I stayed in this hotel a few times for one night. We had a two days company training. The hotel is used a lot for this kind of activities. So during the day you will see a lot people. The hotel is also used by asian group travelers. So in the morning you will see a lot of Asian people.
I had a big two persons bedroom with bath and separate shower. The room has a tv, build in radio/alarm clock. There were two separate beds in the room, placed against each other. The mattresses was rather soft I had a good night rest. There are also rooms whit a queen size bed. The rooms can be very hot, but you can always open a window.
Breakfast, lunch are served as a buffet. Dinner is not that good, just don't order red meat when you are whit a big group and everybody gets his meal at the same time. The buffet is of poor quality. Could be because we were the last group.
There are several bars in the hotel were you can have a drink. In the cellar is the cheers bar where you can play pool, table soccer of play bowling. At the moment this bar is renovated.
I did not have time to test the swimming pool not the fitness room. The swimming pool looks great and inviting. There is also a hot tub so next time I will bring my swimming trousers.
Unique Quality: It is a big building so if you are unlucky you have to walk a long way to your room. there is plenty of parking space, so no worries.
Near the check in desk there are lockers free of charge to lock you luggage or other valuables if you have an early check-out.
The hotel has excellent wireless internet ask at the desk for the fee and an access code.
The hotel is still under construction, big parts are being renovated. It was looking much better than last time I visited. Modern and trendy.
Directions: Follow the signs "conferentieoord"
I am helping organise a big event for travellers to The Netherlands in the Summer of 2005, but am having trouble finding accomodation for the 500 or so expected attendees.
Does anybody know of a place anywhere in The Netherlands that could offer this?
I have already tried www.groepen.nl and www.vekabo.nl.
Maybe you have to try renting a bungalow park for a week; links are at http://bungalowpark.pagina.nl/
Hello, I think you need to give a little more information. What kind of attendees are they? What is the budget and for how long? is it a problem if they are in more than one accomodation?
I am in the midst of organising an event for some 800-1000 people in 2006 so I'm a bit 'into' this.
Leeuwenhorst in Noordwijkerhout is also a suggestion. Beach nearby! :-)
What are you organizing; the the VT world jamboree?!
nope, PJ and of course I am not organising alone. There's about 30 people involved right now.
The event is "EuroHash", which is the bi-annual all-European gathering for the Hash House Harriers - sometimes known as "The Drinking Club with a Running Problem". The typical attendee is a professionally occupied ex-pat between ages 25-55 who enjoys letting their hair down by socialising, running, and washing it all down with a beer or 5. It's a very social fun weekend where people don't take themselves too seriously. The accomodation doesn't need to be flashy and should be as cheap as possible - youth hostels are ideal, but we can't find one big enough! We also need to have room to host a party for all 500 guests.
Langelaan 3, Noordwijkerhout
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Address: Langelaan 3, Noordwijkerhout, Noordwijk, Zuid-Holland, 2211, The Netherlands