Holland’s Finest - Top 5 meetings with a view
July 23, 2014
Most people know that Holland is a very flat country. We don’t have grotesque mountains and countryside hills. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have spectacular views! In the Netherlands are many great tall architectonic buildings that offer business facilities for your meeting. Take your pick:
The ‘Haagse Tower’ is located in the building ‘Het Strijkijzer’ or ‘The Flatiron’ by architect Paul Bontenbal in The Hague. On the 42nd floor, 132 meters high, you can enjoy the outside balcony for drinks or food. On the 40th floor you can find luxurious business sky suites.
Fletcher Hotel Amsterdam
The luxurious Fletcher Hotel Amsterdam opened their doors in 2013. The sixty meter high hotel offers 120 rooms, 5 multifunctional meeting rooms, a fitness room and a coffee bar. On the upper floors you will find the lounge and sky restaurant Pi. End your business meeting here with spectacular views of the capital with a lovely cocktail in hand.
The ‘Dom Tower’ is the symbol of Utrecht. And not without reason. With it’s 465 steps and more than 112 meters high is it the highest church tower in the Netherlands. Combine the breath taking views over the city with the inspiring meeting facilities on the first floor.
De Koperen Hoogte
Water tower ‘De Lichtmist', in which ‘The Copper Height’ is located, is since its construction in 1932 a striking building the area of Nieuwleusen. The tower is no longer used for water distribution, but serves as a flexible venue for business and leisure for up to 220 pax.
The Euromast tower is one of the eye catchers of Rotterdam. This 100-meter tall building serves as a viewing point, restaurant, hotel, meeting spot and is a unique spot where you can go abseiling from top to bottom. At the Euromast it’s easy to mix business with pleasure.