Three beautiful 19th century mansions make up the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken. The interior of this boutique hotel is a tasteful combination of design and classical elements of Amsterdam architecture. Take a moment's rest at the private hotel Spa which houses a massage bed, a Jacuzzi, a solarium and a Turkish steam bath. Large towels and lovely massaging oils are available in this relaxation room.
The Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken is perfectly located nearby several cultural sights, such as the well known 'Rijksmuseum' and the 'Van Gogh Museum'. In these museums you can admire numerous paintings of Dutch Masters. After that you can enjoy a drink at the lively 'Leidseplein', which is surrounded by clubs, cafés and cinemas. The casino and the 'Stadsschouwburg' (city theatre) are located here as well. Or pay a visit to the exclusive shops in the 'P.C. Hooftstraat', which lies behind the 'Jan Luijkenstraat'.
You can stay in one of the standard rooms or in a superior room. All rooms are equipped with a minibar, coffee and tea making facilities, a safe and a television. The superior rooms offer additional luxury with free WiFi, Pure Herbs bath products and a bathrobe and slippers.
When do you wish to stay at Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken Amsterdam?
Air conditioning, Bath or Shower, Bath robe, CD Player, Desk, Flatscreen television, Hair dryer, Mini-bar, Radio, Room service, Safe, Shower slippers, Sitting area, Tea and coffee facilities, Telephone, Television, Toilet, Toiletries, Wi-Fi.
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The Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken lies in the stately city district 'Museumkwartier' where you can spend days at the 'Rijksmuseum', the 'Van Gogh Museum' and the 'Stedelijk Museum'. Behind the hotel lies the 'P.C. Hooftstraat' and within a short walking distance you will find several antique shops in the 'Spiegelkwartier'. The 'Leidseplein' can be reached on foot as well, where you will find the bustling Amsterdam nightlife.
Food and Drinks
The interior of the Wines & Bites bar in the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken is a tasteful mixture of classical white, modern furniture and a beautiful illuminating bar. You can reach the adjacent patio through the French windows. During summertime you can enjoy the nice weather here. They serve a wide range of coffee and tea, wines and cocktails as well as light meals and culinary appetizers. The extensive breakfast buffet is served in the modern breakfast room between 07:00 and 10:30 h. and in the weekend from 07:30 h. and 11:30 h.
Number of rooms
A maximum of one child can stay in the parents' room. Chidren up to 2 years can stay for free. For older children can be placed an extra bed for €35 per night.
Please note: To book an extra bed you need to reserve a superior room.
In the standard rooms and the public areas you can use Wifi at a charge. In the superior rooms you have free access to WiFi.
Public car park
Only public parking in the street from monday till saturday (not free from 9am - midnight). Hourly rate: €4, day card until 7pm €24, day card until midnight €36 (costs subject to change).
The hotel does not have a private car park.
Pets allowed, € 25 per night Please indicate this on the booking form.
Bar, Breakfast, Garden, Laundry, Lift, Luggage storage, Outdoor Terrace, Sunbeds.
Attention! The Spa costs €35,00 for 1.5 hours private use for 2 persons.
All reviews are completed by our guests after their stay at the hotel Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken Amsterdam.
December 6, 2012
nice, quiet stay
*my tipComfortable hotel, quiet location
November 6, 2012
small rooms, unattentive staff they delivered our cases to the wrong room and took several hours to find them. not really a boutique hotel furnishings were tired and worn and not sufficiently customer focused. poor value for money felt more like a 2 to 3 star than a 4 star
June 25, 2012
A charming hotel with terrific staff
This is a charming hotel. We have stayed there twice, in 2010 and in 2012. Both times we were impressed with the accommodations and with the pleasant and helpful staff. I highly recommend this hotel and would stay there again.
June 6, 2012
Excellent location, great staff. A very pleasant experience all round.
Staff were very pleasant and very helpful. Housekeeping deserves the highest praise -- spotless bedroom and bathroom.
The size and layout of the bathroom might be problematic for anyone with a mobility problem. I managed, (just about), but others with more severe disability than mine might find it difficult
The hotel is located in a very nice area
It would be very convenient if yo could access the hotel with your card and no need to depend on somebody for you to open the main door to the lobby
*my tipA nice hotel to stay if you look for a quite area
Quite stay, near all Amsterdam sounds
Very friendly staff
Excellent breakfast at fair price
Location, location, location... arts, music, fine shops, supermarket, trams, parks...
underground room for breakfast while comfortable and neat with its light wood decoration is a little bit disappointing if you like to see day light at your first meal
Lovely room in best location
We moved to a superior room and it was extremely comfortable with a large window overlooking a leafy green street scene. Good chairs and light for reading and great shower. Location was great -one block from tram, near 3 best museums, and a lovely neighborhood with shops and restaurants nearby.
It cost 13 euros per day for wifi which I think is outrageous and the only reason I would consider not staying there next time I am in Amsterdam.
Fantastic location. Friendly service.
Fantastic location. Friendly service.
great location just not worth the money or the 4 stars
not worth the money never ever worth 4 stars, too small rooms
Boutique hotel with bed and breakfast staff. They make Amsterdam!
The staff were so courteous and service so personalized you had the bed and breakfast experience in a hotel. Room was very comfortable, beautifully appointed and immaculate. The location perfect for touring anywhere we wanted on foot or by bike which we did for a day. Restaurant recommendations were perfect. The local experience while not overly expensive.
There were none. We would absolutely recommend this hotel and would have loved to stay longer. Amsterdam was a wonderful surprise to us in every way.
Ok hotel but disappointed with small room size and no bathtub.
We thought that we would have a bathtub but in fact we had a tiny shower. The room was also tiny - barely larger than the bed (room 108). THe lighting in the room was also odd - no central overhead light which made it hard to see. The lighting is ok if sitting in bed and reading but for anything else, it's like a cave. THe room also smelled a bit damp and musty. We will not be staying here again.