Highlights of the New KLM Crown Lounge in Amsterdam

What’s unique about the lounge is its five different “Dutch landscapes”, which caters to traveler needs—from relaxation to entertainment.

Whether you’ve got a wee bit of time or a couple of hours to spare at Amsterdam‘s Schiphol airport, the New KLM Crown Lounge is a good place to be.

Located between the airport’s E and F piers, the newly renovated lounge is instantly recognizable thanks to its glass wall, which is adorned with Delft blue miniature houses.

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What’s unique about the lounge is its five different “Dutch landscapes”, which caters to traveler needs—from relaxation to entertainment.

The Polder landscape features carpeting in various shares of green in homage to Netherland’s lush pastures. Meanwhile, a 110-meter LED light wall simulates the Dutch sky and adapts to the time of day, allowing guests to both work and relax with ease.

When hunger pangs hit, head to the City landscape for a Heineken bar, a coffee bar, and a live cooking station. To recharge, visit the Sky for a nap in one of the cozy sleeping cabins or freshen up with a shower.

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Meant for both work and play, the Dutch Mountain zone offers a TV room, as well as a DJ stand for special events. Its design also features historical attributes to the airline’s heritage.

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On the second floor is Sky, a luxurious setting with a terrace that overlooks the airport. Guests can tuck into meals Joris Bijdendijk of RIJKS, the Rijksmuseum’s Michelin-starred restaurant, as well as specialty drinks.

More information here.
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