NH Hotels has announced its lifestyle brand nhow is coming to Brussels and Rome.
The existing 305-key NH Brussels Bloom will be turned into a genuine art hotel with a new design aiming to recast the attitudes and language of artists through a contemporary lens. A space where the new idiom, resources and codes of the world of modern art fuse to unleash creativity. The glass and concrete hotel was originally opened in 1976 as a Hyatt Regency Hotel.
The central 199-key NH Collection Vittorio Veneto, Rome will see its rooms and spaces reformulated to reinterpret the imperial city and its importance centuries on, from a present-day, disruptive and anachronistic viewpoint. A revised look back at the empire’s majesty, grandeur and legacy, but also at its excesses and vanities. The hotel, set in a modernist building opened in 1968 as a Jolly Hotel, was designed by architects Vincenzo Monaco and Amedeo Luccichenti. Main picture.
nhow Hotels are currently open in Milan, Berlin, Rotterdam and the recently opened Marseille property. Under construction are hotels in Amsterdam, London and Frankfurt. Plans include Lima and Santiago de Chile.