In pictures: Art'otel debuts in Amsterdam

Park Plaza has unveiled its latest Art'otel design-led property in Amsterdam today (15 October).

Art'otel Amsterdam features art from Atelier Van Lieshout
Art'otel Amsterdam features art from Atelier Van Lieshout
  • Art'otel Amsterdam's lounge features original artworks from Atelier Van Lieshout

    Art'otel Amsterdam's lounge features original artworks from Atelier Van Lieshout

  • Guests will experience a unique collection of art at the design-led Art'otel Amsterdam

    Guests will experience a unique collection of art at the design-led Art'otel Amsterdam

  • An art 'curtain' features in Art'otel Amsterdam

    An art 'curtain' features in Art'otel Amsterdam

  • Art'otel Amsterdam's bedrooms each have individual artworks on display

    Art'otel Amsterdam's bedrooms each have individual artworks on display

  • Art'otel Amsterdam's bedrooms each have individual artworks on display

    Art'otel Amsterdam's bedrooms each have individual artworks on display

  • Art'otel Amsterdam opened on 15 October 2013

    Art'otel Amsterdam opened on 15 October 2013

  • Art'otel Amsterdam's lounge is an atmospheric place to meet

    Art'otel Amsterdam's lounge is an atmospheric place to meet

  • Art'otel Amsterdam's 'kitchen' dining area is part of a multi-functional space

    Art'otel Amsterdam's 'kitchen' dining area is part of a multi-functional space

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The 107-room hotel opposite Centraal Station features contemporary art from Atelier Van Lieshout, as well as a 300sqm in-house art gallery.

As part of the design concept the neighbouring space, called 5&33, provides a multi-functional venue which includes dining, a bar and lounge.

Areas in the hotel's library, lounge and bar can be used for small private events.

Amsterdam is the latest city to open an Art'otel property, with the brand set to debut in London with a 350-room hotel in Hoxton.

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