Sir Albert Hotel

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Sir Albert Hotel conference room

A mind-expanding jaunt to Amsterdam – it sounds about as likely to get signed off by the board as a team-building beano to Oktoberfest. But thanks to the new, ultra-soothing creative space at the city’s Sir Albert Hotel, this is now a plausible proposition.

It’s Amsterdam’s status as one of the world’s most energetic start-up hubs that persuaded the hotel, a one-time diamond factory in the vibrant De Pijp [The Pipe] district just south of the city centre, to devote a new space to meetings, photo shoots, launches and other business-related gatherings.

With its natural daylight (thanks to the high ceilings and large windows), ping-pong table, corkboard wall and soft furnishings, it’s the antithesis to the stressful, imagination-stifling surrounds of the conventional office space.

Add to that the state-of-the-art projector and Apple TV (to which a mobile phone, MacBook or iPod can be connected wirelessly), plus a Smeg fridge full of drinks, snacks and nibbles, and it’s the perfect place for an overnight brainstorming trip.

When it comes to giving your team a wellbeing boost and renewed creative vigour, this is a place where work, rest and play can sing in harmony.

To see more of the hotel, visit siralberthotel.com
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Nick Scott

Nick Scott

A former editor-in-chief of The Rake and deputy editor of the Australian edition of GQ, Nick has had features published in titles including Esquire, The Guardian, Observer Sport Monthly and Rolling Stone Australia and is a contributing editor to Director magazine. He has interviewed celebrities including Hugh Jackman, Daniel Craig and Elle Macpherson, as well as business people including Sir Richard Branson, Charles Middleton and Nick Giles and Michael Hayman MBE.

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