3 starsNorth Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

At the edge of the old weaver city of Goch, in the midst of the Niederrhein nature reserve, this hotel has an activity center for conferences, sports and recreation. The 3-star superior hotel is a quietly situated, private sports hotel with active recreational facilities and optimal conference rooms with the latest technology for intensive seminars or incentives with attractive cultural and sports programs.

Only 20 minutes drive from Airport Weeze, 50 minutes to Dusseldorf Airport and 1 hour drive from Eindhoven Airport this hotel is ideally located to organize training camps for teams from many countries.

The hotel has 73 rooms, appartments and trainer rooms with 148 beds. All rooms are equipped with bath or shower, WC, hair-dryer, radio, telephone, TV, partly minibar and balcony.

For a more enjoyable stay, guests can take advantage of a variety of recreational facilities, including a panorama indoor swimmingpool, sauna, gym, squash, 2 badminiton courts, a bowling alley and tennis courts. Furthermore, there are 9 conference rooms at your disposal (partly with air-condition) and other event rooms.



Distance to sports venue: 10 Meters

Since 2001 a lot of amateur and professional clubs visited this hotel to prepare for their coming season. Top cultivated grass fields, one soccer hall with 2 artificial lawn and the awesome sport facilities direct in the house guarantee an ideal base for a pre season training camp.

Pitch 1 - Grass (FIFA Size) 5km distance
Pitch 2 - Grass (FIFA Size) 5km distance
Pitch 3 - Artificial (30x15m) Indoor
Pitch 4 - Artificial (30x15m) Indoor

About North Rhine-Westphalia

North Rhine-Westphalia (German: Nordrhein-Westfalen, usually shortened to NRW, official short form NW) is the westernmost and - in terms of population and economic output - the largest Federal State of Germany. North Rhine-Westphalia is situated in the Western part of Germany and shares borders with Belgium and the Netherlands. The state is centred on the sprawling Rhine-Ruhr urbanised region, which contains the cities of Düsseldorf, Bonn and Cologne as well as the Ruhr Area industrial complex. North Rhine-Westphalia was formed after the Second World War from culturally separate areas, Rhineland, Westphalia and Lippe.