This sixth-floor signature suite with its handsome master bedroom represents a symphony of craftsmanship and iconic design from award-winning 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. The sophisticated dining room is served by an in-suite kitchen, the 80-inch screen transforms it into a cinema while the chic ensuite flaunts a seductive freestanding stone bathtub. Guests can optimise every aspect of the Penthouse Suite’s ambience — lighting, sound system, television — through a dedicated iPad.
Privacy-conscious dignitaries know this full-floored suite to be in a league of its own thanks to the attention to detail and collectable midcentury modern furniture. Impress visitors with the chance to peer out at the Rijksmuseum — every lookout is a heart-stirring reminder of this contemporary-yet-historical hotel’s distinguished address, and wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows showcase the neo-Gothic heritage of the buildings’ original structure. Admire the Conservatorium's glassed-in atrium and brasserie below and the ornate red brick of the grand 19th-century bank which was reborn as the Sweelinck Music Conservatorium. This one-floor abode connects independently to the sixth-floor wing, so groups can commandeer their own corner of the hotel, while the Penthouse Suite’s private entrance with direct garage access and dedicated dressing area make it suited to guests requiring professional styling and make-up. Avant-garde yet atmospheric, this art-filled signature suite is an impressive tribute to the genius of a peerless architect and designer and the most luxurious way to step into the cultural heart of Amsterdam.
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The very spacious bathroom is opulently designed with a bidet, a freestanding oval stone bath and a large separate rainfall shower along with bathroom LCD mirror TV and gorgeously plump micro-cotton towels. The Floris amenity collection is featured in the bathroom. Floris is an original and authentic British fragrance house and appointed Perfumer to Her Majesty the Queen.
The Penthouse Suite has a private entrance as well as a second side entrance, direct access to the garage and a separate area for styling with a special make-up desk.
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World-famous museums just a stone's throw away
With seven separate bedrooms, the entire sixth floor can be reserved exclusively, accommodating from seven up to 17 guests, in Superior and Deluxe Guestrooms, the Conservatorium Suite, and the elegant signature Penthouse Suite.
The Penthouse Suite has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the courtyard and Brasserie, and the hotel’s Neo-Gothic exterior, with the Rijksmuseum beyond. Persian rugs enhance the air of upmarket home while the large, bright living room and dining room provide personalised pantry support for special events and dinners for up to eight guests. Thanks to a supersized 80-inch screen, the dining room can play private cinema and entertainment area, while the centrepiece of the spacious bathroom is an impressive freestanding oval stone bath.
With views over the Museum District, the Conservatorium Suite celebrates the building’s history through contemporary luxury and modern style. With a separate working area, living and bedroom spaces, the suite can host up to four guests, and there’s deep soaking bathtub as well as a separate rainfall shower.
Minimal, modern and soothingly comfortable, the Superior and Deluxe Guestrooms are dressed in brushed oak floors and autumnal colours have been styled by acclaimed Italian architect Piero Lissoni. Amid a restful and intimate atmosphere, expect inspiring working spaces and state-of-the-art in-room entertainment in the five spaces, as well as large rainfall showers and amenities that demonstrate an attention to detail.
Discretion is assured for Penthouse Wing guests thanks to direct access to the garage via the wing’s own elevators. Whether in Amsterdam for work or play, this unique arrangement of accommodation promises form matched by function. Additional benefits exclusive to its guests include a fully stocked in-suite pantry, 24/7 butler service, luxury airport transfers and VIP airport service and personal shopping in Amsterdam’s most elegant department store, De Bijenkorf. The private-as-can-be Penthouse Wing here in the Museum Quarter is suited to dignitaries seeking discretion, multi-generational and extended family visits as well as offering an ideal enclave for high-profile entertainment-industry performers and their teams whether they want to hide away or host.