The Hoxton, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Made up of 5 canal houses, the building was once home to the Mayor, way back in the 17th century. Now it houses beautifully appointed rooms spread across 5 floors with plenty of quirks including some monumental ceilings and lots of canal views.
Each one of the 111 rooms come in all shapes and sizes, embracing the quirks and history of the canal house buildings, from high ceilings to double showers, canal views, and original beams. All rooms feature brass chandeliers, bespoke hexagonal mirrors, and classical timber herringbone flooring. Each room also comes with some special perks courtesy of the Hoxton, including their official guide to the neighborhood, a daily light breakfast bag drop, and free calls to anywhere in the world.
If you are looking for space where to host or celebrate something special then The Apartment will make you feel right at home. The staff is around if you need anything, but otherwise, make yourself a coffee, grab some snacks from the fridge and get settled in. This is your breakout space, complete with Smeg fridge, coffee machine, fruit, snacks and daily pastries. When the sun sets, the kitchen turns itself into a fully functioning bar to keep the party going.
Downstairs, there's the restaurant, Lotti's, run in partnership with Soho House & Co; Up Top, the mezzanine coffee, and cocktail den and lobby bar. Feel right at home in this gorgeous hotel in the heart of Amsterdam.
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About Amsterdam, Netherlands
Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are numerous bike paths.
Discover an incredibly diverse and multicultural food scene, full of flavors and culinary innovation. The big question you will have to ask yourself is not where to eat, but what to eat. With so much on offer, the city center of Amsterdam will bewitch you with an array of restaurants, cafes, and bakeries bustling with locals and tourists.
Head over to FoodHallen just a short walk from the city center. This uber-cool food court is as stylish as inviting. One of the local’s favorite places to eat and socialize, you will be finding yourself trying countless dishes from the many, and diverse, food stalls available.
When you visit Amsterdam, there is no better way to discover this beautiful city than by bike. You can rent one from every corner, literally. Cycle through the carefully manicured gardens and parks, and if you have the time, adventure outside the city to discover ever more canals, fairytale cottages, and peaceful country life.
And after the sun sets, Amsterdam glows brighter than ever. From the Red Light District to historical night walking tours, Amsterdam offers many flavors and many attractions to embrace and enjoy.