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Amersfoort, NH, Netherlands, 2007/12/28 - Golden Tulip welcomes its 82nd hotel to its Dutch portfolio, the Golden Tulip Avegoor, effective as per December 11th 2007.
Golden Tulip Hospitality Group is pleased to announce the addition of Golden Tulip Avegoor to its portfolio of operated hotels.
The Golden Tulip Avegoor, previously known as Hotel Landgoed Avegoor, is a historical estate with a rich history. The impressive building dates from 1356 and belonged from 1648 till 1800 to the Dutch royal family Van Oranje. Today the hotel offers 73 luxurious and state of the art guestrooms, including 5 suites offered in five different styles: Modern white, Timeless chique, Comfort XL, Business Suite and Modern Classic.
Further facilities include:
• Exclusive and award winning Giga's and NOON restaurant, and the popular MAX bar & grill
• A rich variety of Banquet and state of the art conference room
• Indoor and heated swimming pool, sauna and solarium
• Tennis courts
• Leisure facilities and services such as hiking routes and bicycle rental
• Free parking
Hans Kennedie, President & C.E.O of Golden Tulip Hospitality comments: “I am very pleased with this hotel. Today the Landgoed symbolizes the new way of modern and stylish hospitality in an environment with traditional setting. Besides the continuation with the Golden Tulip Avegoor, Alfred de Bruijn will also spend time in product innovation initiatives in other hotels of our chain.. The founder Alfred de Bruijn, who has created this unique hotel and restaurant will stay on board with us as shareholder to integrate various Golden Tulip concepts in the hotel over time. This hotel brings yet another destination to our portfolio offering our brand and standards in over 59 cities in The Netherlands.”
Alfred de Bruijn, the creator of Avegoor, adds: “After 15 years of continuous product and service innovation, there comes a time that one has to think of the next generation hotel management. There is no doubt in my mind that this future has to be with a quality chain. Today in The Netherlands and Europe, Golden Tulip is the right answer. The respect for tradition and staff, mixed with state of the art management systems and formulas is making Golden Tulip the justified choice for the future. That applies for the hotel, the staff, the guests and myself.”