CAFÉS, RESTAURANTS AND CANTEENS
The restaurants and canteens on the campus are freely accessible: staff, students and visitor are all welcome. All buildings are open on working days. On Saturdays, the Theatre Café, the Mensa and the Sports Canteen are open and on Sunday only the Sports Canteen is open. Please note: opening hours are shortened during holidays.
Payments can be made with a debit card. Payments in cash are not recommended, because a 10% charge will be applicable.
THE FACULTY CLUB
The quality restaurant of the University of Twente.
It serves extensive lunches and fine dinners. In fine weather you can enjoy its splendid terrace. The place to go if you want to indulge your guests - or yourself.
Location: Faculty Club, building no 42
The restaurant of the conference hotel. Breakfast, dinner and lunch served on request.
Location: Drienerburght, building no 44
You can enjoy a delicious cup of coffee and more in the Educafe of the Zilverling building.
Opening hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 - 18:00
SODEXO COFFEE CORNERS
An excellent cup of coffee (or tea), accompanied by a muffin if you want, is served at the Coffee Corners in the buildings Ravelijn and Waaier.
For a lunch sandwich, cup of soup or a hot snack, go to the canteens located in Spiegel (building 2), Ravelijn (building 10), Horst (building 20) and Waaier (building 12).
The restaurant at visitors centre The Gallery. A perfect lunch amid the dynamic atmosphere of startups and entrepeneurs.
Location: Gallery (building 17)
Mensa, the students restaurant, serves a hot meal, offering a daily choice of two dishes. Next to that, they always have a vegetarian dish available. You can also choose from a selection of sandwiches, salads or hot snacks.
The Mensa is located in the building Waaier (building 12).
The Theatre Café is a relaxed canteen with a good lunch assortment, located at the student boulevard. In fine weather, everyone will sit on the terrace outside. At night, the canteen is transformed into a beanery. From 5:00 pm you can order the day's special or a dish from the varied menu.
Location: Vrijhof, building no 47
Here you can enjoy your coffee, soft drink or beer, also during the weekends. You can find the Sports Centre at the heart of the campus.
Locations: Sports Centre (building no 49)
THE VESTING BAR
The students pub at the heart of the campus. Open every night from 9:00 pm. During the year, this is where many student parties and special events at night take place. The Vesting Bar is run and staffed exclusively by students. Open till late, or early...
Location: Bastille (building no 48)
SPENDING THE NIGHT
Drienerbrught is the conference hotel, offering 51 single rooms and 13 double rooms. The hotel has a central location on the campus. You can park right outside the hotel.
The Drienerburght Conference Hotel has its own website for bookings and information.
The Campus has seven log cabins available, with 105 beds in total (fifteen per cabin). The cabins are very suitable as informal group accommodations. Users of the log cabins can make use of "De Stall", a large indoor area for group activities.
- There is electricity in the log cabins.
- Division: ground floor: five bunkbeds with ten beds. First floor: five single beds.
- There are closets in the log cabins.
- The heating system in the cabins is provided only for keeping them frost-free.
- Guests will have to bring their own sleeping bags/eiderdowns, pillow cases, towels and matrass covers.
- Showers and toilets are accommodated in a separate sanitary block at 25 m of the cabins. There are separate facilities for men and women.
RESERVATIONS FOR LOG CABINS
One phone call with the Booking Office is sufficient for a first informal contact. After that you will receive an offer that suits your wishes.
DEPOSIT AND PAYMENT
A deposit of € 50,- per log cabin will be charged. Deposit and rent must be paid in advance. The deposit will be repaid after a joint check prior to your departure.
All agreements entered into by the Booking Office are subject to the reservation and cancellation conditions of the Booking Office (PDF) of the University of Twente.