Hotel De L’Europe is a sumptuous five-star accommodation located along the Amstel River in the historic heart of Amsterdam, the beautiful capital of the Netherlands. Built in the 19th century, it is among the best hotels in the city. More luxury hotels around the globe.
The ambiance at De L’Europe is refined and serene. The grand lobby features a stunning collection of works by the great masters of Dutch painting. Nearby, guests can walk to the famous Dam Square and the Royal Palace. The impressive floating flower market, Munttoren (or Mint Tower) and the world famous Rijksmuseum are also in its vicinity.
The classic and exquisite rooms at Hotel De L’Europe are luxurious, well furnished and gracefully elegant. The concierge service, Clefs D’Or—the best in Amsterdam— is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help guests plan their stay in the city.
After a busy day, guests can enjoy the hotel´s spa —the Skins Institute— with a broad range of bespoke multisensory treatments. They can also exercise in the gym, relax by the pool and solarium, or enjoy the Finnish sauna.
Hotel De L’Europe has four dining options that exceed the guests’ expectations. These include Bord’Eau, a stylish restaurant awarded two Michelin stars under the helm of Richard van Oostenbrugge. The acclaimed chef was chosen 2014 Chef of the Year by the French magazine Gault Millau, which specializes in fine gastronomy.
Van Oostenbrugge´s cuisine is a symphony of exceptional ingredients, flavors, and textures. The intimacy of the dining hall and private rooms, the elegant simplicity of the decor and the precise poise and professionalism of the staff, deliver extraordinary dining experiences. The wine list deserves particular attention. The hotel’s vast cellar, directed by renowned sommelier Dannis Apeldoorn, boasts an exceptional selection to delight the most demanding gourmands.
Thanks to its location, amenities, and services, De L’Europe is probably the best hotel in Amsterdam, an ideal place to stay while visiting one of the most vibrant cities of old Europe.