Cox (and) Kings-owned Meininger expands its hotel in Amsterdam City West

New Delhi [India], Feb. 2 : Meininger hotel group, owned by Cox (and) Kings, signed an agreement for the third expansion phase of its Amsterdam City West hotel.

By spring 2018, the Meininger Amsterdam City West hotel will increase its bed capacity from 1,177 beds to 1,585 beds.

The Meininger Hotel Amsterdam City West was the first one to open in the Netherlands, commencing in 2012.

Over the past five years, the hotel has been continuously expanding and now comprises of 321 rooms and 1,177 beds.

The hotel's high occupancy led to the conversion of the adjacent office building to create space for new hotel rooms during the first reconstruction phase.

The second reconstruction phase, which was successfully completed in December 2016, further increased room capacity, and the communal areas were also expanded and redesigned.

The Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh served as the inspiration for the design. "We are pleased to have successfully completed the first two expansions, and we are delighted to commence this third expansion.

This phase will almost certainly make the Meininger Hotel Amsterdam City West the largest hotel in Amsterdam," said Hannes Spanring, CEO of Meininger Hotels.

The Meininger Hotel Amsterdam City West is strategically located near Sloterdijk railway station, one of Amsterdam's most important transport hubs.

The hotel is only a five-minute S-Bahn ride from the city centre and Schiphol Airport is ten minutes away.

Source: ANI