Arrive in Style at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam
Included for our Signature Suites. A minimum length of stay of two nights is required for the Concerto Two Bedroom Suite and I Love Amsterdam Suite.
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Style, atmosphere, remarkable design — these three extraordinary spaces are as suited to long-term residencies and romantic weekends. Experience contemporary-yet-historical elegance in the two-bedroom rock-star Concerto Suite, appreciate award-winning design and architecture in the floor-all-to-itself Penthouse Suite and enjoy unrivalled rooftop views from three-floored I Love Amsterdam Suite. When it comes to size, look, comfort and how special a suite can make you feel, this accommodation is truly unique to the city.
Atmospheric loft living is assured in this high-drama triplex space with its own private deck above the turrets, in this coolest of enclaves designed by Piero Lissoni. State-of-the-art audio-visuals, a spacious walk-in dressing room and full cocktail bar are fit for a rock star. An art-gallery-like mezzanine level leads to a third-level eyrie marble bathroom where the sunken tub has panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows as impressive as from the eighth-floor rooftop. Relaxing, romantic, remarkable — a spell in the I Love Amsterdam Suite is a guaranteed adventure.
This impressive two-bedroom pied-à-terre is as much a soothing sanctuary for wellbeing seekers as a stimulating setting for hard-working hedonists. Thoughtful touches abound in this interconnecting double suite with its light-filled sitting and dining-room space: Conservatorium's listed-building status shines through in the arched 19th-century architectural windows. Minimalist yet charismatic, this is style with substance thanks to statement furniture, a bespoke oval stone bath, Sennheiser HD800 headphones, Sutterheim raincoats to be borrowed and a streamlined kitchen nook stocked with Sheffield knives and Nespresso coffee machine. The perfect pied-à-terre for long- or short-term stays, every life-enhancing luxury is provided with panache.
Avant-garde yet warmly atmospheric, this contemporary art-filled signature suite is a tribute to the peerless designer and architect, Piero Lissoni. Whether you’re here in Amsterdam's Museum Quarter for work or play, it feels a rare privilege to be somewhere that form matches function so well. A private entrance and dedicated dressing room make this iconic sixth-floor apartment suited to discreet dignitaries and high-profile entertainment-industry performers. Furnished with standout pieces — midcentury-modern collectibles, and an impressive freestanding stone bathtub in the ensuite — there’s also a dining room that doubles as a cinema, plus the lighting, sound and ambience is entirely adjustable throughout. Floor-to-ceiling wraparound windows reveal the Rijksmuseum from the handsome bedroom, and let visitors admire the glassed-in atrium and brasserie below in this 19th-century bank reborn as the Sweelinck Music Conservatorium.