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Somewhere to stay

The Euro 2000 Foundation offers help on hotel rooms
With something like a million supporters expected to travel to Belgium and the Netherlands, accommodation will clearly be at a premium during the European Championships.

Advice and bookings can be obtained through the Accommodation and Catering department of the Euro 2000 Foundation.

Belgian travel agent De Boeck and another in the Netherlands, Advanced Travel Partners, have worked closely with the Foundation to establish a database of available accommodation.

These agents have contracted about 270 Belgian and Dutch three to five-star hotels, which together offer some 15,000 hotel rooms.

The hotels are divided into eight regions where the matches will take place.

EURO 2000 Accommodation Agency
Lakenblekerstraat 49
1431 GE Aalsmeer
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 297 388 000
Fax: +31 297 388 001
email: E2000AA@atp.nl

Intermediary of Tour Operators (ITO) can also assist with accommodation:
Eisenhowerlaan 146
2517 KP The Hague
Tel: +31 70 352 4534
Fax: +31 70 354 8827
email: main@itotours.nl
web Site: www.itotours.nl

For the Netherlands, accommodation can also be sought at: http://www.hotelres.nl


Classification system

The Benelux countries have a specific classification system for accommodation:

  • Signed with an "h": this type is a very plain hotel, meeting all safety requirements and providing moderate standards of comfort. There is at least one bathroom for every ten rooms and it is accessible to guests at night.

  • One star: A plain hotel providing washstands with hot and cold water in every room. Breakfast facilities available.

  • Two stars: Average class hotel, with private bath and WC in at least 25% of rooms, luggage handling facilities, food and drink available.

  • Three stars: Very good hotel, with lift where there are more than two floors, day reception, guest wing (food and drink optional)

  • Four stars: First class hotel with lift, facilities for breakfast in the room, day and night reception, telephone in every room, radio and bar.

  • Five stars: Luxury hotel. Meets the highest standards of comfort, amenities and service. 24-hour room service, la carte restaurant, gift shop, parking and luggage service, excursion and theatre booking service.

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