Paviljoen De Witte
The sea. The salty air. A summer breeze. Paviljoen de Witte tells a story and if you're there, you're in the middle of it. That story goes back to 1826, when King William I had the structure built as a gift for his wife Queen Frederica Louise Wilhelmina
- 250 people
- Meeting rooms
- Largest meeting room
- Venue style
- Layout of the room
- Banquet, Meeting, Theatre
- Type of event
- Meeting, Social event
The architecture and decor of the pavilion appeal to the imagination: a regal, stylish décor and an always fascinating view of the sea. A wedding, corporate event, reception, formal cocktail or private dining - the frame of this beautiful environment combined with the excellent service and hospitality of the staff make every event organised at Paviljoen de Witte an unforgettable one.
For an occasion such as a meeting or conference, this venue crawls into the skin of your company, product or service. We want to know all the fine details so that we can connect your vision and mission seamlessly with our hospitality and location. Your message will be ours. And your event will be one with lasting impact.
Watch this video to find out more about Paviljoen De Witte in Scheveningen, an attraction situated in a majestic location, with a rich history. The temple-like country house on the dunes of Scheveningen dates back to 1826 and was a gift from King William I to his wife Queen Frederica Louise Wilhelmina. Nowadays it can also be used as a prime location for business events.
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