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Grand Hotel Amrath Amsterdam

Prins Hendrikkade 108 (Binnenkant ) Send to Phone
Amsterdam1011 AK Netherlands
31-020-5520-000  | RESERVE NOW!
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An artistically styled hotel nestled in the heart of Amsterdam’s winding canal system. Grand Hotel Amrath Amsterdam is one of GAYOT's 2014 Top 10 Netherlands Hotels

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  • Singles & Doubles €100-€275, Suites €430-€1,750

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: In addition to its beautiful Art Deco building, the Grand Hotel Amrâth Amsterdam boasts 165 rooms and suites designed in Art Nouveau style. Each accommodation is outfitted with Lanvin bath products, cozy robes and slippers, complimentary mini bar, 32-inch flat screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, electric curtains and a Nespresso machine. Guests can rent a bike or a black, hotel logo-emblazoned Vespa to explore the city’s intricate canal streets; dine on tasty French and Mediterranean-inspired international cuisine at on-site Restaurant Seven Seas; or enjoy a French breakfast spread, light lunch or canapés in the exclusive bar and lounge. For the chance to relax and unwind, the Wellness Centre offers a spacious swimming pool, fitness area, relaxation areas, a whirlpool, a Turkish steam bath, two traditional saunas at varying temperatures and an infrared sauna. The eight meeting rooms can accommodate from 22 to 60 guests. With its haute style and wealth of amenities, the Grand Hotel Amrâth Amsterdam is ideal for corporate travelers, relaxation seekers and traveling foodies.

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