The city of Utrecht has various options for accomodation during the conference. Here we suggest some hotels and hostels that are close to the conference venue. Please note that you have to arrange your own accomodation during the conference. If you have any questions about accomodation please don’t hesitate tot contact us ([email protected]).

1. NH Centre Utrecht (Jankskerkhof 10, Utrecht)
The NH Centre Utrecht hotel is  right in the heart of the old town, close to shops, bars and restaurants. Culture lovers and sightseers will find Utrecht’s museums and famous Dom Tower within easy walking distance. The building itself dates back to 1780, and has been frequented by everyone from composer Franz List to Dutch celebrities.

2. Hostel Strowis (Boothstraat 8, Utrecht)
This hostel located next to the conference venue. It offers beds as well as private rooms.
Looking for a pleasant and affordable place tot stay over in Utrecht? There is a low budget hostel situated in a quiet road in the old city centre. ‘Strowis’ is located in a listed seventeenth century building which still contains some of its original details such as chimneybreasts and shutters, providing a warm atmosphere and a pleasant place to spend the night

3. Stone Hotel & Hostel (Biltstraat 31, Utrecht)
Stone is an informal and bright hotel & hostel in the center of Utrecht, in the heart of the Netherlands. Stone is well situated for a holiday or business visit to the city. The flexible room layout and friendly atmosphere, makes the hotel & hostel very suitable for families, backpackers and groups. On the first floor, there are hostel rooms with bunk beds, which are rented or per bed per room for a group. On the second floor there are several nice hotel rooms for all budgets. Stone is within walking distance of the old city and is easily reached by car, bicycle or public transport. There is ample parking in the street and two parking garages around the corner. All rooms have a TV and free wireless internet.

4. Hotel de Admiraal (Admiraal van Gentstraat 11, Utrecht)
Hotel de Admiraal is a small hotel in a 19th century mansion with a lovely secluded garden. Located in a quiet residential area, we are only ten minutes away from the city centre and Utrecht University. Whether you are here to work, meet family, or enjoy the city, you are in for a pleasant and worthwhile stay. At De Admiraal, we care. First of all, we care for you and we want you to remember De Admiraal as a friendly place. The owners live in the hotel and it is as if you stay at their home, yet with the privacy and professional care you would expect from a hotel. Formally rated a two-star hotel, De Admiraal offers much more than that like free wireless internet and television, large rooms with mostly en suite facilities, free coffee and tea, and a complimentary afternoon drink (The Admiraal’s drink). Our care extends beyond our guests. We use ecological products as much as possible and develop the hotel in an environmentally sensitive way.

5. Apollo Hotel (Vredenburg 14, Utrecht)
Apollo Hotel Utrecht City Centre is located in the heart of Utrecht’s city centre right at the famous old canals, 300 meters walking distance from Utrecht Central Station and 90 meters from TivoliVredenburg. The hotel is the ideal base for experiencing the refreshing city of Utrecht. Our hotel has 90 rooms, each room comes with a private bathroom, a seating area and tea facilities. They are decorated with bright colours and modern lighting. Some rooms have a panoramic view on the surrounding city scenery. Every morning, Apollo Hotel City Centre offers an extensive breakfast buffet. In-room breakfast is available as well. Guests can catch up on e-mails at the Internet & Coffee Lounge with a free cup of coffee or tea.


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