Guesthouse of 2pass Clinic

For most patients the stay in the guesthouse is included automatically in their operation price. You can check your proposal to see how many nights you stay in the guesthouse. For electrolysis stand alone the guesthouse is not included, you can book it separately.

  • You stay one week in our clinic—On the top floor of the clinic we have 7 guestrooms. It is the perfect place for our patients to recover during the first week after their surgery. For most operations your stay is already included in the operation proposal.
  • Permanent resident Jolanda—Jolanda is a former patient of Dr van de Ven and is living permanently in 2pass Clinic, so also nights and weekends you’ll have someone right by your side for whatever reason that might be 24/7. She will also prepare fresh, nutritious soup and dinner to help you get back to your strengths after surgery.
  • Full board—Breakfast, soup for lunch and homemade gourmet dinner are foreseen. All meals are based on the eating possibility of the patient. After jaw or chin work this will mean yoghurt, smoothies but there is also fresh wholegrain bread, cheese, eggs,…
  • Patient coordinator Elli—She will be present to guide you to the process every weekday from 9-17h.
  • Sharing experience with other patients—As all patients staying here are more or less going through the same journey, you have the possibility to interact with each other in our cozy, jointly kitchen/living room.
  • Privacy—But we also respect if you want to stay in the privacy of your bedroom, where you can enjoy satellite TV.
  • WIFI—WIFI is available on the entire floor (free of charge).
Elli Geerts, our patient coordinator at the reception of the guesthouse. She is available from 9-17h.

Elli Geerts, our patient coordinator at the reception of the guesthouse. She is available from 9-17h.

In the living area you can relax and have a chat with other patients, the staff or our resident Jolanda.

Jolanda will cook for you in the evening, but of course if there is someone who loves to cook: the kitchen is also at the disposal of the patients (like Katarina here).

 

Jolanda, who lives permanently in the clinic, serving soup to patients.

The living and dining area of the guesthouse.

Living area with open kitchen view.

Of course you can always go back to your private room to rest or relax.

3 of the 7 rooms have their own private bathroom. The other 3 share a bathroom together.

 

Prices (including breakfast, soup for lunch and dinner in the evening)

Often the price is included in the price of your operation proposal. The amounts of nights included is also mentioned in the operation proposal. In this case no separate bookings have to be made. The room type included in the proposal is the “Single room with sink and toilet, shared bathroom”. You will be presented with an option to upgrade your room when filling out the booking form of the operation if you wish so (the difference in price can be paid upon arrival in the guesthouse).

If you want to book some extra nights (on top of the one included) the prices are as follows:

FAQ

FAQs Guesthouse 2pass Clinic

Does the clinic have a parking lot or underground garage where I can leave my car during my stay?

No, we don’t have a parking. But there are a lot of free parking places in the neighbourhood of the clinic.

Since only breakfast is provided – I guess I should bring sufficient food with me for the remaining meals of the week or is it possible to order additional lunch / dinner for an extra charge from the clinic?

The Guesthouse has a kitchen with a microwave where you can heat up ready meals. There also will be a list of phone numbers where you can order take away food.

Is there a hair dryer in the guesthouse?

Yes, every room has a hair dryer.

How often are the towels changed?

Three times a week the towels in the guesthouse are renewed (Monday-Wednesday-Friday). If you want, during weekdays, you can also use a sign on your heck with request of towel change.

You still have another question? Feel free to ask! We will answer your question and if generally applicable add it to the FAQ of this page.