• An oasis of serenity
  • Both a private and hotel entrance
  • Seperate sitting and sleeping area

Artist Jan Luyken was known for his eye for beauty and attention to detail. Something that can be clearly sensed when setting foot in this eye-catching suite.

Enter the suite directly through a private entrance, unwind in the stylish sitting area or retreat to the seperate sleeping space with kingsize bed. The suite is equipped with refined facilities, a luxurious bathroom and separate toilet. A true oasis of serenity, right in the heart of Amsterdam's lively Museum Quarter. Please note, the suite is only accessible by stairs.

  • 1 Double bed
  • 1 Sofa bed
  • max. 4 persons
  • ± 45 m²

About this room

  • Air conditioning
  • Flat screen TV
  • Coffee machine
  • Kettle
  • Hairdryer
  • Mini-bar
  • Toiletries
  • Shower
  • Own entrance
  • Wi-Fi
  • Sofa bed
  • Sitting area
  • Desk

Good to know

Check-in

From 3 p.m.

Check-out

Until noon

Cancellation / Prepayment

Cancellation and prepayment conditions vary according to room type.

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Hotel reviews

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating. Based on 45 ratings.

A-Dam

Nice room we had, but I was expecting a little something by what I saw in the pictures. Next we’ll book a suit. But over all wide was happy. Large L7 to watch our favorite show😊 comfy bed. Maid could have done a better job at cleaning the floor. Bad

grantmaxx1 4

Location, Locatio, Location

Lovely small, boutique hotel that is walking distance to many museums and other attractions. It's only a very short walk to public transportation. Rooms are small, but the service was excellent. Located on a quiet street.

Ronjill 4

A bit disappointing

The main attraction of this hotel is its location in the leafy museum district. You are just around the corner from the Rjksmusuem and the Van Gogh, both fantastic destinations. For this position you pay a hefty premium ( 850E for 3 nights) even for a tiny, stuffy room - this was the smallest double I have ever slept in. Unfortunately, we overlooked the street outside which got very noisy in the dead of night for some reason, so opening the window was not an option. The final evening was the worst when two big shipping containers were crashed into position on the street outside at about 3am. In consequence we didn’t get a decent night’s sleep. The hotel itself is gloomy, with purple net curtains over every window and drab brown paint everywhere, even on the ceilings. Staff were friendly and the breakfast was relaxed.

130gerryp 3

Jan Luyken Hotel Amsterdam

Very nice hotel, clean and fresh, perfect location and the staff were amazing, they couldn't do enough for us, breakfast is a continental one and was plenty to get your day started.👍 The hotel area was nice and seemed an expensive area and you've got a shirt walk to the museum Quarter and the metro lines.

E7576TUandreww 4

Elegant Boutique Hotel

Tasteful, elegant decor in rooms and reception/library area. Very attentive and helpful staff. Excellent breakfast. Walking distance to museums, restaurants, shopping and public transport, Very comfortable bed. Would definitely stay here again.

Susan B 5