Turner & Townsend oversees fit-out of DoubleTree by Hilton hotel

09 February 2024 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read

DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Central Station, one of the city’s most vibrant luxury hotels, is undergoing an extensive makeover with new interiors in its 550+ guest rooms and three new food and drinks venues, including an elevated rooftop bar. The revamp is delivered with support from Turner & Townsend.

The iconic DoubleTree by Hilton hotel, in the city center of Amsterdam and steps away from Amsterdam Central Station, is renowned as one of Amsterdam’s finest hotels – but the makeover, with Turner & Townsend in charge of project management, has made the accommodations and amenities even more invigorating and attractive.

With the updated hotel room interiors, the remodeling offers guests a retro, yet fresh experience. The design is based on the classic Amsterdam School style, an expressive artistic and architectural movement that originated around the turn of the century and recalls the classy aesthetics of Art Nouveau and Art Deco.

Turner & Townsend oversees fit-out of DoubleTree by Hilton hotel

“The design of the rooms combines the unique color of the Amsterdam bricks with pastel shades, which contrasts nicely with the black accent lines on the walls and the dark blue headboard of the bed,” said Floris Licht, General Manager of DoubleTree by Hilton’s Amsterdam Central Station hotel.

The rooftop bar Skylounge, well-loved by visitors and locals, has rebranded as LuminAir. With impeccable interior and a panoramic view over the center of Amsterdam, LuminAir offers elegant cocktails and world-class dishes – all with a focus on minimizing waste and using local products.

This is not the first collaboration between the hotel and Turner & Townsend, a British-origin consultancy that supports the delivery of build environment projects around the world.

The Hilton project was delivered by the firm’s Dutch team – the two companies have been working together on various projects for over a decade. Turner & Townsend has also overseen many other real estate and development-related projects in the Netherlands, including at historic buildings, airports, and universities.

DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station, built in 2011, can welcome up to 1,000 guests at a time on busy weekends or around holidays. The Hilton chain meanwhile has several other hotels across the Netherlands’ capital city.