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Review: The Dylan Hotel, Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Dylan is a luxury boutique hotel located in the Canal Rings of this booming city. Located in a 225-year-old building, The Dylan has gone from an orphanage to a soup kitchen, then its grand reopening in 1999 as the first boutique hotel in Europe. The Dylan hotel houses 40 rooms, spread through two historic canal-side buildings.

Whilst sitting in the centre of a busy tourist town, The Dylan, Amsterdam is able to keep a hold of their intimate atmosphere detached from the tourist-heavy streets. This classic-meets-modern take on interiors offers an understanding and development in keeping with the history of the building. The Dylan is also home to 2 A-class eateries. Their Bar Brasserie OCCO which offers a bistro-style menu and Vinkeles, the Michelin star restaurant both run by Executive Chef Dennis Kuipers.

Rooms are spread over two adjacent buildings, the original building and the “newer” add-on which has still stood for roughly 200 years. All rooms vary in size and offer a different perspective of the building, some with canal views and some split over two floors. One side of the building offers a more classic interior with wooden beams, muted earth tones, and clean lines whilst the other dishes up plush fabrics and contemporary finishes. What is beautiful about all rooms at the Dylan is that they all overlook the central courtyard. There’s is an option to select an open breakfast buffet, pre-booked or selected on the day or an order off menu service.

The Dylan is located at Keizersgracht 384, 1016 GB Amsterdam, Netherlands, with rooms going from (est) £290 a night. Book Here.

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