We stayed there two or three times, the rooms are good but no choice for king size mattress here either (like many hotels un-fo). You can see the best things is used to give you luxury but to get to the room is difficult also a 10€ fee for late check out at 1pm though we arrived at 10pm day before dosent make you felel luxurious:-(They've redone the restaurant, upped the menu quite a bit, but remain flexible to offer that Golden Oldies that are no longer on the menu. The wifi is fine, the bathrooms large and with both bath and shower. (In still trying to find those pictures so i can place a review.
Bathrooms are very nice, big shower, tub, lots of complementary bathroom stuff. The location is great for those traveling by car with a useful car park.... Standard concept as for most van der Valk hotels: large rooms, good beds, all facilities that are expected in an up-to-date hotel. Especially the special arrangements as found on the hotel website offer very good value for money. 🤔) Ive booked this hotel voor 2 nights because it was convenient because it was closer for me to travel from Assen to Beilen and Lochem instead of Amsterdam to Beilen and Lochem....
"It was nice just to stay on the bike,” Miller said afterwards. The crash elevated Marquez into an unlikely lead, but an even bigger surprise was around the corner – literally.
At Assen people were discussing when he would wrap up the crown – with four races to spare seemed the most likely outcome.
Final practice undid all that (no qualifying in those days).
Jack Miller won a dramatic Dutch TT to seal his first ever Moto GP victory in a rain-affected race at Assen that saw three different riders crash out of the lead, including nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi.
21-year-old Miller took advantage of the chaos unfolding in front of him as well as a red flag and restart when severe weather hit the circuit, located south of the city of Groningen, to seize the lead and spark wild celebrations among the Marc VDS Honda team.
With 12 laps remaining, Petrucci hit the front as he dived underneath Dovizioso at the end of the back straight, but by the time he made it round to the finish line to start his next lap, the red flags were out to halt the race as the rain had become too heavy to ensure the riders could compete in a safe manner.
It meant that the race was halted at the end of lap 14, with Dovizioso restarting on pole ahead of Petrucci, Rossi and Redding. The Colombian fell as a result of the rain returning, with the Assen track soon resembling a lake with 13 laps still to go. Any hopes Dovizioso had of disappearing into the distance failed to materialise, as the charging Ducatis of Danilo Petrucci and Redding quickly passed Rossi and caught the leading Italian. With Dovizioso passing Rossi for second on the start-finish straight, he suddenly found himself leading the race. "This race was all about getting points," said the Spaniard.Hernandez had lost the front as he ran into turn one, and despite dragging himself out of the gravel trap to continue, he was outside of the top 20 with the Colombian holding his head in despair at letting the opportunity slip, before crashing for a second time to end his afternoon. de standen en uitslagen van de diverse leagues op de site te vermelden en informatie over de vereniging en informatie en van de NBF te communiceren.