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About this property
This property provides a variety of luxurious serviced Houses & Apartments which offers real cost savings, greater flexibility and a more comfortable living environment for private individuals and business users alike. .
Guests staying here are guaranteed the highest level of service and quality expected from an apart-hotel or serviced residence, while benefiting from the space and additional comfort a house or an apartment offers.
Residence32 HQ is located centrally in Eindhoven, benefiting from excellent access to transport networks, local amenities and key business areas like the “High Tech Campus (HTC)” and “Technical University Eindhoven (TUE)”. In addition to secure access, we offer private indoor parking underneath our main building with surveillance cameras connected to our own reception-desk on site.
Discover why our serviced houses & apartments are the smarter alternative to hotels centrally located, close to business parks, shopping areas and transport networks, for maximum convenience cost-effective, offering outstanding value for corporate clients and their guests.
Spacious living areas, featuring full audio visual entertainment systems and high speed wireless broadband, fully equipped kitchens offering the flexibility to prepare food or entertain in the privacy of the house or apartment.
Learn About This Location
Eindhoven is one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands, but you’d never know it from the high-tech industry and cutting-edge design it’s currently known for. If you have kids obsessed by all things wheeled, they will love the trucks at the DAF Museum.
A mere village in 1900, Eindhoven grew exponentially thanks to electronics giant Philips, founded here in 1891, to become the Netherlands' fifth-largest city. During the 1990s, Philips moved to Amsterdam, but Eindhoven remains a centre of high-tech research and industry with a top technology institute, and is a magnet for 'knowledge workers' from abroad. Due in part to the presence of all the brainiacs, Eindhoven fairly buzzes with cultural activity, much of which revolves around the renovated shell of the former Philips complex. The Dutch Design Academy is ensconced in the ex-Philips lamp factory (locally known as the 'White Lady'), and Dutch Design Week is a major event held here in October. But it is perhaps best known to frugal travelers for the many budget carriers serving its airport, and early departures are reason enough to overnight it here.