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Opening in 2019, just 10 minutes from Schiphol Airport.

 

 

A historic office building is converted into a brand-new hotel in the lively heart of Maastricht, nearby Onze Lieve Vrouweplein, once voted the most beautiful square in the Netherlands.

Our ‘easy-beach-hotel’, once an audit office, offers 88 enjoyable rooms in The Hague Scheveningen, across the road from the beach, its clubs and the icon Pier. Also easy, The Hague city centre is just ten minutes away by tram.

Rooms with a view in the lively heart of Zaandam, nearby Amsterdam. The former headquarters of Ahold, on the 9th, 10th and 11th floor of the Saen Tower, transformed into an easyHotel. The rooms offer an impressive view of the area and the typical houses of Zaandam.

The brand new easyHotel Amsterdam Arena Boulevard is ideally located in Zuid-Oost, thé business and entertainment area of Amsterdam, known for its event venues as Ziggo Dome, AFAS Live (Heineken Music Hall) and Amsterdam Arena.

easyHotel resides in a timeless architectural gem, next to the former headquarters of a bank. Conveniently situated in the heart of Brussels, in a historical and increasingly trendy neighbourhood, this hotel is the ideal starting point to explore Brussels.

Once an office building, now an easyHotel offering 107 comfortable rooms in the heart of Rotterdam. Shops, restaurants, the famous Witte de Withstraat, the Dutch Museum of Photography and the World Trade Centre Rotterdam are within walking distance.

easyHotel Rotterdam

An office and showroom transformed into an easyHotel in the city of the king’s residence, nearby shops, restaurants, museums, the Parliament and Central Station. easyHotel The Hague offers 110 rooms to business travellers and tourists.

Our first hotel opened in 2011 in Amsterdam’s popular ‘de Pijp’-district, exceeding expectations by continuously edging towards a 100% occupancy rate. The Rijksmuseum, Heineken brewery and RAI convention centre are a 10 minutes’ walk.

De Pier is a leisure icon at the Dutch coast, considered run down and lost to The Hague. In 2015 it was brought back to life and now over a million tourists enjoy the food boulevard, hotel suites, shops, sun decks, Ferris Wheel and the phenomenal view.

De Pier Scheveningen