Delft, a canal-ringed city in the western Netherlands, is known as the manufacturing base for Delftware, hand-painted blue-and-white pottery. In its old town, the medieval Oude Kerk is the burial site of native son and Dutch Master painter Johannes Vermeer. Once the seat of the royal House of Orange, the 15th-century Nieuwe Kerk houses the family's tombs and overlooks Delft's lively market square.

CoLiving Spaces

The Student Hotel Delft

Established August 2020

Our location in Delft, opening 1 September, is more than a hotel: it’s a hub for co-living and co-working where travellers, locals and students can learn, stay, work and play. With universities nearby and the city centre also easily accessible, our beautifully designe...