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Hospitality & Leisure

In the catering industry, everything is about hospitality, atmosphere and of course good food and drink. The proper interior in your hotel, pub or restaurant creates an atmosphere in which your guests feel at ease. The interior is also a way of making your dining location stand out from the competition. If you are considering remodelling your catering facility, it is important to consider your guests and coordinate the interior design accordingly.

Van Keulen Interieurbouw offers everything you need to furnish your catering facility to your taste. Not just for ‘regular’ hotels, pubs and restaurants but also for company restaurants, canteens and snack bars.

We create what you imagine

Do you have special wishes for your catering facility? We build everything to measure in our state of the art production department. All we need is a design – and we can even do that for you. You determine the shape, colour and the materials used.

We provide all possible interior elements and offer a wide range of accessories. For example, we not only deliver complete bars and tap units but also wine racks, buffet tables and checkout counters too. All our products for your catering facility obviously comply with all the requirements relating to working conditions, sustainability and fire safety.

When creating your interior, we are happy to work alongside your architect, designer and contractor.

Catering interiors by the experts

Catering interiors are one of Van Keulen Interieurbouw’s specialisms. For decades we have been providing the interiors for catering facilities in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. You can see some examples on our references page.

If you would like to know more about Van Keulen Interieurbouw, please contact one of our consultants. They will be happy to advise you about the options.

Do you also have a challenging project? Then feel free to contact us.

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