I’m delighted to report that I’ve successfully booked 4 nights at the Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht, in the heart of Amsterdam.
I booked 4 nights using a Cash + Points rate, which uses 10,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points and charges me $125 (USD) a night. This is a fantastic deal, since current My Elite Rates (20% off) at the property are running in the 300 Euro/night range. Using my points, I was able to significantly reduce the cost of my stay. The Andaz Amsterdam is a Category 5 property.
While booking my room, I was also able to apply a Diamond Suite upgrade to my entire stay. The Diamond Suite upgrade at this hotel upgrades to an Andaz Suite.
Reminiscent of a metropolitan apartment, this stylish 55- to 57-sq m open-plan suite offers you extra space for sleeping, lounging and working, right in the vibrant heart of Amsterdam. Boasting a comfortable sitting area, large windows for great natural daylight and has a spacious bathroom with separate bathtub, walk-in rainfall shower, double sinks, bathroom LCD mirror TV and a wide range of natural toiletries.
Feel at home with amenities such as complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic drinks from the mini-bar, local phone calls and Wi-Fi. Or enjoy the Geneva sound system with iPod™ dock and 42-inch TV featuring international cable programmes.
I’ve previously talked about the Andaz Amsterdam and my trip to the dutch city here.
Have you ever stayed at the Andaz Amsterdam?
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