Deluxe hotel in iconic building – 5 star – Amsterdam

True five star luxury is what you will get from this deluxe hotel in an iconic building. With no less than the best in deluxe features and services providing you with a truly luxurious way to experience Amsterdam. With valet parking and limousine services available you can see the city in style, while the sumptuously comfortable bedrooms give you an opulent space to relax packed with every facility you could possibly need. There is even a health spa that includes a state of the art fitness centre so you can keep up with your workouts, a steam room and sauna so you can sit back and relax as well as an indoor swimming pool that you can enjoy all year round.

On top of the array of top quality features at this deluxe hotel it has the added bonus of being situated in the heart of the city, allowing you to see the best of Amsterdam’s sights and attractions with ease and convenience. Situated close to the central train station means that travelling to and from the hotel as well as around the city itself couldn’t be easier. Near by Dam Square marks Amsterdam’s historical centre and is a wonderful spot to spend an afternoon exploring the neo-classical architecture such as the Royal Palace, once the residence of Napoleon’s brother and King of the Netherlands. Many of the opulent furnishes were left behind after his fast retreat during the crumbling empire and can now be enjoyed today by visitors as well as regular historic and art exhibitions.

Opposite the Royal Palace is the iconic Gassan Dam Square, the place to treat yourself or someone special to stunning pieces of jewellery, a world class watch and even loose polished diamonds. World renowned for the expert team of staff, you’ll find them on hand to advise and to help you pick something that will last a lifetime or just explore this living piece of history that houses over four centuries of craftsmanship.

Beyond Dam Square you will find the picturesque series of canals called the Grachtengordel or canal ring. A major landmark along the canals is the Westerkerk, a 17th century protestant church that is steeped in History. World famous Dutch artist Rembrandt van Rijn is buried here along with many other artists, Anne Frank frequently wrote about the church’s soothing bells in her diaries during her time hiding near by.