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Hotel Zwanenburg

Olmenlaan 52 1161 JX Zwanenburg

Hotel Description:

Business hours of reception: from 05:30 a.m. to 01:00 a.m.
The hotel is reachable 24 hours by phone.

The Hotel Zwanenburg is situated in the old part of the centre of the cosy rural village of Zwanenburg, which is only a short distance from Amsterdam and the international airport of Schiphol away.

The hotel has 47 convenient three-star guestrooms including luxurious King's Rooms and a romantic Bridal Suite. All rooms are equipped with private bathrooms, telephone, TV, radio, personal safe and internet access.

The food is a successful fusion of local and international cuisines that create a blend of aromas and tastes that will suit even the fussiest of palates.

During a stay at Hotel Zwanenburg, guests can take countless day trips around the village. Amsterdam and Haarlem are only a 15-minutes' drive from the hotel. Culture and history may prove to be a welcome change from a day on the beach. The town of Zandvoort can be reached within 30 minutes. The tulip fields of the Keukenhof in Lisse can also be reached within half an hour.

Details on distance (in km/miles)
  9 / 5.59
9 / 5.59
  Station:   4 / 2.49  
Hotel features/particularities
  • Double room: 40
  • Medical treatment
  • Laundry service
  • Safe at the reception desk
  • Complimentary car park
  • Suite: 7
  • Business Level
  • Fire place/Library
  • W Lan
  • Pets permitted (EUR 15,00 per day)
  • conference rooms: 2 (max. number of persons: 94)
  • Wake up service
  • Parking
  • car park (with costs)
    Room features
  • Hairdryer
  • Desk
  • Internet connection
  • Non smoking rooms
  • Shower
  • Radio
  • Phone
  • TV
  • Baby cot available
  • Safe
  • Sat TV
  • Bathroom
  • Restaurant
  • Vegetarian food
  • Diabetic food
  • Bar
    Accepted credit card payment
  • MasterCard/EuroCard
  • DinersClub
  • AmericanExpress
  • EC-Card (Electronic Cash)
  • Visa


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