February 7, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Grand Hotel Huis Ter Duin in Noordwijk, Netherlands
Invigorating ocean air drifts over the Grand Hotel Huis Ter Duin as cool fog begins to dissipate and bright rays of sunlight begin to warm the beach of Noordwijk, Netherlands. At this magnificent hotel, part of the LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, you can experience this majestic vision of the North Sea from the privacy of your own balcony, or from any of the comfortably appointed terraces. Just 20 minutes from Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, this 254-room hotel offers tranquil luxury with a small town feel. Each room is elegant in its simplicity of design, and offers all the >modern amenities guests could desire for. Watching the fog roll out to sea, the gentle coastal atmosphere will begin to warm you to your vacation as the sun begins to warm your skin.
Once situated in this seaside resort, head to the first floor for an amazing dining experience at Restaurant Latour, awarded with a coveted Michelin star. Here you will delight in a menu of the highest caliber, with some of the freshest seafood available, while taking in a gorgeous view of the sea. Or delight in your choice of restaurant venues with a more relaxed atmosphere directly on the beach and reminiscent of the Mediterranean, and rustic setting for lighter fare and cocktails. After a great meal head to some of the nearby dunes for a picturesque walk or bike ride, and take in the mild ocean climate for a relaxing afternoon. If you are feeling adventurous, The Grand Hotel is centrally located between Amsterdam, The Hague, and Rotterdam, and is the perfect staging point for a day trip to any of these historically and culturally eye-opening cities. At the end of the day marvel at this beachfront wonderland from one of the terrace's plush sun beds while you sip a refreshing cocktail and watch the sun go down over the beautiful North Sea.
Location of Grand Hotel Huis Ter Duin
Nearest Airport: AMS
Amenities for Grand Hotel Huis Ter Duin
- General Information
- Pet Friendly
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- Michelin-Starred Formal Restaurant
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Wellness Center
- Beach Club
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Meeting Rooms
- Kids Club
Reviews for Grand Hotel Huis Ter Duin
Stayed here for 3 nights with work. A fabulous hotel, right on the beach with good views in sea facing rooms . Bedding was good quality and very comfortable. Breakfast was good and food generally in the hotel was of a high standard. Staff very welcoming and helpful. Would definitely stay again for business or leisure
Nicola O - Fareham
I really want to like this hotel. Its a grand old hotel/resort. Even though it hasnt been updated in a grand number of years, it has somewhat cool to step back in time 50 years. Enormous property, rooms were clean. The bed was ok, however only has duvets, no top sheet on top of the bottom sheet, which is important to me. The pillows are ludicrously large, so fat, that it honestly hurt my neck to use. I asked for normal sized ones, and they provided slightly smaller, but still enormous. Did i mention the clowns? If you like clowns, this is the place for you...there are some bizarre paintings. It is original. Great location on the dutch coast. Plenty of beach. The food was good and not too expensive. The lobby bar is again old fashioned, like the entire hotel, it has some amount of charm. I hesitate to call this place a resort, as that may make your expectations too high. Keep your expectations low, its not bad, i would have given it 3 stars. However, they really messed up on the wake up calls. I always get them (travel internationally quite a bit) and count on them. One morning, they called me 30 minutes early. I should have taken this as a bad sign. However, not being very bright, i had them do a wake up my day of departure. They woke me up late, in fact my company bus to the airport was leaving and was solely waiting for me, luckily i had everything packed and was able to leave in literally 3 minutes. They then had the nerve to try and do a formal check out! I said no and ran on the bus, but essentially doing a walk of shame by colleagues and executives. I've never had this happen before, but it made me look bad in front of executives, and the hotel handled it poorly (tried to offer me free chocolates? as an apology) so i have to knock them down to 2 stars for this.
Ted R - Bolton, Massachusetts
This was my first 5-star hotel experience and it was certainly not disappointing. When you arrive by car there is someone to take the luggage from your car if you need. There is good indoor access from the garage to the hotel. Reception can be a little better they were all very friendly but receptionist was not very informative about all the facilities the hotel has when you check in. It was just a standard check-in you can expect in any other hotel. We booked a charming room with sea view. The room was very clean. The bed for me personally was too hard and the pillow too soft but my partner really liked it so it's something person related :) A nice thing about the tv is that you can connect your Samsung device with it so that you can also enjoy a movie or serie from your device on the big screen. There are Rituals amenities, bath rope and slippers. The shower is spacious. The art in the hotel is about clowns and it fits with the warm interior. On the -1 level you have a few shops and there is also a barber shop. There are 3 restaurants and a bar. One of the restaurants has a Michelin star. One restaurant is a beach house and is open every day of the year. Breakfast is really good and in a nice breakfast room with sea view. Another nice thing about the hotel is free use of sauna, steam bath and indoor swimming pool with a nice water temperature. You can also use them when you have checked out already. We will definitely come back but then in the summer months.
Broadwaybabe - Antwerp, Belgium
Being Dutch myself and knowing the 'grand' name this hotel has I can not escape to be disappointed. Yes, the lobby, bar, restaurant and terrace (not my taste stylewise) fit to the old name of this hotel. Service is ok at most but nothing extra. I admit service in the Netherlands is a difficult topic. But what strikes me are the rooms. Its well maintained but the bathroom is pathetic small and a shower....1990 maybe. Plastic block at the floor, flimsy drawing doors and you could not turn your bum. If you would use the toilet you would hurt yourself at the toilet roll holder etc. Though the rooms were not big they were ok but again depending on your taste, but management its 2017.....and you want to be a 5 star hotel, make some out of it instead of this old faded glory. Even worse was the breakfast. The hotel was clearly full and we were all in the banket room on the 1e floor. TERRIBLE, tables so close on top of each other and some folding tables set up with breakfast buffet. Slow clearing service etc etc. Its without any interest of aspiration to show you guest you try to be a high end hotel.A zoo would fit the experience. Personally I feel the hotel could be a little gem at the coast as we don't have so many like this with such location but it lacks effort to make it a luxury hotel with likewise rooms and service. Best of it all, Breakers the beach restaurant. But you don't need to stay at this hotel to eat there.
Roger S - Bloemendaal, The Netherlands
Right on the beach - great location. Excellent restaurant on the beach side of the hotel. Perfect spot for a summer vacation or conference. Parking is available and it is easy to access, although I needed google maps to find the hotel. The prices seem to vary, but it is a nice bit of luxury.
CamDea - Sydney, Australia