Holland’s 10 finest boardrooms (part 2): the best is only good enough to ensure a success

When organizing meetings, the venue you choose has great impact on how your delegates perceive the entire meeting. Traditionally the exclusive domain of the board for their meetings, now more and more people discover the advantages of meeting in the comfort and luxury of a well-designed and equipped boardroom. Every meeting planner must have a shortlist with the best, most unique and authentic facilities throughout Holland. State-of-the art technology, excellent food and beverages and top-class service are a given.

I hereby share my fine and out-of-the ordinary selection of boardrooms in Holland. Last week you have read about the first 5, this week I post about the top 5.

5. FiftyTwoDegrees – Nijmegen

Twenty-two comfortable leather CEO seats await your delegates when they reach the 17th floor of the FiftyTwoDegrees building in Nijmegen. This high-tech business centre combines technology, business and lifestyle, and is a podium for knowledge and inspiration. Located at 52 degrees latitude and with award-winning architecture, this highly energy-efficient venue offers a business lounge and private lounge area in combination with the boardroom.

 www.fiftytwodegrees.com

4. Huize Frankendael

Built in the Golden Age – the era of the Dutch East India Company, Rembrandt and Vermeer – the beautiful manor Huize Frankendael was home to several private occupants before it became a tea and pleasure garden (playground) in 1849. Since that time the rooms were for hire for parties and dinners. These days, Huize Frankendael provides bespoke services to all its guests. The 18th-century salons and 19th-century rooms in the main building and coach house provide a stately backdrop for a private dinner, a training session or meeting.
The contemporary boardroom is located on the second floor. It looks out over the classical formal garden on one side, and the city on the other side.

www.huizefrankendael.nl

3. The Grand Boardroom – Princenhof Meeting Centre

Amsterdam’s finest conference facilities are provided in the completely revamped Princenhof Meeting Centre, part of the luxury 5-star Hotel The Grand. The hotel offers the InspiredMeetings concept, which combines the latest conference technology with a passion for excellence. State-of-the-art boardrooms are available in a 16th-century historical monument. The Grand Boardroom offers French luxury, contemporary comfort and full technical equipment, including video-conferencing.

www.sofitel-legend-thegrand.com

2. Rembrandt Tower Boardroom

This beautiful and unparalleled venue offers exclusive meetings at the top of Amsterdam. Located on the 32nd floor of Amsterdam’s tallest building, your guests can enjoy the high-tech and high-touch meeting environment. The boardrooms, lounge and superb meeting room accommodate up to 100 persons. Your guests will long remember the meetings because of the breathtaking panoramic views.

www.rtboardroom.nl

1. SkySuites at the Haagse Toren

The six SkySuites are located on the 40th floor, and each has a unique ambiance, ranging from clean via playful to tantalising. A meeting, a party, a dinner, a brainstorm session or a network event can be held at top level now. The SkySuites are situated high enough to see the sun set three minutes after all the other people in The Hague. In addition to the boardrooms, the top floor boasts The Penthouse, Holland’s highest restaurant. It has spectacular views, a balcony and a very impressive window projection setting, creating a 27-window video screen that combines images with the real-time view of the city.

www.haagsetoren.nl

And many more…

It goes without saying that there are many more excellent boardrooms available throughout the country that could have easily made this list as well. I had the luxury to pick from a wide array of beautiful venues and extraordinary facilities, yet the difficult task to narrow it down to only ten.

Which exclusive venue is missing from this list according to you? Share your tips!

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2 thoughts on “Holland’s 10 finest boardrooms (part 2): the best is only good enough to ensure a success

  1. Thank you, I’ve just been searching for information approximately this topic for a while and yours is the greatest I’ve found
    out till now. However, what concerning the bottom line?
    Are you sure about the source?

    • Thanks for your comment, I’m glad that you find this post helpful. Concerning the bottom line: this top 10 is based on my personal preferences for venues. You can see it more as a recommendation than as official statistics. If you want more information about that topic say so. Maybe I can help you out.

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