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+31 53 20 70000
InterCityHotel Enschede is located in the center of Enschede close to theaters, cinemas and restaurants. The train station is located approx. 350 m away, the market place and the Grote Kerk are about 7 minutes' walk away. Roombeek cultuurpark, about 12-minutes' walk from the hotel, beautifully combines culture and nature.
Highlights: WiFi (complimentary), nutritious buffet breakfast, restaurant with a fine selection of regional and national dishes, sports bar, bistro and smoker's lounge, art spaces for young artists, bicycle rentalOur 126 soundproofed rooms offer modern interiors with classic elegance. A flatscreen TV, safe, air-conditioning, minibar and coffee-and tea-making facilities ensure well-deserved comfort. A FreeCityTicket for free use of public transport in Enschede is included.
Review by John H
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Based on 118 ratings
„Great location. Reasonably comfortable. Large room“
Review by Peter R
„Ideal for business trip“
Review by AndyBaxter
„Excellent stay “
Review by Mark N
„The smell “
Review by Rhoda A
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
Our 20 by 24 sqm large standard rooms offer the ideal conditions for your rest and relaxation.
Relax and enjoy the view from the upper floors in one of our 20 by 24 sqm large business rooms.
A photographic art project by Johannes Heinke and Fabian Rockenfeller.
The photographs of Fabian Rockenfeller and Johannes Heinke act as intermediaries between the rational approach of the ages of enlightenment and a romantic-age transfiguration, creating a synthesis between the aspects of modern-day science and the desire for natural beauty. "van de grens" is a series of photographs capturing the identity of Enschede which, as a border town, is not only geographically at the intersection of two cultural regions, but also reflecting the current development of the town as a place of knowledge and culture.