Hotel Parkzicht Eindhoven
Between city and nature
Hotel Parkzicht is a fantastic place to get familiar with Eindhoven, located exactly in-between the city and nature. The building, constructed in 1930 commissioned by Philips to house their employees, has been transformed into a beautiful hotel. Eindhoven is world renown as the light and design city. However, Brabanders are known in the Netherlands as Burgundians. They are known to enjoy life to the fullest. Good food and drinks is therefore a necessity. The sincere interest in and for the attention of our guests. That is what hotel Parkzicht is known for. Nicky and Derk van Westenbrugge have been implementing innovations for over ten years. They completely renovated the restaurant and reallocated it on the market as Thym by Parkzicht. Whilst the hotel rooms have also been renovated. At this moment, Parkzicht is known as the Burgundy hotspot in Eindhoven, a place where you feel at home.
Prepared with love and expertise
Thym is that established place in Eindhoven that makes you feel at home in an instant, even though you are new to the area. With a redecorated interior Thym serves its guests high quality artisanal French à la carte dishes, as the actual French once intended. The seasonal French cuisine is prepared with love and knowledge and is accompanied by a great wine picked by our sommelier. During the spring and summer we have a sunny terrace which is available for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You are welcome for every occasion, leisure or business. From early in the morning until late in the evenings, from freshly baked croissants to bouillabaisse, from a good cup of coffee to outstanding wines. You'll always feel welcome at Thym.
KEY FEATURES AND SERVICES
Special features in the region
City of light
“Feel at home at Hotel Parkzicht.”
"Make sure to take a walk and unwind in the beautiful parks in the surrounding of the hotel or take a short walk to the vibrant city centre. Feel at home at Hotel Parkzicht."
Host: Jordey Claelers (hotelmanager)
Chef: Stef de Schaaf