Sail off into a joyous stay in Amsterdam in this luxurious split-level room. Located on the second story, this corner room offers wonderful views of the canal. The room is packed with authentic features such as dark, wooden window frames, Delft blue tiles and an original sleeping alcove. They complement the sophisticated dark blue walls and modern wooden accents used throughout the room. Together they create the perfect backdrop for a decor with modern items and inventive custom pieces made from recycled boating parts and naval materials. Focal point in the bathroom is the vintage folding canoe hanging from the ceiling. Two old compass cases, fitted in the canoe’s frame, work as lights. Guests can soak in the boat shaped bathtub, overlooking the canal, or opt for the large, mosaic tiled walk-in shower.
The comfortable and attractive Boat Builder Room is the perfect choice for those who wish to drop their anchor in Amsterdam for a night or more.
Guests in the Artist room will feel like a local, experiencing the true liveliness of Amsterdam. With two stories, the room feels like an apartment and it has its own entry from the street along the canal.
Much of the furniture is designed with a nod to the room’s theme. The TV sits on a recycled easel, the nightstands and bed lights are inspired by a painter’s palette and the wall in the bedroom are lined with copies of frescos from an Italian church. Paint splatters on the wooden floor present a carefully curated surprise with a strong Dutch link fitting the artist theme. Original features like Delft Blue tile walls, parquet floors and a spiral staircase create a sense of historic luxury. All this embedded in the perfect amount of comfort and luxury, to make your stay a great one.
This room offers wonderful, high ceilings and some of the best views of the canal. Our designer went all-in for this room’s theme, and it’s packed with custom art and furniture pieces made from old clocks.
The mantelpiece of the original fireplace is lined with brass, to make it stand out and pop. The room has a outstanding art work in which 250 old clocks were placed in a long case and captured in several layers of clear epoxy resin. The result is a massive, alternative depiction of a clock tower, weighing 200kg (441lbs). Two lamps in the room allow guests to create their own shadow play. When switched on, they project rotating clock gears and radars that can be alternated.
Despite the many clocks, the opulent and magical decor of this room makes it very easy to forget about time and enjoy your stay in Amsterdam