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  • City of Utrecht

    After Amsterdam, Utrecht is the second monument city in the Netherlands and has the greatest density of cultural treasures in all the cities of Holland. Moreover, it is a shopping paradise and the city center offers numerous restaurants and cafes.

  • Bicycles

    The area is perfect for a bike ride followed by a delicious cappuccino at Theehuis Rhijnauwen. After a wonderful day outside, you can enjoy your stay in one of our luxurious rooms ...


  • Active & Sporty

    Active & Sporty

    Active during your stay? Houten and its surroundings have plenty to offer!

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  • Beatrix Theater

    Beatrix Theater

    The Beatrix Theater Utrecht is one of the busiest locations in Utrecht. With its central location next to the Central Station and various parking facilities within walking distance, the theater is easily accessible to everyone.

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  • For the kids!

    For the kids!

    A day trip to the playground, museum or to an indoor amusement park? During your stay at Hotel Houten - Utrecht, a range of possibilities are offered.

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  • Houten


    Estates, extensive nature, fruit orchards, the Kromme Rijn, meadows, cultural history and the flood plains along the Lek; you will find it all within cycling distance.

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  • Jaarbeurs Utrecht

    Jaarbeurs Utrecht

    Jaarbeurs Utrecht wants to be the Village Square in the Netherlands in 2015, which facilitates millions of unique meetings each year. So we are working hard on new construction and on special experience concepts. Combine your exhibition days with an overnight stay at Hotel Houten, free parking and free Wi-Fi just 10 minutes from the Jaarbeurs.

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  • Dutch Waterlinie

    Dutch Waterlinie

    The Nieuwe Hollandse Waterlinie is a unique historical defense line from 1815. The line is 85 kilometers and consists of some fifty forts and five fortified towns: Muiden, Weesp, Naarden, Gorinchem and Woudrichem. It is now a great cultural-historical experience.

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