Hotel NH Amsterdam Schiller is housed in a monumental building, designed by architects M.J.E. Lippits and N.H.W. Scholte. The combination of Jugendstil and traditionalism, the sculptures on the façade and the graceful wrought iron elements make the art deco hotel blend like a true work of art with the allure of the Rembrandtplein. The café-restaurant is located on the ground floor and owes its beauty to the artwork of the stained glass in 4 high windows. The visitor looks out over the lively Rembrandtplein. Hotel Schiller has always been a family business, but this ended in 1970. However, the family's cultural heritage was handed down in the form of 350 paintings by Frits Schiller, George's son. These can still be admired in the hotel these days.
The meeting room on the first floor can accommodate 12 persons and is bathed in pleasant, natural light. Breakfast is served every morning: a rich continental breakfast, complete with local specialties and a selection of fresh products.
The Rembrandtplein is seen as the beating heart of Amsterdam's nightlife and is located in the heart of the city. From this square, in the inner canal rings, guests of the hotel walk directly onto Dam Square. The various museums and entertainment areas are also within easy reach.
Suitable for private and business stays
Rooms for single, double and triple use
Central location on the Rembrandtplein
Breakfast buffet, lazy Sunday check-out, shuttle, meeting room
Check-in 3pm, Check-out 12pm
Free wireless internet in entire hotel