TWENTY EIGHT | Contemporary Art Hotel
Amsterdam is still one of my favorite cities in Europe. Actually, it just might be one my favorite cities in the world. It's one of the few cities you can be dropped off anywhere and find yourself happily lost in the streets and finding beauty all around.
When we arrived to Twenty Eight, we were immediately in love with the decor and design. The space was classy yet modern and had such a bold, eclectic feel about it that still remained inviting. The staff greeted us excitedly and gave us the grand tour. Which was quite grand if I do say so myself.
On the main level of Twenty Eight is a gorgeous, vibrant lobby with large tables (plugs attached for a great working spot) and an "Honest Bar". You'll also be in the great hands of the staff that will check you in in this area. The space was quiet and relaxing which would be a perfect spot focus on work and get things done.
Attached is the fabulous restaurant and bar, Amsterdam Food Experience. You can coordinate with the hotel staff to have your breakfast there and it's definitely worth it. We had a delicious meal and tons of options to choose from. The restaurant is also a lovely space with such a cool feel and ambiance to it. Even stopping in before bed to grab a drink at the bar is always a good idea.
The rooms, or I should say, apartments are extremely spacious and comfortable. With a full kitchen, large living space, TV, WIFI, king size beds, and gorgeous bathrooms where you can choose from a bath or shower -- you won't be disappointed. We loved having the option to cook or meals in or bring something back to have comfortably in our apartment.
I personally loved utilizing the large bath tub on our last evening, it was the perfect way to relax.
From the hotel we were able to use public transportation to get around and the hotel even has bikes to rent (rookie mistake not taking advantage of those)! We took an Uber a few times and it was super easy for our driver to find. The location is great for the price point and there was plenty to see and do in the neighborhood.
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