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Luxury Hotels in Amsterdam

Amsterdam has been a popular travel destination for decades, and for good reason. The city offers a bit of everything: historical sites, famous art museums, fantastic cuisine, shopping streets, and a bustling nightlife. Travelers of all sorts will feel at home in the city, but if you’re looking for that bit of extra comfort, check out some of the city’s best luxury hotels.
from $332
The Sofitel is a historic slice of opulence.
The Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam lives up to its name in every way. At one time serving as a convent and later as City Hall, the hotel has housed royalty, politicians, and even famous artists over the years. Experience the hotel’s historic charm with 177 rooms decorated in an authentic Dutch style, including 52 suites that feature separate lounges and stunning views of the canals below.While the rooms are certainly grand, it’s the extras that make this hotel worthy of royalty. The hotel boasts nearly a dozen separate bars, restaurants, and lounges, including a sumptuous Garden Terrace and Vinothéque. After a day of exploring nearby Dam Square, you can unwind at the two-story ‘So Spa’ or peruse the Library Or’s extensive book collection. The only danger of the Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam is that you may never want to leave.
from $298
The Andaz is heaven for art lovers.
The Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht Hotel is a truly unique hotel. Each of the 122 rooms has been individually decorated with chic and stylish designs. Exploring this hotel is like walking through an art museum with its eye-catching pieces. There is even a featured Video Art Collection on display. Don’t let the emphasis on design fool you, though. This hotel definitely doesn’t skimp on luxury. The rooms are each equipped with a 42-inch flat-screen TV, an iPod dock, and a complimentary mini bar. The hotel also features the Bluespoon Restaurant and Bar, a speakeasy-inspired setting that offers artisanal cocktails and an imaginative menu. If you’re feeling adventurous, enjoy dinner at the Chef’s Table and watch the master at work.
from $395
Find modern luxury in the museum district at the Conservatorium. 
The Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam offers luxury in a modern setting. The 129 rooms are elegant and simple but offer all the comforts you could possibly require: an espresso maker, a DVD player, complimentary WiFi, and Egyptian cotton sheets. For a relaxed start to your day, head to the Brasserie for a coffee and croissant where you can lounge in the gorgeous internal courtyard and enjoy floor-to-ceiling views. The location of the Conservatorium is ideal for exploring the artistic side of the city, with both the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum in walking distance. If you're looking for a workout, hit the health club’s gym or take a one-on-one yoga class in the spa studio. If a little pampering is more your style, check out the spa treatments or arrange an in-room massage.
from $157
The NH is decadence on a budget.
For a luxurious experience in Amsterdam that doesn't break the bank, check out the NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky. Its location is unbeatable, overlooking the famous Dam Square, and it's minutes from the Royal Palace. The hotel offers well-appointed rooms with high-quality bedding and a full range of amenities. Guests also have free access to the health club, including a fully equipped gym and sauna. The real highlight of this hotel, though, is the Winter Garden. Enjoy your breakfast in the colorful sun room, which is complete with a slanted glass ceiling and a decadent buffet spread. On warmer days, you can enjoy an afternoon coffee on the Winter Garden’s terrace. If you’re looking for something a bit more substantial, the Grand Café Mathilde offers Afternoon Tea service with a great view of Dam Square.
from $300
The Dylan Amsterdam: Luxury Style for Everyone’s Tastes
The Dylan Amsterdam is located along one of the city’s famous canals, the Keizersgracht, and is housed in a historic building from the 17th century. This five star hotel has 40 rooms and suites with six different room styles to fit anyone’s tastes. It is located in the heart of Amsterdam for ideal access to all the city has to offer. Eat in the hotel’s garden restaurant for a unique meal by candlelight. When you want to venture from The Dylan, The Museum Quarter is a ten minute walk and is famous for its boutiques.
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