Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre opens new meetings suite

The Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre has added ten extra meeting rooms next to the hotel.

Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre opens new meetings suite
Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre opens new meetings suite

'Meeting Centre 2', which can be booked with or without hotel rooms, has been designed to provide more availability to the corporate meeting market, which is currently expanding. In addition, special training packages will be created to cater for groups.

The service concept is described as ‘hotel service, even without hotel rooms’. While the soft opening took place last month, the official launch will be at the start of 2016. 

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