Amsterdam 5-Star Hotels
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Amsterdam five-star hotels
Amsterdam Renaissance Hotel
This newly renovated five-star hotel has two amenities that its competitors lack:
an authentic 'brown café' that existed before the hotel was built, and a 17th Century domed
church with a working organ and carved wooden pulpit that serves as a conference
center. (See our illustrated
This luxury hotel has catered to the rich and famous since 1867. Its historic
building overlooks the Amstel River.
Hotel de l'Europe
Service and intimacy are the focus here. The hotel has only 111 rooms, an
elegant 19th Century decor, and enough modern amenities so you won't think
you've been trapped in the Victorian Era.
With 468 rooms and a location facing the Royal Palace, the Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is
favored by upscale tours and business groups. The hotel has two restaurants, a
fitness center, and the Golden Palm Bar.
This 270-room hotel is built behind the façades
of 19 historic buildings from the 17th and 18th Centuries. Many of its rooms
incorporate the original oak beams and rafters. The Barbizon Palace is located
across the street from Centraal Station, and you can park in the underground
garage or arrive by boat at the private landing.
Two canals frame the Pulitzer, which has 230 rooms, suites, and apartments in 24 restored
17th and 18th Century houses. The hotel has a garden, many rooms have oak
ceiling beams, and all bathrooms feature heated marble floors.
Wyndham Apollo Hotel Amsterdam
The former Apollo Pavilion opened in 1928, when Amsterdam hosted the Olympic
Games. It became a hotel in 1962, and today it offers 223 rooms and suites
plus assorted bars and restaurants. It's located in the Museum Quarter, just
beyond the city center.
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