Even more interesting than the letters’ outward appearance, is the rather unorthodox design of the rooms. Designed by different designers, each room has its own surprise. In the ‘B’, you’ll find a halfpipe for skaters. The ‘O’ is inspired by the erotic novel Histoire d’O (1954), written by French writer Paulina Réage. The elevator is located in the ‘T’, and also contains the captain’s room. The ‘E’ has something really cool, namely the Netherland’s smallest cinema. Last but not least, the ‘L’ is an oasis of peace, where one can retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. Needless to say, you can also you take a nap in all of these rooms.
Whereas most of Botel’s regular rooms are available to backpackers and low-budget tourists, the new rooms are just slightly more expensive. A single night will cost you around €200, but you can sleep up to four people per room. For all of you planning to visit Amsterdam, spending a night in one these awesome rooms could be the finishing touch of an unforgettable city trip!