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The hotel is on the edge of the city and is easy to reach by car and public transport. Hampshire Hotel – Groningen Centre has its own multi-storey car park, which makes it even easier for business guests. Other practical services are free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, packed lunch service, free coffee and tea, cycle hire, 24-hour reception, laundry, dry-cleaning and ironing service, and the possibility to book massages.
Meetings in Groningen city centre
Whether it’s a meeting, training or conference, the five fully equipped rooms at Hampshire Hotel – Groningen Centre are multi-purpose. There is space for 2 to 150 people in the rooms. Each room is provided with modern audiovisual equipment. To make all the hard work more pleasant, there is an extensive range of coffee breaks, lunches, drinks, dinners or buffets from which you can choose. The hotel also has different meeting arrangements, which of course can also be combined with overnight stays.
Hampshire Hotels has compiled a number of attractive meeting deals for you. All required services are included and the price is per person. Nice and simple!
These are average prices subject to availability.
Minimum of 10 people.
|You will receive:||4 hour excl.
|4 hour incl.
|Plenary meeting room|
|Projector & screen|
|Flipchart, markers & paper|
|Notepads & pens|
|Unlimited coffee & tea|
|Hampshire Break (this is a morning or afternoon break with a snack)|
|Overnight stay including breakfast|
|Lunch (day 2)|
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|Trompzaal + Singelzaal||135||2,70 m||50||130||35||0||42||56||0|
Hampshire Hotel – Groningen Centre is ideal for a weekend in Groningen. It is situated on the edge of the historic city centre, so rather close to all the conviviality but not in the middle of all the bustle. You step out of the hotel and within a few minutes you arrive at the most attractive shops, convivial cafés, fantastic restaurants and interesting sights. One of the things you simply have to have on your list is the Groninger Museum. The much-discussed building from Italian architect Alessandro Mendini and three guest architects is worth a visit in itself.
Groningen has a lot to offer. You can climb the 97-metre-high Martinitoren, wander along the historic almshouses, canals and warehouses and enjoy a performance in the Stadsschouwburg or De Oosterpoort. If you want to leave the city, you can walk and cycle in the polders and nature reserves just outside Groningen. Here you can find impressive Mediaeval castles, such as the Fraeylemaborg. And after your busy day you can unwind in the cosy lounge at Hampshire Hotel – Groningen Centre.
Hampshire hotel – Groningen Centre is on the edge of the historic city centre of Groningen. Just a stone’s throw away you will find a host of interesting, fun and attractive things to do. You can shop till you drop, enjoy café terraces and wander through the university city. Other suggestions for a day in Groningen and surroundings:
It can’t go unmentioned: the Groninger Museum. Be surprised by the special exhibitions and impressive art collection. In Brugstraat there are two historic buildings from the fifteenth century: the Gotische Huis and the Canterhuis. These buildings are the home of the Noordelijk Scheepvaartmuseum, where the history of shipping from the Middle Ages comes to life. To meet your comic strip heroes, you can visit Het Nederlands Stripmuseum Groningen; from Donald Duck to Jan, Jans en de Kinderen; they are all there.
Places of interest
If you walk up the steps of the 97-metre-high Martinitoren, you are rewarded with a beautiful view across the city, and with good weather even across the whole province. The city also has some thirty almshouses, the courtyards of every one being an oasis of peace. The former monastery Prinsenhof is an impressive complex situated in the Martinikerkhof. At the rear is the Prinsentuin, a beautiful renaissance garden full of roses and herbs.
In Familiepark Nienoord near castle Nienoord children can play in the playground, or take a ride on a horse, tractor or scooter. Another fun amusement park for the kids is Sprookjeshof in Zuidlaren. It has a playground, children’s farm, gnome-themed clamber castle and a covered section, so it’s also a great day out if the weather’s poor.
The province of Groningen offers stunning cycle trips. A beautiful trip is the Hoogeland discovery route (20 kilometres) through North Groningen. The trip to Hoornse Plas is also beautiful. The hotel has bicycles for hire.
The stylish Grand Café in Hampshire Hotel – Groningen Centre offers you an extensive international breakfast buffet every morning. Crusty rolls, freshly pressed juices, freshly laid boiled eggs and a cup of coffee or tea for a great start to your day. The Grand Café is also open all day for a free cup of coffee or tea. Prefer a slow start? In the adjacent library you can retire for a while with a newspaper or book.