— Prison | Boutique Hotel

A nineteenth century prison in the Netherlands has been converted into a boutique hotel where guests sleep in the former cells.

The Het Arresthuis jail in Roermond, which dates back to 1863, was in use for nearly 150 years before finally closing its doors in 2007. After a makeover from Dutch hotel group Van der Valk, a total of 105 prisoner cells are transformed into 40 rooms and suites that open out to a lounge in the old prison hallway.


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