The lobby is fairly spacious with an atrium linking the roof of the modern building with the bar which used to be an 18th century vicarage. The lobby is beautifully decorated with candelabras, dark wood and leather furniture. n
The property has a contemporary architecture which brought together several 18th century merchant houses, a former paper factory and a 19th century vicarage, to create this wonderful Hotel.
The Radisson Blu Hotel offers 252 elegant guest rooms with all of the fine amenities expected of a first-class business hotel. The rooms decorated in 3 different themes: Naturally Cool, Scandinavian, and Maritime. Wooden furnishings and original artwork accentuate the comfortable air-conditioned rooms at this Amsterdam accommodation. Each room is equipped with Free high-speed Internet, a hair dryer, an in-room safe and mini bar, as well as other useful amenities. Guests may choose from Deluxe,Superior, Business Class or Junior Suites, as well as two majestic Suites, for their stay in Amsterdam. Rooms also are available for disabled guests. This contemporary accommodation in Amsterdam welcomes guests' small pets for an additional nightly fee.
In addition to serving impeccably prepared international cuisine and drinks, the well-regarded De Palmboom restaurant and Pastorie Bar add to the architectural uniqueness of the Radisson Blu Hotel. Offering a delightful Amsterdam dining experience, De Palmboom occupies a 1742 building that was originally a Bible shop and later a famous grocery store. The Pastorie Bar previously served as a 19th vicarage. Furthermore restaurant Talavera could be used for private dining. The hotel also offers 24-hour room service.