Hotel Rooms: TwentySeven Hotel, Amsterdam

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By Butterboom Writers  /  November 2, 2018

Set in the heart of Amsterdam is the stunning TwentySeven Hotel, a boutique hotel set on the upper floors af an iconic landmark building. The details of this hotel are simply amazing, from the hand-blown contemporary chandeliers to custom-made furnishings from Europe’s finest design houses. Its location in central Amsterdam also makes it your best stay in this charming city.

The rooms:
There are only 16 rooms spread over three floors at TwentySeven Hotel. The Junior Suite is a the ideal resting spot with its opulent furnishing and full range of facilities, including a Jacuzzi. The Grand Terrace Suite is worth mentioning. This grand suite is the perfect setting for your European holiday with a living room decked in the finest furniture and details as well as a private terrace with the most amazing view of the city below – definitely worth splurging if you can! Oh and there is a wine cabinet in every suite with a hand-picked selection of wine and champagne and butler service to make your stay at TwentySeven Hotel a totally treat!

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Grand Terrace Suite

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Junior Suite

Around the hotel:
The highlight of this boutique hotel is the Restaurant Bougainville run by two-Michelin starred chef Pascal Jalhay. Make sure you check out Bar TwentySeven too where  head bartender Eric Van Beek will serve you his award-winning cocktail Cariño. (Eric is the first Dutchman to win the renowned Global Bacardi Legacy 2018 competition). 

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Bar TwentySeven

Outside, you have the best of Amsterdam at your doorstep – the Royal Palace, the New Church and National Monument. Nearby is also the shopping street the Rokin and also beautiful canals perfect for a stroll.

The price:
Prices start from HK$4,904 per night for a junior suite excluding taxes and fees.

Where:
TwentySeven Hotel
Dam 27, Amsterdam 1012
The Netherlands

 

 

 

 

 

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