Hotel De Echoput is situated in a historic location amidst the splendid nature of the Veluwe. Over four thousand acres of woods and heathlands surround the hotel. The crown estate of Het Loo is a vast terrain, which is partly privately owned by the crown bearer. The hotel takes its name from the nearby historical well that stems from the French era. The hotel itself is decorated in earthy tones and with beautiful materials contributing to a luxurious and elegant atmosphere. De Echoput was developed by Peter Klosse renowned for his game and wine pairings.
Van der Valk Hotel Apeldoorn - de Cantharel is situated close to the beautiful centre of Apeldoorn, the largest city in the 'De Veluwe' area. The hotel is located close to 'De Hoge Veluwe' National Park and is a perfect starting point for a good walk or bike ride. De Veluwe is the largest uninterrupted nature area in the Netherlands, offering an impressive array of flora and fauna.
Van der Valk Hotel Apeldoorn is a beautiful hotel that opened its doors in February 2018. It is located on the Landgoedlaan, which is easy to reach as it is very near to the A50 motorway. In addition, the pleasant centre of Apeldoorn is just a 12-minute bike ride away. For some more serious cycling or walking you can head over to the nearby Veluwe, a vast and forest-rich area of natural beauty! The hotel consists of 151 luxurious guest rooms equipped with all modern conveniences: a fridge, coffee machine, flatscreen television, airconditioning, and a bathroom with a freestanding bath and a large walk-in shower. There are ample free parking spaces at the hotel.
Would you like to experience how the well-to-do lived in 1900? Well, you can for a short moment at Hotel Pegasus Apeldoorn, established in a splendid Victorian building from 1896. The Victorian interior has - with a few pointers from a maid who worked here in 1910 - been returned to its former glory.
The luxurious Bilderberg Hotel De Keizerskroon lies within a stone's throw of Het Loo Palace. Hotel guests can make free use of an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, a Turkish steam bath and a gym. The hotel furthermore offers free parking facilities. Apeldoorn's chic city centre is a pleasant, short walk away. Its centre is teeming with trendy shops, cosy restaurants and entertainment venues. The surrounding stately woods are wonderful for walking and cycling. And naturally, a trip to Het Loo Palace is a must while staying in Bilderberg Hotel De Keizerskroon.
The family Hotel Berg en Bos is an excellent choice if you are looking for peace and relaxation in a wooded area. From the hotel it's easy to reach De Veluwe National Park, the Berg en Bos nature reserve and the Kroondomein estate, where you'll find Palace Het Loo. What's more, located within walking distance are the Orpheus Theater and the shops and restaurants in Apeldoorn's city centre.
Apeldoorn is the largest city in the nature area of De Veluwe, and is celebrated as the residence of the Dutch royal family. Queen Wilhelmina used to live in Paleis Het Loo, which is now open as a national museum. Those who enjoy walking or cycling will love the nearby Veluwe. Guests can explore this national park on white bikes that are freely available here. And well worth visiting in this park is the Kröller-Müller Museum, with its wonderful modern art collection.
The Fletcher Hotel Apeldoorn lies in one of the most beautiful quarters of Apeldoorn, only 10 minutes away from the city centre. It was built in the 19th century and was thoroughly renovated without losing its typical character and charme.
As a visitor to 'De Hoge Veluwe' you may use the so-called white bikes. The use of these bikes is free and will allow you to discover all that the park has to offer. For example, it is possible to pay a visit to the 'Kröller-Müller Museum', or the impressive hunting lodge St-Hubertus. This building has been designed by the famous architect Berlage, which has resulted in a synergy of beauty and functionality. Apeldoorn itself is also more than worth a visit. The inner city has many beautiful mansions and interesting museums. The impressive royal palace 'Het Loo' is one of the city's most famous attractions, but monkey zoo 'De Apenheul' and amusement park 'Koningin Julianatoren' are also well worth a visit.