This room overlooks the old side street of the canal and offers a unique layout with a rounded wall, making the room feel even more spacious.
In line with its theme, this room is decorated with gorgeous handcrafted wooden antiques and vintage findings. Your clothes can be stored in an English Art Deco wardrobe, the desk is a hand-painted writing table and a seating area with a settee from the Amsterdam School period allows for a comfortable cup of coffee.
The bathroom has been decorated with a Chinese, wood carved panel with such great detail, that putting it back together took an entire day! A Stanley block planer was converted into a bedside lamp and the bed is custom designed and incorporated into the round wall.
The Woodworker room offers an elegant and comfortable retreat, decorated with love and detail for a respectable craft.
The Bike Builder room offers splendid views over the canal. The bathroom, including a freestanding bathtub, is the perfect place to soak your tired limbs after a long day of biking around the city. Because as the saying goes; ‘when in Rome…’. a trip to Amsterdam is not complete without a bike ride through the city and along its countless canals and bridges. But a stay in this bicycle-themed room comes close!
The main feature is the large high wheeler in the bathroom, dating back to around 1900. This high wheeler was the first engine to be called a ‘bicycle’. A deep door cabinet, custom made for its original owner, provides storage space for your clothes. Two wooden wheels of a 1920s racing bike were repurposed into nightstands and two carbide lamps got a second life as bedside lamps.
The Bicycle Room is modest in size, but mighty in appeal. Where better to crawl in bed with a book after a busy day, than here?
The many windows in this corner room offer abundant daylight and generous views over the canal and the small side street below.
Fitting the theme, many of the room’s decorative elements and furnishing consist of vintage leather finds and cleverly recycled pieces. The headboard for example is a reused harness leather gym mat. Next to it, the nightstands are two wrought iron bases of old treadle sewing machines poured into clear epoxy resin. Other parts of the machines are clearly recognizable in the night lights.
One gorgeous leather trunk was refitted into a small cabinet for the coffee and tea making facilities. In addition, old faded stickers from all over the world reveal the adventurous lives of its previous owners.
The use of leather grants this room a warm, sophisticated flair. Guests will enjoy retreating here after a long day of work or sightseeing.
Set foot into this comfortable corner room, located on the 4th floor. The many windows brighten up the room and offer magnificent views over the canal below.
The room is decorated with elegant and unique pieces. Many are inventive, bespoke items using materials fitting the room’s theme. The lights by the bed for instance are reclaimed aluminium shoe-stretchers dating back to the 1940s. The matching nightstands are made of two aluminium boot-moulds supporting a steel top.
An old English deep door cabinet offers plenty of space to store your clothes. The table, once used to produce rubber boots, now serves as a writing table. A collection of shoemaker’s tools, two antique and re-upholstered easy chairs and a small shoemaker’s workbench complete the dapper scheme of this room.
You can bet your boots that this room will offer all the comfort you’ll need and want. So take off your shoes and relax your tired feet in this stylish room.
Like most of our rooms, this room offers a beautiful canal view through its numerous windows. Fitting the theme of the room, the designer cleverly crafted custom items and curated unique finds. Together with the original details, this room oozes the allure of adventure and travel.
Two messing sextants, instruments used to measure the distance between two objects for navigation purposes, serve as esthetic reading lights. The desk is an old cartographer’s secretary. The nightstands are made of an old Art-deco travel trunk, sawn in half. The open bathroom including a freestanding claw foot bathtub further adds to the already abundant comfort. Above it, a large, ancient map of Amsterdam will make your mind travel to past days.
Enjoy this comfortable room as a perfect base for navigating through everything Amsterdam has to offer.
As beer barrels are typically stored in a cellar, it makes perfect sense that this room is situated in the hotel’s basement. With a private entrance from the street, this room feels like a private apartment in which you can experience the liveliness of the streets.
The old stone tile floor almost provides the illusion of being in an old brewery. Copper tones throughout the room and inventive use of reclaimed materials complete its theme. Next to the window can be found a gorgeous red copper, freestanding bathtub, reminiscent of a vintage kettle used in breweries and distilleries.
The original sleeping alcove now cleverly houses a wardrobe to store your clothes and accessories. Next to it, a door secretly hides an actual bootleg brewery, with homemade kettles made from reclaimed boilers.
This room offers a perfect hideaway for guests who like privacy, with easy access to the allure of Amsterdam’s many bars and cafés.