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FreshBed The Dylan


19 May 2021

The Netherlands’ leading luxury boutique hotel*) The Dylan Amsterdam added the most recent FreshBed model to their suites. This latest FreshBed model is another milestone of the brand whose ambition is to become a leading global player in the world of sleep. Strengthening our cooperation demonstrates our mutual drive for innovation, differentiation, and exceptional quality.

In 2017 The Dylan equipped their first suite with the science-based FreshBed sleep system. Since then, they have equipped more suites with the advanced sleep system. René Bornmann, General Manager of the hotel: “At The Dylan we strive to deliver the best possible night’s rest for our guests, not only by improving the quality of one’s sleep but also providing a unique experience”. The stylish boutique hotel is located in an exceptional 17th-century landmark on the Keizersgracht, one of Amsterdam’s most famous canals. It is the ideal home base to discover the hidden treasures of Amsterdam’s past and present by foot or bike. The hotel also features the Michelin-starred Restaurant Vinkeles, situated in an 18th-century bakery.

Barry van Doornewaard, Founder and CEO of FreshBed is delighted with the partnership: “Nowadays guests not only expect the highest level of comfort, but health and hygiene have perhaps become even more crucial. This also offers opportunities. With FreshBed, hotels can differentiate themselves and exceed the expectations of the most demanding guests”.

FreshBed is the only science-based bed in the world that offers a unique and innovative combination of individual body temperature control with the most silent active airflow technology, achieving the right skin temperature and optimal humidity. The integrated medical HEPA filter purifies the air and creates a clean and perfect microclimate in and around the bed.

The Dylan and FreshBed celebrate their partnership with a special offer for a perfect night’s rest in Amsterdam.

*) Condé Nast awarded The Dylan as the best hotel in the Netherlands in 2020.