About Cruise Terminal Rotterdam
Rotterdam Cruise Terminal is on the Wilhelmina Pier in the Kop van Zuid district. The building was originally the arrivals and departures hall for the Holland America Line steam ships leaving on their transatlantic voyages in days gone by. Hundreds of thousands of immigrants left from here to travel to New York. Nowadays, international cruise ships drop anchor to moor along the quay.
The functional industrial architecture has been adapted to modern demands and the building has been used in recent decades as a venue for parties, congresses and fairs. It is a striking edifice featuring a row of large arched constructions and frontage of huge windows. The five available arched sections of the building can be rented individually making it possible to stage events for anything from 100 to 3,000 people. The ceiling height ranges from four to eight metres and the interior can be set up according to the requirements of the client.
The largest individual hall can hold a maximum of 1,000 when set up as a theatre and 1,000 when a dining area. The halls all have Wi-Fi coverage free of charge.
Catering at Rotterdam Cruise Terminal is provided by Ma Guise Catering and/or Maitre Frederic Supreme Catering. The two companies’ differing styles supplement each other well.
Rotterdam Cruise Terminal is easily accessible by public transport: metro, bus and water taxi stops are at walking distance from the site. There is also sufficient (paid) car parking immediately around the building.
Visit this location by means of a Virtual Reality Tour. Click here for the tour.