If you can’t get enough of the Queen Emma pontoon bridge that separates the districts of Punda and Otrobanda from one another, book a room in this centrally located three-star hotel. We do, however, recommend that you spend some extra cash to get a room on the fifth floor, as the noise from the restaurant and the surrounding bars can be an issue on the lower levels of the hotel. Rooms on the first few floors are very small and basic and some would benefit greatly from renovation. The worn carpets in the hallways have also seen better days. A simple, affordable restaurant is at your disposal just above the casino and it offers some of the best views of the city's floating wooden landmark available. Unfortunately, the friendly staff at reception could give their colleagues at the restaurant some pointers about proper service.