Innovative hospitality brand YOTEL has announced Amsterdam, as the location of its latest property to come online. As of 4 November Amsterdam Noord will fling open its doors to welcome guests to the Dutch capital.
Featuring an all-day dining concept, spacious deck space and an outdoor cinema, the 202-cabin hotel has is pitched in the up-and-coming Buiksloterham neighbourhood, on the bank of the Tolhuis Canal. Which as a popular site for tech start-ups and creative businesses, the area has built a rep as fun, trendy destination packed with hip bars, experimental festivals and modern architecture, making it an ideal base for modern travellers.
YOTEL’s signature ‘Cabins’, known as rooms to the rest of us, come with features such as the space-saving adjustable SmartBed™, cool action gel memory foam mattresses, amenities from Urban Skincare, rain showers, adjustable mood lighting, free WiFi and HD SMART TVs with Chromecast.
“Amsterdam Noord is a thriving cultural hub offering global travellers an exciting opportunity to discover an alternative side of the city. With super-easy access to the centre of town and an array of cool businesses right on our doorstep, it made perfect sense for us to open here. YOTEL is not like anything else in town and we hope our guests enjoy what we have to offer,” said Hubert Viriot, YOTEL CEO.
“We’re planning to shake up the scene in Noord”
Developed by Being Development, and designed by Studioninedots, also based in Amsterdam Noord, the hotel also boasts top-notch sustainability credentials. Benefitting from a unique water system which collects, stores, filters and recycles water, the hotel also utilises energy-saving LED lighting and sensors to ensure nothing is kept running when not in use. Guests who arrive by electric car will also be able to charge their vehicles at one of the hotel’s 10 charging points.
Joy Maroulas, general manager of YOTEL Amsterdam Noord added: “We’re planning to shake up the scene in Noord, offering a stylish place to work and play. We are extremely proud that our building and our sustainability initiatives will also have a positive impact on the environment.”