Writer recommends Dutch hotel26.08.2009
Brits keen to visit a hotel where the staff are "eager to impress" can find exactly what they are looking for by heading on a ferry to Amsterdam.
Here they can check in to the College Hotel, where up-and-coming members of the tourism sector train on the job in luxury surroundings, reports Jon Holmes of the Times.
Mr Holmes made the trip to Holland to visit this establishment, which he described as "Top Gun for waiters".
He said: "The plan works brilliantly because the students are so eager to impress, supervised as they are by a handful of industry professionals."
The writer commented that he found his "every whim was catered for" during his stay, those looking for a relaxing holiday may be interested to hear.
He added that while those making the ferry trip to Amsterdam and heading to the College Hotel will find that it has five-star prices, they will also discover that its workers are keen and attentive, advising that this establishment is worth a visit, especially as the students come towards the end of their training.
While in Holland, holidaymakers may want to visit attractions such as the van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum.
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