10 Best Luxury Hotels in Amsterdam

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Amsterdam has numerous luxury hotels with great ambiance for the pleasure seeking visitors. All of these hotels are known for its own splendor and elegance. Here is a list of the top 10 luxury hotels in Amsterdam.

  • Hotel Pulitzer:

    This hotel sits on the beautiful stretch of one of the most attractive canals of Amsterdam. It is at walking distance from the Anne Frank House and the Royal Palace on the Dam. It runs through 25 buildings between two canals. The walls are decorated with beautiful art works. There is a gym, a garden courtyard and multiple event rooms. It has a 1920 made mahogany salon boat which looks very beautiful. The visitors can have a tour through the canals on this water vessel.

  • Sofitel Legend the Grand:

    Located right at the centre of the city, the hotel is a main attraction and is known for its calmness and serenity. It was built in 1578 as a monastery and later was also used as the lodge for royal visitors. Your stay here can be tailored according to your taste. Butlers do personal service which makes the service more efficient. The Grand also has bicycles, salon boat and horse drawn carriage for sightseeing in the city. The art Deco former council chamber and the wedding chamber are still used for functions.

  • The Toren:

    This is another hotel set in two grand houses on the canal. The original features of the houses remain at some places even now. The rooms come in all shapes and sizes and are beautifully decorated. The staff here can help you in finding the attractions in the city and they can guide you to the proper standalone restaurants in the city. Though there is no restaurant, the down stair lounge bar with an amazing ambiance gives a marvelous experience.

  • The Dylan:

    The 17th century arch and gateway itself gives a special appearance to this hotel. Each room is decorated in one of the five different themes used here. The courtyard which is shaded by the presence of small trees gives a peaceful atmosphere unlike the busy city outside. It is children friendly but concerning the style and ambience it is meant for the adults.

  • Waldorf Astoria:

    The hotel has a canal to its front and a beautiful garden courtyard to its back. A staircase which is a prime period structure and also the 17th century ceiling paintings are great attractions here. The Maurer Room is famous for its perfect setting which recreates the past with the 18th century wall paintings. Also the contemporary style can be observed in the glass lamps and the chandeliers.

  • Hotel Okura:

    This is a sophisticated hotel situated in the outskirts of Amsterdam. The lobby of the hotel offers a serene area for the guests to relax. The large windows facilitate the entry of natural light which make the place more beautiful. There are 23 floors containing rooms, of which many offer good panoramic views. Rooms belong to Superior or Executive categories. The higher you go in the bulding the view of Amsterdam will be more beautiful but the rooms at the top cost more.

  • Seven One Seven:

    This is the hotel to go to if you want to give yourself a treat. Everything is grand but with a homely and domestic touch, which makes you feel at home. You will get the real feel of living in an Amsterdam canal house during your stay here. It will also give the feel of visiting a place with lots of antique collections. The hotel has a babysitting service which makes it family friendly.

  • InterContinental Amstel:

     It is in all ways a classic grand hotel. Mostly the rooms are decorated with classic items and also give an overview of the oldest part of the city. The spa and the waterside restaurant are also main attractions here.

  • Conservatorium:

    It was Piero Lissoni, the Italian interior architect who converted a 19th century building into the present hotel. He has kept intact some of the structures of the building but also changed some to fit the contemporary style. It is located near to the famous locations like Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum etc. and hence is very famous in this area.

  • Hotel Twenty Seven:

    It is a suites-only hotel located in the third to seventh floors of a very old building in the town. The restaurant and cocktail bar is one of the best in the town. It is richly decorated from the reception to the rooms. Each suite has its own steam room and whirlpool bath and also the fitness equipments are provided.

Most of the luxury hotels in Amsterdam are close to the famous landmarks and hence has guests throughout the year. If you are planning to tour Amsterdam and is looking for a luxury hotel in Amsterdam, it is good to have a fair knowledge of the services provided in each of these hotels so that you can choose the one which is suitable for you.