Hotels in The Netherlands
The three-room hotel has slick interiors and Hästens beds, is just a block away from the harbor.c
The Intercontinental hotel along the Amstel River in Amsterdam is easy to mistake as royal palace.
True in real estate as well as hotels, “location, location, location” is key at this 152-room hotel near Schiphol. The property offers a no-charge airport shuttle and numerous bus stations are nearby, making this a hub for the traveler and businessperson.
Located on the Herengracht Canal, the Banks Mansion is a stately white-columned hotel housing 51 rooms, many of which display serene water views. Part of the Carlton brand, this Art Deco hotel opened in 2004 and retained the stained-glass windows from the building’s prior existence.
Located in the trendy Eastern Docklands neighborhood, this quirky, design-centric hotel is a mix of 117 accommodations.
This historic Amsterdam building dates back to 1578 and served as a convent and City Hall before becoming the Grand hotel, and then Sofitel Legend in 2010. The Sofitel has 177 rooms and 52 suites—each individually designed—with colorful accents and white duvets.
A converted fuselage with a sauna and Jacuzzi, three flat-screen TV’s, and access to the cockpit.
Shipping magnates once planned the routes of ocean liners in this Red Light district building; now, the old “Shipping House" houses this five-star location with 165 rooms and suites along the canals.
In September 2007, three years after opening her Antwerp B&B, designer Analik Brower, followed up with three rooms above and one below her Amsterdam boutique-exhibition space in the city’s Negen Straatjes area.