Luxury Suites Amsterdam – Netherlands
UNPARALLELED LUXURY IN THE DYNAMIC CITY CENTRE
Welcome to Luxury Suites Amsterdam – Netherlands: a timeless and luxurious suite-only hotel in Amsterdam’s beating city heart, which will provide you outstanding services in a lavish ambiance.
Luxury Suites Amsterdam is an intimate and charming oasis of peace and quiet, located in the historic city centre. Amsterdam’s famous sights, such as the Dam Square and the Waterloo Square, are just a short walk away. The hotel is surrounded by the city’s finest bars and restaurants, and you can always enjoy a drink by the beautifully designed bar, having the most exclusive local and foreign liquors.
Luxury Suites Amsterdam also offers a range of unique services and facilities, direct from the hotel or in collaboration with Luxury Suites’ carefully chosen partner establishments. These include the Hattawej hotel massage service, canal tours with Ambolux Classic Ecoboats, or classic saloon boat tours with full luxury catering.
Sightseeing in Amsterdam is a must. The City is steeped in historical and cultural treasures. Pay a visit to one of the many museums in Amsterdam and admire the masterpieces of Rembrandt and Van Gogh, or take a boat cruise and let an experienced guide provide you with interesting cultural and historical information. You will certainly recognise this cultural and historical background reflected in the architecture and unique design of Luxury Suites, but with that added touch of contemporary sophistication.
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There are 25 unique suites and penthouses, from 50 square meters up to 90 square meters – an exclusive range in rooms – and all the amenities to satisfy the luxurious traveller.
All suites have been designed individually and each suite has its own exclusive, sumptuous interior. Some of the suites even have their own little terrace, and all the penthouses have an amazing view on the Oudeschans, a beautiful, typical Amsterdam canal.
Each suite also has its own kitchen, which provides every comfort and convenience needed.
The elegant 50m2 (538 sq. ft.) Luxury Suite offers a range of luxurious extras, a number of which have a small terrace or a view of Gassan Diamond Factory. These comfortable suites reflect the same charm that is predominant throughout the hotel and include a modern equipped kitchen facility.
The well-proportioned 70m2 (753 sq. ft.) Royal Suite offers an array of extra features, including a comfortable living and dining area with splendid view onto the “Oudeschans”, one of Amsterdam’s impressive and picturesque canals. The perfect choice for those requiring larger accommodation including a modern equipped kitchen facility.
The stunning penthouses vary between 75m2 (807 sq. ft.) and 90m2 offers sheer luxury combined with phenomenal views over Amsterdam and its historical gable roofs and multitude of city canals. Catch the slow sunset over the Amsterdam skyline. The spacious bathroom is located at the rear of the penthouse and is fully-fitted with deluxe bath and separate shower. The Penthouses also includes a modern equipped kitchen facility.
Every suite in Luxury Suites Amsterdam boasts its own private kitchen for you to prepare your breakfast, lunch or dinner. The lobby, which also serves as breakfast room, offers wonderful views over the canal. In the hotel’s vicinity you will find many trendy and excellent eateries, pubs and restaurants. The hotel bar is open 24/7.
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Golden Age canals lined by tilting gabled buildings are the backdrop for Amsterdam’s treasure-packed museums, vintage-filled shops and hyper-creative design, drinking and dining scenes.
Amsterdam’s canal-woven core is laced by atmospheric narrow lanes. You never know what you’ll find: a tiny hidden garden; a boutique selling witty, stylised Dutch-designed homewares and fashion; a jewel box-like jenever (Dutch gin) distillery; a flower stall filled with tulips in a rainbow of hues; an old monastery-turned-classical-music-venue; an ultra-niche restaurant such as an avocado or strawberry specialist or one reinventing age-old Dutch classics. Fringing the centre, post-industrial buildings in up-and-coming neighbourhoods now house creative enterprises, from art galleries to craft breweries and cutting-edge tech start-ups, as well as some of Europe’s hottest clubs.
You can’t walk a kilometre without bumping into a masterpiece in the city. The Van Gogh Museum hangs the world’s largest collection by tortured native son Vincent. A few blocks away, Vermeers, Rembrandts and other Golden Age treasures fill the glorious Rijksmuseum. The Museum het Rembrandthuis offers more of Rembrandt via his etching-packed studio, while the Stedelijk Museum counts Matisses and Mondrians among its modern stock. And for blockbuster displays, the Hermitage Amsterdam delivers: the outpost of Russia’s State Hermitage Museum sifts through its three-million-piece home trove to mount mega exhibitions.
Bike & Boat Travel
Two wheeling is a way of life here. It’s how Amsterdammers commute to work, go to the shop, and meet a date for dinner. Abundant bike rental shops make it easy to gear up and take a spin. If locals aren’t on a bike, they may well be on the water. With its canals and massive harbour, this city reclaimed from the sea offers countless opportunities to drift. Hop aboard a canal boat (preferably an open-air one) or one of the free ferries behind Centraal Station, or rent your own for a wind-in-your-hair ride.
Amsterdam is famously gezellig, a Dutch quality that translates roughly as convivial or cosy. It’s more easily experienced than defined. There’s a sense of time stopping, an intimacy of the here-and-now that leaves your troubles behind, at least until tomorrow. The easiest place to encounter this feeling is a brown cafe (traditional Dutch pub). Named for their wood panelling and walls once stained by smoke, bruin cafés have gezelligheid (cosiness) on tap, along with good beer. You can also feel gezellig lingering after dinner in snug restaurants while the candles burn low.