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20 The 20 Best Hotels in Amsterdam. Grand Hotel Amräth Amsterdam
Where: Prins Hendrikkade 108Try the Art otel if you want something different from the norm. It’s probably better described as an art gallery with guest rooms than a hotel with artwork, as the name suggests that art is taken very seriously here. A selection of temporary exhibitions and an ever-changing lineup of lecture events and workshops, along with the on-site art curator, there was a 3000-square-foot art gallery. Guests can expect the standard Radisson treatment outside the artwork: comfortable rooms subdued elegantly decorating a good selection of dining options and various health facilities including a gym and Finnish sauna.
Hotel Okura Amsterdam
The Hotel Okura Amsterdam is the perfect choice if you want to re a foodie. The great range of dining options includes a Michelin two-star restaurant, two Michelin one-star restaurants and a Michelin restaurant, Bib Gourmand. If you can stay away from the food long enough to check out the other amenities you will find plenty to please including several meeting spaces with comfortable rooms equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi access Nespresso coffee makers a pillow menu bathrobes and slippers sumptuous bathroom with deep-soak tubs and rainfall showers and a Japanese-style spa which is the perfect place for some serious R.
17. Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam
The Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam is the perfect choice for visitors looking to be right at the heart of the action with its prime location in the city centre. Equipped to meet the business traveler’s needs as the leisure seeker, the hotel is the perfect mix of practical and luxurious with 19 meeting rooms and banqueting halls offering several dining options and comfortable rooms equipped with complimentary Nespresso Wi-Fi coffee machines and walk-in showers. It’s worth splashing out an upgrade for those who can afford it to enjoy perks like butler service and steam rooms in the room.
Spread over two buildings, the W Amsterdam offers 2 accommodation options: warm subdued decor and plenty of refined elegance can be found in the part of the hotel set in a former bank. Meanwhile the section set in an old telephone exchange is packed with modern furniture and bold color schemes with futuristic designs. Regardless of which part you stay in there are a few items you can expect as usual like supremely comfortable rooms with Michelin starred cuisine and a world-class service level. The sleek rooftop lounge is not to be missed the perfect place to relax with a cocktail and enjoy the stunning views of the city. Jpg
15. InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam
From the moment you walk through the entrance, lay your eyes on the vaulted ceiling and the shiny marble floors of the lobby of the InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam, you know that you’re going to have fun. The hotel in the 19th century is overflowing with old school elegance and sophistication from the classic French cuisine served by Chef de Cuisine Rogér Rassin at the restaurant La Rive starred by Michelin and the glamorous Amstel Lounge to the huge marble bathrooms with deep-soak tubs and rainfall shows. It might be precious, but few would argue that the splurge is worth it.
With 225 rooms under its name, the Pulitzer Amsterdam is not exactly small but none-the-less it maintains the kind of personalized service and attention to detail in the boutique style that separates it from other large establishments. Guests can expect superbly comfortable, exquisitely decorated rooms (all equipped with a bike repair kit as a node to Amsterdam’s most famous pursuit) a lavish art deco theme bar and a modern European atmosphere.
Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam
Also. If you want your old school comfort, you won’t be disappointed with the Amsterdam Waldorf Astoria. Spread over six historic palaces, it provides the kind of spacious, airy rooms that can be difficult to find in spatially tight Amsterdam. The decor is suitably opulent with marble fireplaces with exposed beams and elegant furnishings. Meanwhile the bathrooms are the height of luxury with Murano glass lamps and Salvatore Ferragamo’s bountiful range of toiletries. Not to be missed is the on-site restaurant home to two starred Michelin chef Sidney Schutte and some of the best Amsterdam cuisine you’ll taste. Jpg
11. Conservatorium Hotel
The Conservatorium Hotel may be your perfect choice if you don’t want to leave your green habits behind while on vacation. As the first hotel in the Netherlands to earn Green Globe certification, it is a beacon of sustainable practices from organic food to eco-certified toiletries and spa items being served by Chef Schilo van Coevorden at the impressive glass-facing restaurant. Not that it places worthiness above good old-fashioned luxury: it is an all-round crowd-pleaser with its sophisticated luxurious decor of first-class service and sumptuous quarters. Jpg
10. Sir Adam Hotel
Youthful and energetic and packed with the kind of clientele guaranteed to make you feel a little self-conscious about your hairstyle Sir Adam Hotel is quickly becoming one of the hippest destinations in Amsterdam. Hidden within the A’DAM Toren, it is surrounded by some of the most famous attractions of the city on all sides, not to mention some of its best night spots. Little luxuries like 300 thread count linens and complimentary bottled water soften the vibrant industrial look (expect bare concrete walls lots of leather and a dazzling display of pop art) Meanwhile, the state-of – the-art gym has all the facilities and lessons that you need to take on a BLT and burn off the calories from The Daddy’s on-site gut-busting restaurant.
De L’Europe Amsterdam
The picture-perfect location of De L’Europe Amsterdam is hard to beat in an ornate historic building on the banks of the Amstel River. In addition to the excellent location, guests can expect to enjoy sumptuous all-marble bathrooms with vibrantly decorated rooms filled with all the luxuries and conveniences you might ever need a Michelin-starred restaurant with one of the most impressive wine lists you’ve ever seen and an outdoor patio with some of the most beautiful views you’ll enjoy anywhere in town.
The Exchange Hotel
If the beauty of old school is what you are searching for after Hotel Seven One Seven, you will find it there. It may not have the elegant little flourishes that you find in Amsterdam’s more state-of – the-art hotels, but what it lacks in state-of – the-art accessories it more than makes up for sumptuous elegance and stylish sophistication in classically excellent service romantic decor.
Room Mate Aitana
If you are a business traveler tired of regular business-friendly hotel options, a stay in Room Mate Aitana is expected to revive your flagging spirits in the near future. It marries comfort with luxury to impressive effect with its excellent location between Centraal Station and the business centers of the capital. Along with all the unusual necessities such as free WIFI meeting rooms, a business center and a personalized service desk, the Aitana Lounge Bar features some superb little flourishes such as tasting sessions and an extensive gym that welcomes guests 24/7.
Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht
With its beautiful canal-side location artfully decorated guest rooms world-class on-site restaurant sumptuous spa and courteous friendly service the Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht provides the kind of superbly relaxing stay most of us can only dream of. There is even a chance to indulge in some free wine at the daily library happy hour to top off the list of attractions.
If you’d like to stay at the beautiful HÃ’tel Droog, it’s best to get your booking soon. With only one room available throughout the hotel availability is a constant problem- but one worth tolerating. If you are fortunate enough to snap up a booking, brace yourself in an equally incredible one of a kind position for an exceptional one of a kind experience. The boutique provides excellent service, outstanding food and some common spaces outside the house, including a lovely Fairy Tale Garden worth the trip alone.
The Hoxton Amsterdam
From outside The Hoxton is the sort of unassuming little place that you can easily pass without noticing. Nonetheless, step inside its basic front entrance and it’s a completely different story. Packed with the kind of personal touches and details that make a good stay an exceptional one, it’s what all boutique hotels want to be. Meanwhile, Lotti’s on-site restaurant is doing a sterling job of redefining what hotel dining can be: if you used to the stuffy, impersonal and distantly average experience most of the hotel restaurants offer, be prepared to be pleasantly surprised by the vibrant, youthful and most importantly delightful culinary experience offered here.
Kimpton De Witt Hotel
The Dylan offers the utmost in privacy despite its central location. The quiet luxurious hideaway, tucked away in a quiet courtyard has everything you need for a relaxing break. Apart from the obligatory Illy espresso makers Frette bathrobes and James Heeley toiletries in each sumptuously designed guest room, the hotel boasts a variety of attractive features including the state-of – the-art gymnasium Michelin-starred restaurant Vinkeles and the exceptional Brasserie OCCO, the perfect place to relax after a long day of sightseeing with a Matured Manhattan featuring The Dylan s o