Meeting rooms

Organize your meeting in a historical building at a unique location. The Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus is located at the boulevard of Scheveningen and is easily accessible by public transport and by car. The hotel features 10 inspiring function rooms which are perfectly suitable for your meetings and events for up to 1,500 guests.

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An icon of grandeur and elegance, the Kurzaal reflects its rich history dating back to the early 20th century. Originally built as part of the Kurhaus complex in 1885, the hall served as the vibrant center of Scheveningen's seaside social scene. Over the years, the Kurzaal has welcomed countless guests, including royalty and celebrities.

950 SQM 120 80 350 600 280 1000 360
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Gallery North | South

From royal reception ceremonies to cultural gatherings, the gallery has hosted a range of memorable moments over the years and remains a tribute to the grandeur and allure of a bygone era, making it today an unforgettable destination for guests of the Kurhaus.

228 SQM 350 120
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Cor Ruys

Originally designed as a ballroom, with impressive chandeliers, columns and a mantelpiece in Rococo style make this one of the most exquisite rooms at The Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus. It serves as an official wedding location and is also perfect for a stylish dinner or exhibition.

160 SQM 50 36 80 120 70 120 70
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Jacob Pronk

The Jacob Pronk room in the Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus is a tribute to one of the original visionaries behind this iconic building. Jacob Pronk, a Dutch entrepreneur, played a crucial role in the creation of the Kurhaus in 1818. The hall has an adjustable stage, an adjacent terrace with a sea view and a foyer.

640 SQM 120 80 450 550 240 550 350
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Mirror Room

The Hall of Mirrors is a reflection of elegance and grandeur,  With its beautiful mirrors, glittering chandeliers and refined architecture, this room is a jewel of the Kurhaus. The business is also ideal as an official wedding venue and a great place for private dinners.

93 SQM 30 28 40 65 35 60 50
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The Conservatory in the Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus is an enchanting space, where the azure blue ceiling was painted by the artist Gerti Bierenbroodspot. Her artistic vision gives the space a unique charm and a sense of serenity. The view of the North Sea makes the Serre a beautiful location where guests can enjoy the harmony between art and nature.

140 SQM 40 30 40 80 50 100 70
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Jan Toorop

The Jan Toorop room in the Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus bears the name of the famous Dutch artist, whose influential work has left its mark on Dutch art history. In combination with the adjacent “Jacob Maris” room as a reception or break room, this room offers many possibilities.

250 SQM 50 46 120 200 120 200 150
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Jacob Maris

The Boardroom Jacob Maris bears the name of the famous Dutch painter Jacob Maris. Originally designed as a space for strategic meetings and discussions, the Jacob Maris has facilitated many important business meetings and decision-making processes over the years.

93 SQM 12
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Paul van Vliet

The Paul van Vliet room at the Grand Hotel Amrath Kurhaus is a tribute to one of the most beloved and iconic Dutch artists. Overlooking the square and the monumental Kurzaal, the Paul van Vliet room is a popular place for a private dinner or a confidential conversation.

25 SQM 6 10
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Louis Davids

The Louis Davids Salon at the Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus is named after the legendary Dutch artist, Louis Davids. Overlooking the square and the majestic Kurzaal, the Louis Davidszaal is a popular place for a private dinner or a confidential conversation.

25 SQM 6
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