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Hotel Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam

Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Oudezijds Voorburgwal 197, 1012 EX Amsterdam, Netherlands
Phone: 31 20 555 3111

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Hotel Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam Amenities

Free breakfast daily for two people

Guaranteed 4pm checkout

Room upgrade on arrival, if available

Noon Checkin, if available

In-room WiFi (some exclusions apply)

€100 Food & Beverage Credit to be used during your stay

Description

Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam stands out among 5-star luxury hotels in Amsterdam.

In the heart of the city, by two gentle canals and the Royal Palace, The Grand boldly reinvents rich history: a legendary jewel among Amsterdam hotels.

It is home to the acclaimed Bridges restaurant, cocktail bar and garden terrace; to an award-winning luxury hotel spa; to magnificent banqueting facilities including the Council Chamber where Queen Beatrix married.Loyal staff of this venerable Amsterdam hotel pride themselves on reinventing Dutch hospitality à la française.

The history of this luxury Amsterdam hotel is deeply entwined with the city’s past: 15th-century convent, royal lodgings, Dutch Admiralty headquarters, City Hall…Now, after meticulous renovation by French designer Sybille de Margerie, it is a place of hospitality, art and culture.Bold colors set off creamy marble; contemporary lights glimmer on graceful arches and stained glass; rosewood handrails sweep up to luxurious suites and rooms.

177 rooms including 52 suites