Covid measures for meetings and events in The Hague
Important notes regarding hosting and attending business events and congresses
On 13 October the Dutch Government has announced extra measures for the coming weeks to control the spread of the coronavirus. The Netherlands will enter a partial lockdown for a period of four weeks beginning on Wednesday 14 October at 10 p.m. in an attempt to reduce the impact on the healthcare sector, so that care unrelated to coronavirus and Covid-19 can continue.
From 14 October 10 PM:
For the most part, all events will be forbidden. As it goes for congresses and trade-shows those may be planned following the strict guidelines, such as a maximum of 30 people per room and at a distance of 1.5 meters in dedicated corona safe spaces.
- Cafes and restaurants are closed including the terraces and the coffee shops, but takeaway points are allowed.
- Read more about the measures here (English). In Dutch the official information can be found here (Dutch).
The Hague Meetings and Events are Innovating & Reopening
- The Hague meetings and events are opening safely according to the new standards, as well as offering hybrid events opportunities.
Venues in The Hague are implementing various initiatives in order to allow virtual, hybrid and in-person events to take place.
Visit this page for a general overview of our meeting venues.
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Fokker Terminal is offering hybrid event opportunities, check out the video below.
NH Hotel and Conference centre The Hague
NH Hotel is showing a virtual tour of its meeting facilities. Check out the video below.
Louwman Museum is offering different meetings opportunities, according to the new standards, check out the video below.
Zuiderstrandtheater has a virtual tour of its meeting facilities. Check out the video below.
Bilderberg Europa Hotel
Check out the hybrid events opportunities at this hotel, right on the boulevard of the lively resort of Scheveningen.