Win a night in style in Amsterdam
Get a copy of Living in Style Amsterdam and win a stay at a hotel in Amsterdam
As you might have heard or read in this previous journal, we have been working closely with internationally renowned publisher teNeues to compose a book called Living in Style Amsterdam. The book hit the store last week and it turned out rather beautifully. Now, we have quite the stylish surprise for you. Nine of the nicest hotels in Amsterdam – all featured in this book – were kind enough to give away a room for one night. All you need to do is order a copy of Living In Style Amsterdam through our webshop or in our Berenstraat store, and you’re in the race to win one of these nine nights in style in Amsterdam.
The hotels that join us are (in alphabetical order) Andaz Hotel Amsterdam, citizenM Hotel, Conservatorium Hotel, Morgan & Mees, Pulitzer Amsterdam, SirAdam, The Hoxton, W Hotel Amsterdam and Zoku.
Order your copy of Living In Style Amsterdam until 31 July 2017, either online or in our Berenstraat store, and you’re in the race. If you order online, you participate automatically. If you order in our store, you will be asked to leave your name and email address. Winners and hotels are connected by means of a lottery, which means winners have no say in the selected hotel. The prize contains a stay in a two-person bedroom for one night. Exact date specifics will be determined by the hotels.
In Living in Style Amsterdam, you’ll discover images beyond those you already know from postcards, and get a glimpse behind the facades of Amsterdam’s traditional and modern architecture. The interiors of majestic canal-side houses, luxury hotels, creative workspaces and ultra-modern apartments all bear witness to Amsterdam’s distinctive interior design movement. Whether it’s the stylish homes designed by Studio Piet Boon, the concept hotel rooms of citizenM, the unique loft at the top of Amsterdam’s modern Toren hotel, the grand canal-side house fitted out by MOS Interiors or the sophisticated abode of MENDO’s Roy Rietstap; all of these interiors represent a unique movement that embodies a timeless sense of calm, beauty and subtle luxury.
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