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Hotel Sofitel Legend the Grand Amsterdam

/ Hotel Sofitel Legend the Grand Amsterdam
Hotel Sofitel Legend the Grand Amsterdam

Contacts

Country: Nederland

City: Amsterdam

Address: Oudezijds Voorburgwal 197, 1012 EX Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Phone number: +31205553111

Photos

Experience the magic of the holiday season at @SofitelLeg...
Experience the magic of the holiday season at @SofitelLeg...
Historical buildings have so much charm - every corner ho...
Historical buildings have so much charm - every corner ho...
I'll Be Back Soon
I'll Be Back Soon
THE GRAND | Step into one of our cozy rooms, that offer a...
THE GRAND | Step into one of our cozy rooms, that offer a...
Back to reality. Missing Amsterdam and not waking up in t...
Back to reality. Missing Amsterdam and not waking up in t...
Perfect little bar in the hotel
Perfect little bar in the hotel
Nice
Nice
Enjoy these beautiful days of Summer on our cosy Garden T...
Enjoy these beautiful days of Summer on our cosy Garden T...

Reviews

#1
Amazing Staff, Lovely Hotel, Great Location
The staff at this hotel are the company’s biggest asset! They couldn’t do enough to make our stay comfortable. A big shout out has to go the lovely restaurant manager, she went above and beyond to make our stay memorable. The hotel is lovely & the location is fantastic, right on the canal. If I find myself in Amsterdam again, I will definitely stay here again
Review by PenelopePickles

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#2
Blown away by this stylish hotel with the warmest people!
I flew into Amsterdam on New Years day for a 4 night stay. The hotel is situated bang slap in the old town, not too far from the red light district. Luckily the hotel is set back from the main street in a gorgeous Georgian courtyard and hence away from the hustle-bustle of the neighbourhood, yet walking distance in case you wish to explore! The interiors are incredibly stylish. The reception staff are competent and very friendly, while the concierge, were all superb! The hotel is just a 15-20 minutes pleasant walk from the museum district and 10-15 stroll to Jordaan and all the smart shopping districts. The Bridges restaurant is a highlight and a highly regarded restaurant in the city. As good as the food is, its the staff, who are the real heroes! I enjoyed the friendly chats with the staff at breakfast and was pleasantly surprised by the gift I received from one of the staff (Cornelia) on my last breakfast. I cannot recommend this hotel highly, it has set a new standard for service in my experience. Bravo
Review by ajayHoChiMinh

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#3
Grand Luxe in the Oldest Part of Town
My favorite among the five star hotels in the city. There is something very charming to being in the oldest part of the city. The hotel was the former town hall, although certain parts are as old as the fifteenth century the major part was built in the 1920's in the monumental Amsterdam School style. The floorpan is quite spread out with a flow of many intimate spaces, giving a wonderful feeling of intimacy. The service is personable and professional. The beautiful gardens are great in the summer for outside eating or for having drinks
Review by D-Rhemrev

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#4
Fabulous hotel! Amazing service!
Such a great hotel. Service was amazing, hotel well located, first class, great restaurant on premises, super helpful concierge, happy to help with reservations, directions, etc.... Highly recommend the hotel
Review by leslee428

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#5
Amazing hotel
My husband and I stayed here as a trip for my birthday. This has to be one of the best hotels we have stayed in. The staff are very friendly and nothing is too much.

The room we had was very spacious and faced the court yard so was very quite.

Unfortunately we didn’t get chance to eat in the hotel so cannot comment on the food.

We used the pool, sauna and steam room and these were great.

Overall this made my birthday one to remember. We cannot recommend this hotel a lot and we will be returning
Review by Helenkeeling

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#6
Not up to expectations
My wife and I stayed for 1 night. We wanted to spend 2 relaxed days in Amsterdam and selected the Sofitel also because of the Spa.
Checking in was swift and the room was ready at noon. As the room had connecting doors I asked for another room without. We got then a new room which was however a lot smaller, really tiny. The bathroom only has a shower and no tub. The shower thermostat was defective and so the water temperature kept on changing between ice cold and boiling hot. The furniture in the room is partially damaged and very used. In the night there was a lot of noise from drunk people in the streets, difficult to get proper sleep. The Spa is a real joke: the relaxing area consists of 2 benches on which one can sit. That's it. Nothing else. And they are just un front of the pool. The sauna only fits 2 people and the same accounts for the steam, which was running but no flavour in the steam. At the spa reception there was nobody. The bar is nice but very small. It only has bar chairs - no other sitting area. The bar keeper was a young guy but fantastic. The dinner in the bistro was tastless and expensive. The breakfast was good. The staff was mostly very polite and professional.
All in all this Sofitel is far behind the expectations of a 5 star hotel and for what you get far to expensive with 550€ for 1 night in a tiny noisy room.
Review by GillesR948

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#7
Amazing hotel!!
Staff is very friendly and will make sure there’s nothing more to wish for. At arrival the staff surpriesed us with a bottle of champagne in our beautiful room with view of the canal. Food and atmospfere are amazing. Love this hotel!!
Review by DesireeTibosch

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Description

Location
Located between two gentle canals in the heart of the city, The Grand boasts a rich history; from a 15th-century convent to royal lodgings, to the headquarters of the Admiralty to the City Hall of Amsterdam. The hotel offers five-star luxury in a unique ambiance, furnished with French elegance and grandeur. The spacious, luxurious accommodations, the exceptional food and beverage proposition, the historic meeting/event venues and the indulgent SoSPA captivate and seduce everyone into visiting the hotel.
Our hotel is ideally located in the heart of the historical city centre. Many attractions are just a short walk from the hotel, including Dam Square, Madame Tussauds and Body Worlds. You will also find numerous bars and restaurants surrounding the hotel. Just a short tram ride away, you'll find the Anne Frank House or the iconic museums such as the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum. Here you will be amazed by beautiful works of arts. A boat trip on Amsterdam's canals is highly recommended.

Rooms
Large, on the whole, for Amsterdam and decorated with the same flair as the public spaces. Done up in natural tones, but with shades of plum, mint green and touches of orange. A television in the bathroom is standard, and the beds are enveloping cocoons. For once, 'courtyard view' is just that – a pleasant courtyard, rather than a cruddy back wall – though canal views have more charm. Bathrooms are reasonably large for Amsterdam (enormous in suites and higher-grade rooms), and come with Hermès products.

Food & drink
At Bridges restaurant, marble-topped tables, dark wooden floors, comfortably upholstered chairs and careful lighting create a genteel atmosphere that is never stiffly formal. Andrès Delpeut's consummate cuisine hits the perfect note: lightly smoked mackerel (almost sashimi) with a cheeky dot of lardo, in a pool of beurre blanc slicked with tarragon oil; cod with a surprising combo of kimchi, shitake, crab-cake, and black sesame soup (and, my word, does it work).

Sommelier Lotte Wolf's organic wines make a sublime accompaniment. Bridges BarBistro serves less elaborate dishes from the Delpeut kitchen and classics (Caesar salad, club sandwich), and in addition to the classy cocktail bar there's a cosy 'brown-café' style pub. Afternoon Tea in the garden courtyard or secluded library-lounge is a feast. Breakfast is superb, with a buffet that extends beyond the usual fare (including salads, such as mushroom, artichoke and lentil) and dishes-to-order ranging from congee to Dutch pancakes.

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