The history of hotel the Goderië starts in 1907 when Mr and Mrs Goderië started a hotel in Roosendaal. This family ran the hotel for 75 years.
In 1982 the hotel was taken over by the Cremers family. They decided to give the hotel a theme. Because the hotel is situated opposite the station, they opted for the idea of decorating in the style of international trains.
The hotel has been part of the Best Western hotel chain since 1987. The main reason behind this was to widen the reputation, especially on an international level.
In January 1998, Mr Guillaume Cremers and Mrs Antoinette Cremers took over the management.
Through the years, many changes have taken place:
Opening of hotel ‘the Goderië'
Takeover by the Cremers family
Joining the international hotel chain ‘Best Western'
Building of extension third and fourth floors
Takeover by the second generation Cremers family
Building of the conservatory and brasserie
Total renovation of brasserie
3e and 4e floor hotel chambers renovated
2e floor hotel chambers renovated, and made of 2 chambers 1 suite
Restyling van de brasserie
100 year celebration of hotel ‘the Goderië'
1st floor hotel chambers renovated
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