Den Bosch

TRIED & TESTED: MARIAPAVILJOEN DEN BOSCH

April 22nd, 2013

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Most striking feature:

Mariapaviljoen is a newly opened (April 11th) restaurant in a former hospital. When you go here for dinner you have to fill out a form (het intake formulier) so they can ‘treat’ you well and you walk out alive and kicking. And when that doesn’t happen; they have Read more…


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NEW SPOT: DE BOSSCHE BEUL DEN BOSCH

July 20th, 2011

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you need a place to stay in Den Bosch – this is the only option. And a good one!
  2. If you need a budget b&b (room per night: 80 euro).
  3. If you’re: a businessman, sucker for silence, romantic (so take your other half) or a senior.

Check out: www.debosschebeul.nl


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TRIED & TESTED: EETBAR DIT DEN BOSCH

August 30th, 2010

Most striking feature:

The interior. It’s so beautiful: the furniture, the funny details, the Delfts Blauwe tiles on the bar, the Maria statues in the bathroom. I visited in january 2009 so I really need to go again, but the funniest thing was that there was a list on the table where you could predict the future. They asked me what my idea of the year 2009 was. I don’t know what I’ve filled out, but hey, it’s funny. I’ve ordered a potato salad and it was delicious. It’s also a good place to have a high tea with your friends.

Check out: www.eetbar-dit.nl


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TRIED & TESTED: DEVARANA DEN BOSCH

August 9th, 2010

Most striking feature:

A design sauna. I love it. There are several area’s all decorated in another atmosphere. There are Buddhas next to a bubble bath, there is a Morrocan desert camp with waterbeds (after a sauna session you will definitely fall asleep), there is a Turkish steambath with next to it several plates and statues from their culture. And there is the Eames lounge. No telephone, no computer, just you with some magazines and a cold glass of a fresh juice: closer to relaxation you’ll hardly get.

From 17 euro. Check out: www.devarana.nl

Have you been there? What was your most striking feature?


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