Andreas Neudahm designs interiors of Leonardo Royal Hotel Amsterdam, eyes 2018 opening

The property will be developed by construction companies Adriaan Van Erk Groep and Slavenburg Bouw B.V., and its completion is planned for 2018.

Leonardo Hotels is expanding in the Netherlands, and has a new hotel slated for Amsterdam.

To be located in the district of Overamstel,

The new 493-room Leonardo Royal Hotel Amsterdam will be situated in a contemporary new 19-story building in Overamstel. The property will be developed by construction companies Adriaan Van Erk Groep and Slavenburg Bouw B.V., and its completion is planned for autumn 2018.

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Andreas Neudahm is overseeing the interior design of the hotel, which will include designer furniture, an eclectic color scheme, as well as extensive pictures and original accessories.  

The open lobby on the ground floor will include a bar, lounge and the hotel’s own themed restaurant. The conference area will be located on the second floor, with a 9,688-square-foot ballroom and three adjacent meeting rooms.

Additional facilities will include the fitness and sauna area. Next to the hotel, a parking garage will have 170 parking spaces.

Leonardo Hotels is the European division of Fattal Hotels Group, founded by David Fattal in Israel. It has more than 65 hotels across Europe.

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