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Amsterdam, Netherlands, West Europe
If you’re a fan of heritage hotels, then you’re in for a treat. Pulitzer Amsterdam is a recently renovated hotel set in 25 interlinked canal houses dating from 17th and 18th century. Combining the authentic architectural elements with contemporary chic design, this hotel is a true hidden gem of the ...
The Japanese capsule hotels are taking Europe by storm! Amsterdam’s CityHub deserves particular attention with its mission to cater for travel in the digital age. Not only does each hub (as they call them here) have excellent Wi-Fi connection, built-in speakers and app-controlled lighting – you can actually take your ...
Conveniently located in Amsterdam World Trade Center (WTC), the Qbic Hotel is situated in the heart of Amsterdam’s financial district. It is a prime location for international travelers as it is only 10 minutes via taxi or tram to both Schiphol Airport and the city center. As the home city ...
Steeped in history, the Lloyd Hotel in Amsterdam originally opened in the 1920s. Over the years the hotel has served as a refugee center, juvenile detention center and artist studios. It reopened in 2004 as the Lloyd Hotel with 117 rooms, complete with a Cultural Embassy which, according to the ...
While the exterior of this luxury hotel is rather unassuming as it blends in seamlessly with the rest of the neighborhood, don’t be fooled. The Andaz Amsterdam, located in the city’s Jordaan district, is hip and stylish with contemporary furnishings and friendly staff. This 122-room hotel is steps away from ...
Located in Amsterdam’s Museum Square, the Conservatorium is not a mere hotel; it’s a luxury palace for travelers seeking a stay in opulence and luxury. Originally built at the end of the 19th century and designed by Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel, the Conservatorium opened it’s doors in late 2011 with ...
The Faralda Crane Hotel in Amsterdam is well on its way to superstardom, even though it is a newly opened hotel. The three suites that make up the Faralda Crane, and yes, there are only three, are among the most expensive suites in the Netherlands. The investment in each suite ...
Whether you are visiting Amsterdam for business or pleasure, or perhaps a mix of both, one of the most unique hotel experiences to be had is at the Hôtel Droog. It is located in the heart of the historical center of the city and what makes it truly interesting is ...
It’s certainly easy to remember the name and with a central Amsterdam location, it’s also easy to find. What really stands out though is the hotel’s commitment to arts. The rooms themselves are designed as artworks, with creative input by the Collaboration-O which was founded at the Eindhoven Design Academy. ...
*The Hotel that Makes You Smile* This incredible-looking hotel is twelve storeys high and looks as if a giant has taken a number of the green-painted cottages typical of the Zaan region and mashed them together. One blue house stands out in the mix – it is a reference to ...
*A Trainspotter’s Dream* You can stroll across from Amsterdam Central Station, cross the noisy thoroughfare of Prins Hendrikkade Street and find yourself in the A-train Hotel. It is a hotel decorated by a railway enthusiast. You could mistake the interior for being a railway museum such is the collection of ...
This grand building was built in 1886 as a women’s hospital. It was administered by a charity who cared for the poor and vulnerable women in society because there was no welfare state in those days. During the Second World War, the property was occupied and later used to house ...
A veteran hotelier’s wife gives birth to a child on a starry night. And when the proud father looks past the waving arms and feet into that child’s eyes, he was forever changed. Which is roughly what happened to make Dutch duo, Marco and Sam open a hotel aiming to ...
When you arrive at Citizen M, the unusual check-in is the first thing you notice. Rather like online check-in for flights, you just enter your details into a computer terminal and you are then issued with your room key. The ‘M’ stands for ‘Mobile Citizen of the World’ – it ...
I love Amsterdam. With street names like PC Hoofdstraat and the Vondelpark, I can imagine only the Von Trapps and Clogs - happy times. This hotel is one for all you philosophy lovers. So, get your heads out of the clouds you dreamers! Unless, of course, you are staying in ...