Euro Song Festival 2021 – Ahoy Convention Centre
Rotterdam Ahoy is a main events venue, with an arena, a conference centre and festival and event hall. The venue has 2000 parking spaces, for which there is a charge, so you may have to make other arrangements for parking during the festival as spaces are likely to be filled very quickly, for example leaving your car at your hotel or parking in another car park nearby.
The venue’s accessibility is good by bike, bus and metro, there are bus and metro stations nearby and the venue is close to the airport.
The site is accessible to disabled people, with disabled parking near the entrance, and a wheelchair loan service, as well as accessible toilets and a special seating area for disabled people, it is best to arrange in advance for the seating. The site has cash points, designated outside smoking areas, an ATM, two restaurants, bars, and a cloakroom.
Book the Very Best Accommodation
If you are thinking of going to the 65th Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam in 2021, make sure you book your travel and hotel well in advance, as everything will be sold out in the run up to the festival, especially hotels. The 2021 Eurovision Song Contest is held at Rotterdam Ahoy between May 18th and 22nd 2021.
Rotterdam and the surrounding area has a variety of hotels, from budget hostels to Boutique and chain hotels, so there is a hotel for everyone for the Eurovision Song Contest as long as you book ahead. Hotels are already selling out for the festival so book now. There are many hotels within easy reach of Rotterdam Ahoy for the festival, in all sorts of wonderful designs and styles, depending on your budget and taste.
Hotels near the Ahoy arena are greatly variable, with several hostels available for 19 to 30 Euros per night. This being Rotterdam, you also have the unique option of hotel accommodation on boats or a ship, the SS Rotterdam; certainly a memorable part of any trip. There are also more select options such as the Holiday Inn and the Marriot Hotel, and there are mid range hotels as well, such as Hotel Baan, as well as a variety of private rental apartments available. So if you are looking for somewhere to stay near the Ahoy, you will be spoilt for choice. There are too many hotels to mention.
Rotterdam is the Netherlands’ second largest city, so as well as enjoying the Eurovision Song Contest,why not take time out to explore> The city is beautiful with art and colour, set on the waterways and boasting 7 day shopping, great nightlife and eating out, museums, city tours on land and water, and more. Pancake boats and walks of fame, tours of the port and cube houses; there is something for everyone, and it is family friendly too.
There is an abundance of accommodation in Rotterdam The Netherlands, from cheap and budget to luxury, suitable for families, couples and singles, but book well in advance for the Eurovision Song Contest as demand will be high.