Country overview: More than 40 hotels earmarked for the Netherlands
A look at the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database shows that 42 hotel schemes will complete across the Netherlands in the years ahead, with 2021 proving particularly busy.
Our researchers report that 42 hotel projects with 7,817 rooms will open in the Netherlands over the next few years. Here, we take a deep dive into the country’s pipeline.
The Netherlands’ hotel openings by year
Some 17 properties are slated to open throughout the country in 2021, adding 2,978 keys to its total room count. Four of these schemes are already in the pre-opening phase.
Another nine launches with 1,626 rooms are pencilled in for 2022, followed by eight more properties with 1,613 keys in 2023 and a further eight projects and 1,600 rooms in 2024.
Of these 42 hotels, nearly 90% will be in the four-star segment, with the rest targeting the luxury five-star category.
Top urban growth centres in the Netherlands
The canal-filled city of Amsterdam will see eight hotels open, our data indicates, bringing 2,097 additional keys into play.
In the port city of Rotterdam, meanwhile, five projects with 786 rooms are on their way. And two separate hotels, with 640 keys between them, will soon land in Schiphol.
The Netherlands’ fastest-growing hotel brands
Dutch brand Van der Valk Hotels & Restaurants will open 12 properties with 1,869 rooms in the coming years, making it the country’s most active flag.
Noteworthy hotel projects in the Netherlands
IntercityHotel Breda will open directly next to the main train station in early 2024, offering 174 spacious guestrooms, a bar, a restaurant and flexible conference facilities. This newbuild will form part of the 5Tracks mixed-use project, which comprises apartments, 15,500 sq m of offices, shops and restaurants.
Another striking project, Maritim Hotel Amsterdam, is scheduled to complete in early 2023. The 579-key conference hotel will be set along the IJ waterfront next to the Eye Film Institute and A’DAM Tower. Guests can look forward to taking advantage of its sky bar, boasting sweeping views across the city, or relaxing in its onsite spa.
Finally, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts is coming to Amsterdam. In 2023, the brand’s first hotel in the Netherlands will open in the former Palace of Justice, a building of great architectural, historical and social significance. The 134-room Rosewood Amsterdam, featuring three restaurants, a spa and meeting facilities, will be ideally situated near many of the city’s top attractions including the museum district, the high-end shopping district on PC Hoofstraat and the hip De Pijp neighbourhood.
Many TOPHOTELNEWS articles draw on exclusive information from the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database. This subscription-based product includes details of thousands of hotel projects around the world, along with the key decision-makers behind them. Please note, our data may differ from records held by other organisations. Generally, the database focuses on four- and five-star schemes of significant scale; tracks projects in either the vision, pre-planning, planning, under-construction, pre-opening or newly opened phase; and covers newbuilds, extensions, refurbishments and conversions.
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