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Hotel TwentySeven, Amsterdam

Dam 27, 1012 JS Amsterdam, Netherlands
Hotel TwentySeven Review
5 Star Rating
13 December 2018Hotel TwentySevenTags: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Boutique reviewsThe Bill: £349 per night

Hotel TwentySeven can be found in one of the most enviable locations in the heart of central Amsterdam, Dam Square, overlooking the Royal Palace, this boutique hotel offers a wealth of character and charm, and is certainly a sight to behold with the building dating back to the industrial revolution. When we arrived we were intrigued by Hotel TwentySeven’s facade, and simply couldn’t wait to explore inside.

Once through the doors we were certainly not disappointed. This hotel has a rather exclusive feel from the outset, and the clever use of dark colours, multiple textures and fabrics throughout makes for a decadent design edge. You’ll also find an abundance of art that really sets the tone for a chic, stylish and elegant stay.

We were checked in efficiently upon arrival and shown to our Junior Suite, which was simply stunning. The use of space and the interior design was faultless, our suite comprised of a bedroom that also housed a sitting area. There was a rather impressive coffee machine in our suite, as well as a well-stocked mini bar.

“Hotel TwentySeven is a real example of five star luxury, and this was certainly a stay we would love to repeat.”

The bathroom wasn’t short on luxurious finishing touches, boasting his and hers wash basins, a huge remote controlled whirlpool bath, which was most relaxing. You can even enjoy your own private steam room and walk-in drench style shower; not to mention the electric toilet that offers heated seating along with washing facilities. The entire bathroom is awash with stunning marble and is finished to a very high specification. There's certainly no shortage on crisp white fluffy towels and robes which were a joy to experience, the suite offers a further toilet with a single washbasin off of the main living area.

Hotel TwentySeven also offers its own bar and restaurant, which are well worth a visit. The bar boasts wonderful views across Dam Square, and is impressively well stocked, making it the perfect location for a pre-dinner drink. The interiors are simply stunning, following the design elements found throughout the hotel, which makes for an exclusive and relaxing atmosphere.

Restaurant Bougainville also offers fabulous interiors and a beautiful setting in which to dine. The restaurant also holds one Michelin star, so you can be sure of a fantastic dining experience. Executive Chef Rim Golsteijn is at the helm, leading his team of culinary craftsman.

In fact, the entirety of Hotel TwentySeven has been built, and is run by, experts in their respective disciplines. From Executive Chef Rim Golsteijn and sommelier Lendl Mijnhijmer, two time winner of the Hotelier of the Year Award, Eric Toren; you can be certain that you’re in great hands at Hotel TwentySeven.

We certainly couldn’t find any faults during our stay, and would highly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Amsterdam. Hotel TwentySeven is a real example of five star luxury, and this was certainly a stay we would love to repeat.

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