Trailblazers Peter Lute and Marcel Wanders, pioneers in hospitality and design, have come up with an innovative and unparalleled concept: Lute Suites. It is the first ‘urban’ project of this kind in the world. For, instead of establishing facilities in a fixed, specific location, these suites will in the course of time be spread across a great number of locations throughout the entire city of Amsterdam. All the suites are fitted out with every imaginable comfort and the interiors are utterly unique in every detail. The contribution of the illustrious design labels Boffi, Bisazza and Moooi was essential in realising this ambitious concept.
A row of exquisitely beautiful, 18th century cottages, all commanding views of the Amstel River and the spectacular Dutch skies, have been converted into 7 suites. The appeal of the Lute Suites is that the guests enjoy complete freedom of movement combined with truly homely surroundings, which make them ideal for a longer stay. The modern and simultaneously classical decor imbues the suites with a delightful ambience, combining warmth with a global style; an ideal environment for expats.
The comfort and the service included offer these international travelers a very comfortable home base. And this is just the effect Lute and Wanders wished to achieve with their concept. All the Suites have their own front door and comprise a living room, a separate bathroom and a separate bedroom. In the living room, a kitchenette and a wine rack provide the necessary home comforts, while the flat screen lcd-screen and DVD-players invite you to kick off your shoes and wind down at the end of the day. The bedroom, with a double bed, is usually on the second floor or in the loft and in two suites there is a so-called ‘sleeping nook’. All the bathrooms have a separate toilet, a bath and a separate shower. All the suites command unsurpassed bucolic views of the Amstel River.
Located in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Lute Suites were completed in 2005.