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art'otel puts guests steps from Amsterdam Central Station

art’otel amsterdam blends warm, friendly service with art-centered design to create an exceptional guest experience in the heart of the city. Located directly across from Amsterdam Central Station, our hotel makes the perfect base for exploring the best of Amsterdam’s unique attractions, including the Royal Palace, the canals, the Anne Frank House and the Jordaan district.

The creative ambience at art’otel amsterdam is enhanced by original works by the hotel’s signature artist, Joep van Lieshout. Other features include free Wi-Fi, an on-site restaurant and a fitness centre. Guests can also host meetings in the 300 square metres of event and exhibition space. Our hotel’s richly furnished accommodation options are the perfect fusion of art and comfort.

art'otel amsterdam, by park plaza

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RATES AND AVAILABILITY
Sun 24 Jun 2018 to Mon 25 Jun 2018
From USD $305 per night
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Atelier Van Lieshout art inspires at our Amsterdam hotel

At art’otel amsterdam, a wide selection of art by Atelier Van Lieshout perfectly complements the stylish décor of the public areas and guest rooms. Atelier Van Lieshout takes its creative vision from owner Joep van Lieshout, who strives to break society’s rules through his work that balances art, architecture and design. Ranked as one of the top five most recognised Dutch artists in 2012 by acclaimed Elsevier Magazine, van Lieshout is a true global artist with a distinguished customer base, including recognised museums and art collectors.

One of Atelier Van Lieshout’s most well-known themes is represented in Course of Life. Guests may view 120 works from this eclectic collection in the public areas, bedrooms and art gallery at our hotel. After touring Artelier Van Lieshout's art, head to the library or the lounge to meet with friends and discuss these monumental works.