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Van der Valk

This four-star hotel – which will be part of the Valk Exclusive range – will be triangular in shape with eye-catching inlets. The building will have a total of 14 storeys with a bar on the ground floor and a car park spanning the first, second, third and fourth floors. The hotel lobby and restaurant will be built on the next storey, with conference and meeting facilities on the sixth floor. The rest of the building from the seventh floor up will accommodate the hotel, which will also have a wellness centre at the top.

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Parties involved

The developer of the hotel is Van der Valk Amsterdam Zuidas BV, the building was designed by Wiel Arets Architects and it will be constructed by Pleijsier Bouw.

Sustainability

The hotel is striving to achieve the BREEAM-NL Excellent rating. BREEAM is an independent sustainability certification system.

Additional information

  • Height of building: 55m
  • 14 storeys
  • 245 hotel rooms
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Wellness centre
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