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Hotel Review: Pullman Eindhoven Cocagne, Eindhoven, North Brabant, The Netherlands – January 2020 – .
I’ve just added a new film to my Hotel Reviews: The Netherlands playlist, here: of a review of the Pullman Eindhoven Cocagne hotel in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
I stayed at this hotel in January 2020, it is around a 7 minute walk from the main train station and centrally located in Eindhoven. The hotel is very stylish and some rooms and areas are quite boutique style. Two of us stayed at this hotel on a room only basis for 3 nights and this cost 253 Euro.
The room that we had was very stylish with nice facilities including, mood lighting, a coffee machine and mini-bar (which charges you as soon as you remove an item – be warned), but in practical terms it lacked storage space and this was a little problematic. The wardrobe was very thin and narrow and there was a lack of shelving space for two people using the room. There wasn’t even a window ledge to put belongings on. I’m highlighting this, because even though we were only there for 3 days we ended up leaving clothes in our suitcases as there was nowhere to put them. This is something that Pullman need to address, it’s great having a stylish room, but it lacked practical substance in terms of storage.
The bathroom was very nice, flat and wetroom style with a sliding door to enter it. The bathroom and bedroom had a chainmail curtain between them, so there was little privacy – make sure if you are sharing this room it’s with somebody you don’t mind seeing naked!
Whilst I am being critical in my comments, I would like to emphasise that I thought this was a good quality bedroom and bathroom and I would be happy to stay in them again.
The rest of the hotel that I used was good quality, the business pods with free coffee were great, the restaurant was large and comfortable. I liked the spa, BUT I have major issues with the lack of accessibility for it. It was necessary to go down 20 steep spiralled stairs to access the spa, and the swimming pool was only accessible by going up steps and then down steps into the pool. None of these steps had hand rails and from the perspective of somebody using a crutch who has mobility issues, this wasn’t very good practice at all. It wouldn’t cost Pullam a lot to install some hand rails and I think this needs addressing. It does make me wonder why accessibility wasn’t considered in all aspects of design within the hotel.
I would stay at this hotel again in future, bu
The film features: external views of the hotel; reception / lobby; lift / elevator; a detailed room inspection of room 708; the business lounge with free coffee; restaurant; art on the ground foor, and; the spa with gym and swimming pool.
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