is renowned for its incredible architecture and eyecatching designs. You will not find classic Dutch canals and houses here (like ones Amsterdam has), but bold, original architecture, a few skyscrapers and a few world-famous buildings (like the Cube Houses). World-famous starchitect Rem Koolhas has designed a few buildings around the city. And you'll find Erasmusbrug very familiar - it's the eye-catcher in every skyline photo.

    Is the Port of Rotterdam still used?

    Yes, it is indeed. Rotterdam has the biggest seaport in Europe, making it a busy transit route for goods. You can also arrive there by sea from the UK on a ferry from Hull.

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