Overlooking a canal not far from the Vondelpark and the world-class cultural institutions of Amsterdam’s Museum Quarter, this large hotel is perhaps best known as the place where John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged their so-called ‘bed-in for peace’ in 1969 to protest the war in Vietnam. Naturally, they weren’t exactly roughing it in this five-star hotel that is even more luxurious today. All of its deluxe, executive rooms and suites include all of the amenities you would expect, not to mention excellent views of Amsterdam. A fitness club with a sauna, steam room and a hot tub is also available as well as a lounge bar and a renowned Italian restaurant.
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271 rooms (deluxe from €169, executive from €189, junior suites from €324, suites from €1269).