Euromast - The Observatory Tower In Rotterdam Where Rooms Might Rock A LittleEuromast  

Your room is 367 feet (112 meters) high in the famous Euromast tower in Rotterdam. Decorated in elegant 60s style, the building is designed to bend slightly in strong winds, so you may even feel your room rocking slightly.

The room reflects the era when the tower was built, the 1960s; the architecture is also a fine example of the era's style.

The highest balcony in Rotterdam is all yours, and there is a Jacuzzi and rain shower for that extra feeling of luxury.

The Euromast tower offers one of the fastest ziplines in Europe, where you can travel at terrifying speeds of 62 mph (100 km/hour). And if that isn’t enough, why not abseil the 328 feet (100 meters) to the ground?

Lifts are for wimps! A tour guide will happily guide you around the tower and point out all the interesting historical landmarks of Rotterdam.

After finishing all that, you will want to dine in the extensively windowed restaurant at a cool 315 feet (96 meters) height.

Type: Tower

Designed by Hugh Maaskant, the Euromast's impressive structure was finished in 1960. It was for a special occasion, a flower exhibition in Rotterdam called the 1960 Floriade.

Euromast observation tower

The tower got an extra building atop its structure in 1970. The 279 feet tall (85 meters) revolving observation tower is where you can find today the panorama restaurant.

Euromast observation tower close-up

The additional structure raised Euromast's heigh to 606 feet (185 meters).

Euromast observation tower restaurant in the evening

The Euromast Brasserie offers incredible views of Rotterdam and is open all day. So you can come for a big brunch, lunch, or a romantic, wine-filled dinner.

Euromast observation tower restaurant panorama
Euromast observation tower dining room
Euromast restaurant sunset
Euromast business meeting room
Euromast hotel suite
Euromast bathroom
Jumping from the Euromast tower
Rotterdam panorama at night
Parkhaven 20, 3016 GM Rotterdam, Netherlands