The charming Dutch city is all about romantic scenarios, beautifull water canals, friendly people and, of course, utterly charming hotels. Amsterdam leaves no space for romance, it’s pure hot love. An affair with luxury in the country of flowers. Today, My Design Week, gives you a city guide of Amsterdam, with the best hotels to stay in.
The Toren is placed amongst the grand 17th century canal houses of the Keizergracht. The well known interior designer Wim van de Oudeweetering took charge of creating a chic, theatrical and slightly mystical ambience, in which style, warmth and comfort unite. The 38 guest rooms are all different and vary from small and elegant to spacious and stunningly beautiful.
Kramer 01 B&B
“Kamer 01” is a bed and breakfast designed with a philosophy of style and personal service.
Super stylish bedrooms, with a personal touch of the owner’s interior design skills and own furniture pieces. Situated in a bend of the Singel Canal it has a view towards Flowermarket, Spui and the 9 Streets district. Surrounded bymuseums, cultural activities and fine restaurants, your stay at ‘Kamer 01″ is the beginning of your discovery of Amsterdam.
One of Amsterdam’s most unique luxury accommodations, Hotel Pulitzer‘s 230 guest rooms occupy 25 restored 17th- and 18th-century canal houses between the picturesque Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht canals.
This hotel in southern Amsterdam caters to business travelers and those seekinng luxury in a quieter section of the city. Expect tastefully modern rooms and world-class dining, as the hotel Okura boasts two of the city’s four Michelin-starred restaurants. Yamazato serves traditional Japanese fare on the ground floor, while Ciel Bleu offers French-inspired cuisine on the 23rd floor.
This building from the ’60s was home to the famous “bed in” of John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969. You can even rent the room for just € 1,400 a night! Located on a quiet canal in Amsterdam’s Old South neighborhood, the hotel is walking distance to favorite shopping and dining spots of local residents.
The traditionally furnished 79 rooms and suites of this amazing hotel reminds us of the grand European elegance. Guests enjoy a unique, idyllic location, a private square along the Amstel River that is at once central and quiet. The hotel‘s main restaurant, La Rive, is one of only four Michelin-starred kitchens in Amsterdam.
Hotel Grand Krasnapolsky
Situated on busy Dam Square, the Krasnapolsky is grand indeed, with more than 450 rooms and 36 apartments. The hotel’s décor is simpler and more understated than that of the ornate Amstel Intercontinental. The spectacular Winter Garden is popular with guests and visitors for its breakfast in a lush setting.