The Golden Tulip revamp

Many moons ago, when I lived in The Netherlands Golden Tulip was a national brand holding most of the prestigious hotels in the country. Tracing back roots to the early 1960s the chain went through many different incarnations, being part of the NH/Krasnapolsky merger (many Golden Tulip Hotels are now NH Hotels) after finally being sold to the French Louvre group in 2009, which sold most of its exclusive Concorde Hotels to concentrate on its budget division (Campanile, Kyriad, Premiere Classe). Now Golden Tulip is slated for a much needed “lifestyle” revamp, on which you can read everything here. I very much like one of the renderings for a new room type shown here.

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