Corendon Hotels & Resorts has been operational since 2014. We offer personal service in innovative hotels and resorts at prime locations. Our aim is to ensure that guests want to come back and our reliable, friendly and service-orientated teams work extremely hard to exceed our guests’ expectations. Corporate social responsibility and sustainability are central to our philosophy.
Corendon Hotels & Resorts currently has three hotels in Amsterdam and around it: Corendon Village Hotel Amsterdam, Corendon City Hotel Amsterdam and The College Hotel. With three different hotels in The Netherlands, we can find a match with different clients, guests and segments. Besides this, Corendon Hotels & Resorts has 6 hotels in other countries: Stella Maris Ibiza, Livingstone Jan Thiel Beach Resort, Grand Park Lara, Grand Park Kemer, Grand Park Bodrum and Premier Solto.
What do you offer to international companies that come to establish themselves in the Netherlands?
Our hotels in and around Amsterdam are perfect for business guests and companies who are looking for a comfortable stay, good business lunches and dinners or meeting locations. Our experienced Corendon Hosts will take care of every detail to ensure a successful and productive meeting in one of our Dutch Hotels.
Corendon Village Hotel Amsterdam consists of three separate buildings: Plaza, Urban and Apartments. With 298 serviced apartments as part of our Corendon Village Hotel, we can offer guests a temporary stay to settle in and start their live as a Dutchmen. In Apartments you will enjoy the privacy of an apartment while experiencing the luxury of a hotel, including the hotel facilities of Plaza. With warm colors and stylish furnishings, the modern apartments feel like a home away from home.
What advice would you give to a company that comes here?
Take your time when relocating to The Netherlands! Relocating a company has many consequences for the employees. Make sure everything regarding the employees is settled and clear, so they know what will change for them. Don’t rush, this will result in a lot of questions and stress situations.
Juliën van Nimwegen