The 2014 Dutch Open Darts will be played in a new venue - De Bonte Wever Assen - which is the sports and entertainment centre of north Holland.
It is a key component in the staging of the 36th Dutch Open Darts, which will be played from January 31st to February 2nd, 2014.
De Bonte Wever Assen is a beautiful venue in a perfect location, complete with 4-star hotel accommodation, an atmospheric event hall, an indoor 'barstreet' with various kinds of pubs and bars, several restaurants, and sub-tropical swimming and sauna facilities...and much more!
Niels de Ruiter, Tournament Director says:"The Dutch Darts Association is very pleased with the transition to De Bonte Wever. It is extremely important to continue exploring new opportunities for this wonderful event and the new venue has plenty of space, good hotel facilities and is the perfect setting to create the atmosphere that suits the event."
The NDB recognises De Bonte Wever as a professional venue partner with extensive experience.
"Thanks to the range of facilities on offer, De Bonte Wever provides Dutch Open Darts with excellent scope to build on the popularity of the biggest darts open in Europe", adds Sijmon Timmers, President of the NDB.
Christa de Ruiter, Director of De Bonte Wever, says: "We are very pleased to welcome the Dutch Open Darts to Assen. The tournament complements our company perfectly and we will be making every effort to provide players, officials and fans the best darts experience possible.
"Every year we organize a number of major sporting events, including the World Cup Latin & Ballroom Dance championships, and the World Cup Ice Speedway. The Dutch Open Darts will be a perfect addition to our events calender in 2014."
It is now possible to make a reservation at De Bonte Wever or at one of the other hotels. There is also a holiday park nearby. The NDB has special pricing agreements for all players and spectators. All accommodation can be found via the following websites:
Registration for the Dutch Open Darts 2014 will be possible soon! You can follow the Dutch Open Darts on Twitter and Facebook.
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