5 x sleeping

5 x sleeping

Because one day in Museum Quarter is never enough. Here are some tips to extend your stay…

Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken

Right in between the classy P.C Hooftstraat & the impressive Museum Square, there is the quite Jan Luijkenstraat; the heart of art nouveau. In a stylish townhouse you find the Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken. With only 62 rooms, you can get your peace and quietness here. Tip; you can make a nice combi-deal with a visit to the Rijksmuseum. Visit website

Conservatorium Hotel

One night at the Conservatorium hotel and you wake up as a different person. In their spacious & light rooms you find the art nouveau style combined with stylish contemporary design. And off course their restaurant…. yesss their restaurant… and their Spa…. Ok, once you’re in, you don't want to go out anymore. Visit website


Max Brown Hotel

This classy boutique hotel is located in four typical Amsterdam Townhouses in the Jan Luijkenstraat. Did we already mention that this tree-lined street has a gorgeous 19th-century architecture? The hotel has good vibes and a stylish lounge. Oh, and not to forget, a great breakfast buffet. Tip: check out their summer special with 20% discount. See this offer.


Hotel JL76

After a day of hard work (shopping, visiting musea, and off course shopping) you should definately lean back with a glass of wine in the courtyard garden (!) of hotel JL76. This cosy boutique hotel has an impressive art collection. The rooms are provided with COCO-MAT beds (yessss) and a nespresso coffee machine. And they have iPads to use for free... Visit website 


Park Hotel

In between the Leidseplein & the Museumplein, the impressive Park Hotel rises. A beautiful building overlooking the Vondelpark. Their popular restaurant MOMO, is usually packed during weekend nights. Visit website.