Suite Hotel Pincoff
A historic riverside building
Suite Hotel Pincoff
A historic riverside building
Suite Hotel Pincoff
A historic riverside building
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Suite Hotel Pincoffs

Intimate and detached from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Pincoffs comprises just 17 rooms set in a beautifully restored riverside building from 1879, on the peaceful south bank of the Maas river. The hotel has made sustainability its mission, and its Pincoffs Pink Fizz wine is an absolute delight.

The Pincoffs is an atmospheric boutique hotel located in the midst of the Kop van Zuid-Entrepothaven architectural district on Rotterdam’s south bank. Overlooking the famous Erasmus Bridge, it’s two metro stops away from the city centre and there’s a water taxi stop just across the street that gets you to the main shopping area in five minutes. 

The building that houses the hotel is a former customs house built in 1879 on the riverfront, now a national monument, which two ex-journalists have lovingly refurbished and converted into a chic urban gateway that blends period details and contemporary styling. Old black-and-white photos are displayed throughout the hotel giving a real sense of the building’s history and its city, as do original features like the massive customs house safe. 

The Pincoffs, which is named after the legendary businessman who greatly contributed to developing modern Rotterdam, also has a strong commitment to sustainability, with lots of green initiatives in their day-to-day operations. From using 100% green gas and electricity to serving organic products, its environmental efforts earned it prestigious recognitions like the Green Key Gold license and the Gaia Green Award. 

Food & Drink

Indulgent breakfasts and tasty meals based on seasonal, organic products are served in a bright living room, which extends out onto the terrace in the summer months for al-fresco dining with lovely views of the Erasmus Bridge and the marina.

Throughout the day, the Lodewijk bar is a cozy retreat where guests can sink into comfy couches by the fireplace with a glass of Pincoffs Pink Fizz, the hotel’s own wine. It’s in the old clerk room of the customs house and features beautiful period details such as cast iron pillars, antique cabinets, and fine stucco. 


No two rooms are the same at the Pincoffs, but they are all full of atmosphere and luxuriously equipped with upholstered Auping box-spring beds manufactured exclusively for the hotel and Egyptian Percale cotton sheets. 

Most have tall panoramic windows bathing the space with light and those on the top floor feature beautiful historic wooden beams. There are a few rooms arranged on two floors and a rooftop apartment that is perfect for longer stays. Guests can also choose from a number of elegant Suites, all with original period details. We have a Romantic Suite with a fireplace and a freestanding English tub, a Corner Suite with a whirlpool and one of the best views of the whole hotel, and an Art Suite designed by artists with reclaimed materials and featuring a steam cabin, massage shower and bath. 

All rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with iPod docking stations, in-room tablets, minibars, espresso coffee machines, flatscreen TVs with DVD players. Bathrooms have sustainable products by Grown Alchemist and towels and bathrobes of soft Egyptian cotton.


A historic riverside building
  • Located near The Erasmus Bridge
  • Highest number of satisfied hotel guests in Rotterdam
  • Free parking in the street (between 6 PM and 9 AM)
  • Private hotel parking space available (book online)
  • Public transport on short walking distance (400 meters)
  • Water taxi stand to cross the river in front of hotel (15 meters)
  • All room windows can be opened
  • Unlimited free wifi in the hotel
  • Air conditioning in all rooms

You can book directly with hotel or take advantage of Tales Concierge. Best Available Rate is always guaranteed.


Amenities you get when booking with Tales Hotels Collection

  • Free espresso coffee, tea and table water in every room
  • Free organic tea
  • Free bottle of tablewater

Points of View

A building full of history
Few old buildings remain in Rotterdam's center, since the city was almost completely destroyed during WWII. One of them is the old customs house on the Maas river, next to the Rotterdam Marina, which now houses the hotel and was declared a national heritage monument.
Rotterdam’s trendy south bank district
Kop van Zuid-Entrepothaven, the district where the hotel is located, corresponds to the city’s old port area and boasts a fabulous mix of impressive modern architecture and restored historical buildings that are now home to cool restaurants and museums. Views of the Rotterdam skyline are truly beautiful from here.
An extraordinarily green hotel
The Pincoffs does everything it can to reduce its impact on the environment, including sourcing organic products, creating a lovely urban garden on the quay next to the hotel, and planting trees in their own forest in Panama to compensate for CO2 emissions. The team also finances causes that contribute to a more sustainable living environment.
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Staying in Rotterdam

The second-largest city in the Netherlands is one of the most exciting destinations in Europe. Although it was almost entirely razed to the ground during WWII, it managed to rebuild itself into a vibrant city bursting with creativity and innovation. Home to the largest seaport in Europe, it’s got a unique urban scene with futuristic architecture, iconic buildings, prestigious art galleries, and trendy restaurants.

Every trip we take contributes to build our own life story.

A story that is a patchwork of encounters, experiences and memories made while traveling. And just like fabric scraps in a quilt, every trip we take, no matter how big or long, holds its own special place in our life and contributes to shape who we are.

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