Huis Ten Bosch is a theme park themed after Europe’s beautiful architecture, choosing which hotel to stay at can be difficult. Actually, the only hotel inside the theme park is the Hotel Amsterdam. Conveniently placed in the middle of the grounds, you can go to any of the attractions easily. Here we would like to introduce the Hotel Amsterdam.
The only hotel in the theme park
In Nagasaki’s Sasebo City is Huis Ten Bosch. There are many official hotels but only one is actually inside the theme park. Since many of the main attractions such as the ever popular 3D projection mapping exhibit, are very close you can enjoy the park till dark without getting tired.
In this picture you’ll see The Hotel Amsterdam on the left side. On the right you can see the Stad House, which houses the symbol of Huis Ten Bosch the flower clock. When night falls here you will find the legendary dragon of Stad House reborn in all its glory on the face of the building using state of the art 3D projection mapping technology.
The spacious atrium lobby
The first to greet you is the alluring lobby. With vaulted ceilings, and ample light from the atrium the feeling of spacious freedom is almost overwhelming! Every night you can enjoy a drink in the lounge with a side of concert musicians playing the violin or piano live. To the back of the lounge you come to the Oak Lounge, which is the only wine salon in the park.
Comfortable guest rooms, especially for the ladies.
The above image is of the triple standard room with a harbor view. A room adorably decorated, in pastel colors. Even though it’s a standard room it boasts a spacious 45sqm in space. The rest room and bathing area are separate and there is also a powder room with a three-way make up mirror. There are mirrors placed all around the room so there is no fighting over mirrors even if three women stayed at the same time.
On the top floor there is the Laura Ashley designed floor. Also, when you think of Holland you also think of Miffy the rabbit. There is a room here filled with Miffy products for your kids pleasure aptly called the Miffy Room.
Have breakfast at the buffet restaurant.
The hotel’s French restaurant “A Coeur Ouvert”, searches throughout the Kyushu area for the best of ingredients to present a French based menu. Dishes using fresh locally sourced ingredients fill the tables along with the bread baked with organic yeast. Having breakfast while viewing Huis Ten Bosch’s park or garden, is an experience in itself. We definitely suggest having an early breakfast so you can explore the park with leisure. Because the main gates of the theme park aren’t open yet you can experience it in quiet and take pictures without having people ruining perfect shots.
Huis Ten Bosch in the summer has lots to offer too!
The judges who determine the world’s best nightscapes found Huis Ten Bosch to be the number one in the overall entertainment section of the illumination ranking. That award winning nightscape is the “Summer Kingdom of Light” this 2014 will be held until September 12the. Also, not to miss is the 3D projection mapping display in sync with the virtual game “Taiko no Tatsujin” (Taiko Drum Master). Children and adults alike can have loads of fun at the “Kingdom of Adventure and Water”.
If the fun tires you out you can take a breather at the “A Coeur Ouvert Cafe” with some sweets. Look for these fashionable parasols.
Enjoy Huis Ten Bosch at a relaxed pace
Even though the theme park is large and it can be tiring, those of us with kids can be free to go back for a quick nap because of the hotel’s central location. How does enjoying Huis Ten Bosch at a relaxed pace at the chic and attractive Hotel Amsterdam sound to you?