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When you are organizing a meeting, it can turn out to be quite a job. There are many things you have to take into account. For example, it is important to hold a meeting in an easily accessible location. It is also essential to use a meeting location that is equipped with the latest equipment. All in all, it’s quite an occupation!

Are you looking for a unique meeting venue in Amsterdam Southeast? The brand new hotel Van der Valk Amsterdam is the perfect place to organize your meeting.

The luxury hotel has 11 conference meeting rooms that are equipped with modern facilities. You can rely on professional audio-visual equipment, soundproof walls, hi-speed WiFi and wireless ClickShare presentation system. Would you like to take a break during your meeting? Then you can make use of the extensive break-out rooms. During the break you can enjoy an extensive lunch buffet so that you can get back to work with fresh energy after the break!

In addition, the hotel is located in an ideal location. The hotel is easily accessible by public transport, as the metro station Overamstel is a 3-minute walk from Hotel Van der Valk Amsterdam. Do you come by car? Then you can easily park your car in the covered parking garage at the hotel.            

If you are organising a multi-day congress, you can also choose to book an overnight stay for your guests afterwards. The Van der Valk Hotel in Amsterdam has many extras. For example, there is a business room that has been specially developed for guests staying for business purposes. This room has the perfect atmosphere for optimal concentration. 

In addition, as a guest, you can make free use of the hotel’s WiFi and wellness and fitness facilities. This gives you the opportunity to relax in the wellness area after a busy meeting day or to take a refreshing dip in the outdoor swimming pool on the roof of the hotel. In short, at the Van der Valk Hotel in Amsterdam, everything is taken care of down to the last detail!

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