High Class Escort Amsterdam

Take independent high class escort Lisa Blaine on a romantic getaway to the city of canals: Amsterdam

Minimum availability for a date in Amsterdam: 6 hours

About Amsterdam

Compared to other European capitals, Amsterdam is relatively small. But good things come in small packages, right? Amsterdam is home to 60 miles of canals and more than 7,000 buildings that have been there since the 18th century and even earlier. Although the city is relatively compact, it is packed with memorable attractions and spots. The complex canal system and the narrow houses with gabled roofs are just two of the many charms of this city.

Although the city is rife with historical monuments such as the National Monument on the Dam square and fabulous museums such as Rijksmuseum and the Rembrandt House Museum, this city is romantic in its own ways. Lovebirds fly here time and again to spoil themselves with everything the city has to offer or romantic getaways. Fancy a date? This article summarises the best and most dreamy hotels, restaurants, and activities to inspire you to take high-class escort Lisa Blaine on the perfect date. 

The best time to take high-class escort Lisa Blaine to Amsterdam

The best time to visit the Dutch capital city is between April and May or September and November. Spring is ideal because tourists have yet to flock to the city. April is also the tulip season, and if you have the time, the Keukenhof Tulip Gardens hosts one of the biggest tulip festivals in the world. Early fall is also perfect because you can experience the city like locals. Keep in mind that the city’s climate is influenced by the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, so it is more humid, rainy, and cold. Bringing a light rain jacket and putting on some extra layers will save your day. 

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Amsterdam? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Amsterdam? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

The best hotel options in Amsterdam

Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam

five star hotel rating

Situated along the Herengracht, Waldorf Astoria has a strategic location as it is only 150m away from Rembrandtplein. You should not miss the fantastic and luxurious Guerlain spa with access to the indoor swimming pool, sauna, fitness center, and three treatment rooms. 

The rooms are elegant and bright. They also overlook the canal and courtyard garden. Modern amenities, spacious bathrooms, and rooms decorated with Dutch-inspired design will surely brighten guests’ days.

Pulitzer Amsterdam

five star hotel rating

The newly restored Pulitzer Amsterdam is located within 17th and 18th-century canal houses along the Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht canals. Wi-Fi is at guests’ disposal, and guests can go on a boat trip.

The 225 exquisite rooms combine modern and traditional Dutch designs. One significant point of this hotel is the toiletries, as they equip every room with luxurious Le Labo shower gels, shampoo, and soap.

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht

five star hotel rating

Renowned Dutch designer Marcel Wanders came up with the hotel’s interior design. The rooms and suites offer magnificent views of the canals, the hotel’s landscaped garden, or the interior lobby. Every room has a seating area with a flat-screen TV, a minibar with complimentary drinks and snacks, and coffee and tea makers.

Hotel TwentySeven

five star hotel rating

Strategically located in the city’s heart, Hotel TwentySeven overlooks the Royal Palace, the National Monument on Dam Square, and the Rokin. The rooms are designed with attention to climate control, ambiance lighting, and exclusive details. Oak wooden floors and silk sofas make sure guests get the much-needed relaxing time. What is even more remarkable, all windows and doors are fully soundproof. 

Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam

five star hotel rating

This hotel blends contemporary French design and Dutch history so well, resulting in a unique historical ambiance and elegance. 

Featuring a fine dining restaurant, bar, spa, and indoor pool, guests are going to be spoiled with state-of-the-art facilities. The suites also come with an added convenience, which is the butler service. Modern bathrooms and rain showers ensure a refreshing bathing experience after a hard day’s stroll.

Conservatorium Hotel

five star hotel rating

Just a short walk from the main attractions and city hotspots such as the Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, and the Royal Concert Hall, Conservatorium Hotel is the perfect accommodation for guests with advanced in-room technology and luxuriously soft linens.

Combining historical architecture with modern design, this home away from home is embellished with brushed oak flooring and beige furniture. The spacious bathrooms also let guests indulge in a spectacular bathing experience with their rainfall shower cubicles, marble bathtubs, and bathroom LCD mirror TVs. 

Amsterdam’s topnotch restaurants

Ciel Bleu **

Rooftop dining never goes out of style. At Ciel Bleu, guests can enjoy the meal of a lifetime and admire the spectacular views of Amsterdam on the top floor of Hotel Okura. Classic sauces are combined with exotic herbs and foreign ingredients for that pristine and perfect culinary experience. Enjoy wine and dine in this restaurant with head waiter Pasquinel Kolk and sommelier Noël Vanwittenbergh.

Restaurant 212 **

With warm and inviting lighting and a unique concept of letting guests sit at the bar for that informal and casual ambiance, chef Richard van Oostenbrugge and chef Thomas Groot do not come to play when it comes to delivering perfection. Originality and authenticity are what these two famous chefs aim for, proven by daring dishes such as oyster ice cream served with smoked turbot.

Vermeer *

What is fresh is always gold, and Vermeer takes “fresh” to a whole new level by presenting guests with organic produce from chef Chris Naylor’s very own vegetable garden on the rooftop of this chic restaurant. Inspired by nature, Chef Chris Naylor is daring in his cooking approach as he does not shy away from combining intense flavors. The results, however, still retain the delicacy of the original ingredients. What is even more interesting, the menu here changes as seasons come and go. 

Sinne *

Chef Alexander Ioannou blends East and West elements so well by incorporating spice to familiar flavors. He knows that exotic flavors and acidity can give dishes a different level of kick. At Sinne, guests are spoiled by the sight of an open-view kitchen where chefs showcase their skills. Try red shrimp with yellow curry or lamb neck with gremolata if you are looking to make your belly happy.

The Duchess *

Inspired by the elegant Belle Époque period, the restaurant welcomes guests with its impeccable design: dark marble columns and stained-glass windows. The menu is also a treat that is hard to beat and influenced by Southern French and Italian cuisine. If you feel like eating something different from Salade Niçoise or Beef Wellington, the lobster and king crab will surely make you feast like a king.

The White Room by Jacob Jan Boerma *

Want an authentic experience of dining like a princess? The White Room is the place to go. As if the interior was not classic and luxurious enough, the gold decor will make you feel like a royal for one day. Another charm of this restaurant also lies in the dishes, which are made from exotic spices and home-grown Dutch ingredients.

Romantic highlights of the city

Wine and dine on the Amsterdam canals

You can opt for touring the canals and the city on a boat with pizza, ice cream, and complimentary drinks. But wine and dine sounds like a better option for two people sharing a romantic moment, doesn’t it? Amsterdam is not short of luxury dining experiences, but dining and enjoying a glass of prosecco from the water is far from shabby too.

Companies such as the Amsterdam Cruise Dinner provide a 4-course menu, with amuse bouche, wine, the main meals, as well as two-and-a-half hours of the most incredible views of Amsterdam.

Watch ballet performances by the Dutch National Ballet

The Bolshoi or the Mariinsky are not the only two institutions that serve you with breathtaking ballet performances. The Dutch National Ballet also offers you the best ballet performances with renowned principal dancers such as Constantine Allen and Maia Makhateli. From Swan Lake to Giselle, your night will be made fantastic and, above all, romantic. One tip: do dress up, preferably with a nice coat too.

Tour the city by bike

If you feel in an adventurous mood and longing for an adrenaline rush with independent high-class escort Lisa Blaine, cycling around Amsterdam might be the right choice. Renting a bike is relatively cheap. Beside the main entrance of Amsterdam Centraal (the central station) is a bike rental that will lend you bicycles for 5 euros. Explore the city by starting from the National Monument on the Dam Square and make your way to Rijksmuseum. And the adrenaline rush we mentioned earlier? Cycling in Amsterdam can be challenging (but fun) because people there cycle as their primary means of transportation, so make sure to pick up the pace and stay in the right lane.

Museums do not make you nerdy; they take care of your cultural development

If you and high-class escort Lisa Blaine are fed up with shopping and eating, museums can make great attractions. Amsterdam is filled with so many breathtaking museums. From the spacious Rijksmuseum to the popular Anne Frank House, let yourself be carried away to a specific period that previously only exists in your mind and imagination. Admire Rembrandt’s The Night Watch or visit the more modern and quirky ones such as Moco Museum if classic museums do not float your boat. 

Ambles and promenades at Vondelpark

Vondelpark to Amsterdam is what Central Park is to New York. Spanning 120 acres, the green space is filled with flowery lawns, playgrounds, and ponds. You can rent bicycles, but what does a sunny and breezy day mean without having a picnic at one of the most idyllic parks in the world? Bring your picnic basket and indulge yourself in chocolate, macarons, and a bottle of rosé.

Shop till you drop

The museum district (Museumplein) is a great shopping destination if you feel fancy and want to spend on designer brands and labels. The same street that hosts rows and rows of designer brands is P.C. Hooftstraat. There, you can shower yourself with the newest Chanel bags, the soft yet durable Bottega Veneta wallets, or the world-famous Salvatore Ferragamo shoes. If you are more into department stores, de Bijenkorf will definitely satisfy the shopaholic in you.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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