3D LEGO® model of nhow Amsterdam RAI hotel revealed at IMEX Frankfurt
published on: 26 aprile 2016
NH Hotel Group and RAI Amsterdam have presented a 3D LEGO® model of the nhow Amsterdam RAI hotel at IMEX Frankfurt. The model represents the 650-bedroom nhow Amsterdam RAI hotel, that will become the largest hotel in the Benelux. For everyone who wants to stay updated on this unique project, a dedicated webportal has been launched: buildingnhow.amsterdam
After nhow Milan, nhow Berlin and nhow Rotterdam, the iconic nhow Amsterdam RAI hotel will be a hotspot for both business and leisure guests to experience excellent hospitality, service and gastronomy. The addition of a hotel will further secure RAI Amsterdam's competitive position as well as attracting key events and congresses in the international trade fair and conference market.
The 91-metres tall building will be a significant addition to the Amsterdam skyline. NH Hotel Group and RAI Amsterdam are delighted to present the future building in such a striking and sustainable way. Visitors of IMEX have the chance to ‘feel’ the future hotel at first hand, as the 3D LEGO® model has been premiered at the event this week.
With its 650 rooms, nhow Amsterdam RAI will become the largest hotel in the Benelux. After nhow Milan, nhow Berlin and nhow Rotterdam, the iconic nhow Amsterdam RAI hotel will become the next stop for NH Hotel Group’s cosmopolitan, creative and disruptive brand. The hotel’s eye-catching design is drawn by the world-famous Dutch architects of OMA, founded by Rem Koolhaas.
On-site headquarter hotel
For international, multiday congresses, exhibitions and other events, the addition of nhow Amsterdam RAI means that there is now a high-quality headquarter hotel available for visitors, exhibitors, speakers and the organizing teams on site. The hotel is located on the RAI complex: in the triangle of the Europa Boulevard, the highway A10 and the RAI. Construction of the hotel is slated to begin in mid-2016 and the hotel will be open mid-2019.
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