4 starsDe Veluwe, Netherlands

Golden Tulip Arnhem-Doorwerth is situated in the wooded Veluwe area in between Arnhem and Wageningen. There are 2 swimming pools and a playroom for children. The spacious rooms and suites are modern in style and have a bath and work desk. Wi-Fi is free of charge in all public areas of the hotel.

The 4 star Golden Tulip Hotel Doorwerth is situated at the south part of the Veluwe, in a park of 10 hectares, in a small village Doorwerth. The comfortable shopping city Arnhem lies at a stone's throw of the hotel. The attractions Burgers? Zoo, the Open Air museum, the Ouwehands Dierenpark and the National Park de Hoge Veluwe (Kroller Muller Museum) are located nearby the hotel. The castle Doorwerth is situated at circa 3 kilometers of the hotel.

The hotel has 118 hotel rooms of which 71 comfort rooms. All rooms come with bathroom, shower and toilet, phone, television, WIFI, Hairdryer and minibar.

There are various free facilities, including an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a sunbathing area, all-weather tennis courts and a sauna. There is also a sun bed including a facial tanner and body cooler which can be used for an extra charge.



Distance to sports venue: 750 Meters

The hotel possesses two official football grounds. Both are situated at 600 metres from the hotel. All required practice materials, like a massage area and fitness area, are present in the hotel.

Pitch 1 - Natural Grass (FIFA Size)
Pitch 2 - Natural Grass (FIFA Size)

About De Veluwe

National Park De Hoge Veluwe is one of the Netherlands' oldest and largest national parks. It consists of no less than 5,500 hectares of woodland, heathland, lakes and driftsand. Together with the Kroller-Muller Museum and the sculpture garden it offers a unique combination of nature, art and architecture. De Hoge Veluwe is a park where visitors can still find plenty of space and peace. Where you can walk undisturbed for hours, or cycle using one of the free white bicycle. It is home to many endangered plant and animal species. Have you ever come face to face with a red deer, moufflon or roe deer?