Edwin Kornmann Owner – Amsterdam’s most unique Crane Hotel

Edwin Kornmann Owner – Amsterdam’s most unique Crane Hotel. Tired of staying in hotels and want a new experience time travel? Experience the former hotel building faucets at a height of tens of meters in Amsterdam, and feel a tremendous sensation in this unique hotel.

Amsterdam’s most unique hotel, not located in the city center but at the harbor. Her hotel is located above the port area, precisely on the faucet. The owner is Edwin Kornmann. Hotel faucet is the idea, when he saw the harbor crane faucet is retired. Kornmann bought it for 1 Euro. Then she was decorating. Sections in red are new, while the rest of the gray still a long crane.

Karlotta Arnold will try it with an overnight stay at this hotel. Previously had to climb stairs to reach the elevator on the way up to the peak. After 30 seconds, Karlota up to her room at Faralda Crane Hotel. there are only three rooms in this unique hotel.

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Edwin Kornmann explained: “This room used to be the control room. Faucets crane operator had sat in the back corner there.”

Investing millions of euros to fruition awards To remodel the former industrial valves need to cost 3 million euros. Edwin Kornmann explained why he insisted on building a unique hotel with the cost of very expensive: “I want to realize something was wrong. Hotel the best designs in faucets crane.”

Edwin Kornmann Owner - Amsterdam's most unique Crane Hotel

Edwin Kornmann Owner - Amsterdam's most unique Crane Hotel

Edwin Kornmann Owner - Amsterdam's most unique Crane Hotel

Edwin Kornmann Owner - Amsterdam's most unique Crane Hotel

Edwin Kornmann Owner - Amsterdam's most unique Crane Hotel

Edwin Kornmann Owner - Amsterdam's most unique Crane Hotel

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For his idea he even received an award. Each room is designed by specialized designers. In addition to beautiful furniture, this room has advantages beyond the spectacular scenery. Karlotta Arnold advises: “Those who are afraid of heights, should not be to this hotel. Because the rooms are built in such a way so that from anywhere could look down.”

The view is sensational Amsterdam It took three years to overhaul the faucet so the hotel. The rooms are inhabited Karlotta located at an altitude of 45 meters. The sensation: privileged view of the city of Amsterdam from a height, and plus the gorgeous interior. No wonder the price of an expensive stay. Starting from 435 Euro per night, without breakfast. As a bonus, there is a second form of mezzanine floor in the room.

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Karlotta Arnold recounts: “It is strange because this is actually the tap. But in here will not be felt. Because of the hotel’s interior is absolutely designed beautifully.”

At nightfall, the atmosphere changed dramatically. At the highest point of the hotel, at an altitude of 60 meters there is a Whirlpool !. This scene can only be enjoyed once the operator faucet. Time for Karlotta to sleep. How does it feel to sleep at altitude? “Good morning. I slept quite soundly. Except for one thing that bothered. The sound of the elevator at night. It was strange. Rooms like part moves. But I think, our position has not changed at all. “Karlotta said Arnold. In conclusion: let’s just stay overnight at the faucet, the sensation is guaranteed never to be forgotten forever.

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