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nhow Rotterdam opening January 10, 2014

nhow Rotterdam will open its doors on January 10, 2014. The hotel resides in the mixed-use building 'De Rotterdam' designed by OMA/Rem Koolhaas.

It is the third nhow hotel in the world after nhow Milan and Berlin. Located in the capital of architecture, this unconventional hotel is themed around forward architecture, art & urban lifestyle. The hotel is situated on the Manhattan-like Wilhelminapier at the Maas. It offers conference and meeting facilities, 278 rooms with spectacular riverside views, a skyline bar, food lounge and roof terrace. It serves business and leisure travelers, as well as the local community.

Third nhow hotel opening in Rotterdam
nhow Rotterdam will open its doors on January 10, 2014 in Rotterdam. It is the third nhow hotel in the world after nhow Milan (2007) and Berlin (2010). nhow Rotterdam resides in the mixed-use building ‘De Rotterdam’, a vertical city with breathtaking views on the Maas river and the city skyline, designed by world-renowned architect Rem Koolhaas/OMA. Located in the capital of architecture, the hotel is themed around forward architecture, art &
urban lifestyle.

Located at the Wilhelminapier, right across the center of Rotterdam, the hotel offers both business and leisure travelers an environment that encourages diving head first into all that the city has to offer.

Four star architecture, art & lifestyle hotel
nhow Rotterdam is a hotel and meeting place for the local community, businesses, professionals, and travelers. It offers conference and meeting facilities, 278 rooms with spectacular riverside views, a skyline bar, food lounge and roof terrace. It hosts exciting events and exhibitions of local and international artists and designers.

Rotterdam: fiercely committed to the new
The city of Rotterdam has a fierce commitment to moving forward, to new ideas and fresh perspectives. Its inhabitants, its art, its creative industry and, most of all, its architecture, all reflect the essence of Rotterdam as a modern, vibrant and ever-changing city.

Co-creation with creative industry
nhow Rotterdam actively involves (local) creative entrepreneurs and artists in the development of content, events and media, as well as the art which can be experienced inside the hotel. Local experts in the fields of architecture, design, music, fashion, art and food curate the production of exhibitions and events.

The facts
* opening January 10, 2014
* third nhow hotel, after Berlin and Milan
* designed by OMA/Rem Koolhaas
* amazing views across the skylines of Rotterdam
* direct waterfront location & roof top terrace bar
* 23 floors
* 278 guest rooms; with sunrise and sunset views
* rooms equipped with state of the art conference tools
* 9 multi-purpose spaces, for events for up to 250 people
* ideal location for lunch, bites, drinks, events, business meetings and cultural trips
* creative staff that can make any event exceptional
* people make this hotel unique; locals, creative industries and guests
* events and exhibitions in the field of architecture, art, design, fashion, food & music

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