A Weekend in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is most firmly on the map this year, due to the much anticipated opening of Soho House Amsterdam in the summer of 2018.

We hasten to add that we are not jumping on the inevitable Soho House bandwagon. Amsterdam has always been one of our top picks for a European city break, merging culture with excellent bars and restaurants, before returning to your design-led hotel to rest your weary head. But it does mean that a lot more people have had their heads turned to the plus points of heading for a weekend in Amsterdam. Here are a few reasons why it should be on your travel wishlist for 2019:

I love Amsterdam. The city is vibrant and alive. It’s fresh and so open. It’s definitely one of my favourite places

Stefon Harris

WHERE TO STAY

THE DYLAN AMSTERDAM
This boutique hotel is not only super stylish but also boasts a prime location on the canal on Keizersgracht, in the heart of the city of Amsterdam. Created by London hotelier and designer Anoushka Hempel, this hotel was formerly a theatre in the 17th century. Known for their Michelin-starred restaurant Vinkeles and their gorgeous bar and lounge, you can hire bikes from the hotel to explore the surrounding area (if you can tear yourself away).
COMPLIMENTARY THIRD NIGHT – SPECIAL OFFER
Applicable to all room categories for stays between 2 January – 31 March 2019*
*when booking two consecutive nights

 

SIR ALBERT AMSTERDAM
The main perk of Sir Albert Amsterdam is its location. Situated less than 600 metres from Museum Square and within walking distance of the main canals, you are handily located a short distance from De Pijp (AKA the coolest neighbourhood in Amsterdam). The hotel is a converted diamond factory so expect lots of space and light from the high ceilings and contemporary design. As this is where the hip locals hang out, it’s no surprise that the hotel restaurant Izakaya serves up Japanese dishes on communal tables. Expect a DJ to spin his tunes on Thursday through Sunday.
20% ROOM DISCOUNT – SEASONAL SPECIAL OFFER
Rooms from £95 per night, Room Only inclusive of a glass of prosecco per guest
Valid for stays from 1 Sep 2016 to 31 Dec 2019

WHERE TO EAT

BUFFET VAN ODETTE
Prinsengracht 598
+31 (0)20 423 6034
For stylish interiors and excellent food, this restaurant is off the tourist trail, instead frequented by locals in-the-know. Expect “real food”; Flemish meatloaf, mussels with harissa and plum crumble to finish…

CECCONI’S AMSTERDAM
Spuistraat 210
+31 (0)20 888 0300
Soho House’s eponymous modern-day classic Italian restaurant comes to Amsterdam. Located on the Singel canal with awe-inspiring interiors and a fantastic atmosphere

CAFE CARON
Frans Halsstraat 28
+31 (0)20 675 8668
This French restaurant is located in one of Amsterdam’s most beautiful restaurants, De Pijp. The food is served up by a Michelin-starred chef and is rather delicious.

WHERE TO DRINK

VESPER
Vinkenstraat 57
Named after James Bond’s tipple of choice, Vesper is one of Amsterdam’s original speakeasy bars. It’s limited on space but worth squishing in to sample their cocktail menu

Please contact us today to arrange your stylish weekend in Amsterdam. We can create your tailor-made weekend from scratch. We just need your budget!

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