Our unique layout combines former harbour related buildings and contemporary architecture with culture and pioneering spirit. Plenary presentations, workshops, panel discussions, networking events and gala dinners will have even more impact because content and surroundings reinforce each other. Rotterdam Congress Pier contributes to that impact by pairing each program to its ideal location. From the former Holland America Line board room to a floating pavilion and from theatre to industrial hall.
A breath of fresh air
Rotterdam Congress Pier encourages to explore the outdoors. Take your coffee to go and walk alongside the wharf on your way to the keynote speech or have your lunch on the grass and enjoy the breath-taking views on the river Maas. A conference or event at Rotterdam Congress Pier stimulates unexpected encounters and literally provides a breath of fresh air so you can start your next session with renewed focus
A success of each congress
We would love to tell you more about our congress venue, our extensive and innovative facilities and technical possibilities, our catering concepts ánd the on site hotels. We invite you to come and experience our pier yourself. But of course you can also send us an email or telephone us first. You can contact us by +31(0)10 203 04 83 and info@RotterdamCongressPier.nl.
Our enthusiastic project team is committed to make a success of each and every congress we host.
Rotterdam Congress Pier is centrally located and easily accessed by car, water taxi and public transport. Rotterdam The Hague Airport is only 10 kilometres away and the train from Schiphol Airport takes just 26 minutes to the central station. Parking space is widely available on and around the pier.
This is Rotterdam
A city with an outspoken character, dynamic and ever changing. A modern harbour city with room for innovation and entrepreneurship. Bold, lively, cultural and culinary. A metropolis where ideas are dreamed up and brought to life. Young, ambitious and unexpected: this is Rotterdam. The international community is starting to take notice as well: read what Lonely Planet, Rough Guides and The New York Times are writing about Rotterdam.