This stately, riverfront hotel maintains its century-old reputation for excellence with timeless service and style.
From the moment a guest walks through the front doors at this hotel, historic grandeur is evident. A glimmering chandelier and antique front desk are among the heritage details in the lobby. Since its opening in 1867, the hotel has been perfecting its position as one of Amsterdam's top hostelries through its expert service and excellent amenities. As for the location (at the convergence of the city's financial, cultural and shopping districts on the famous Amstel River), it puts guests just a short stroll away from the Hermitage and Royal Theatre Carré.
The 55 guest rooms and 24 suites are decorated with European period furniture and handcrafted Delft blue pottery. Each features hardwood floors, marble bathrooms, and oversize, functional windows with beautiful river, canal and/or courtyard views. The first-of-its-kind Champagne Suite by Dom Pérignon was designed in partnership with the Rijksmuseum and Fendi Furniture.
The hotel houses La Rive, a French-Mediterranean restaurant; Amstel Brasserie, serving classic brasserie dishes and wine; the Amstel Lounge for afternoon drinks or tea; and three attractive terraces for outdoor summer dining. The elegant health club features a Roman-style, heated, indoor swimming pool, sauna, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi, health bar with snacks and an on-call staff of personal trainers, masseuses and aqua-aerobics instructors. Adding to its almost excessive level of luxury, the InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam boasts three, private, antique boats that are launched from an exclusive riverfront dock, limousine service and bilingual Les Clefs d’Or concierges.
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