This impressive room is located on the second floor of the hotel. It offers a beautiful view of the lush gardens in the back. The room’s amenities include a king-sized bed, a double shower and a freestanding bathtub.
The whimsical design of the room is themed around Abel Tasman (1603–1659). Ever wondered how Tasmania, the island south of Australia, got its name? It was named after this Dutch explorer. He discovered it by accident when he missed Australia because of changing winds.
A boat shaped bathtub, maps on the wall and on the side of the bed as well as bed lamps made with navigation instruments and a globe shaped art piece pay tribute to Tasman’s job as an explorer. The wonderful decor and abundance of luxury in this room help guests to navigate themselves through a comfortable stay exploring Amsterdam.
This delightful room is located on the third floor of the hotel and offers views to the garden in the back. The vaulted ceiling gives the room a loft-type feel, and make it appear even larger than it already is. It features a double shower, a freestanding copper bath tub and an extra large, round double bed.
The decor and design elements in this room pay tribute to the Edison of the Golden Age; Cornelis Drebbel (1572 -1633). He has many unusual and startling inventions to his credit, including the optical microscope, perpetual motion machines, hydraulic organs, solar power, and most famously the submarine.
A small-scale replica of one of his submarine prototypes is suspended from the ridge in the room’s vaulted ceiling. In addition, a cabinet is filled with replicas of the oddities Drebbel invented.