Reversed hotel HomeSuiteHome opens in Amsterdam

Eloise Hanson Eloise Hanson Uploaded 07 April 2020


Netherlands: HomeSuiteHome, a hotel experience delivered to your own home, is launching in Amsterdam this Easter weekend.

Created by Felix Burghardt and David Kijlstra, HomeSuiteHome is an alternative hotel concept that combines a series of online and offline touchpoint to entertain and cater to guests’ needs.

More than 14 Dutch businesses, including The Very Good Candle Company, John Altmann, and The Good Roll, are involved in the initiative, with all remaining proceeds going to Serve the City’s Corona Campaign.

An overnight booking with HomeSuiteHome begins with an online check-in, where guests will be informed of their schedule and be able to ask questions about their stay.

A curated welcome box of locally sourced products and amenities will then be delivered to each guests’ home, and throughout the day live music and other online experiences will be offered from local artists.

Guests will also have access to a digital concierge service, providing movie suggestions, virtual events to tune into, and sleeping rituals.

An optional dinner is available to be delivered from a select local restaurant, and a breakfast of baked goods will be sent to a guest’s home on Easter Sunday.

“We’ve created this concept to bring back positivity and proof that there is potential in everything. This project will hopefully not only help local businesses but also make people smile during these uncertain times,” said the HomeSuiteHome founders, Burghardt and Kijlstra. 

“I’m blown away by the level of creativity we’ve seen from entrepreneurs in Amsterdam in the past few weeks, and truly appreciate the small businesses looking out for each other during these crazy times. We’re super happy to be a part of this creative initiative aiming to bring the holiday experience straight to your home,” added Isil Ozbay, The Very Good Candle Company. 

A one night stay for two adults starts at €85 with bookings opening April 7. 

HomeSuiteHome plans to continue innovating in hospitality while travel is restricted, further looking at how to support local businesses worldwide.


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