These sumptuous guest quarters, stylishly contemporary and painted in sleek, modern slates and creams, are the work of Martijn Franzen and Frans van Cappelle, who transformed what was once a mint where Dutch banknotes were printed into an elegant hotel. Much of the original interior was saved, so the décor is a stylish blend of old and new, with chandeliers in many public areas and beams and other architectural features in the otherwise contemporary guest rooms. Bathrooms
in the spacious luxury rooms have showers and tubs; others have shower only. A bar, a reasonably priced brasserie, and an upscale restaurant (evenings only) are on the ground floor.