Tuesday 21 February 2017
5 x sleeping in The 9 Streets
Pick your choice:
The Ambassade Hotel – http://www.ambassade-hotel.nl
Prepare to be utterly enchanted: The Ambassade Hotel offers you a waterfront vantage point from the Herengracht. Relish the charm and comfort of an extraordinary private hotel in the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
The hotel holds a special appeal for authors and artists. Could it be that its stimulating atmosphere is enriched by the dreams of the thinkers and creative artists from all around the world who stay here? Guest cannot fail to be inspired by the unique house library and the numerous pictures and objects you encounter everywhere in the hotel, all chosen for their artistic appeal.
The hotel has 58 elegant rooms, including ten deluxe and ten superior rooms, five suites and an apartment.
The Brasserie and the annex Library Bar were renovated after a design by Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos from Seville.
A selection of paintings from the extensive CoBrA-art collection of the Ambassade Hotel adorn the walls of “Brasserie Ambassade” and our collection of more than 4000 signed books can be found in the “Library Bar”.Als
The Dylan – http://dylanamsterdam.com
Tucked behind a historical façade the luxury hotel The Dylan Amsterdam provides an exclusive gateway to the hidden treasures of Amsterdam’s past and present. Comprised of the Keizersgracht canal houses with a manicured courtyard nestled at its heart, The Dylan is continually recognized for its contemporary meets classic design and dedicated service.
The history reaches back to 1632. After being a theatre the site was used as the Old & Poor People’s Office until 1998. Then the building was completely renovated and reopened as a luxury boutique hotel.
Although Restaurant Vinkeles is set in The Dylan it is a destination unto itself. Awarded a Michelin star the delicate French cuisine restaurant is surrounded by original 18th century ovens with views overlooking the garden.
Hotel Pulitzer – http://www.pulitzeramsterdam.com/
Hotel Pulitzer is unique among the luxury hotels and ideally located by the canals reflecting the rich heritage of Amsterdam. Pulitzer is ranked on the internationally recognised Conde Nast list Top 25 Hotels in Northern Europe.
The hotel is comprised of a block of 25 restored 17th and 18th century canal houses at the Prinsen- and Keizersgracht. They are converted into a luxury hotel with many historic details and full of stories. All guest rooms are distinctive and each room gives you the feeling of being part of the history of Amsterdam.
Pulitzer also has a deep passion for elegant culinary craftsmanship. Restaurant Jansz. serves simple yet beautifully crafted dishes inspired by classic European cuisine. Pulitzer’s Bar is the perfect place to enjoy a immaculately mixed drink in style. Sip on classic cocktails and the finest beverages while enjoying views over the canals. On a sunny day, delight in the famous Pulitzer gardens.
Hotel IX – http://www.hotelixamsterdam.com/
Brand new boutique hotel in the famous Hartenstraat. Between Keizersgracht en Herengracht.
The 17th century historic building is completely renovated to modern tastes.
Five uniquely designed suites. Deluxe accommodations and facilities. With modern and comfortable design.
All suites equipped with free WIFI access, stocked mini-bar & Nespresso.
The Hoxton Amsterdam – https://thehoxton.com/holland/amsterdam
The Hoxton, Amsterdam opened its doors on Herengracht 255 in July 2015.
Made up of 5 canal houses this grand dame building was once home to the Mayor, way back in the 17th century. Now it houses 111 rooms spread across 5 floors with plenty of quirks including some monumental ceilings and lots of canal views – we’re lucky enough to have not one but two canals, one on each side of the building.
Downstairs there’s the restaurant Lotti’s run in partnership with Soho House & Co, Up Top our mezzanine coffee and cocktail den, lobby bar and The Apartment, our meeting and event space which doubles up as a home to Hoxtown.