Hotel NH Schiller Amsterdam
NH Schiller Hotel Amsterdam is housed in an impressive building designed by architects M.J.E. Lippits and N.H.W. Scholte. The combination of Jugendstil and traditionalism, the sculptures on the facade and the graceful wrought iron ornaments merge the art deco Hotel with the allure of the Rembrandtplein, like a true work of art.
The main hall of the café and restaurant is situated on the ground floor and owes its beauty to the artwork of the stained glass in four high windows. Through the windows the visitor has a splendid view of the Rembrandtplein.
Hotel Schiller was run by the Schiller family but this came to an end in 1970. The cultural heritage of the family was passed on in the form of 350 paintings from the hand of Frits Schiller, son of George. These can still be admired at the hotel. The two boardrooms can be used for conferences as well as private dinners. The rooms can accommodate 12 persons each and dwell in natural light.
Food and drinks
Brasserie Schiller offers several culinary specialities, accompanied by a fine selection of wines. Breakfast, lunch and dinner can be consumed in the rooms, as well as on the terrace. The kitchen is internationally orientated, with French and Dutch influences.
It’s hard to beat on the location front, too - you’ll find it in the heart of the city, on the edge of bustling Rembrandt Square. The square, located in the inner canal ring, is only 7 minutes from Dam Square. Also many museums and going out areas are only minutes away.
Address and map
T +31 (0)20 554 07 00
Fax +31 (0)20 624 00 98