Amsterdam

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DE L’EUROPE Amsterdam

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Often referred to as the other “Royal Palace of Amsterdam”, DE L'EUROPE Amsterdam occupies a scenic waterfront location on the Amstel River. The hotel’s original Rondeel building, a city landmark and long considered an oasis of calm in the buzzing city center, was transformed in 2010 with extensive renovations that fuse the hotel’s timeless design with 21st-century comfort. The new Dutch Masters Wing is an all-suite adjacent annex in a historic building, where each room is uniquely appointed and features a painstaking replica of a Dutch Masters painting from the nearby Rijksmuseum. Dedicated to rigorous environmental standards, the hotel is a member of the Green Key Program, an internationally recognized tourism eco-label.

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Hotel Okura Amsterdam

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Guests at Hotel Okura Amsterdam enjoy the convenience of having everything under one roof. Recent updates like the new Nagomi Spa & Health facilities and a private boat jetty complete the luxurious hospitality experience in Amsterdam with a touch of Japan. Okura is located in the middle of 'De Pijp', the lively Quartier Latin of Amsterdam. Standing 23 floors tall, the hotel offers unrivalled views over the city’s criss-crossing canals which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the charming gabled facades and more than 1200 bridges. There aren’t many hotels that can claim to have changed the culinary landscape of an entire country, but Hotel Okura Amsterdam can. Today, the property has four restaurants (two have been awarded with Michelin stars), two bars and even a culinary cooking center. All bedrooms are designed to ensure the highest standards of luxury but the masterpiece of the hotel is The Suite; with 485 square-meters it is the largest and most luxurious suite in the Benelux countries.

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

Location

Location

+31

Country Dialing Code

Country Dialing Code

230 volts AC, 50Hz

(moving at the rate of one volt per year towards the European standard of 230 volts); two-pin European-style plugs are in use.

Electricity

Electricity

GMT + 1

(GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to Saturday before last Sunday in October).

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