The hotel has a residential feel. Mismatched fabrics, furnishings and art make this place feel organically curated, as if over time the design narrative grows and grows. Persian rugs, retro furniture and clusters of prints in the rooms show the care taken by The Hoxton not only to create a place to stay but a place to live.
This may sound strange. But we’re obsessing over all the chairs: wooden ones, lush fabric ones, leather ones, old ones, new ones. Take our word for it; the Hoxton is more than a hotel: it's a showcase of chairs through the ages.
The rooms at The Hoxton come in all shapes and sizes, embracing the quirks and history of the buildings - from monumental ceilings to double showers, canal views and original beams.
All rooms feature brass chandeliers, bespoke hexagonal mirrors and timber herringbone flooring. The Hoxton took inspiration from the diversity and originality of the streets and scenes that surround it. The Nine Streets, or De Negen Straatjes as they’re called in Dutch, are home to some of the city’s hidden gems. Homegrown brands, cool cafes and gourmet restaurants make the canal-structured grid one of the most happening places to hang out in the Dam.
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