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The 134-room hotel is set in the former courthouse of Amsterdam, directly on the Prinsengracht, one of the city's most prominent canals. Interiors will be by Piet Boon, Dutch star designer.

Amsterdam

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Stadsvilla Mout is a boutique hotel set in an 18th-century townhouse overlooking the harbour in Schiedam, a historic town and jenever capital of The Netherlands, now incorporated in the Rotterdam metropolis.
Steering away from traditional thinking in hospitality—instead allowing guests to curate their own ideal of the perfect stay—Rotterdam’s Hotel Unplugged connects the next generation of travellers; those looking to “Plug-in to a hotel, to feel Unplugged” by opting for community and experience over space and status.
Book one of the panorama design rooms overlooking the Erasmus Bridge and "Kop van Zuid" skyline, at night for a Blade Runner effect. There is a cool bar and even an indoor swimming pool.

Rotterdam

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Built in 1858 as an aristocrastic mansion, and in 1881 turned into the Hotel Des Indes - it is the Ritz of The Hague, a Belle Époque gem. In 2006 the luxury hotel was revamped by the French interior designer Jacques Garcia in a playfully sumptuous style.
This recently renovated hotel (previously Park Hotel) is a second in a new stylish chain by the people behind the Sir and Max Brown Hotels. It oozes style and character, in part due to the 1912 monumental hall and staircase in the Amsterdam style.
Althought The Hague lacks a university, it does offer college students, co-workers and travelers a stylish home in the familar style of Dutch home-grown The Student Hotel style with its industrial chic, mid century vibe meets pop colours.

The Hague

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Most people come here for the Michelin starred restaurant. However, sleeping the night after dinner in one of the 5 rooms isn't exactly a punishment either. It is located in the village of Aduard, in the province of Groningen and just outside the city of Groningen proper.
Set in a storied 15th-century building (religious order, episcopal palace, governor's mansion, military hospital, radio and tv station) this luxury boutique hotel offers spacious rooms, two restaurants, a bar and a Renaissance-style walled garden, all in the heart of the beautiful city of Groningen, "capital" of the North.
Set in a building from 1637, this three star+ hotel offers 19 individually decorated rooms in designer and classic styles.

Groningen

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Located in Leeuwarden, capital of the Dutch province of Friesland (Frysia), Notiz Hotel combines luxury and sustainability, the property – formerly known as Stenden Hotel – having undergone a recent transformation led by Studio Oak, to create a destination that cares as much about thoughtful design as it does its guests.
This relaxed hotel is set in a monumental buildings= and offers rooms and suites in a Nordic style, plus a cozy restaurant and terrace. The ferry to the mainland and the beach are both 2km away.
This luxury singular suite has everything for a perfect Dutch island break. No catering facilities - meaning you have to venture out for an excellent breakfast at a nearby hotel or try out the restaurants in the village. Life is hard!

Friesland - Frysia

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This beautifully designed boutique hotel would look not out of place in London or Paris. It offers 41 luxury rooms in a new wing and in a former 19th-century police station, plus common living areas (serving drinks and snacks 24/7) and a gastronomic Restobar area for lunch and dinner.
Mooi rivier translates as beautiful river, and the setting right on the River Vecht is surely scenic. The hotel is equal parts charming and contemporary resulting in a design hotel with lots of atmosphere. Although big (over 100 rooms), areas exude coziness throughout the restaurant, bar and lounge terrace.
This stylish bolthole (yes, boetiek is Dutch for boutique) is set in a characteristic mansion overlooking the IJssel River in Kampen, once a mighty trading centre associated with the Hanseatic League. Inside, contemporary rooms and a lounge and breakfast area with Dutch design.

Overijssel

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This hotel with only four rooms offers luxury boutique rooms, a lounge and breakfast area plus a garden terrace. It is set in a historic mansion, just outside the city centre proper.
Blue is a design boutique hotel set in four early 20th-century different city houses and offers 30 rooms, a garden, and a popular bar and restaurant.
This highly rated B&B offers three luxurious guest rooms in a listed farmhouse dating from 1720. There is a wonderful garden with fruit trees (the Betuwe area is famous for fruit) of which you will see plenty in the fabulous breakfast.

Gelderland

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This small design hotel (11 rooms) is set above a popular restaurant and bar in Utrecht's historical city centre. Previously Hotel Dom.
Set in a former early 19th-century Gentleman's Club, this iconic city centre building now houses 23 stylish rooms, a restaurant and bar. The moodym dark interiors are by Paul Linse.
This superstylish hotel offers spacious rooms and a restaurant set in a former village trainstation dating to 1843. It is located in Abcoude, just outside Amsterdam over the border of the Utrecht province.

Utrecht

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This authentic heritage hotel in rough around the edges IJmuiden dates to 1908.
These luxury designer apartments are set in a former warehouse overlooking the Texel harbour. Downstairs is probably the island's best restaurant.
Luxury boutique guesthouse above the Michelin starred restaurant. Wonderful island views and ohhh, that breakfast...

North Holland (ex-Amsterdam)

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Originally dating to 1887, a fire in 1990 destroyed most of the original hotel, of which only one wing (in the photo on the right) from the 1920s survived. The five star, family owned hotel remains one of the most famous hotels in The Netherlands, due to its long list of royalty and celebrities staying, a Michelin starred restaurant and its prominent beachside location between The Hague and Amsterdam.
Located in the Dutch city of Gouda, known for its namesake cheese, Relais & Châteaux Weeshuis Gouda is a stylish sanctuary, the 1599-constructed building having been transformed by interior designer Judith van Mourik into a sleek 25-room hotel where unexpected twists and a good dose of playfulness collide.
This stylish boutique hotel is set within two striking historic houses with crow-stepped gables and red shutters. It is located in a unique spot along the Steenschuur canal in the centre of Leiden. Here, guest can enjoy stepped back in time to the age of the Dutch Masters, but with the luxury and comfort of the 21st century. There are 14 suites, an inviting lounge-bar and a medieval wine cellar.

South Holland

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Opened in 1886, the hotel was renamed Grand Hotel Britannia in 1924. It was destroyed at the end of the second world war and replaced by a modern structure in 1960, which has been demolished since.
This luxury boutique hotel is set in a monumental building from the 1950s, in the heart of beautiful Middelburg, capital of the province of Zeeland. It is named and themed after the former US president, who's ancestors came from Zeeland. The glamorous interiors refer to Roosevelt's presidency in the 1930s and 40s. The hotel has a wine bar, restaurant and walled garden under the 14th-century abbey tower.
This modernist building from 1964 by architect Piet Götzen has kept its clear, "clean" lines. It is set on a dune and offers far reaching views over the beach, the River Scheldt estuary and ferry harbour.

Zeeland

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Claiming to be the oldest hotel in The Netherlands, De Draak (The Dragon) goes back at least to 1397, in which most of the city, including the city archives, was burnt. Rooms are contemporary, but feature some period details.
Right in the trend of the current wave of Dutch boutique hotels, Stella Suites is set in an imposing Art Nouveau villa. It features boho-chic decor in any of its 8 suites with baroque photo frames, designer lamps, gold accents, mozaic tiled bathrooms and a mix of fabrics and colours. Help yourself to a drink from the honesty bar after discovering the neighbouring city of Tilburg.
This beautifully decorated boutique hotel is located in the heart of the city. Exposed concrete, leather, brass and jeans coloured furnishings bring an industrial, masculine vibe. There is a bar and restaurant.

Noord-Brabant

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Hotel Beaumont, which opened in 1912 balances the act between a family operated hotel, design hotel, hip hotel and classic hotel.
The training hotel of the Maastricht Hotel Management School is set in a 13th-century chateau in a parklike setting just outside the city centre. It has a restaurant and bar plus 26 rooms, each by a Dutch designer.
This luxury guesthouse is set in two adjacent houses practically on the Vrijthof, Maastricht's central square. The hustle and bustle of the square stops immeadetely at the doorstep of this calming mansion with its huge rooms and suites. There is a small spa with a swimming pool and hammam.

Maastricht

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This 90-room hotel is set in former episcopal college and oozes with authentic details combined with modern design. It is well situated to discover the Dutch southern province of Limburg and an easy drive into Belgium and Germany.
A design boutique hotel set in a former prison (1863-2007) and is located in the historic centre of Roermond. The hotel offers luxurious rooms ( the "Comfort Cachot" rooms are made out of three former cells), a restaurant, a bar, a terrace and a wellness area.
Known as The Netherlands' smallest castle, the Kasteeltje Hattem offers 8 contemporary decorated rooms and suites in the 18th-century carriage houses next to the main building, which houses a restaurant.

Limburg

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Opened in 1886, the hotel was renamed Grand Hotel Britannia in 1924. It was destroyed at the end of the second world war and replaced by a modern structure in 1960, which has been demolished since. Grand Hotel, World War Two, The Netherlands, Dna, Grands, Louvre, Two By Two, Mid Century, Marvel
Grand Hotel des Bains | Vlissingen, The Netherlands
Opened in 1886, the hotel was renamed Grand Hotel Britannia in 1924. It was destroyed at the end of the second world war and replaced by a modern structure in 1960, which has been demolished since.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
The 134-room hotel is set in the former courthouse of Amsterdam, directly on the Prinsengracht, one of the city's most prominent canals. Interiors will be by Piet Boon, Dutch star designer. Rosewood Hotel, Amsterdam Hotel, Unique Hotels, Courthouse, Canals, Hotels Room, Accommodation, Netherlands
2023: Rosewood Hotel Amsterdam
The 134-room hotel is set in the former courthouse of Amsterdam, directly on the Prinsengracht, one of the city's most prominent canals. Interiors will be by Piet Boon, Dutch star designer.
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DNA Hotels
Ruby Emma Hotel & Bar | Amsterdam
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam
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DNA Hotels
The DNA: The Toren’s location in the central canal district could hardly be more picturesque, and the same goes for the building itself, which recently celebrated its 400th birthday. Not content simply to rely on the charm of its setting, the Toren’s proprietors brought in designer Wim van de Oudeweetering, who outfitted the hotel in lush fabrics, rich colors, bold patterns, and theatrical details — you’d almost call it baroque, were it not so contemporary in its vision. Victorian Drawing Room, Soft Chair, Luxurious Rooms, Canal House, Four Poster Bed, Lush Decor, Pale Colors, Double Room
The Pavilions Amsterdam, The Toren
The DNA: The Toren’s location in the central canal district could hardly be more picturesque, and the same goes for the building itself, which recently celebrated its 400th birthday. Not content simply to rely on the charm of its setting, the Toren’s proprietors brought in designer Wim van de Oudeweetering, who outfitted the hotel in lush fabrics, rich colors, bold patterns, and theatrical details — you’d almost call it baroque, were it not so contemporary in its vision.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
The DNA: Current Dutch design is renowned for its quirkiness, and it’s here to see: a chandelier in the lobby hangs to waist height, the open hearth is suspended from its own chimney. But there are classic touches, too: scuffed leather chairs, enveloping sofas. Dutch Design, Hearth, Liquor Cabinet, Kitchen Appliances, Chandelier, Leather Chairs
Hotel V Nesplein | Amsterdam
The DNA: Current Dutch design is renowned for its quirkiness, and it’s here to see: a chandelier in the lobby hangs to waist height, the open hearth is suspended from its own chimney. But there are classic touches, too: scuffed leather chairs, enveloping sofas.
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DNA Hotels
The DNA: The first of the Private Mansions hotels was the dark and moody Mayer Manor — so for a sequel they went in a brighter, sunnier, more heavenly direction. The Secret Chapel is for guests who find the original Manor to be altogether too conventional a lodging. This one is more or less exactly what it sounds like: a chapel used in secret by Catholics during the 18th century, now upgraded with a kitchen, a claw-foot tub, and a bed where the altar used to be. Mansion Hotel, North Holland, Best Boutique Hotels, Hotel Amenities, Medieval Town, Bed And Breakfast, Summer House
The Secret Chapel | Amsterdam
The DNA: The first of the Private Mansions hotels was the dark and moody Mayer Manor — so for a sequel they went in a brighter, sunnier, more heavenly direction. The Secret Chapel is for guests who find the original Manor to be altogether too conventional a lodging. This one is more or less exactly what it sounds like: a chapel used in secret by Catholics during the 18th century, now upgraded with a kitchen, a claw-foot tub, and a bed where the altar used to be.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
The DNA: This singular suite spans the upper two floors of a boho-chic, eclectic event space, inspired by the 19th-century and the tobacco trader after which it is named, plus its original beginnings as a 15th-century convent. Copper Bath, Penthouse Suite, Convent, Centrum, Pent House, Event Space, Second Floor
Mayer Manor | Amsterdam
The DNA: This singular suite spans the upper two floors of a boho-chic, eclectic event space, inspired by the 19th-century and the tobacco trader after which it is named, plus its original beginnings as a 15th-century convent.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
The DNA: For a while in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Houthandel van de Vijsel was an unusual Amsterdam landmark, a timber and hardware shop around which had grown an upscale residential neighborhood. For a while it sat vacant, but now, thanks to boutique hotelier Arjen van den Hof and architect Minke Wagenaar, the spirit of the place — and many of its original beams, in fact — lives on as the Hotel van de Vijsel. Studio Apartments, Nassau, Hardware Shop, Vacant, Upscale, Beams, Timber
Hotel van de Vijsel | Amsterdam
The DNA: For a while in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Houthandel van de Vijsel was an unusual Amsterdam landmark, a timber and hardware shop around which had grown an upscale residential neighborhood. For a while it sat vacant, but now, thanks to boutique hotelier Arjen van den Hof and architect Minke Wagenaar, the spirit of the place — and many of its original beams, in fact — lives on as the Hotel van de Vijsel.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
The DNA: Set in an architecturally unique building, displaying the region's wooden houses, Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Zaandam is a design hotel next to Zaandam's train station which is a 12-minute ride from Amsterdam Central and 30 minutes' from Schiphol Airport. Stylish rooms feature a flavor theme with colourful pictures of chocolates, biscuits, cheese or mustard referring to the food industry of the Zaan region. Best Hotels, Carpe Diem, Pulitzer Hotel Amsterdam, Zen Aesthetic, Modern Dutch, Arquitetura
Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Zaandam
The DNA: Set in an architecturally unique building, displaying the region's wooden houses, Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Zaandam is a design hotel next to Zaandam's train station which is a 12-minute ride from Amsterdam Central and 30 minutes' from Schiphol Airport. Stylish rooms feature a flavor theme with colourful pictures of chocolates, biscuits, cheese or mustard referring to the food industry of the Zaan region.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
The DNA: A grand hotel dating to 1883 on the site of an even older inn and, in the 17th century, the headquarters of one of the city’s citizen militia. Rembrandt’s The Nightwatch, a group portrait of officers of the militia, once hung here. The glistening white stuccoed lobby, like a wedding cake turned inside out, was once graced by the likes of Empress Sissi of Austria, though rooms are modern and the rest of the hotel is pleasantly subdued (soft, thick carpets in the corridors) and low-key. Empress Sissi, Oversized Mirror, Turn Ons, Inside, Modern, Rembrandt
NH Collection Doelen Amsterdam
The DNA: A grand hotel dating to 1883 on the site of an even older inn and, in the 17th century, the headquarters of one of the city’s citizen militia. Rembrandt’s The Nightwatch, a group portrait of officers of the militia, once hung here. The glistening white stuccoed lobby, like a wedding cake turned inside out, was once graced by the likes of Empress Sissi of Austria, though rooms are modern and the rest of the hotel is pleasantly subdued (soft, thick carpets in the corridors) and low-key.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
The DNA: Although part of a now established local boutique hotel chain, the Mercier keeps some of the building's (the former headquarters and club of The Netherlands' LHBTI organisation) quirks, eclectic boho-chic interiors and a top notch location just a few steps from Prinsengracht canal and Anne Frank House. Amsterdam Netherlands, Amsterdam Wedding, Amsterdam Vacation, Amsterdam Travel, Local Boutique
Hotel Mercier | Amsterdam
The DNA: Although part of a now established local boutique hotel chain, the Mercier keeps some of the building's (the former headquarters and club of The Netherlands' LHBTI organisation) quirks, eclectic boho-chic interiors and a top notch location just a few steps from Prinsengracht canal and Anne Frank House.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
This 90-room hotel is set in former episcopal college and oozes with authentic details combined with modern design. It is well situated to discover the Dutch southern province of Limburg and an easy drive into Belgium and Germany. 90's Room, Southern Province, Days Hotel, Hilton Hotels, Episcopal, Belgium
Doubletree by Hilton Sittard | The Netherlands
This 90-room hotel is set in former episcopal college and oozes with authentic details combined with modern design. It is well situated to discover the Dutch southern province of Limburg and an easy drive into Belgium and Germany.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
Opened in 1913, the hotel was operated by the Schiller family until 1970. Frits Schiller was a celebrated artist and he, and many friends, left a cosiderable art collection on permanent display in the hotel. Although renovated, the hotel has a pre-war vibe, with late Art Nouveau, Art Deco and even Modernist details, especially in the Grand Café. Visit Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, At The Hotel, Historic Buildings, 4 Star Hotels, Hotel Offers, Front Desk
NH Schiller | Amsterdam
Opened in 1913, the hotel was operated by the Schiller family until 1970. Frits Schiller was a celebrated artist and he, and many friends, left a cosiderable art collection on permanent display in the hotel. Although renovated, the hotel has a pre-war vibe, with late Art Nouveau, Art Deco and even Modernist details, especially in the Grand Café.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels
Originally dating to 1887, a fire in 1990 destroyed most of the original hotel, of which only one wing (in the photo on the right) from the 1920s survived. The five star, family owned hotel remains one of the most famous hotels in The Netherlands, due to its long list of royalty and celebrities staying, a Michelin starred restaurant and its prominent beachside location between The Hague and Amsterdam. Leiden, Rotterdam, Communication Department, Secret Escapes, Pool, Penthouses, Beachside
Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin | Noordwijk aan Zee, The Netherlands
Originally dating to 1887, a fire in 1990 destroyed most of the original hotel, of which only one wing (in the photo on the right) from the 1920s survived. The five star, family owned hotel remains one of the most famous hotels in The Netherlands, due to its long list of royalty and celebrities staying, a Michelin starred restaurant and its prominent beachside location between The Hague and Amsterdam.
DNA Hotels
DNA Hotels