This charming city hotel is innovative in every way. The listed national monument, dating back to 1921, has been converted into a hotel and is now a true showcase for Dutch architecture and design. Situated above the restaurant, it informs guests and interested parties on topics such as art, culture and cultural projects. The hotel also lends itself very well to functions and business meetings by virtue of its sheer size, its unusual range of spaces and its innovative design features. The family-friendly establishment offers a total of 117 guest rooms. In the communal spaces, a variety of services are on offer, including 24-hour check-in and check-out in the lobby, a hotel safe, currency exchange, a cloakroom, lift access, a kiosk, shops, hairdressing salon, conference facilities, WLAN Internet access and bicycle hire. There are on-site parking facilities, and the hotel is easily accessible by a private boat (for a fee). For dining and drinks, guests can make use of the hotel's own café, bar and restaurant. The full menu is also available in guests' rooms with 24-hour room service, and there is a laundry service as well.