If you are heading to Holland but want a vacation that is out of the box, there are plenty of interesting options. For starters, consider booking yourself on a flight that goes nowhere. The Vliegtuigsuite is a former German government plane that stands at the Teuge Airport. But this ex-government flying machine now offers a high-end luxury experience. The plane has been converted in a luxury suite and it is home to a Jacuzzi, a sauna, three flatscreen TVs, free wireless internet and hostess service. Guests can explore the authentic cockpit as well.
Moreover, you need not be stuck in your airplane suite either. Teuge Airport gives you easy access to the Veluwe nature reserve. You could even go swimming, fishing or horse-riding in nearby Bussloo.
Alternatively, book the Harlingen Lighthouse hotel for a romantic luxury vacation for two. The lower floor houses the bathroom, the middle floor houses the bedroom, and the dining area on the top floor offers a fantastic view.
If a cruise is more to your taste, check out the Cruise Hotel in Rotterdam. There is also the Somaya in Amsterdam’s Eastern Docklands. You can book the latter for a minimum of €370 for a three-night weekend.
You could also try out the new Superferries from Stena Line that cover the route between Harwich to the Hook of Holland. Each of these vessels houses 538 cabins, restaurants and even 12 dog kennels. Plus, you could try their “rail and sail” deal in the Dutchflyer. So you can purchase rail travel tickets from any station within the National Express East Anglia network, get a connecting ferry and head to any Netherlands rail station.
Via: Daily Mail