Capital of design and innovation
The Netherlands’ central hub of technology, innovation and design, always on the verge of developing! Back in 2010, the story of Holland2Stay started in this bustling city. Today, we offer more than 2,600 self-contained residences, ranging from studios and apartments to city lofts and luxurious penthouses. All our buildings are perfectly located within the ring road of Eindhoven, with easy access to public transportation and to the Eindhoven Airport!
Eindhoven is a vibrant city with countless shops, bars, restaurants and terraces. The city has the longest barstreet in the Benelux: Stratumseind or ‘Stratum’ for short. In this street you can find a variety of bars, cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs. However, Eindhoven has more to offer than its nightlife. The city is located in the heart of Brainport Eindhoven, a technology region in which companies, governments and educational institutions (such as TU/e - the Eindhoven University of Technology) work together for a better future. Eindhoven is also home to the High Tech Campus, the smartest km² in Europe, offering more than 220 companies the opportunity to develop future technologies.
With a variety of great academic programs and working opportunities, Eindhoven attracts students and professionals from all over the world. The rich cultural scene, lively night life, and intense shopping culture fuel the energetic vibe of the city. Explore our buildings here below!
Did you know that Eindhoven is also called the City of Light (Lichtstad)? Many people think this name comes from Philips in the city's history, but it is actually derived from the lucifer industry in Eindhoven. Still, Philips has left her legacy in the city. Former Philips offices and factories (like our buildings Victoriapark and Philips Bedrijfsschool) are transformed into residential complexes, museums, and restaurants. Most buildings even have special light effects during nighttime. Each year in November, international artists show beautiful light artworks through the city during Glow. And last but not least, Eindhoven is called Lampegat (light hamlet) during Dutch carnaval.