Lifestyle hotel nhow Rotterdam opens its doors to architecture and art
- The four star-hotel can be found in the recently-opened building, 'De Rotterdam,' making it the first and only hotel in the world designed by Dutch renowned architect, Rem Koolhaas
- After Milan (2007) and Berlin (2010), nhow Rotterdam is the third nhow hotel in the world and the first one in the Netherlands
- nhow Rotterdam offers renowned artists, celebrated designers and upcoming local talent, a platform to share progressive urban art
art and architecture, to open its doors in this avant-garde Dutch city. The hotel has, throughout its 23 floors, a total of 278 rooms, nine meeting rooms, a skyline bar, a restaurant, and a rooftop terrace with spectacular views of the river Maas.
Concrete and metal, finished with gold-
Manhattan along the Maas
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The nhow concept is a new lifestyle brand of NH Hotel Group and is being rolledout in The Netherlands for the first time. Even whilst 'De Rotterdam' was in the development phase, the Group knew that nhow Rotterdam had to be located there. "The idea behind nhow is that each hotel, in contrast to the recognized appearance and experience of the locations of the Company, has its own identity, derived from the city in which it is located," explains general manager, Sander Creemers, of nhow Rotterdam. "Each hotel has its own personality where people like to gather, not only to have a business meeting or to spend the night, but also as a meeting point to soak up the nightlife."
Currently, besides Rotterdam, the cities of Milan and Berlin are part of theexclusive catalogue where nhow has opened its doors with an excellent response from customers. nhow Milan, designed by Matteo Thun and Daniele Beretta, combines design and fashion. The hotel shares the district with Elite modeling agency and the boutiques of prestigious brands like La Perla, Tod's, Diesel or Giorgio Armani's atelier. Meanwhile, nhow Berlin, designed by Sergei Tchoban and decorated by Karim Rashid, is focused on the design and music. The hotel, which has two professional recording studios and an instrument room service, is located in the heart of two of the most vibrant and groundbreaking neighborhoods of Berlin's creative scene: the districts of Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg at the shore of the Spree river.
The official opening will take place next March. Meanwhile, all the people who want tostay, hold meetings, know the hotel or visit an art exhibition can book and find out more information at www.nhow- hotels.com.