The Hoxton is going Double Dutch with its second Amsterdam opening, this time settling into the city’s easy-breezy Eastern Docklands neighbourhood. Breathing new life into a century-old neighbourhood landmark that was originally built by the Royal Dutch Lloyd Shipping Company, The Hoxton, Lloyd Amsterdam will honour the building’s heritage while embracing the laid-back vibes and independent spirit that defines this waterside district. A cosy, open-house lobby will welcome guests into the 136-room hotel, which also houses destination restaurant Breman Brasserie, standalone cocktail bar, Barbue, and the ultimate summer hangout in the form of a sun-drenched, south-facing terrace. All-new concept rooms include the top-floor Tower Room, the Tune Room complete with grand piano and the Gather Room, a perfectly appointed, wood-panelled suite crying out for in-room parties. Speaking of parties, Hox signature events concept The Apartment rounds out the line-up – primed and ready to host the cit…
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