I stayed in one of the rooms, with a nice view on the sea. Rooms are large, with a small kitchenette. The rooms have double beds, and a good sofa. Bathroom is smallish, and a bit dirty (strange toilet smell).
Restaurant food is reasonably good, but drinks are poor (when asking for wine, we were offered one choice as there was nothing else. And the wine was very very very poor).
The town itself is based near the site of Hoogovens/Tata Steel, however you do not notice anything from that.
The hotel itself is practically on the beach, so for easy acces its good.
Internet is free.
Parking is a bit of a hassle, but I can imagine with summer season and a lot of guests trying to park close to the beach.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel-Restaurant Zeeduin is located at the edge of the village of Wijk aan Zee and just 50 meters from the beach. Wijk aan Zee boasts the broadest beach on the Dutch coast and is surrounded by an extensive dune area crossed by a number of bicycle paths and walking trails. This area is perfect for day trips, because you can easily reach Beverwijk (the Black Market), Ijmuiden (the harbor), Haarlem, Alkmaar (the cheese market) and even Amsterdam is close by. At the end of the day, you can relax in the sauna, solarium, lounge and patio. The attractive restaurant and the brasserie serve a wide variety of tasty dishes, something for everyone's taste. ... more less
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