The Netherland Club of New York is housed in an elegant large Brownstone building centrally located in mid-town at 3 West 51st Street, between Fifth and Six Avenues, next to Rockefeller Plaza. The building was designed by architect Frederick Rhinelander King in 1934. It's one of the choice locations in Manhattan, easily accessible with public transport and 24-Hour parking garages.
As tenant of the 3 West Club we have access to a range of well equipped facilities that can accommodate large receptions, events, dinner parties, concert, conferences or more private settings (like weddings). It also has lodging accommodations (25 hotel rooms), a bar and dining room with a fine dining menu.
The Clubhouse has six rooms in different styles and sizes. The rooms are divided over nine floors of this monumental building
- The Grand Ballroom, second floor is used for the King's Birthday reception, Herring event, 'Sinterklaas' Party for children, Heineken with a Heart charity event and other larger parties.
- The Grand Salon, third floor is frequently used for political debates, stand-up comedians like Freek de Jonge, Micha Wertheim Paul van Vliet, Greg Shapiro, Dolf Jansen, De Partizanen, artists, politicians and other prominent members of Dutch society.
- On the fourth floor there is The Library. This room is frequently used for Board Meetings, and other smaller meetings. On this floor there is also the very intimate Lounge for Jazz and classical concerts, book presentations, grand piano concerts and for watching important Dutch soccer tournaments. The third room is The Lincoln Room, is excellent for business lunches, meetings and smaller presentation.
- On the ninth floor is The Solarium with a comfortable terrace and a unique view over St. Patrick's Cathedral at Fifth Avenue. In this room we regularly have our Heineken on the Terrace networking parties and meetings with the Dutch Financial Club.
Should you be interested in renting one of the rooms for private or business reasons please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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