Tulip Inn Hilversum

Koninginneweg 28 - 30, , Hilversum, Het Gooi 1217L
Tulip Inn Hilversum
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Somewhere to stay for six weeks?

by canadianstudent

I'm a Canadian Journalism student who has been accepted for a six week internship at Radio Netherlands. I will be there from mid October until the end of November.

I need somewhere to live! A hotel is out of my budget, and I can't seem to find any hostel details online. Can anyone help me find somewhere to stay?

Thanks!
Rebecca

Re: Somewhere to stay for six weeks?

by ATLC

www.stayokay.com is the Dutch hostels website.

There are no hostels in Hilversum. For the daily commute, the most handy is the brandnew Amsterdam Zeeburg hostel:
http://www.stayokay.com/index.php?pageID=3207&hostelID=356023
Rates from 22.20 euro per person.

You walk 5 minutes to Amsterdam Muiderpoort station (from the hostel) and take a train to Hilversum-Noord (Dutch Railway: www.ns.nl). Then you walk 9 minutes to the Radio Netherlands location. Total travel time (including the walking): 42 minutes.

To work out any other public transportation, use www.9292ov.nl
The translation of this site, you can find at:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tp/1aa687/

Example:
Put in the address of your departure (the Zeeburg hostel):
Timorplein 21 1094 CC Amsterdam
and your arrival address (Radio Netherlands):
Witte Kruislaan 55, Hilversum

Re: Somewhere to stay for six weeks?

by pieter_jan_v

I found 1 pension in Hilversum:

Ariadne
Oude Enghweg 38
1217 JD Hilversum
Tel: +31-3-6244449


PJ

Re: Somewhere to stay for six weeks?

by Pijlmans

Hi.

Maybe you can also ask the people where you'll do your internship, if you already didn't. You're probably not the first with this problem and they may have a good solution. We for instance used to have an arrangement with an old lady that liked the company once in a while...

Good luck,
Dennis

Re: Somewhere to stay for six weeks?

by edgardamsterdam

Did you check local B&B, often private houses ? In October and November they may want lot let a room for a longer period.
www.bedandbreakfast.nl

As Radio Netherlands is more or less half way between Hilversum and Bussum, also check both places + Naarden.
+ get yourself a bicycle

Travel Tips for Hilversum

Tour-of-Duty...

by Xinta

Oma Reij's cooking and Opa's Reij jokes...hehe ;-)

And also Oma Hoogendoorn speaking in Dutch to me!...hehe ;-) I came here to visit Oma & Opa Reij and Oma Hoogendoorn. I was invited by Oma & Opa Reij for dinner. When I reached there, I was been given a very warm welcome by them and Oma(s) and Opa are the ones that I miss most in Hilversum.

A walk in the forest

by Steph84

Hilversum is surrounded on all sides by gorgeous woods and moors; it's grand to go for a walk here rain or shine, or instead take the bike. Avoid the weekend if you can, as it can be rather busy then, particularly if the weather is good.

Or if you really feel up for it: follow the "Voetstappenpad" (footprint trail), a 25-km circular walk around Hilversum across moorland and woodlands (and for a minor part through Hilversum itself) marked by white footprints. It's waymarked pretty well, with perhaps two or three exceptions, so keep your eyes open. You can find a small map here: http://wandelen.filternet.nl/Dagwandelingen/voetstappenpad.htm but you don't really need it. Alternatively you can cut the route in half by starting from Hilversum Noord railway station and take the train back from Hollandsche Rading railway station. Bring food.

Hilversum - in the middle of the Netherlands

by simonli625

I have been living in Hilversum since Feb 2006. It is a much smaller town than in Amsterdam and Utrecht. Since the 1920s, Hilversum is the home to the Dutch radio and television industry. Because of that, Hilversum and the surrounding cities like Blaricum, Baarn,Huizen, Naarden, Bussum, and Laren is like the Hollywood in US. There are a lot of bigger nicer houses around this area. A lot of expat families also living here.

Hilversum is nestled in the Het Gooi area and surrounded by woods and lakes and natures.

New place to live!

by bean

After living and studying (including a PhD) for 10 years in Amsterdam, we moved to Hilversum, the communication capital of the Netherlands. TV and radio-programmes are broadcasted from here. For the rest it is a friendly city with regional service-level. Surrounded by forests, open fields and lakes, it is a nice place to live in!

Hilversum

by OlafS

"Dudok city"

Hilversum isn't the most attractive city for tourists in the Netherlands. For architecture lovers however it is interesting. This city was largely shaped and designed by W.M. Dudok, one of the most important Dutch architects of the 20th century, and internationally one of the most famous and respected. You can easily spend a day admiring architecture in this city. I put the emphasis on churches myself. Dudok never built churches, so I can't show much of his work.

(more coming soon)

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