De L’Europe Hotel in Amsterdam, Netherland

February 24, 2011 by

De L’Europe is a five-star hotel located in Amsterdam’s city center.
Opened in 1896, De L’Europe is often referred to as the other “Royal Palace of Amsterdam”, continuing to attract the city’s power menagerie and the world’s top celebrities. The hotel’s impactful décor sets it apart, surrounding its visitors with original Dutch Masters paintings from the private collection of Alfred “Freddy” Heineken. Lush furnishings, discreetly anticipatory service, and modern comforts create a sophisticatedly luxurious guest experience. Located on the Amstel River in Amsterdam’s center and five minutes from several of the world’s most heralded museums and attractions, the hotel offers breathtaking views of the city and river to its guests.
When completed in Spring 2011, the renovated De L’Europe will showcase 111 beautifully appointed guestrooms, including 23 luxurious suites in the Dutch Masters Wing and 88 rooms and suites in the Rondeel Building, for discerning travelers with exquisite accommodations plus the latest technology and amenities available. Upon completion, De L’Europe will be the only venue in Amsterdam boasting a six bedroom Signature Suite.

Each De L’Europe Classic room and suite is designed to emulate a sense of place and a feeling of home; guest quarters are swathed in impactful, bold wall colors in four different color schemes and beautifully furnished. Complementary accents like plush carpeting, hardwood floors, custom fabrics and fine linens, as well as Dutch Masters-inspired paintings adorning the walls create a sense of restful refinement.

De L’Europe offers the guest for distinct rooms to choose from: Single Deluxe Classic, Double Superior Classic, Double Deluxe Classic and Junior Suite Classic.
Handsomely appointed, the intimate Single Deluxe Classic rooms (25-35 square meters) feature workspace with high-speed Internet access, a queen-size bed and a choice of city views or quieter interior courtyard views. The bathroom offers both rain and hand-held showerheads.
Double Superior Classic rooms feature the amenities of Single Deluxe Classic rooms but at 40 square meters, added desk and closet space enhance the surroundings. Several bathrooms are outfitted with a deep marble and mosaic-tiled tub in addition to the shower. The rooms offer Amstel views at an additional charge, city views or quieter interior courtyard views
Measuring nearly 50 square meters, Double Deluxe Classic rooms are more spacious and feature a choice of a king-size or twin beds. Generous closet space and plush living quarters add comfort. In addition, the rooms provide city views, quiet interior courtyard views or Amstel River views at an additional charge.
The Junior Suite Classic measures 65 square meters. These stylishly appointed suites with separate living and sleeping areas are perfect for short stays and quick city breaks. Guests may select either a king-size or twin beds. Plush new furnishings and modern-day conveniences combine with spectacular views to make your stay a memorable one.
De L’Europe offers the guest who wish to spend their time in a Suite, two choices: Deluxe Suite Classic and Prestige Suite Classic.
De L’Europe’s Deluxe Suites are designed as urban lofts with separate sleeping, living/working, and bathing areas, offering the same amenities- with added oomph – as junior suites. In addition the Deluxe Suite Classic boosts a conference table appropriate for private meetings or en suite dinner parties. Panoramic vistas of the Amstel River and city center offer lucky visitors a bird-eye perspective of Amsterdam’s charms.
With all the trimmings of a Deluxe Suite Classic, the supersized Prestige Suite Classic features a separate living room surrounded by immense picture windows providing impressive views of the city, Amstel River, or quiet interior views of the historical buildings and streaming daylight. The Prestige Suites are between 85 – 90 square meters in size and feature extra large beds of 220 cm.

De L’Europe is a hub of haute cuisine, boasting a selection of the city’s best restaurants helmed by Executive Chef Richard van Oostenbrugge, with round-the-clock dining under one roof. In Spring 2011, the new Bord’Eau restaurant will redefine Amsterdam’s fine dining scene; Hoofdstad Brasserie is perfect for a sophisticated yet casual bite; Freddy’s Bar with its plushly luxe refurbishment, continues to be the city’s iconic bar.

The hotel’s exquisite original Rondeel Building, a city-designated landmark and long considered an oasis of calm in the midst of Amsterdam’s buzzing city center, re-opens spring 2011 following extensive renovations that now fuse timeless design elements with 21st-century comforts, including gently heated floors and motion detecting floor and bathroom lighting in each guest room.
De L’Europe is the perfect hotel to anchor your stay in the exciting and vibrant destination of Amsterdam.

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