Luxury Suites Amsterdam
What We Love
- A stay in a chic suite in central Amsterdam, with daily breakfast and a welcome drink
- Having your own luxury suite, right in the heart of Amsterdam
- Taking an Ecoboat tour from the hotel, to take in the city sights
- Laying your eyes on original paintings by Rembrandt and van Gogh
- Starting your day with complimentary breakfast, and your stay with a welcome drink
What To Know
- Home-away-from-home vibe with a dining area and kitchenette in each suite
- Suites are a spacious 560 square feet, so there's plenty of room to relax
- Not all suites have a private terrace
Whether you’re in town for a taste of historical heritage or to immerse
yourself in hip surrounds, Amsterdam delivers, offering a compelling mix
of the old and the new. Lining the charming lacework of canals that give
this city its unique essence are 17th-century houses, trendy
coffee shops and design-savvy boutiques, alongside antique emporiums,
artists’ studios and a generous array of fascinating museums. Get acquainted with this eclectic city, in your own suite – right in its center.
Luxury Suites Amsterdam offers plush and spacious
accommodations, with home-away-from-home amenities, including a dining area and kitchenette. If
you’ve spent the day gallery-hopping and window-shopping, why not cook
up a light dinner at home, before sampling the city’s nightlife? You’ve
plenty to choose from nearby, so go see what’s around these concentric canals. Or, to view the city from one of them, treat
yourself to an Ecoboat tour (a solar-powered vessel that’s originally
from the Sixties) and glide away, champagne in hand.
Luxury suites are spacious, at 560 square feet, and
luxuriously furnished, with plush fabrics and modern fixtures and
fittings. Some boast a small terrace, while others afford views of the
Gassan Diamond Factory. In each, you’ll find an en-suite bathroom, sitting area,
dining table and chairs and a kitchenette.
Suites Amsterdam occupies a prime spot in the center of the city,
within a short walk of some of the popular squares, including
Waterlooplein, Rembrandtplein and the Nieuwmarkt. The Royal Palace and
the Beurs van Berlage are both just a 10-minute walk away.Amsterdam has many
fascinating museums to visit, and a boat cruise along the canals provides
a unique perspective of this charming city. What’s more, original
paintings by both nan Gogh and Rembrandt can be found within the art
How to Get There
I loved everything about staying in this hotel.
The people working at Luxury Suites are extremely accommodating and make you feel welcome and appreciated from the moment you step in the door.
The rooms are roomy and quiet; they have Dyson fans, a plethora of
L'Occitane en Provence products in the bathroom and a very nice and well-stocked kitchenette and minibar. The bed is very comfortable and they have a turndown service at night.
Breakfast is served 'till 11 am, and it's set up in such a way that you first get your coffee and a selection of bread, pastries, cheeses, and jams so you can look over the breakfast menu and order something a la carte that they will prepare fresh. I couldn't have asked for a better way to start the day.
Check out was quick and easy; Peter walked us out to the car and we said our goodbyes. This boutique hotel truly is a hidden gem.
I had reserved a nice suite at the hotel...my first time visiting. However my flight got canceled and I had to reschedule my trip. I begged them to allow me to use the credit toward the next night. Despite the fact that the hotel was not full that night, they simply refused, wanting to maximize short term revenue over loyal long term customers. I even told them I am in AMS all the time and would go there regularly, they refused. Very disappointing.
This was the first leg on a little European tour we took this summer with our toddler.
At first I thought the location was a little off the beaten path but that turned out to be great. It was on the canal and quiet. A short walk to the main streets and lots of attractions. It was perfect.
The hotel staff was helpful.
Just one word of advice, we asked the front desk about Anne Frank tickets and they said they sell out months in advance(partly true). They withhold 20% for the day of online and you can queue up online for them. We ended up getting some but only Bc I chose to not believe the front desk.
The room was incredibly large with a great view of a garden out back. Everything was stocked and included! Bed was comfortable and the shower was the hardest thing to say goodbye to.
They called for a Car for us to the train station even and were very good with my 3 year old.
If I am in Amsterdam again this is where I will go, hands down.