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Hotel de l’Europe

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Dutch Masters Wing, a newly opened all-suite annex with an atrium feel to it, features 23 boldly designed, spacious quarters. De L’Europe’s original Rondeel building, home to 88 luxuriously appointed guest rooms, has undergone renovation for a spring 2011 reopening. The hotel’s exquisite original Rondeel Building, a city-designated landmark and long considered an oasis of calm in the midst of Amsterdam’s buzzing city center, fuse timeless design elements with 21st-century comforts — some unexpected — including gently heated floors and motion detecting floor and bathroom lighting in each guest room. Guest quarters are swathed in impactful, bold wall colors in four different color schemes and beautifully furnished. Complementary accents like plush carpeting, hardwood floors, custom fabrics and fine linens, as well as Dutch Masters-inspired paintings adorning the walls create a sense of restful refinement.

Location

Located in Amsterdam’s city center, De L’Europe is a five-star hotel convenient to several of the world’s most heralded museums and the city’s points of interest. Schiphol International Airport is located in a quick 25 minute drive from the hotel.

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Recreation

The Fitness Center lets the exercise enthusiast enjoy a wide range of activities: a selection of free weights, stationary aerobic machines, and a heated indoor pool with eye-level views of the Amstel canal. Following a workout, guests can rest with a refreshing libation from the juice bar on a lounge chair that faces the afternoon sun. Steam/sauna facilities soothe the soul after a busy day of touring.

The Cigar Lounge is reminiscent of an old-world gentleman’s club while au courant: lady connoisseurs are more than welcome to enjoy an apres-dinner smoke with a fine glass of cognac. A walk-in humidor offers the best selection from around the world.

The Keizerskamer Room is reminiscent of an historic Dutch library. Dark wooden bookshelves shortly filled with translations from famous Dutch authors align the walls, reaching from the floor’s genuine Dutch Delft’s-blauw carpet to its high ceiling.

Les Caves is the hotel’s wine cellar, and is long considered among Amsterdam’s best with over 1000 selections from the old and new worlds which expertly pair with a sumptuous meal. Head Sommelier Dannis Apeldoorn curates the selection and created a dynamic wine program where guests can enjoy tastings, touts and interactive seminars.

Hotel’s concierge team can easily arrange golf off-site at several great courses. Amsterdam’s Golfclub Houtrak is closest to the hotel; Golfclub Spaarnwoude, the Kennemer Golf & Country Club, and Golfcourse Naarderbos, each a 15 minute drive.

From Hals and Rembrandt during the Northern Renaissance to Van Gogh, Mondrian, De Kooning and beyond, the city of Amsterdam is renowned for its artistic legacy through the ages. A stay at De L’Europe is like a night at the museum, where original Dutch Masters paintings from the personal collection of Alfred Heineken are on view throughout the common areas.

Dining

De L’Europe is a hub of haute cuisine, boasting a selection of the city’s best restaurants helmed by Executive Chef Richard van Oostenbrugge, with round-the-clock dining under one roof.

The new Bord’Eau redefines Amsterdam’s fine dining scene. Outstanding selections from Les Caves De L’Europe, the hotel’s stunning wine cellar, are on display in the private dining room where the Walls of Wine surround the chef’s table up to eight guests.

Chef Alexandre Bazard leads Hoofstad Braserie serving Amsterdam’s interpretation of modern French cuisine amidst atmospheric flair and outstanding service. Guests can view its chefs in action as well as enjoy some of the world’s great wines by the glass.

Named in honor of Alfred Heineken who entertained colleagues and friends here, the iconic Freddy’s Bar is a timeless Amsterdam Dutch brown bar ideal for people watching and rubbing elbows with a power menagerie of moguls, high society, politicos, and screen stars. Soft lighting, wood walls enveloping cozy leather banquettes and comfy chairs encourage guests to kick back and relax. A jazz pianist plays in the background keeping guests entertained while they sip cocktails and wines from an impressive and deep list, nibbling on gourmet snacks. Freddy’s is noted for the city’s best Bloody Mary and is often touted by independent reviewers as the city’s best hotel bar.

Promenade is a see and be seen sophisticated scene offering a comprehensive list of old- and new-world wines by the glass, perfectly mixed cocktails, afternoon tea, a light menu and bar snacks.

Het Terras is a warm-weather dining destination where vintage Euro chic riverside dining pairs with sumptuous updated Parisian-influenced cafe classics and seasonal local specialties. A spectacular al fresco setting atop a charming open-air patio offers breathtaking views of Amsterdam’s famous canals.

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