Park Plaza Utrecht unveils 6 million Euro transformation @ParkPlazaHotels

30 October 2019: Park Plaza Utrecht has officially re-opened its doors following a multi-million Euro repositioning project, bringing beautiful rooms and facilities to one of The Netherland’s most exciting “second cities.”

Adjacent to Central Station, the hotel is in a prime location for exploring the city and offers a sophisticated place to call ‘home’. The Dutch artistic movement of De Stijl has inspired Park Plaza Utrecht’s design transformation, with the new-look of its Executive Twin and Executive King rooms taking inspiration from acclaimed artists Mondrain and Rietveld to feature primary geometric forms and pure colours. Luxurious Egyptian cotton bedding, walk-in rainfall showers and smart TVs also feature to help every guest relax during their stay.

The hotel’s reception, restaurant and bar, fitness centre, 10 private meetings and events rooms have also been seen a complete design transformation as part of the project.

As Utrecht – the Netherlands’ fourth biggest city – undergoes a major redevelopment programme, there has never been a better time to visit. There is a wealth of things to do, whether exploring the gothic architecture of the Domtoren bell tower and the St. Martin Cathedral or navigating the canals that flow through the city. These are accompanied by a multitude of squares, bustling with restaurants, cafés and bars – perfect for a post-sightseeing hangout.

Boris Ivesha, President & Chief Executive Officer of PPHE Hotel Group, which owns and operates Park Plaza Utrecht, commented: “We are delighted to officially complete a 6 million Euro transformation of Park Plaza Utrecht’s interior design and product offering. Located adjacent to the Utrecht’s main train station, in the heart of the business district and within walking distance of the Jaarbeurs exhibition centre, this significantly upgraded hotel is a great base to work from, or explore all attractions Utrecht has to offer.”

Rates at Park Plaza Utrecht start at €149 per night based on a Superior Room. For further information and to book, visit: