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.
As beer barrels are typically stored in a cellar, it makes perfect sense that this room is situated in the hotel’s souterrain. With a private entrance from the street, this room feels like an 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.