Hotel TwentySeven: a modern, exceptionally warm, iconic suite hotel, creates the illusion of a dream in timeless surroundings. In the heart of Amsterdam, right on Dam Square, next to the National Monument and Royal Palace, the hotel offers 16 individually designed suites. They vary in size from 43m2 (463 sq ft), to the Imperial Terrace Suite measuring no less than 219m2 (2,357 sq ft). This suite has three bedrooms and bathrooms, three double Jacuzzis, two living rooms and a spacious private terrace. With fabrics, furnishings and materials from sources ranging from Nepal, to Paris, Venice and Belgium, every surface, every corner of the lavish interior has been brought to life by the richest, finest and most surreal design.
Restaurant Bougainville is based on à-la-carte fine dining. The standard set is a sensational stimulation of the senses, at the very highest level of cuisine, in magnificent surroundings. Chef Tim Golsteijn pours all his passion for the ultimate culinary sensation and dining experience into Bougainville.
Restaurant Bougainville is an experience in itself, with its fantastic view over the bustling heart of Amsterdam. Executive Chef Tim Golsteijn and Wine Director Lendl Mijnhijmer (the world’s best wine taster of 2016 and Gault&Millau Talented Sommelier of the Year 2017) aim for nothing but the very best in their fine dining experience, a concept in which you enjoy the most distinctive, sophisticated and exquisite dishes, made using local ingredients of the optimum quality. Restaurant Bougainville’s menu is based on traditional European cuisine, but is influenced by travels in Latin America, the Middle East and Asia. Bar TwentySeven is a seamless continuation of the TwentySeven experience. Talented bar staff create colourful and surprising cocktails in a stunning interior.
Restaurant Bougainville is open 7 days a week.
Restaurant Bougainville is an experience in itself, with its fantastic Hotel TwentySeven is in the heart of Amsterdam, on Dam Square. The Royal Palace is minutes away, as are the exhibition venues De Nieuwe Kerk and Beurs van Berlage. Dam Square is a public transport hub, and Central Station is a couple of minutes away by tram. An hour’s walk will take you right through the historical centre of Amsterdam, along the UNESCO World Heritage canals, to the Concertgebouw, Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum.