Film Friendly Hotel: Hotel De Hallen, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Hotel De Hallen, Amsterdam
Hotel De Hallen is situated in a former tram depot dating from 1902 – now one of Amsterdam’s finest industrial heritage sites – blue steel and rusty highlights create an inspiring backdrop for each and every one of its guests. Imagine: spacious surroundings with an abundance of plants, an infusion of vintage Scandinavian furniture and design, and a contemporary art collection hand-picked by owner Arjen van Den Hof and interior architect Marco van Veldhuizen. Add to this outstanding service and every mod con – et voilà – an absolute must-stay. In fact, Hotel De Hallen is the perfect spot from which to explore Amsterdam.
This former tram depot building, in the heart of Amsterdam’s West district, has been lovingly restored. Along with architect Andre van Stigt, Van Den Hof deliberately retained elements of the former tram depot so as to imbue the 55-room hotel with an industrial look and feel. This is evident in its beautiful lobby, meeting room in a boardroom set-up, bar, terrace, and adjoining restaurant: Remise47. Serving French/International cuisine, guests and locals alike can enjoy classic and modern signature dishes, washed down with excellent wines and imaginative cocktails.
Hotel de Hallen is part of the 2,700-square-metre De Hallen complex which also features a library, cinema, boutiques and an indoor food market – all on its doorstep. What’s more: Amsterdam’s World Heritage canals, the museum and fashion quarters, and the boutique-laden Jordaan district are just a saunter away.
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