Amsterdam's Sir Albert joins Worldhotels

George Sell By George Sell
16 January 2013 | Updated 25 October 2013

Netherlands: The 90-room Sir Albert in Amsterdam's De Pijp neighborhood is the latest Worldhotels member.

The property began life as a diamond factory in the 19th century. Its rooms and suites were designed by BK architects and feature vivid colours, Illy coffee machines, iPod docking stations, Sir Albert's signature bedding collection, complimentary Wi-Fi and views of downtown Amsterdam.

"Sir Albert brings a new dynamic to Amsterdam's hotel scene and we are delighted to welcome it to Worldhotels," said Rob van der Beek, senior director of hotel development. "We have big plans to grow the Worldhotels' brand in The Netherlands and securing Amsterdam's hottest new boutique hotel is another big step for us."

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