Amsterdam places of interest – the secret Hotel Andaz in the Dutch capital
This hotel has particularly attracted our attention for two reasons. On the one hand, we have here to do wanders with an interesting work of designer Marcel. On the other, we have a very exciting modern concept. The design works in some moments not only currently but also very futuristic. But the main idea which underlies the whole design is eigentlich…die history of Amsterdam.
The modern architecture and the facts from the history of the city make a pretty interesting place in Amsterdam Hotel Andaz.
To be specific, we want to emphasize that first and foremost by the cultural history of Amsterdam the speech here. However one interprets these not conventionally and classic. Instead, the interpretation of the author appears eccentric and quite uncontrollably at first glance.
Elegant eclecticism in the lobby
Stunning designer armchair and bell-shaped pendant luminaires
See the history of the country as well as at every corner of the hotel. You can see their representation in an exciting mix of fairy tales. The figures are terrific and huge volume. The shapes are simply magical.
Already in the lobby people surrounded by very many symbols can be found. They contain abundant encrypted information about the Dutch history. The topics are naturally dominant: the sea and the sailors, the tulips and the faience.
The many lamps make it to interpret the ceiling like a sky covered with stars. The carpet shows the imprint of an old map of the world. Also found here magnificent purple chairs with high backs. You remember tulips by their silhouettes. The walls are covered with wallpaper with Printelementen that are typical of the Dutch faience.
Style mix at a high level
Modern Globes lighting
The history of the building
Like many other Amsterdam places of interest, also this building was built in 1720. In between, it was partially destroyed, but built again and again on the new. In 1974 it was rebuilt completely. Getting the original facade. The functionality has been changed for the purpose of a library. To preserve a piece of this part of the story, getting still a small library in the lobby.
Robust tables and comfortable seating
Elegant leather chair and chess matte occasional tables
Art Deco chandelier with crystals
Comfort and cosiness
Schwellenloser transition to the bar counter
This hotel has a total of 122 rooms. Each shows a different kind of decoration. Wall-paper with many different crouching down patterns to attract much interest. There’s also a lot of fantasy pictures. This fish, body from many different decorative objects look on you. All symbols indicate different periods from the Dutch history.
Unique wall decoration and modern interior design
The beds have a fine head part made of glass
The contrast of new and old seen on every corner in the hotel. Tradition and modern lifestyle seem to live side by side in the functional aspects. Even, they enter into a symbiosis. This is particularly visible on the basis of the very modern art and lawn, as the rational illustrations and icons are presented.
Oval bathtub and magnificent porcelain vases
The chandelier was also specially made from fine porcelain
Latest technology and fine design
Stylish bedroom interior design
The designer classics – the arc lamp
Maritime motifs in the surrealist style
Spacious sauna with Spa area
Working hard in the kitchen
Atmosphere in the restaurant