AccorInvest completes major renovation of 610 rooms in Novotel Amsterdam City
AMSTERDAM, 08 May 2019 – After two years, the extensive renovation of all 610 rooms of the Novotel Amsterdam City hotel has now been completed. The owner, AccorInvest, has invested a considerable amount of money in order to meet the expectations of modern business travellers in the future.
Increased guest satisfaction and improved facilities that are geared more closely to the expectations of the modern business traveller – that was the vision behind the extensive renovation of all 610 rooms of the business hotel in Amsterdam, which started two years ago. The renovation work was carried out in three phases to minimise any inconvenience to the current guests. The business hotel, strategically situated near Schiphol Airport and Amsterdam, invested a significant sum of money in the renovation project, which was completed in April.
A place to live
Ad Hoondert, GM of Novotel Amsterdam City, explains what has changed: “The rooms were created based on the idea that a hotel room should be a place to live, where guests can feel at home. This inspired the so-called N’Rooms, the newest generation of Novotel hotel rooms. The look is characteristically light, modern and timeless and is enhanced by the unique artwork on the wall. The hotel room has a spacious and ecological design with numerous modern facilities, such as a bed HUB and a hypermodern bathroom. It truly is a place to live and relax.”
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About Novotel Amsterdam City
Novotel Amsterdam City is located near the Zuidas business district, the RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre and the Amstelpark. The 610-room hotel has been developed in accordance with the high Accor sustainability standards (the PLANET 21 ideology). These standards focus on four strategic principles: increasing employee awareness, involving the guests, innovating with partners and cooperating with local governments. The two most important challenges are the food and the buildings.