Rosewood Resorts & Resorts has been appointed by CTF Amsterdam to handle Rosewood Amsterdam.
It’s hoped the brand new property will open in 2023 as will change into the eleventh property from the luxurious hospitality model in Europe and first within the Netherlands.
The lodge will probably be housed within the former Palace of Justice, a constructing of nice architectural significance that overlooks the Prinsengracht within the UNESCO World Heritage listed Amsterdam Canal District.
The lodge will probably be ideally located close to lots of Amsterdam’s most interesting sights together with the museum district, the high-end purchasing district on P.C. Hooftstraat and the hip De Pijp neighbourhood.
With its central location and befitting design fastidiously conceived to supply an inviting and amiable ambiance, the property is poised to function an unparalleled gathering place for visiting company and the area people alike.
Initially constructed in 1665 and later expanded in 1836 by Dutch architect Jan de Greef, the palace was Amsterdam’s major courthouse for over 175 years and one of many most interesting examples of de Greef’s basic, multi-cultural model influenced by his travels to Paris and Rome.
Rosewood Amsterdam will provide 134 guestrooms and suites, with many boasting spectacular views throughout the 2 adjoining canals, quiet inside courtyards and iconic townhouse rooftops.
Facilities will embrace three eating places, one in all which will probably be an Indian restaurant, and bars; Sense, A Rosewood Spa providing ayurvedic therapies; a state-of-the-art wellness and health centre; and an indoor swimming pool.
“By design, décor and repair, Rosewood’s properties worldwide mirror their environment and the souls of the locations, and Rosewood Amsterdam will probably be no totally different,” says Sonia Cheng, chief government of Rosewood Resort Group.
“With a singular character and tradition, Amsterdam is a becoming locale for which to deliver Rosewood’s guiding A Sense of Place philosophy.
“We’re wanting ahead to combining town’s quintessential attraction with a contemporary sense of fashion to fulfill and exceed the most recent requirements of luxurious hospitality.”