Contemporist - Once a newspaper headquarters, the Volkshotel is now a 172 room hotel in Amsterdam that has rooms ranging from small and cozy to large and inviting. While the majority of the rooms are standard and conventional, nine of the rooms have been designed by architects and interior designers that each feature unique details and themes. read more
Telegraph - The former offices of De Volkskrant newspaper have been given vibrant and stylish new life as an affordable hotel, with a club, restaurant, and even artists-in-residence. The rooms are thoughtfully designed, seeming more spacious than they really are. A rooftop bar-restaurant offers adventurous new-Dutch cuisine. read more
Wallpaper - This summer sees the building’s transformation into the Volkshotel (’volk’ meaning ’people’), a ’24-hour micro society’ that, aside from the workspaces, houses the Werkplaats café, the underground Doka cocktail bar, the Canvas restaurant and club, 172 hotel rooms and a rooftop hot tub and sauna. read more
Design Milk - Amsterdam-based Volkshotel doesn’t go about room design the standard hotel way where every room looks the same. They have a series of special rooms that were each designed by a different designer or design team. Take a look at Edmund, a one-of-a-kind room designed as a collaboration between Jos Blom and Jasper Eustace. read more




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