Feel inspired in one of the elegant suites of NH Collection Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, NH Collection Barbizon Palace and NH Collection Doelen, all with unique views of typical Amsterdam city life. Discover the contemporary and elegant rooms these hotels have to offer, and the service that truly goes beyond the ordinary to make you feel extraordinary.
NH Collection Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
This hotel building dates back to 1855 and the suites all have a contemporary décor and a natural colour scheme. NH Collection Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky offers unlimited possibilities with a variety of meeting and conference rooms, including the monumental Winter Garden, where breakfast is served. The hotel offers 18 suites, with the Royal Suite overlooking Dam Square and the city’s Royal Palace. This Suite offers amazing views because of its floor to ceiling windows, a private kitchen, board- and dining room, Jacuzzi, access to a private elevator and even bullet proof windows. Suited for royalty.
NH Collection Doelen
Stay in the Rembrandt Suite, the room in which ‘The Night Watch’ by Rembrandt was originally hung. A stunning canal view and luxurious amenities will ensure you feel like a true VIP. Even The Beatles have stayed in this room, where they held their balcony ceremony when they visited Amsterdam in the ‘60s. The Sissi Suite is also unique. With its Delft Tiles fireplace, fresh flowers and canal view, you can stay where empress Sissi spent her time when visiting the Netherlands.
NH Collection Barbizon Palace
At NH Collection Barbizon Palace you will find yourself right in the centre of Amsterdam. The building itself is a highlight, partly dating back to the 17th century, with rooms that combine modern décor in a classic building with plenty of space. The suites are partly located in 17th-century houses and have typical Amsterdam characteristics like wooden beams, a pointed roof or stairs in the room. The Panoramic Suite on the top level of the hotel offers amazing views on the city’s main railway station, designed by Pierre Cuypers, the architect who was also responsible for the design of the Rijksmuseum.