|Photographing this hotel was like a photo shoot with a supermodel, every angle was perfection.|
|This chandelier wins!|
|Signing the guest book|
|Antz captured four year old Olivia perfectly|
|Learning the history of the hotel|
|I'm sure if you look hard enough you can find Jack Nicholson in this photograph|
|I want a steamer trunk like this one so bad!|
|Just waiting for Danny to ride his Big-Wheel down this hallway|
|I know my Mom would love this chair|
|One day I will own a sawhorse desk|
|Local Dutch brew|
|Fries with mayonnaise is the best!|
The Lloyd is enormous yet has only 117 rooms. You won't find a corporate boring room like the one we stayed in on our first night. Most of the rooms are designed by Dutch artists and they range from one star amenities to five star. I love the idea of different styles of rooms at every price range. There's even a room with a bed for eight! Here are some more unusual hotel rooms. Our room is considered the Honeymoon suite and I was so excited that we were able to book it. I loved every second in that room. I wish there wasn't even a TV in there because we never used it and it took away from the simple design of the room. Not to sound like some kind of snob but I've stayed a plenty of five star hotels yet this hotel was the most interesting and hauntingly beautiful place.
I know, I'm such a tease. I shall post our room soon.