‘Fairy-Tale’ Hotel Offers Guests A Garden With Butterflies & Edible Plants

‘Fairy-Tale’ Hotel Offers Guests A Garden With Butterflies & Edible Plants
Design

This new hospitality experience in Amsterdam provides exclusive shopping, lectures, exhibitions, and a dining room serving local favorites.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 september 2012

Hôtel Droog in Amsterdam offers guests some unique experiences including a garden where they can eat the plants, an art gallery, a restaurant offering local favorites, exclusive shopping, beauty advice, a lecture series, or a room for the night. Dutch design firm Droog opened the hotel, housed in 700 square meters in a 17th century building, and they curate exhibitions in the gallery and also have their own store.

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