Corona outbreak FAQ

We have compiled a list of questions and answers that you might like to know, but if your questions are not answered, we will be delighted to assist directly.

Updated February 2022

At Boutique Hotel 43 we are very aware of the situation created by the coronavirus outbreak. This page contains information for current and future guests. Do you have any questions after reading this page? Then do not hesitate to contact us. We are ready to answer all your questions.

What precautions have we taken against the coronavirus?

The health of our employees and guests is our highest priority. That is why we have taken various measures and have, among other things, adjusted our hygiene regulations. This also means that we no longer shake hands at reception or other times. We also encourage guests and our employees to follow the RIVM guidelines (National Institute for Public Health & Environment). Furthermore, we have tightened up our cleaning protocol.

To make your stay as comfortable as possible, we ask you to fully comply with our rules during your stay with us.

What does this mean for your stay in Boutique Hotel 43?

You can enjoy cycling and walking in the area or you can soak up the culture and museums in Zaanse Schans. Ask our staff for tips about excursions in our region. Restaurants and cafés are allowed to open again.

Is breakfast and dinner still served?

Resaurant DIGA is open daily from 10:00 until 21:00 for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests are asked to make a reservation in advance. 

How can I cancel my stay?

If you have booked a flexible rate, you can cancel your trip up to 1 day before the day of arrival (local time). Please contact the provider with whom you booked. Did you book directly with our hotel? Please contact us directly via or telephone number +31 (0)75 2040 335.

For non-refundable rates, you will not get your money back if you cancel. In certain cases you can change your reservation or receive a voucher. Please contact our reservations department by email: We also recommend that you contact your travel insurance if you want to know whether they will reimburse this.

Is contamination known among our employees or guests?

There have been no cases of contamination with any of our employees or guests. We remain highly alert to the health of our employees and guests. We continue to closely follow any developments, measures and regulations regarding the corona virus and we are committed to inform our employees and guests as well as possible.

What measures have been taken by the Dutch government?

The government provides daily updates on the measures it is taking to combat the spread of the virus. We follow the website of the RIVM (National Institute for Public Health & Environment) to stay informed:

Contact Info

For more information about the Corona outbreak, please contact us by phone: +31 (0)75 2040 335 or email: