Hotel Leiden Van der Valk - Het Haagsche Schouw Restaurant
Van der Valk Hotel Leiden is more than a hotel with 80 luxury hotel rooms and suites; it is also a perfect location for business and festive meetings. A meeting, conference, training or presentation, a wedding or an exclusive party: for each occasion, there is a room to suit.
Van der Valk Hotel Leiden is situated at the edge of Leiden, close to the flower fields, the beach and the sea. The hotel is close to the A44 motorway (The Hague – Schiphol – Amsterdam). Hotelrestaurant het Haagsche Schouw is originally from 1629. It is magnificently situated: immediately adjacent to Oude Rijn with an open water route to downtown Leiden and a wide-open view over the river and boats passing by. The hotel has a Golden Green Key certificate in the field of sustainability and care for nature and the environment.
Van der Valk Hotel Leiden provides stylish rooms for business gatherings such as meetings, conferences, training courses or presentations up to 200 people. In the historical part of the hotel, you can find 5 luxury boardrooms with daylight lighting, leather armchairs, integrated equipment, a flip-chart and a Nespresso coffee maker. The 5 multi-functional meeting rooms, with comfortable armchairs, have natural daylight, sound equipment, video projector and screen and a view over the Oude Rijn. Fast internet enables the option for video-conferencing. There are various meeting packages.
The hotel can also be booked for receptions, high tea, informal drinks, dinners and complete party nights in the characteristic historical hotel bar with patio, the restaurant or in rooms overlooking the Rhine. A modern, open kitchen is the heart of Het Haagsche Schouw Restaurant. As soon as the weather permits, the patio alongside the water is also open for guests to enjoy.
The hotel provides a shuttle service to the Bio Science Park and Central Station. From the waterfront, companies can take a boat tour or catch a water taxi to the city centre of Leiden. There is ample free parking space.