Frequently Asked Questions
Are the artworks in Ambassade Hotel for sale?
The 800 artworks in our private CoBrA art-collection are not for sale. However, please ask us about the Art Collection folder which includes additional information and a free (self-guided) tour along the public areas of the hotel.
Which art movement is on display at the Ambassade Hotel?
The artworks are mainly from the CoBrA movement.
Seized by the expression, the management of the Ambassade Hotel started with the collection of Cobra art in late 2001. At the time of writing the collection contains more than 800 works of art. The goal is to allow the collection to grow into a comprehensive and complete overview of Cobra; a unique, post-war art movement with members throughout Europe, including Asger Jorn, Pierre Alechinsky and Karel Appel. In addition, the Ambassade Hotel owns some late 19th-century works by leading figures from the Amsterdam Impressionists movement: Isaac Israëls and George Hendrik Breitner.
How did the art collection at Hotel Ambassade start?
The owner fell in love with the art at the time in 1988. This has resulted in a contemporary collection of over 800 artworks.
What is the check-out time?
The regular check-out time is 12:00 p.m. However, please feel free to contact the reception by dialing 99 to discuss other options.