Rosewood Hotels & Resorts is planting its first flag in the Netherlands with the 2023 debut of the Rosewood Amsterdam.
The property, which overlooks the Amsterdam Canal District's Prinsengracht (Prince's Canal), will be housed within the city's former Palace of Justice, originally constructed in 1665. The building is currently undergoing a preservation and redesign process overseen by Netherlands-based architectural firm Kentie & Partners and Dutch designer Piet Boon.
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Once completed, the project will span 134 guestrooms and feature amenities like a spa, a wellness and fitness center, an indoor pool and multiple event and meetings spaces, including a 3,000-square-foot ballroom.
The Rosewood Amsterdam will also offer several bars and three dining venues, including an Indian restaurant. Additionally, a library area and business club will be tucked within the hotel's lobby lounge.
Rosewood's existing European footprint currently comprises the Rosewood London, the Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco in Tuscany and the Hotel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel in Paris.
In addition to the Rosewood Amsterdam, the brand has European projects in the works in Edinburgh, Scotland; London; Madrid; Munich; Vienna; Venice; and Porto Cervo, Italy, with Rosewood expected to grow its presence on the Continent to 11 properties by 2023.