In the heart of the city, by two gentle canals and the Royal Palace, Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam boldly reinvents rich history—a legendary jewel among Amsterdam hotels. Furnished with French elegance and grandeur, The Grand blends sleek design with five-star facilities, including 52 luxury suites with butler service and an indulgent spa. With the Michelin star restaurant Bridges, a Parisian themed bistro, Amsterdam’s first raw bar, a Vinothèque, the beautiful Library ‘Or’ and a brown café, The Grand is the perfect spot for the discerning business traveler or for a luxury stay in Amsterdam.
To inquire about reservations, please contact +31 20 555 3111.
Experience comfort, style, and an unbeatable central location at the Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel in the heart of the vibrant capital of the Netherlands. The Renaissance showcases a welcoming lobby and guest accommodations with luxury bedding, high-speed Internet, and sleek bathrooms. Additional amenities include a fully equipped on-site gym and a full-service business center. Enjoy fresh, flavorful Italian dining at Scossa or sip a cocktail at 2B Lounge & Bar. Due to its prime location, you’ll find it easy to explore Amsterdam’s many superb attractions.
To inquire about reservations, please contact +31 20 621 2223.
From its humble beginnings as a 13th-century fishing village on a river bed to its current role as a major hub for business and tourism, Amsterdam has had a strong tradition as a center of culture and commerce. Since the Golden Age, Dutch creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit has made Amsterdam a melting pot of nationalities—178 at the latest count.
Amsterdam is the financial and business capital of the Netherlands and is home to many large corporations and banks including Akzo Nobel, Heineken International, ING Group, ABN AMRO, TomTom, Delta Lloyd Group, and Philips.
Amsterdam is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, with approximately 5 million international visitors drawn to the city’s main attractions each year, including its historic canals, the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum, Hermitage Amsterdam, Anne Frank House, and the Amsterdam Museum. Public transport in and around Amsterdam is straightforward and convenient, with tram, train, metro, bus, and ferry options.
Even if you only pedal around for a few hours, riding a bike is an essential Amsterdam experience. With more bikes (800,000) than people, Amsterdam regularly comes out on top in lists of the world’s most cycle-friendly cities, and there’s no finer way to explore the city’s streets, canals, and attractions than by pedal power. Cycling in Amsterdam is practical, enjoyable, and healthy—so join the locals and hop on two wheels, whether renting a bike and venturing out on your own or taking a guided cycle tour.
Further information about Amsterdam can also be obtained from the official portal website of the City of Amsterdam.