Spend the last evening of the year in the trendiest port city of Europe. The impressive skyline of Rotterdam is the perfect backdrop for a spectacular year-end. Grab a bottle of champagne, choose a beautiful place and enjoy the National Fireworks at the Erasmus Bridge, the largest fireworks show in the Netherlands!
On the quay (Boompjeskade) you can sing along with the biggest hits from 2018 until twelve o’clock. With the pleasure of an ‘oliebol’, you will admire this experience with your family and friends and 60,000 other party passengers. You will count down to 2019. At precisely twelve o’clock, the largest and most impressive fireworks in the Netherlands will break away from the Erasmus bridge.
Onshore or water
To give you a few tips: Celebrate New Year’s Eve at the height of the Euromast. Every year, an extensive dinner is organized with live music and a toast at twelve o’clock. Or experience a fairytale-like annual change in the middle of the Meuse. Different boats organize New Year’s Eve parties, sailing around the Rotterdam harbor area and lakes near the Erasmus bridge, so you can watch the fireworks from the water. Do you prefer to go ashore? Most Rotterdam clubs and bars organize a special NYE party, so you have plenty of choices!
Experience the national fireworks at its best
One of the most beautiful places to celebrate New Year’s Eve is the NYE Event of Inntel Hotels Rotterdam Centre and Mainport by Inntel Hotels – located at the foot of the Erasmus Bridge. After a festive reception with Prosecco and an extensive dinner, it’s time for a decent party in the Panoramic Rooms on the 16th floor. The ceiling-to-floor windows offer a phenomenal view of the Meuse and Erasmus Bridge. No better place to enjoy the fireworks show! Obviously, you can also stay in these luxury hotels. The happening for the 2018/2019 New Year’s is almost sold out, so check out our specials quickly. Are you too late, no worries we are happy to welcome you next year!
Inntel Hotels Rotterdam Centre and Mainport offer different specials for the yearly festivity. Curious?