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Business Traveler (USA) - - MEETING MATTERS -

Part of UK chain Mint (once City Inn) when it opened in May 2011, this new­build next to the sta­tion swiftly be­came a Dou­bletree fol­low­ing the sale of Mint to Hil­ton World­wide owner the Black­stone Group. The 553-room prop­erty looks onto the Oos­ter­dok (east­ern dock) and his­toric center in the front, and across the River IJ to Am­s­ter­dam No­ord (North) to the back – its 11th-floor Sky­lounge of­fers great views, and its south­ern sec­tion and bal­cony can be booked for 150 peo­ple.

The first floor is ded­i­cated to meet­ings and has seven rooms that di­vide into smaller spa­ces to make a to­tal of 15. They have floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows and hold from ten and 216 guests, and the whole level can ac­com­mo­date up to 750 peo­ple di­vided over dif­fer­ent ar­eas. For larger events, the ho­tel can part­ner with nearby venues such as the Muziekge­bouw aan’t IJ con­cert hall, NEMO sci­ence mu­seum, Pas­sen­ger Ter­mi­nal Am­s­ter­dam and for­mer stock ex­change Beurs van Ber­lage. The prop­erty has am­ple un­der­ground park­ing, a 150-seat restau­rant, and its very own Star­bucks.

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