First opened in June 2015 after a fine renovation by Concrete Amsterdam, the repurposed former publishing house draws design cues from its heritage,with a sleek, bold aesthetic, tastefully positioned typewriters as well as aptly chosen materials such as brass and wood.“Hence the name INK Hotel,” interjects Moreno Forte, the hotel’s amiable director of sales and marketing. “Originally the HQ of the Dutch national newspaper De Tijdnewspapers were written and printed in this very building. Now it is a place where stories are yet to be written.” The 149 rooms to suit six different budgets are tidy and fresh, with stand alone marble baths and a ton of heart-stealing features.