Hotel Jan Luyken

A boutique hotel in the Museumplein of Amsterdam

The Jan Luyken Hotel, Amsterdam
A room at the Jan Luyken Hotel, Amsterdam
The stairs at the Jan Luyken Hotel in Amsterdam
Set in a trio of 19th-century buildings between the city's top museums and P. C. Hooftstraat's shops, this 65-room boutique hotel of refined amenities (LCD TVs, small spa), trendy modern styling, and personalized service is a gracious splurge option.

It offers the best of both an intimate inn—with comfortably furnished bedrooms and complimentary afternoon tea in the lounge—and a pricey hotel, with business services; and several bars, patios, and dining spaces to relax in. There is WiFi in the rooms, but it costs extra.

Hotel Jan Luyken
Jan Luykenstraat 58
(between Van de Veldestraat and Van Baerlestraat)
tel. +31-(0)20-573-0730
Tram:1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14. Bus: 26, 65, 66, 170, 358. Canal Bus: Red, Green, or Orange (to Rijksmuseum/Van Gogh Museum).

Price: €€€–€€€€
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