Web3 is updating how the world does business and the hospitality sector is at the forefront of this shift. With the future in mind, Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam will join RendezVerse’s growing community of hotels, venues and buyers in an effort to save our most valuable assets; time, money and the planet.
RendezVerse will allow clients to be virtually present as they showcase or discover exact replicas of venues or bespoke meeting places and eventually events. Can venues afford to be left behind? Anantara Amsterdam believes not and as such is the latest exciting addition to a string of high-profile properties to join the RV Development Project, in an ongoing commitment to a more efficient way of business.
One of the city’s most celebrated hotels, overlooking the Royal Palace, and a few minutes’ walk from the central railway station, Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is a jewel in the heart of Amsterdam having welcomed royal celebrations and world conventions for over 150 years.
Hosting up to 1,500 guests, the property is equipped for any event from board meetings to gala dinners in the Wintergarden and outdoor events in the Summergarden, rooftop terrace or canal boat. With such exceptional facilities, Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam is a most desirable vehicle to showcase the capabilities of the RendezVerse.
The partnership will bring Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam to virtual life allowing event planners to not only visit all aspects of the venue but also plan their bespoke concept to the most finite detail from decor and menus to presentation formats and schedules, all from the comfort of their own desk.
RendezVerse Founder and CEO, Peter Gould said; “We have been delighted with the support received from the industry to date and no more so than with our partnership with Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam. Steeped in history the property conveys a quiet assurance of style and luxury and we look forward to bringing her into virtual life, a challenge we whole-heartedly accept.”