Kurhaus Hotel Netherlands

Kurhaus Hotel

Stylish, grand seaside hotel, a definite landmark at the Dutch coast, a monument since 1818. In recent years, the Kurhaus has proved to be an attractive venue for unique events among which the 'Concert by the Sea', various jazz concerts, global congr...

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Hotel de Bilderberg Netherlands

Hotel de Bilderberg

The hotel opened in 1926 and we have not heard much about it until that legendary meeting in 1954, that became - among certain people - famous. This is the hotel where the Bilderberg Group first met in 1954. The hotel gave its name to the hotel group...

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Amstel Netherlands

Amstel

Completed in 1866 it was ready to welcome its first gueats. But nobody came. The owner opend the house for the public to have a look. Free of charge, of course. That worked. The first bookings came in 1876. No problems of that kind ever since. Famous...

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Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Netherlands

Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky

At the back of the hotel NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky has its own landing dock for boats. Behind the facade of NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky guests can enjoy several restaurants and a complete congress centre. There is the breathtaking Wintertuin, the g...

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Des Indes Netherlands

Des Indes

Baron van Brienen's original ballroom is frequently used for state banquets and official events, and his former appartments are now used for receptions, various ministry luncheons and dinners for foreign delegations. The total number of bedrooms is c...

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De L’Europe Netherlands

De L’Europe

On the 27th of April 1895 the construction started of the new hotel. It was opened on the 23rd of September 1896 as Hotel de l'Europe. The architect, W. Hamer, who also designed Hotel Suisse (which has since burned down) in Kalver Street and the pavi...

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  In 1954, a group of wealthy individuals including Donald Deskey, the fabled designer (among his works the Radio City Music Hall); Harvey...Read More

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  "So pleasant a change from the dreary ordinariness of most modern hotels. This is an Island of charm on a charming Island." Simon...Read More

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The man with the sign ‘Grand Hotel Royal’ awaits me on the platform at Keleti railway station. He takes my bags and me to the hotel. The...Read More

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First of all, obtain your very own and personal copy of Marcel Proust’s A La Recherche du Temps Perdu. Inform reception tha...Read More