It’s actually not a hotel but rather an iconic Amsterdam design house/shop/cafe (menu) with a ultra-swish apartment on the top-floor. Amazingly good breakfast included
The top floor of Hôtel Droog is for guests who might like to stay the night or more. Central but quiet, the brightly-lit space includes a bedroom, bathroom and a separate bath and shower, living area and kitchen. Savour the superb view over the Amsterdam rooftops, and luxuriate in a beautiful nest, designed just right. Make yourself at home at Hôtel Droog.
Private and tranquil setting
Contemporary design by Droog
Complimentary wireless internet
Fully equipped kitchen
Quality eco-friendly cotton towels and bed linen
Also available for business meetings or parties up to 10 people.
For booking and availability please visit: One and Only Bedroom
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
“Seriously hip and utterly unique self-catering bolthole for 2, above an iconic fashion and design store”
Review by Lesley Gillilan
They call it ‘the one and only room’, and it’s fair to say there’s nothing quite like the penthouse apartment above Hotel Droog – the arty design emporium in the city’s historic heart. (Just to be clear, the store is not a real hotel; this is just a cool concept). The route to your accommodation is via the store’s curated collections of beautiful objects, past white mannequins in a pop-up fashion shop, or through Café Droog. A final flight of stairs takes you up to the apartment (and luckily, this is real): 1 bedroom, a light-drenched living/dining space, a kitchen, a bathroom, contemporary furniture, great views.
Home to the Netherlands’ renowned Droog brand, the Hotel is a cluster of 17th-century houses, which have served time as a textile guild, part of the university, even a clinic for STDs. Now it’s all design studios and retail therapy, a gallery, and a magical garden. The apartment is right in the rooftop, among chiming clock towers, chimneys and Dutch gables. At night the place is your own, and the cobbled streets of the old city are right on the doorstep.