Photo Museum Special

The Netherlands Fotomuseum at walking distance from hotel
  • Book from € 189,-

Wow, this special comes from the hart. We love photography! Book a Pincoffs-room including breakfast and pay only 189 euro’s per night, including tickets for the Photo Museum at the Las Palmas Building and a bottle of wine. 
The Nederlands Photomuseum is located at 700 meters (walking distance) from the hotel. Every room in The Pincoffs Hotel has a photo from the photomuseum telling a part of the story of the raw, romantic harbor views of the City of Rotterdam.  

This special includes:

  • 2 x breakfast
  • 2 tickets for the National Photo Museum
  • 1 bottle of wine (red, white, rose)
  • 1 present from the museum store
  • Free illy espresso coffee and organic tea from Mr. Jones in your room
  • Free bottle of O-Original water in your room
  • Great bathroom products from the Italian designer brand Bvlgari
  • Free Rotterdam info-package
  • Free use of our DVD library
  • Free use of our iPods

Upgrade to a Suite XL = 60 euro's extra per night (= 249 euro's for 2 persons per night)


This summer the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, will present a major retrospective of Frans Lanting’s work. Born in Rotterdam, Lanting has been hailed as one of the great photographers of our time. For more than four decades, he has documented the natural world from the Amazon to Antarctica to promote understanding about the earth through images that convey a passion for nature and a sense of wonder about our living planet.

First show

This exhibition will be the first to show the range and depth of Lanting’s work over the course of his career. It will feature images from five of his signature projects produced over a period of forty years. Lanting’s work is presented as an ongoing dialogue with nature, and this exhibition reveals how those conversations have been influenced by art and literature as much as they have been informed by science, technology, and his own experiences with wildlife and wild places on all seven continents.

The Magic of Reality: Holland
Frans Lanting (born in Rotterdam, 1951) began making images in the 1970s, when he was studying environmental economics at Rotterdam’s Erasmus University. His first photographs were impressions of the seasons in the city’s Kralingse Bos park. Lanting was inspired by magic realism in paintings and literature, and by the work of Japanese haiku poets. His images capture the spare feeling of haikus and a sense of the otherworldly in the natural world.

Special not available during big city events like North Sea Jazz.

Not included: 4,5% City Tax

Free WiFi, coffee, tea & table water in every room