The library and modern art collection at the hotel is meant to introduce visitors with the rich Dutch culture and heritage. You could also get yourself a Koan Float therapy to slip into an almost meditation-like relaxed mood.
An oasis of calm, the Ambassade Hotel offers the best of both worlds, with its peaceful lodgings to unwind at and proximity to major attractions, museums and restaurants. A stay at this collection of ten canal-side houses, built during the 17th century, will acquaint and transport you into eras gone by. Located in one of the most beautiful locales of Amsterdam, the Ambassade Hotel ensures a leisurely stay in some very exquisitely embellished premises.
Each of the 58 rooms at the hotel exudes a character unique unto itself. These elegant rooms feature distinct layouts and colour schemes, even though they have all been furnished in a style characteristic of Louis XV/XVI. With Dutch paintings from renowned artists such as Theo Wolvecamp, everything in these rooms from the bed sheets to the furniture have all been designed to enchant their occupants.
The Ambassade Hotel offers a choice of single, double, triple, deluxe and superior deluxe rooms, along with junior suites, senior suites and apartments to make for the most pleasant stay that would suit your budget. The rooms come equipped with en-suite baths, work desk, sitting area with armchairs, two telephones, television, free ADSL and WIFI connections.
Following its tradition of charming guests, the Ambassade Hotel serves authentic Dutch breakfast in an impressive breakfast room complete with tasteful furnishings. You also have the choice of ordering a Champagne Breakfast.
While the Ambassade Hotel makes arrangements to explore the gorgeous city of Amsterdam besides offering general concierge services and amenities expected of a classy hotel, guests are also welcome to indulge in some self-reflection in the sophisticatedly furnished lobby. The library and modern art collection at the hotel is meant to introduce visitors with the rich Dutch culture and heritage. You could also get yourself a Koan Float therapy to slip into an almost meditation-like relaxed mood.
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How to get there:
Schiphol Airport to Ambassade Hotel: ± 20 minutes via taxi. Central Station to Ambassade Hotel: Frequent trains, with taxi being the suggested mode of transport. Central Station to Ambassade Hotel: Tram no. 1, 2, or 5 to Spui, walk in the direction of the tram, turn right at first corner, take narrow street between between Café “Hoppe” and Café “Zwart”, cross the Singel (canal), walk to the Herengracht, turn right, further 50 meters on the right at Herengracht 341.
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